Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Red in the city III.. Heritage hat- trick!



Red geraniums, red fire hydrant, red rattan chairs.. howzat! A veritable 'hat-trick' of red :) Actually the lights were red and there was a red scooter parked up ahead but I can't think of an equivalent exuberant exclamation for the number five! Looking fabulously français The Heritage Brasserie, Bar & Boardroom on St. Georges Terrace awaiting it's lunchtime patrons. After an excellent meal what would you be tempted by on the dessert menu sweets or cheeses.. or both? I'm a lot partial to a luscious creme brulee! Happy Wednesday, take care...


34 comments:

  1. The desserts would do me just fine! I like the patterns of those chairs.

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  2. Lovely! I simply cannot imagine eating outdoors in the middle of winter, though. And flowering geraniums too! It boggles my mind. :)

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  3. dat ziet er niet verkeerd uit.

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  4. I guess "five red herrings" wouldn't have worked. These shots are too nice.

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  5. Sweet! What a great couple of shots.

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  6. You know how to charm us red-lovers! :)

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  7. I'd be sitting facing the traffic, watching for incoming, creme boulee or no. Or maybe Aussies are better drivers than Yanks. :-)

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  8. It does look very francais, Grace. Creme brulee is something that I find hard to resist!

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  9. Chestnut for me. :-) I'll skip the cheese because oh well, you know why!

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  10. I'm with you, creme brulee every time.

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  11. Very French looking. Are you doing a colours series?

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  12. so many seats to choose from..... and so many good desserts....

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  13. The chairs reminded me a bit of Paris.

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  14. I like the Geraniums in the planters. Looks like a nice place.

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  15. A fire hydrant, you say? I thought it was a bit of street sculpture with an enormous mouth.

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  16. I love the neat lines of the tables and chairs. Good pickup on the red hat trick ~ a good eye!

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  17. Oh I'd be right there with you on the creme brûlée! What a great looking place. It does make you think of Paris.

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  18. Very French, though perhaps those neat lines of chairs are just a bit too regimented - a good meal and a bottle of wine should sort that out!

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  19. i'll share some of your creme brulee, yum!! love those little red checkered chairs!

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  20. What a delightful place!!! I want to go there and, yes, it reminds me of Paris, too!! Love your captures as always!!!

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  21. It really looks like Paris overthere, Paris in winter I mean.

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  22. Red and green, my fav colors, Grace :-) And cheese as dessert sounds great to me! With the red lights you could call it a 4-peat, that´s what our American Football team called their 4 times in a row being German bowl defender. I´m clueless to the scooter, though...

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  23. I do love all that red! Looks like a wonderful place. Methinks, however, that I would have a tough time watching my weight if I lived in your town! :)

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  24. Very Parisienne Grace. I am imagining tables filled with croissants, mugs filled with chocolat au lait and faces brimmed with smiles.

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  25. Yes, very francais ;-)
    Nobody sitting there?

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  26. No matter the color as long as it is red.

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