I'm from New York. What's your excuse?
Best NY-style pizza in Nashville! Now Joey's has moved to Elm Hill Pike (just off Fesslers Lane) and is only open for lunch on weekdays. Brentwood location is no longer there...
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Re: Rebecca Flowers; yeah, he IS pretty much a bad chef, and a megalomaniac, too.
He cannot see that his own failures are actually _his_ fault; he blames others.
It's nice that you stick up for him, but he's crazy.
*Bless his heart*
Just friggin' marvelous!
As one who has set lead type by hand (in junior high school in New York), this menu is adorable! You young twats _do_ realize someone had to print this menu each morning, one at a time, on a press, right?!
I had to google "promiscuous" because I was not so sure its usage here was kosher; but, live an' learn!
Good job Scene! (P.S., give us some italics, underlines and boldface options on here. Or else...)
Ha, "roast beef w/debris" - thought it was an auto-spell-correct error. Found it's a typically charming Cajun colloquialism.
Do the restaurant owners on Kitchen Nightmares just *never* watch the show before Gordon and crew come to film? I'm always amazed they don't at least hose out the walk-ins!
If you like KN, watch the British version on Youtube, it's sooo much more entertaining! And believable!
Can't contribute much else except to admit although I have always wanted to try Chappy's, their prices kept me away. $30 entrees don't fly in Nashville. Even with a Groupon, $15 for crawfish etoufee is too much!
Lastly, I am going to suppress the urge to comment about "Starr" and her plastic surgery, because I am nice that way.
BTW, Anyone else notice there seems to be a review war going on with Bro's and other Cajun places on Urbanspoon and other review sites?
OK, this review renewed my faith in Bites. I was beginning to wonder if Sean _really_ thought every restaurant he tried was actually good...
Just tried NYPie and it is phenomenal! Their sauce is even better than Joey's! It has that authentic je ne sais quoi, tastes like the sauce my Gram used to make after it simmered all day! Clean shop, fast service; the kids can marvel at the dough being tossed into submission while waiting. Real nice people, too.
This is worth seeing for any fan(atic) of "The Shining", but the film "Making The Shining" by Kubrik's daughter Vivian, is far as grounded in reality as this one is in fantasy. I'm frankly surprised the Belcourt is doing the backwards-movie-superimposed-over-the-Shining circus trick (not just a rumor, their promo email confirms it). That's the point at which this "Room 237" movie crossed into the lunatic fringe, in my opinion.
Room 237 is still worth seeing, though. Dr Hofmann* will be at the door, to be sure you fully appreciate the reverse-superimposed silliness... Paul is dead...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0203667/refere… <-- IMDB for Vivian's little foray into filmmaking. Highly recommended!
*saving you the Googling; Albert Hofmann, inventor of LSD
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