"Cafe Nonna pasta? Their food exhibits all the detail of a Lean Cuisine."
I concur wholeheartedly. I have yet to find decent pasta in this town, which is strange since it is so easy to cook at home, and that may be part of the problem. I moved hear last year after living in Brooklyn for eight years, and even there, with all the great Italian restaurants, there were far more places like Cafe Nonna than there were restaurants that actually attempted to reproduce what is readily available at any mom and pop eatery in Italy. Pasta just isn't glamorous enough to merit attention from professional chefs apparently.
Neighbors chicken wings and brisket sandwich are just fantastic. Just a warning that the the "melt your face" chicken wings can be tolerably piquant one day and nuclear the the next. Either the pepper they are using in the rub is variable or they are still experimenting with the recipe. Also, eat there for lunch if you want more options. By the time the evening bar crowd gets there, they may be out.
Under the rules, can't her parents carry her as a dependent on their insurance until she's 26? Or do they not have health insurance?
Good to see someone focusing on the long term and not offering pat solutions. Good luck to Renard. I look forward to learning more prior to voting.
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