I've been there for breakfast just about monthly since they opened, and I love, love, love their bagel sandwiches and breakfast burritos. The portions are large, and they don't skimp on the more expensive parts of the recipe (lox, et cetera).
My only knock on them is that the ordering/service flow isn't logical and sometimes that means a while before your order is taken. But it is never really a "problem."
Overall: big fan.
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Property owners and developers seem to be pretty upset about this. You know, the people that don't have to commute over an hour each way downtown and spend 10-20% of their wages on parking alone? "Kick the can down the road a while and see what happens then," they seem to be saying. What open disdain for the working-class (read: not bums, miscreants, or any other humans-as-blight boogeymen that strike such fear into the wealthy) that power this service-industry city!
Okay so the cover-heroine is white and blonde, and that's an honest hit. However: "highly sexualized, with proportions that could confound even the doll makers at Mattel" leaves me confused. No pinched-hourglass figure, no over-rounded bottom, no video-game breasts... she's even wearing full-length sleeves and pants, and the pants aren't just colored legs! And as CityDweller pointed out: Trump looks like that image in his wildest fever dreams alone, which based on a variety of data points is his general mindset.
The cape, however? Has no one ever heard of Edna Mode?
Kudos to these women for turning away from slacktivism toward action. Strike while the iron is hot!
I take and eat the hell out of my leftover food. I do accept that I'm not normal in that regard.
A legit request: which black-owned Gullah restaurants on the Peninsula provide the alternative suggested? I've only ever been to Gullah Cuisine in MtP and that closed.
If the food scene here seems merely "good," might I suggest Mr. Cohen take a trip to just about any other small-to-medium-sized city in this country and report back? I travel to enough of them to know that the fact that we still have non-chain restaurants in spades puts us in the 1% category.
So... many... chains.
I've also recorded with Todd Brown back in the mid-00s and love the recordings to this day. He's good people... his whole family were terrific to us.
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