Food while on tour......

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edited November 2013 in The Porch
For people traveling to see Pearl Jam later this year, maybe some locals to each city can add their favorite places to get good food. While plenty of people are living on peanut butter sandwiches and water until show time, Im sure come fall, they would like to check out some places to grub while in a new city.
If you have recommendations, add them here! :thumbup:

p.s- i'm sure there will be some friendly arguments about which places are better than others but, its all in fun! :D

Here is a link to another thread with Things to do in each city-
viewtopic.php?f=4&t=215041

SAN FRANCISCO area-

http://ilikeikesplace.com/ (sandwiches)
AMAZING sandwiches that are NOTHING like subway or Quiznos! :lol:

http://www.doggy-stylehotdogs.com
Crazy looking hot dogs with asian twists


LOS ANGELES-

http://www.originaltommys.com/menu/ (burgers)
This one is my fave. Everyone goes to L.A talking about In n Out which i think is over rated! For something different, try Tommys double chili burger and chili cheese fries! The Beverly/Rampart location is the original and the best one!

GLUTEN FREE:
this place is a 3 minute walk from the venue in L.A
http://freebirds.com/food/menu/burritos/



Suzi78
Some of my favorite LA spots, some of them meat heavy but most have great veggie options.

Downtown area

Mendocino Farms: (super yummy sandwiches, salads, soups sides, organic, lots of vegetarian options as well as beer and wine) several locations downtown, valley and westside http://mendocinofarms.com/uploads/2012/ ... bMenu1.pdf

Umamicatessen: the best burgers and porky stuff! Get the Manly burger or the Truffle burger. http://www.umami.com/umamicatessen/

Baco Mercat: (lots of veggie options!) simply the best mediterranean food...http://bacomercat.com/about.html

Sugarfish: Delicious sushi! http://sugarfishsushi.com/

Westside

Huckleberry: the most delicious pastries and baked goods! , best breakfast on the westside, (typical Santa Monica Farmer's Market food,lots of organic veggie options) http://www.huckleberrycafe.com/

Bay Cities Deli: Italian deli and sandwiches http://www.baycitiesitaliandeli.com/

Tsujita: the best Japanese noodles in town! Very porky. http://tsujita-la.com/

Gjelina: typical California food, lots of veggies options,organic stuff, charcuterie, pizzas, and a braised rabbit that's to die for! http://www.gjelina.com/

Umami, Stout, and Rustic Canyon have the best burgers and beer:
http://www.umami.com/umami-burger/
http://www.stoutburgersandbeers.com/
http://www.rusticcanyonwinebar.com/

Veddernarian suggests:

Los Angeles area:

Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles (Various locations)
Tommy's Original Hamburgers (Various locations, Beverly x Rampart is 1st location)
In n Out Burger (various locations)
Chicken Dinner (Near entrance to Knotts Berry Farm)
The Oinkster (Eagle Rock, north of LA)
La Serenata de Garibaldi, great Mexican, on 1st street just west of State Street
Mexico City (mexican) on Hillhurst south of Los Feliz
Taylor's steakhouse, (La Canada, Ca)
Tito's Taco's, (West LA)
Chinese Friend's Restraunt (Chinatown, Broadway x Bernard)
Captain Cook Seafood (Redondo Beach near Redondo Pier)
Bear Pit BBQ (Mission Hills)

Orange County (CA):
Mullarkey's, great Irish bar, amazing breakfast and lunch (Newport Beach)
Crab Cooker (Newport Beach)
Sabatino's Lido Sausage Co. (Newport Beach) <- Maybe the best in this post, possibly this thread

San Diego:
Puerto la Boca (Argentinian Steakhouse) Amazingly good! (Corner of Hawthorn and India)
Point Loma Seafoods (Near Scott x Garrison)
The Red Sail (seafood) near Shelter Island Dr and Scott St.







SAN DIEGO-

http://lospanchitos.com/ (mexican)
There are LOTS of places to get GREAT mexican food in both SD and L.A but........this place is close to the hotels near the harbor where a few people are staying. Close to the Grand Hyatt hotel too! Always tasty food and nicely portioned!


More to come......

Here are some suggestions by others....

NEW YORK
dankind » 06 Aug 2013 08:23
Brooklyn

All the pizza places you already know about (Juliana's, Grimaldi's, Di Fara, Lucali, Spumoni Gardens, etc.) plus:

Henry Public: for the turkey leg sandwich -- it's one of the best damn sandwiches I've ever had.
Buttermilk Channel: for Doug's pecan pie sundae -- also, their duck meatloaf is insane.
Bar Tabac: a great neighborhood bistro with great bistro staples (steak frites, duck confit, coq au vin, moules frites, etc.).
Brucie: menu changes every day depending on what's fresh at the market, making for a very special and memorable meal.
Char No. 4, good fatty food and all the bourbon a person could dream of -- the pancakes for brunch are dynamite.
two8two burger, their sauce is the closest thing you'll get to In-N-Out, and their burgers are sized so that you don't feel like taking a nap after eating one.
Red Rose, a classic red-sauce joint.
The Good Fork, one of the best meals I've ever had was here -- worth the trip on the B61, and Red Hook could use your business.
Defonte's, also worth the trip on the B61 -- if you need a boozemop on Saturday, the potato & egg will right the ship (closed Sunday).
Le Gamin, another good neighborhood bistro that's a little closer to Barclays.

CROJAM96 suggests:
http://www.zumstammtisch.com/index2.html

Glendale Queens

Awesome German food and Beer




SEATTLE/SPOKANE

Pjtradeking suggestions-
Dicks Hamburgers...Best FAST food in town...and institution since the 50's...Cheap and good $

The Onion...Kind of like a bar and grill with a way more extensive menu and really good food. $$

Dominis...Deli sandwiches...Been around forever as well...AWESOME food and made to order... $ 1/2

Fast Eddies....More of a pub, but with REALLY good food and a fairly decent menu...$$

Red Lion BBQ...and Chicken and Mo...bbq at its finest...I am a biiger fan of the CaM...$$

Ye Old Spaghetti Station...Speaks for itself...$$

The Steam Plant....Not sure how to catagorize this one...Decent food...a little pricy...Great drinks from what I am told...$$$

Raw....Sushi....YUK! $$

Spencers for Steaks and Chops...Higher end. If you are looking for a really good steak and have some extra dough, then check them out. (at the Double Tree Hotel) $$$$

Wild Sage and Sante'...These two are for the "foodies" in the group...a little more of an eclectic menu with thing with a bit more imagination...$$$

Franks Diner....Look for the Rail Road car off the Maple Street freeway exit...Some of the best breakfast in town. $

O'Dhoertys....Old style fish and chips and food with an Irish flavor....$$

Rocky Rocco's....David's and Beneditos...Pizza....The latter 2 of the 3 I would favor. $$

RKCNDY suggestions-
http://www.mccormickandschmicks.com/ (I see they went National, they used to be a 'local chain'-haven't been there for a while, so hopefully the menu is still good)

http://www.anthonys.com/restaurants/det ... ys-pier-66

http://thecrabpotseattle.com/ <
this is the place where they put butcher paper on the table and dump out the food on the paper for you to stuff your face

http://www.ivars.com/ <
again, go to the Salmon House if you want a nice sit-down, otherwise there is a walk-up cafe on the waterfront, and watch your food! They have seating on the pier, and the seagulls are ravenous little thieves.

http://saltys.com/ <----they have an AMAZING brunch for those staying thru Sunday.

http://www.salumicuredmeats.com/ourstorefront.htm <
awesome sammies and cured meats



SouthofSeattle
southofseattle suggests:

Paseo - Cuban style sandwiches
Quinn's - Lots of beer and the best burger in town
Italian Family Pizza
Radiator Whiskey

PJ_Soul suggests-
In Seattle, 215 James St (between 2nd Ave & 3rd Ave); Pioneer Square area:

Chuck's Hole In the Wall BBQ.







PORTLAND:

Apizza Scholls - Better than any NYC or Chicago pizza I've ever had. Get there early because when they run out of dough, they're done.
Screen Door
Lardo
Pok Pok

I'll second S of S's Screen Door and Pok Pok recommendation. Both reasonably priced establishments. Prepare to wait though.

Other affordable eats I enjoy:

Killer Burger -46th & NE Sandy
Por-Que No Tacos on Mississippi Ave & E. Burnside
Fire on The Mountain Hot Wings - NE Fremont, N Interstate and E Burnside I think
Ate-Oh-Ate - Hawaiian Food
Little Big Burger - N Mississippi, NW 23rd maybe another location or two

Gluten free:
http://glutenfreepdx.com/


PHILLY

My2hands suggests:
Reading Terminal Market: if traveling to philly... and if you like food... the reading terminal market is one of the great foodie spots in the country and is definitely a must stop if you have the time... the weekends it gets insane packed but since these shows are on weekdays this is a great opportunity for you to check it out... they have everything you could imagaine, plus more...

frankly any roast pork sandwich in the city is the better chpice then the iconic cheesesteak in my opinion, and dinics at the market is right on top of the list...

http://www.readingterminalmarket.org/

and if you like something a little less crowded, a little smaller, with great food and a great beer selection, check out this little gem in south philly, Hawthornes... i have only been there a few times but i can definitely vouch for this joint

http://hawthornecafe.com/


youareyours suggests-
Great cheap eats in Philly:

Federal Donuts (Center City and South PhillY) - http://www.federaldonuts.com/main/
- donuts, chicken, and more

DiNic's (Reading Terminal Market) - http://tommydinics.com/
- won Travel Channel's best sandwich in America for it's Roast Pork hoagie


Pureandeasy suggests-

good sandwiches, and great steak fries!!!

and reasonable as well.
http://www.rosetattoocafe.com/menu/lunch.html


WORCESTER

BinFrog suggests-
http://armsbyabbey.com/


HARTFORD and surrounding areas
LloydXmas suggests:

The Corner Pug - West Hartford (Great Irish Pub)
The Beachland Tavern - West Hartford
The Half Door - Hartford (Irish Pub)
Salute
Trumbull Kitchen
City Steam
Vaughn's Publik House
Franklin Giant Grinder
O'Roarks - Middletown
Sliders - Berlin, Plainville
J. Timothy's - Plainville
Pepe's - Manchester, New Haven


NEW ORLEANS

Joannawilson suggestions-


Parkway Bakery & Tavern - delicious poboys, reasonably priced, very close to Voodoo Fest
parkwaypoorboys.com

Ruby Slipper Cafe - offbeat, delicious breakfast & brunch, on the streetcar line, about two miles from Voodoo Fest
therubyslippercafe.net

Theos - PIZZA OMG DELICIOUS PIZZA, on streetcar line, also about two miles from Voodoo
theospizza.com

Toups Meatery - delicious contemporary Cajun, a little pricey but so worth it, on streetcar line, about one mile from Voodoo
toupsmeatery.com

VANCOUVER

PJ_Soul » 06 Aug 2013 11:27
In Vancouver:

Tacofino (Very casual and incredibly delicious!! Good service too... might have to line up - the place is tiny with shared tables; well worth it!) - http://tacofinocommissary.com/

Yaletown Brewing Company (casual with a restaurant side and a bar side - more for beer lovers than food, but the food, particularly the pizza, is good too) - http://www.drinkfreshbeer.com/yaletown.html

Blue Water Cafe (for very good seafood including raw - fairly pricey) - http://bluewatercafe.net/

Cin Cin (modern italian... fancy pants five star) - http://cincin.net/

Vij's (outrageously good high-end Indian cuisine. Vikram Vij is a major player in the culinary world, and his restaurant justifies it. Expensive and totally worth it) - http://www.vijs.ca/
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  • mca47mca47 Posts: 12,633
    Phoenix:
    mca47's place. Awesome grub! It'll only cost you beer. :D
  • SENROCKSENROCK Posts: 10,736
    mca47 wrote:
    Phoenix:
    mca47's place. Awesome grub! It'll only cost you beer. :D


    what will you serve?!!! :D
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  • mca47mca47 Posts: 12,633
    SENROCK wrote:
    mca47 wrote:
    Phoenix:
    mca47's place. Awesome grub! It'll only cost you beer. :D


    what will you serve?!!! :D
    I have a full menu but it'll likely be the nightly special. Good stuff!
  • Bathgate66Bathgate66 Posts: 15,813
    I have no money left
    im packing PB & J sandwiches for the roadtrips.
    :)
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    Bathgate66 wrote:
    I have no money left
    im packing PB & J sandwiches for the roadtrips.
    :)

    :lol:
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    Roscoes chicken n waffles in LA 8-)


    I'm looking forward to seafood in Seattle, hopefully someone will have good suggestions
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  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,277
    Any one know any good vegetarian places in LA? "Normal" places with veggie options are cool too. I find that if I ask for vegetarian options I usually get some list of anarchist pubs that only serve grass fed grass and beer made from pine nuts. Haha. Just some good local spots that have a few choices would be most appreciated for LA!

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  • SENROCKSENROCK Posts: 10,736
    vant0037 wrote:
    Any one know any good vegetarian places in LA? "Normal" places with veggie options are cool too. I find that if I ask for vegetarian options I usually get some list of anarchist pubs that only serve grass fed grass and beer made from pine nuts. Haha. Just some good local spots that have a few choices would be most appreciated for LA!

    Thanks! Great thread idea!


    we need JOEJOEJOE to come in and give his expertise. We used to always discuss food around here! :D He's got some good recommendations! There are plenty of vegetarian eats in L.A, I just need to think a moment :)
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  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,277
    SENROCK wrote:
    vant0037 wrote:
    Any one know any good vegetarian places in LA? "Normal" places with veggie options are cool too. I find that if I ask for vegetarian options I usually get some list of anarchist pubs that only serve grass fed grass and beer made from pine nuts. Haha. Just some good local spots that have a few choices would be most appreciated for LA!

    Thanks! Great thread idea!


    we need JOEJOEJOE to come in and give his expertise. We used to always discuss food around here! :D He's got some good recommendations! There are plenty of vegetarian eats in L.A, I just need to think a moment :)

    I heard things about that guy...
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  • pjtradekingpjtradeking Posts: 4,045
    SPOKANE:

    I will limit it to the downtown area around the venue for the most part...from $ -$$$

    Dicks Hamburgers...Best FAST food in town...and institution since the 50's...Cheap and good $

    The Onion...Kind of like a bar and grill with a way more extensive menu and really good food. $$

    Dominis...Deli sandwiches...Been around forever as well...AWESOME food and made to order... $ 1/2

    Fast Eddies....More of a pub, but with REALLY good food and a fairly decent menu...$$

    Red Lion BBQ...and Chicken and Mo...bbq at its finest...I am a biiger fan of the CaM...$$

    Ye Old Spaghetti Station...Speaks for itself...$$

    The Steam Plant....Not sure how to catagorize this one...Decent food...a little pricy...Great drinks from what I am told...$$$

    Raw....Sushi....YUK! ;-) $$

    Spencers for Steaks and Chops...Higher end. If you are looking for a really good steak and have some extra dough, then check them out. (at the Double Tree Hotel) $$$$

    Wild Sage and Sante'...These two are for the "foodies" in the group...a little more of an eclectic menu with thing with a bit more imagination...$$$

    Franks Diner....Look for the Rail Road car off the Maple Street freeway exit...Some of the best breakfast in town. $

    O'Dhoertys....Old style fish and chips and food with an Irish flavor....$$

    Rocky Rocco's....David's and Beneditos...Pizza....The latter 2 of the 3 I would favor. $$

    Those are just a few off the top of my head in the area...There are also some of the usual suspect chain restaurants as well.

    Enjoy!!! :-)
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  • SENROCKSENROCK Posts: 10,736
    SPOKANE:

    I will limit it to the downtown area around the venue for the most part...from $ -$$$

    Dicks Hamburgers...Best FAST food in town...and institution since the 50's...Cheap and good $

    The Onion...Kind of like a bar and grill with a way more extensive menu and really good food. $$

    Dominis...Deli sandwiches...Been around forever as well...AWESOME food and made to order... $ 1/2

    Fast Eddies....More of a pub, but with REALLY good food and a fairly decent menu...$$

    Red Lion BBQ...and Chicken and Mo...bbq at its finest...I am a biiger fan of the CaM...$$

    Ye Old Spaghetti Station...Speaks for itself...$$

    The Steam Plant....Not sure how to catagorize this one...Decent food...a little pricy...Great drinks from what I am told...$$$

    Raw....Sushi....YUK! ;-) $$

    Spencers for Steaks and Chops...Higher end. If you are looking for a really good steak and have some extra dough, then check them out. (at the Double Tree Hotel) $$$$

    Wild Sage and Sante'...These two are for the "foodies" in the group...a little more of an eclectic menu with thing with a bit more imagination...$$$

    Franks Diner....Look for the Rail Road car off the Maple Street freeway exit...Some of the best breakfast in town. $

    O'Dhoertys....Old style fish and chips and food with an Irish flavor....$$

    Rocky Rocco's....David's and Beneditos...Pizza....The latter 2 of the 3 I would favor. $$

    Those are just a few off the top of my head in the area...There are also some of the usual suspect chain restaurants as well.

    Enjoy!!! :-)


    Thats a variety to choose from! Well done! :D
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  • PureandEasyPureandEasy Posts: 5,305
    Philly:

    good sandwiches, and great steak fries!!!

    and reasonable as well.


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  • Given to...Given to... WyomingPosts: 4,839
    What about Dicks Last Resort?
    A co-worker told me about this place in Seattle. Supposed to be quite a sight if you are un-aware of the normal operating procedure.
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  • EraserheadEraserhead Stoke-on-TrentPosts: 2,622
    Any good gluten-free places on the West Coast from San Diego to Seattle? :)
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  • SENROCKSENROCK Posts: 10,736
    What about Dicks Last Resort?
    A co-worker told me about this place in Seattle. Supposed to be quite a sight if you are un-aware of the normal operating procedure.


    oh yeah! Theres one in San Diego! I dont see Seattle :?
    http://www.dickslastresort.com/domains/sandiego/
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  • SENROCKSENROCK Posts: 10,736
    Eraserhead wrote:
    Any good gluten-free places on the West Coast from San Diego to Seattle? :)

    There are TONS now! I will check and see if there are any close to the venues......
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  • EraserheadEraserhead Stoke-on-TrentPosts: 2,622
    SENROCK wrote:
    Eraserhead wrote:
    Any good gluten-free places on the West Coast from San Diego to Seattle? :)

    There are TONS now! I will check and see if there are any close to the venues......

    Thank you! :thumbup:
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  • madtowndavemadtowndave Minneapolis, MNPosts: 3,952
    CROJAM95 wrote:
    Roscoes chicken n waffles in LA 8-)


    I'm looking forward to seafood in Seattle, hopefully someone will have good suggestions

    Taylor Shellfish Farms. Most raw, and it is delicious!!
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  • RKCNDYRKCNDY Seattle, WAPosts: 31,013
    CROJAM95 wrote:
    Roscoes chicken n waffles in LA 8-)


    I'm looking forward to seafood in Seattle, hopefully someone will have good suggestions

    McCormick & Schmick's-$$$
    Anthony's Pier 66-$$$
    The Crab Pot-$$
    Ivar's Acres of Clams-$
    Ivar's Salmon House-$$ (same chain as Acres of Clams, but finer dining)
    Salty's on Alki-$$$

    some of these places like for you to make reservations (like McCormick, Ivar's Salmon House, and Salty's) but they will do their best to seat walk-ins.

    I will toss it out there for anybody that loves a good cured meat sammy...Salumi is Mario Batali's family owned eatery, they also sell meats by the pound. They are open 11-3:30 Tuesday thru Friday. Line up early if you want to try it.
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  • SVRDhand13SVRDhand13 NYCPosts: 24,233
    Bathgate66 wrote:
    I have no money left
    im packing PB & J sandwiches for the roadtrips.
    :)

    Same here! :lol:
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  • rssesqrssesq Fairfield CountyPosts: 3,299
    need Vancouver and Seattle foodie info as I will be burning a few down in BC and Seattle. ;)
    and the munchies always follow :P
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  • RKCNDYRKCNDY Seattle, WAPosts: 31,013
    rssesq wrote:
    need Vancouver and Seattle foodie info as I will be burning a few down in BC and Seattle. ;)
    and the munchies always follow :P

    5 Point cafe, open 24 hours. Huge portions for cheap, best local dive bar greasy spoon. (an Anthony Bourdain fave). The fried cheese curds are awesome, have them with honey.

    Of course there is also Beth's Cafe, The Mecca, and The Hurricane.
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  • Great cheap eats in Philly:

    Federal Donuts (Center City and South PhillY) - http://www.federaldonuts.com/main/
    - donuts, chicken, and more

    DiNic's (Reading Terminal Market) - http://tommydinics.com/
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  • SENROCKSENROCK Posts: 10,736
    RKCNDY wrote:
    CROJAM95 wrote:
    Roscoes chicken n waffles in LA 8-)


    I'm looking forward to seafood in Seattle, hopefully someone will have good suggestions

    McCormick & Schmick's-$$$
    Anthony's Pier 66-$$$
    The Crab Pot-$$
    Ivar's Acres of Clams-$
    Ivar's Salmon House-$$ (same chain as Acres of Clams, but finer dining)
    Salty's on Alki-$$$

    some of these places like for you to make reservations (like McCormick, Ivar's Salmon House, and Salty's) but they will do their best to seat walk-ins.

    I will toss it out there for anybody that loves a good cured meat sammy...Salumi is Mario Batali's family owned eatery, they also sell meats by the pound. They are open 11-3:30 Tuesday thru Friday. Line up early if you want to try it.

    are these all seattle????
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  • New Orleans -

    Parkway Bakery & Tavern - delicious poboys, reasonably priced, very close to Voodoo Fest
    parkwaypoorboys.com

    Ruby Slipper Cafe - offbeat, delicious breakfast & brunch, on the streetcar line, about two miles from Voodoo Fest
    therubyslippercafe.net

    Theos - PIZZA OMG DELICIOUS PIZZA, on streetcar line, also about two miles from Voodoo
    theospizza.com

    Toups Meatery - delicious contemporary Cajun, a little pricey but so worth it, on streetcar line, about one mile from Voodoo
    toupsmeatery.com
  • CROJAM95CROJAM95 Posts: 6,186
    Thank you guys for the suggestions....I'll def be checking them out.

    A little off topic, how bout any boating trips into the Pacific from Seattle? I'd love to take a trip a little off shore, maybe see some wildlife. (Orcas :D ) I know it will be cold, but I'm usually fishing into December here in NY into the Atlantic...even January if the Cod are there
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  • oysterjaroysterjar NHPosts: 1,235
    BinFrog wrote:

    Thanks for that. I'll likely be there before show 1. Thanks!

    Wind this thing up.

  • CAVSTARR313CAVSTARR313 Posts: 8,756
    food is for wimps ;) Beer and cigarettes are all you need ;)
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  • FrankY59FrankY59 Posts: 1,044
    Your local WENDY'S:

    Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger

    It's THAT good!
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