[via Rhea's on Twitter]
Do you at least eat there for free?
what kind of stuff around the neighborhood do you like, paul? and by stuff, i mean bars, food from specific places, local shops with neat clothes made by locals. think about some of those things.
now, have we EVER posted about any of those things? chances are we have. because we liked them too.
which is why we post about things. because we like them. because they are good.
It was an honest question. Also – when certain spaces are heavily promoted it tends to look like advertising whether or not it actually is. If it is advertising, we should know that up front. I’ve always enjoyed this blog more for the happenings than for the buying stuff and lately it’s had a better balance than it did like 6 months ago, but I think it’s still ok to ask for transparency.
i guess we just tend to have our favorite spots, such as namu, dear mom, and rhea’s, so we just happen to know what’s going on at these places more often than not.
” whether or not it actually is”
Classic troll bullshit, “paul” or whatever your real name is.
bullshit like yours usually means you’re just a punk troll trolling for some other blog….” whether or not it actually is”
Seriously, shut the f*ck up.
artemis, check this out…
Snake, check this out…
I like this alternate blog war angle. Which blog should I support and then troll on behalf of? I am thinking MissionMission.
Wouldn’t bologna be a closer analogue to a hot dog than ham?
You are correct.. as they are the same product but different sizes.
It should include raccoon feet, pigeon legs, rat tails, and pieces of old shoe.
$8.50 is too much for a sandwich.
Not compaired to a $15 burger.
This sandwich looks fucking delicious. Yum.
If Rhea’s created it, its likely delicious.
Anyone know when their Bryant spot should open?
If it comes served in a douchebag, it would be complete!
Ah yes–the organic roll is what cancels out the unhealthy ham, bacon and cheese combo.
Rhea’s is over-hyped. Most sandwiches are. The Vegetarian Bbq Chicken Sandwich was so mediocre. You can make a decent sandwich yourself for a fraction of the price. And you’ll soon have to, once you start paying over 60% of your income for rent.
Yes, but then you’d have to not only make it, but keep all the ingredients on hand for any possible sandwich combination that might strike your fancy.
There is a reason that restaurants exist.
You’re right; I might have trouble buying and organizing my ingredients in a cupboard and refrigerator, so with the money I’ll save, I’ll hire a professional organizer, because I’m so helpless when it comes to basic activities of daily living.
How nice for you! On the bright side, you’ll be at home making your own stuff, so you’re one less person clogging up the restaurants. Everybody wins!
I like pickles on my sandwiches
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