The next morning we woke up to some delicious breakfast burritos made by Chad (another great and fun person that came with us on the tour) and drove the rest of the trip down.
On our way to Dallas we stopped at the Czech Stop which consists of two parts, the lovely convenient store where you can buy authentic Czech products and a Little Czech Bakery.
At this cute, welcoming bakery you must try the ‘hot chubby’s’; a hot sausage with cheese in a bun…so delicious. As they say ”Whether serving the neighbors down the street or travelers off of I-35 we take great pride in providing every customer with complete satisfaction.”
After arriving at Jesse’s parents’ place, a beautiful industrial loft, we relaxed and got ready for the next show. The apartment complex was another place I totally loved. It originally was a flour mill warehouse, which got converted into residential lofts. It’s a spectacular old property, which offers a unique blend of contemporary living in an urban atmosphere.
Ill Pastel was playing in Deep Ellum at the Prophet Bar, another cool venue. This time around the bar was filled with family members since most of them live in and around Dallas. I loved meeting all of their families, which from an artistic point of view, helps to capture their true souls as musicians.