When I attended the bloguettes seminar almost a month ago, I ate the most delicious mini oat scones, and I had to know where they came from! Seriously you guys, they were life changing. I didn’t even like scones before these babies. I found out they came from Chestnut, a restaurant on Camelback and 44th street. Lucky for me, this little restaurant is only 15 minutes from where I live!
I swear I felt like I had a Tiffany’s box in my hand! At the seminar there were a bunch of mini scones… at Chestnut I got the GIANT scones, and let me tell you… it was so worth it.Clearly there’s more to Chestnut than just scones – they have a variety of breakfast and lunch options on their menu. My only sadness with Chestnut is they’re only open until 2 p.m. during the summer! If you’ve seen my flower’s foundation post (I think it was my second post on Dash of Daisy), you’ve seen my super cute yellow beach cruiser bike. I found that bike this past summer about to be thrown out by a neighbor! I swiped it and had it repainted… Anyways the color matches the yellow in Chestnut (p.s. I totally love how Chestnut shares the same colors as this blog), so I really want to ride my bike to this place! But it’d be a pretty long ride… so we’ll have to wait for cooler weather to do that!The answer is no.. I haven’t tried these cookies. But YES I’m going to of course. Next time! Gah aren’t these so cute?! I’m such a sucker for sunflowers.Yeah, I’m pretty sure you can order Chestnut to go… so that’s pretty spectacular.
Oh by the way — for the locals who know of Flower Child — that restaurant is right across from Chestnut! So I’m definitely going to be checking that out soon, and I’ll be sure to post about it!