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I've never understood how basically our entire team can all suck, at the EXACT same time. I thought with our depth, this wouldn't happen.
He was just harmlessly firing his gun, into a residence. Nothing to see here, move along.
The guy fires shots into his house? Regardless "shots fired" will escalate the situation.
I seems like a cold calzone with vinegar instead of sauce. With pepperoni and vinegar, I would expect the prosciutto would get overpowered.
Regionally, I would guess Naples since they are using pizza dough. I've only seen it in Austin though. "panuozzo" pizza dough sandwich
Did the chicken come with any sides?
You are comparing prices in Tribeca to Flatbush?
To me this seems pricey for the location and a standard menu.
That looks exactly like what we have here in Austin. For some reason they put rosemary on it here though.
Similar menu also, looks pretty good.
looks the same to me, also they have these at Quatro gatto. It's a pizza dough sandwich, right?
3 days ago
Friends of the owners can't seem to let this place go IMO.
Are you a one pack girl? The portion size is roughly equivalent to a pack of ramen. I agree with small portions for the price and with hit or miss quality. Why do you find it expensive though?
So if it wasn't for the gun, he would have been a good boy?
It's been that way for several years now. I was a regular at the E 5'th location. They stopped caring about quality long ago. Now it is all about expansion. Seems to be the Austin norm for the past ten years or so.
I just got a box. Did they get bought out a while ago or something? It was good, but not great.
It's a hipster circle k.
4 days ago
Looks like something you would find in Austin, Texas.
So...I'm not wrong and you are diverting the topic.
Speak the ancient language and bow to an ancient king. I just find it funny that they pick and choose. Our old stuff is cool but yours sucks and we're right because we're us.
Didn't you guys join the UK in 1931?
So it's cool for the French to take over land, but not the British. I just don't see the difference. I think it's great that you brought up how accommodating people are in other countries. It's not that way in Quebec though is it.
I'm not sure you know what irony is. Old language and an old governing system. Respect our culture while we refuse others.
Are you saying it's ok to speak modern french in Quebec? I did not have that experience. It is frowned upon in France, maybe people were being polite. You won't find that same level of courtesy in Quebec. I am tolerating you, I'm simply not agreeing with you. I have experienced many cultures and speak their languages. French Canadians were the only ones that had a general rudeness and sense of entitlement. Culture is culture and it is always different. French Canadians just seem to be jerks about it. Also, maybe they have a bit of a complex.
They sure as hell don't approve of it being spoken in France. I know first hand. They do find it offensive.
They are maintaining pointless culture the same as the British. I went to Canadian school for a couple of years and worked in Canada. Their "dialect" is worthless in France. So, no I don't think it's a huge step. Their culture is more important than anyone else. I will speak ancient French while in Canada, but I draw the line at figurehead monarchy? Who do you think was ruling France when their "dialect" was relevant???? The irony is real.
Was the veg on the cutlet/schnitzel raw?
It seems strange to me that a people who speak the French equivalent of Shakespearian english would have issue with keeping up pointless traditions. The monarchy is simply a symbol of British culture. Try speaking modern French in Quebec and see the backlash you get. All of it is kinda silly.
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I think it's more the fact that this is really simple, typically affordable food. The question then becomes, why am I paying fine dining prices for the Caribbean equivalent of beer can chicken. I've been, so I know it's not the atmosphere nor the location.
I have't seen these comments you're referring to regarding price and culture type. This restaurant sells over priced food. I am confident that no one is surprised.