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Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by lefty, Nov 7, 2010.
The mestrogen level in the BiRite line is off the charts. Ice cream isn't that good, either.
We recently took some out of town-ers, 2 girls from Texas, to Bi*Rite (they had heard of it, it was a sunny Saturday, we begged & pleaded, but they insisted). We dropped them off because there's no way I'd suffer that line. After picking them up, did they comment on the ice cream?
Direct quote: "I've never seen so many ugly smashed breasts in my life."
Monkey Forest Road is one of the main drags in Ubud, Bali. Does the place serve balinese coffee?
I think there's an absurdist play in this: Six Foodies in Search of a Line.
Ah, that explains it. They specialize in wood furniture, mostly from teak. Pretty cool stuff.
Regarding the whole standing in line thing, its common and a sign of pride (of the standee) in Austin and I suspect that it is common in places like Brooklyn as well - so hipsters = long lines.
What's better? Mitchell's has gone down hill, and BR has better flavors than Humphrey Slocum (for my taste, anyway).
The Starbucks in my building often has a 10-15 minute line from 8:30 to 10 or so.
I like Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous more, but honestly I am more likely to stop at Swenson's because it is in my neighborhood. Lines on hot days only.
Ah. I've heard of M&MM but haven't tried it yet. Swenson's is just the sentimental favorite, like Friendly's back east. Not really that good, but tastes like it "should".
Mr & Mrs is part of the SF family, so that is a bonus. When I crave ice cream it is because it is hot and I am walking the dog, so Swenson's is perfect.
Do try Tommy's Joynt before you depart.
Scratch another off my list.
Does your boy get a junior cone?
Damn. I've not been in awhile, and have never seen a line there.
I saw the SF ballet last night. Their Romeo and Juliette was the 4th version I have seen in the past year and is better than I could have hoped. Didn't even have to wait in line. Tickets were expensive - similar or even more than in NYC.
Was it up to the superb standards of the Boston Ballet?
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