when Lombardis opened on Jim Isle, I was ecstatic; a red sauce Italian restaurant right on the island. I so desperately wanted to like it, I went three times. Sorry, even with the friendly owner checking each and every table at least twice during their service, the food just didn't cut it.
La Tabella is a different kettle of fish, (they really don't servce a kettle of fish). On my first visit, I tried the spaghetti with marinari sauce, figuring if they coudn't make red sauce, it will spare me another trip. If a place can't handle the basics, the rest of the menu would follow suit. Happily, they nailed it.
La Tabella offers a large menu that should have something for everyone.
I'll be going back soon.
The Idle Hour Cafe on Montague in old N. Chs has a the old drug store counter style burger - flat patty, iceberg, tomato, on a flattened bun with just the right dollup of mayo.
And in Columbia - nowhere serves a better cheeseburger than Maurice Bessenger!
i was standing right next to you. i'm 6'2" and i could not see the stage. of course, there was as much to look at in the audience as on the stage.
what time does the music start?
the paragraph containing the words, "I was vcationing in the Soviet Union", are more interesting than the re-hash of lizard man.
you choice of leisure spots explains a lot.
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