You walk into the Mexican themed pub, and take a seat at the bar. The smells from the kitchen waft over you. It smells like spice and other exotic smells. There are performers playing various types of music on the stage. There's a bar stocked with various types of Mexican beer. The chefs will make any meal... as long as it's a traditional Mexican meal.
Penelope was hungry and wanted food. Usually, she went straight to her usual spot but that had been ruined for her by certain events. Yes, that event happened weeks ago but she had the constant reminder every time she passed that restaurant, she can only imagine how it would be like if she went into the restaurant. Therefore, she was at this place. She had Mexican before, even been to the country itself, so she wasn't too bothered by it. Having parked Lola outside, she sauntered inside, looking for a seat, not realising how busy the place would be.
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Message Me - 04:58, June 13, 2018 (UTC)
She usually would've just come home after work and ate there. Although tonight she felt like going out to eat instead, maybe get a drink or two. So after she called Karsci about making it home late that night, she sat at one of the tables. She still was looking through the menu, unsure what to get.
The only free seat she could see was on a table taken. She was almost tempted to turn around and find a new place to go to but...people were already looking at her and she felt it to be too awkward to just turn around and leave. She hoped the other girl wouldn't mind. She slowly walked over, thinking maybe she could play off as if she knew the other person, she use to be an international actress so she could pull it off, but she'd feel bad. "I don't suppose," she began as she made it to the table, "I could take the seat, it's rather...busy."
She hummed in agreement before slipping into the chair. "Didn't expect it would be, who knew the British had such a large desire for Mexican." Though she grew up in London for more than half her life, she still liked to think she wasn't one of them. Still Macedonian.