Family Outing: Cheesboro Canyon Hike and Dinner at Ladyface Alehouse

As the sky darkened, our family headed out for a short hike at Cheesboro Canyon.  Although rain threatened and a chill had settled into this Sunday afternoon, we had been cooped up in the house all day and needed some fresh air and exercise.  An easy walk up to the summit of the first hill rewarded us with this view.

Our fair city is snuggled in the valley below.

On the way home from our hike, Agoura Hills Dad wanted to grab something at the Do-It Center, but once we got near we realized the time and knew it would be closed.  We’ve both been wanting to try Ladyface Ale Companie Alehouse and Brasserie, so I called ahead from the car to make sure they allow children, and we ended up there.  The beers made on the premises were a tasty post-hike treat, and the children’s menu is typical but pleasing.  Kyle loved the chicken tenders so much that I asked for the recipe, via Twitter, and received!  I’ll blog that home cooking adventure in a future post.

And look, everyone’s happy.  We will certainly return to both sites.

Gosh, I love it here.


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