I've often wondered about sanitation. I've seen her packing large dogs in the same vehicle with the food.
Sadly I reported the business "Royal" Bavarian Brezen to the health department after getting a royal case of food poisoning. The premises where the food is prepared are uninspected and unregulated.
Simply the best! We buy them daily!
Before there was The Colonel, there was Fried Chicken. Back East, it was often called Southern Fried Chicken, and was often offered on the menu as Chicken-In-A-Basket, on a bed of French Fries.
Yuch. I felt queasy just looking at the picture. Death on wheels.
😊Geat Big testy Donuts,ways bigger than other places!!! And and super friendly happy customer service,!!! Specialy they open 365 Day, u can get Donuts all days and B/K-lunce and Dinner home made fresh!😊 loves Happy Donuts a lots alots .......😘💙💜💚💙💜
They are $1.40 at Dons and $2.50 at Happy Donuts. RAGE.
Sense & Sensibility & Donuts is the revisionist lit work the world has been waiting for.
How about the Church's Chicken spot on Myrtle and West ...j$♣
Tried it for the first time last week, we had the shrimp bomb and it was amazing, now I need to try the others.
Where is this? I have never heard of this place but want to try that food!
His brisket is awesome. Better than anything I've ever had at any "steak house" and worth every penny. :)
Sheesh, you and your fanciness. Plates. Forks. Napkins. Tyranny!
Yummo! Wild Oaks is smokin' good! Thanks, Rob, for all your years of dedication to your craft.
Nice! Way to go, Rob. Wild Oaks Grill rocks!
I'm willing to go on record and say that pie is better than cake.
Suddenly everyone is a brewer. I hope that the journalist did not hype up the description because the EEL river porters will be disappointed when I have a NEW favorite.
Actually Cartledge......now that I have actually re"read the process. I am SOLD.
Grammar Nazi says, "Bon appetito." Remember, it's an Italian restaurant.
Veal, like Goose liver, will inevitably be banned for the cruelty it imposes on the animal.
If Cherry Blossom runs out (I generally like to buy local as a first choice) try the Safeway in Eureka. They now carry the plain, glazed version.
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Mar 26, 2015
vol XXVI issue 13
The Business Issue
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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