Our next stop was Cosentino’s Market to get the bunk $50 dollar KOHL’s gift card replaced. We figured we would take care of that first before having lunch. Neither of us were starving after all.
I’m glad we decided to go to the market first because, as it turns out, you don’t have to pay for parking if you’re just going to the market. Normally, it’s like $2+ or something. I’m happy any time we can save money. LOL.
We originally planned on returning to McFadden’s Sports Saloon and having lunch there. However, after walking around Cosentino’s, we decided to just grab a bite to eat there. Mostly, I think we were both tired. We just wanted to eat lunch and head home.
Cosentino’s has the best looking pastries. Check these out.
They taste great too. The one thing that caught my attention, however, was the chocolate croissants. I hadn’t seen those since we left Couples in Jamaica. That’s where I tried chocolate croissants for the first time. They’re so delicious! I had them almost everyday while we were there.
I didn’t get any this time. I wish I had, though. I am craving one right now. I did get a slice of chocolate cake for Brian (his favorite there) and zebra cake for myself. I think they call mine zebra cake because it is made with both white and chocolate cakes.
Lunch was a pretty quick affair. Mostly, we were there to resolve the gift card situation, which incidentally turned into the most expensive gift card ever because we decided to also play poker besides just driving to Kansas City to get it replaced. Ugh. That was our choice, though.
It would’ve been nicer if we’d have won some money in the process. Oh, well. Sometimes things just don’t go your way.
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