Saturday, April 25, mark this day on your calendar. This is when Aunt Stelle’s Sno Cone opens for the season. I know its only February and still a bit chilly outside, but the little chubby kid in me was in the mood for a cherry snow cone. Aunt Stelle’s is seriously the one of the best. I knew they weren’t open, but I decided to swing by to know how long I would need to wait.
This Saturday, after the Sour Grapes art show at the HCG, there will be an after party at The Quinn. DJs Select and Sober from The Party will definitely be holding it down. I’ve been following these guys for some time. They always know how to get the crowd moving. I’m really excited to see them spin in The Cliff. Three bucks gets you in, and you will not break the bank on drinks. Come ready to dance and share sweat with the person next to you. Don’t miss this!
I was going to make some dinner and I needed to pick up some tortillas, so I swung by the Supermercado Mexico, a little grocery store located at the corner of Twelfth St. and Rosemont. Now, these tortillas are the closest to grandma’s homemade tortillas you are going to find anywhere. They make them fresh there daily. You can usually go in at anytime and pick up a bag of hot tortillas for just 2 dollars. I don’t know how many come in a bag, but trust me, it’s more than enough.