Amazing restaurant! I highly recommend.
It is so nice to see a local home town guy make a name for himself. Congrats!
Really good to see African food stores owned by Africans like Shikenan African Shop http://bit.ly/16kw6fD
I don't live/work near the Strip, but I have definitely seen her there on the weekdays I've had meetings in the area, and Saturdays/Sundays seem to be a staple. I think the sandwiches are $6 (cash only) and the tofu ones are just as good as the grilled meat ones. <3 If you want updates, follow Bar Marco on Facebook, as they often tell you when she's around since she's set up right outside.
Saigon subs spreading around the world :)
When is she typically there?
Her sandwiches are sooo tasty! Very glad she has returned - I look forward to many banh mi's this summer!
Great idea! Next time I make tacos, I'll test out these recommendations!
I add a little bit of black beans, some corn, chili powder and cilantro (for color, mostly, if you don't have green onions).
This is by far the best coffee shop ever! It's in my neighborhood! The atmosphere is great! The owners are wonderful! And the food and drinks are awesome! I would take this coffee shop over Star Bucks any day, and that says a lot since I used to be a Star Bucks snob! Java House simply ROCKS! :)
pretentious meat shanks in a backdrop of weed patches and section 8 housing..all at an inflated price point???....splendid. when my beard reaches the requisite length i will fire up my vintage tandem bicycle and put "Cure on my agenda"..as long as my mandolin didgeridoo fusion band doesn’t have practice
I want this knowledge!
Not really helpful to tell us about a festival 2 days after it closed.
Great news, we don't have nearly enough abortions or unwanted dumpster babies. Any company that wants to prevent their employees from making a choice is just perfect. Or are they just really trying to get out of paying for anything?
Good for them. Why should a food company pay for anyone's birthcontrol?
I lunch here often. Today was the worst service. I ordered tea. I didnt get a spoon for a good 7min after i asked
I didnt have any eating utensils once my food arrived (i ordered L9-chx tryki/general tso w lo mein noodles). My general tso chx was very dry. I had several servers-didnt appear familiar w menu or have an idea who was taking care of my table. After the meal, i didnt even get a fortune cookie.
I also have dreamed of returning to a Ramen bar after many trips to the Yokuska Naval base in the early '70's. Walking in to the diner-like joint and pointing to the stainless bowls of ingredients like the usual Chicken, shrimp and such plus the more adventurous squid, urchin and roes, all topped by sprouts and toasted sesame seeds was a revalation. This goes so much deeper than mere soup.
One of the best memories of my entire life is closing time at a favorite local joint in an alley with the wonderous buzz you could only get from the proper mixture of Akadama Plum wine, Absinthe, Thai and Opium after a superb TomPopo (look it up, not the movie). Walking out under a full moon and hopping on a cart that was pulled down the alley by a slow donkey driven by an old and miserable Japanese gentleman. In the back over a brazier was a large pot of boiling water tended by his long suffering wife, surrounded by the magic ingredients. There were four stools on each side of the cart and two on the back.
You had to cling to the wall it was so narrow to let the ancient food truck by and jump on if you found an open seat. Then you would point to whatever you drunken desires commanded, flirt with the toothless old woman to make sure she snuck more into the bowl than he old man approved, and lsten to the music of the donkey hooves and the sizzling of the water that occasionally slopped onto the coals. And then you were served. Nirvana.
And just as you finished, you pulled up to the front gate of the Naval Base, and climed back aboard 100,000 tons of steel and death. But the Donkey and Ramen told you that this was only temporary, and life was still good Out There.
Can't wait to get back to the 'burgh this summer to try this place. It could never match my memories, but I bet it will put a smile on my old face.
Good for Eden foods.
How many what?
Good for them. Sick of companies selling out their beliefs for the almighty dollar. Regardless of what that belief may be. I will go out of my way to buy Eden products.
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