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What’s with all of these restaurants named after unpleasant California central valley cities?
What’s next, the Yuba City Gastropub?August 8, 2013 3:37 am at 3:37 am in reply to: Lobster Shack Pop-Up Restaurant at Double Happiness #547725
Maybe this is a dumb question, but is this going on this week and next week, or is it starting next Tuesday? Seems unclear to me.
Didn’t know you were a Whole Foods fan! ;)
The CEO of Whole Foods is a massive libertarian/Obamacare critic. Doesn’t surprise me at all.
This entire thread is why the terrorists hate us.
The stuff at Tensuke Market is ok, but it’s definitely not the gourmet ramen that you’d find in NY or LA.
Happy Mug & Brush customer. $15 for a men’s cut. I used to get my hair cut by Jim years ago, and liked it, and now I get it done by Sue, and I like it as well.
Billy Corgan: “Despite all my cake, I am still just a rat in a cage”
I’d like a Goose Island exemption on that.
This. I don’t necessarily have a problem with corporate beer as long as it is good. If the Anheuser-Busch plant down the street wanted to start making Matilda and Pepe Nero, I’d be all over that delicious, local beer.January 19, 2013 2:02 pm at 2:02 pm in reply to: Lucky's Farmers Market – New Grocery Store in Clintonville #530440
Apparently they moved in 1984. I assume this means there is plenty of space.
Interestingly, the site of the former Blockbuster that the Goodwill moved to, used to be an A&P grocery.
Awesome photo!January 18, 2013 6:03 pm at 6:03 pm in reply to: Lucky's Farmers Market – New Grocery Store in Clintonville #530430
And food trucks.
This is a conversation about a grocery store, Walker. Please try to stay on topic. Thanks. :)January 18, 2013 4:18 pm at 4:18 pm in reply to: Lucky's Farmers Market – New Grocery Store in Clintonville #530425
It recently reopened as an adequate Chinese restaurant.
Does anyone else realize that Lucky’s Grocery store will be in the same shopping center as Lucky Dragon restaurant?? We are through the looking-glass, people.
Someone can correct me if I’m wrong, but I think the major issue with much of Clintonville (and other communities) that’s dry is that you need an address (own the property or have a lease) and then you put it on the ballot for approval by the community. Most new businesses can’t sign a lease and then wait months to find out if they can get a liquor license. For The Wine Bistro, it’s a business owned by the developer so they have space and time. When the Old Bag moved into Westerville, they went a while without alcohol. This makes most of Clintonville unappealing to bars and restaurants.
That makes a ton of sense. It explains why most of the spots where you can find good beer are existing businesses that happened to add beer later on (Smith’s Deli, Northstar, etc).
The new Crest Tavern will brew their own beer?
They said in their initial announcement that that is the plan.
This is fantastic news. Fat Heads is spectacularly good beer.
The only way it would be better is if they were considering a location in Clintonville.
Can’t wait till Ohio’s version of Russian River Brewing Company makes it to Columbus.