Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Eatery



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Newark, Ohio

Nina Simone - I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl

7 comments:

Karswell said...

With a sign like that you just know this place has the ultimate biscuits and gravy!

Damn, I gotta quit checking AEAE before I eat breakfast...

SkipFish said...

Since it has been 15 (or more) years and all this nostalgia is around…I extend an offer for a cup of coffee (or sandwich as the case may be) to you. At the “eatery” of your choosing that is. Would be nice to catch up after so many years. (Not to make you feel old and if you like that is.) Send me a quick email though my blog site with any thoughts. I promise not ta bug ya…

As for the snap…clearly makes me think truck stop or vintage 60’s cafeteria. Amazing how many signs and bits of artwork that I have been overlooking for years. You do have a gift for finding them though and framing them in a unique way.

SkipFish said...

By the way…It is Todd…haha.

Dane said...

Steve, I think you and I might be the two most food-focused people on the planet. I like that about you.

Oh, I figured it was you, Todd ... who else could get that many posts out of Rush? :) I'll think about it and get back to you.

Karswell said...

Shoot. I thought Todd was asking ME out on date.

SkipFish said...

While I am certain you are a gem of a man…I am sorry. Simply trying to speak to a friend from the past. Nothing more. Sorry for the confusion…ha, ha. (sorry...spelling issues in my previous entry)

Karswell said...

I've been called many things in my time, but a "gem" certainly is not one of them. Thank you!

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