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Eating Alone is Good for the Soul

All by myself :)

Want to know a little secret about me?

I’m one of those people that have zero qualms about eating alone.

How about a delicious Ceasar to start?
How about a delicious Ceasar to start?

Like, I can actually say I love it.

Table for one please
Table for one please

I don’t feel self-conscious.
I don’t feel embarrassed.
I never feel bored.

Honestly, I could've had another dozen ;)
Honestly, I could’ve had another dozen 😉

Being in the public relations industry, I’m usually surrounded by people, so when the opportunity arises and I can leisurely enjoy a delicious meal in complete silence without having to make sure somebody else is okay, or entertained, or happy…well, you can just imagine how that makes my spirit sparkle.

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t always prefer eating alone. And I certainly don’t go out of my way to do it. But on the rare occasion that the opportunity presents itself, I will definitely make the most out of it.

And if you haven’t tried it yet, I really recommend you do. And no, that quick meal when you only have 10 minutes to spare before a meeting doesn’t count. It’s got to be a nice place, with a fantastic menu, where you can relish every bite…along with the moment.

This spicy Thai seafood stew was highly recommended by the Maitre d' and I'm glad I took her advice.
This spicy Thai seafood stew was highly recommended by the Maitre d’ and I’m glad I took her advice.

Because you deserve it.

Love,

Celine

P. S Attention residents of BC: Steveston Seafood House is having the most amazing oyster fest. Only 99 cents per oyster (Royal Miyagi, Kumamoto, Effingham, Kushi and more!). Available in the evenings only. Check out www.stevestonseafoodhouse.com

For inquiries or reservations: 604.271.5252

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