The Slow and Savory Review
Every year as the craziness of the holidays comes to a close, the world seems to loose its sparkle and magic as it descends into cold, dark winter. The snow no longer seems mystical, the lights of buildings faded, and the people on the streets seems to become more sullen and isolated. For Brandy, this has always been her least favorite time of year; a time when the populace seem to forget the good will they had cultivated over the previous month and the baubles all over the city that once glittered seem dull and pointless.
The service at Wood could not have been more friendly ("Flirty even," Mama Bee giggled) and the prices were more than fair ("$5 for brunch cocktails? That's practically unheard of!" Brandy raved). So with their hearts a little lighter and their bellies a little fuller, Brandy and Mama Bee set out to transfer a bit of their good mood onto the gloomy winter streets of Chicago.
The Short and Sweet Review