If you’ve finally come to the realization that it’s finally time to move on from Spaghetti-Os, then you should read this. Let me introduce you and yourself to the great spot that is known as Amis. It’s one of the best places for pasta in the nation, according to a writer from Bon Appetit - so I trust it. Not only that, but it’s from local Philly big name chef Marc Vetri.
I been feinding to come here for a while now. Matter fact, I been wanting to come here since it opened in the beginning of the year. Then I came across that article which became the straw that broke my back (in a good way , and I’m not a camel).
One of the best places in the nation for pasta eh? Let’s elaborate.
There’s nothing else I can say - ehh, ehh.
My work has been relocated to a new office building. And thus, it’s like a challenge to find good spots to get our grub on since not many of us know the area that well. We’ve only been in this new office for a few days.
I googled “food” around the area and found a nice area where there was some nice possible candidates to win my hard-earned lunch money. Not by popular choice, we chose Cafe Napoli. Sounds good enough right? But what about the food? Why don’t we take a lick.
Are you someone who likes wine? Yes you are. Do you like cheese? Of course you do. And I’m positive you love beer so I ain’t even gotta ask. Well guess what. If you’re into all 3 of the mentioned, or even just one, then you need to get your ass over to Tria with the quickness.
This is one of them places you wanna go and just relax and not have to worry about all the shit going on like oil spills, mosques, Lindsay Lohan, and whether or not Brett Favre is retiring. Those are the kinda things that can really fuck up your day. But no fear my friend, Tria is here.
So what drew me to Tria on this warm and beautiful Saturday afternoon?
So Swift Half Pub was packed thanks to Fifa world cup. PYT was better but still no seating immediately available. But that’s ok, perfect chance to try something new. So where to go? Darling’s Diner what else. I never been here before but always pass by it on the way to PYT or somewhere else in the Piazza. As a matter fact, I’ve read some good things about Darling’s but never felt the urge to go. Well, that hasn’t changed but thanks to Swift Half and PYT being so busy, it was the next alternative.
Since it wasn’t our initial choice, is it good though? Is there a reason it’s an alternative and not a immediate choice? My darling why don’t we find out!
So LL Cool J was on “The View” promoting his book. That’s nice. But what I didn’t know was that he can curl human beings, one of them being the BBW in the red dress, Sherri Sheperd.
If I can do that by reading his book, I’m gonna go buy the biggest bookshelf out there. Maybe I can curl a bulldozer or something.
I been to PYT more times than I can count on my hands and feets. But it’s been a while since I last wrote about it. We went on Saturday for lunch because it was such a nice day. Unfortunately, the clouds were moving in and it turned overcast quicker than you can say springfield buffalo burger. Doesn’t kill my excitement though. Especially eating an animal as big as a Escalade and almost as much furry as Chewbacca.
As good as the burgers are, it’s more exciting because there’s usually a special weekly burger that is available for a limited time. This time, I had the Springfield Buffalo Burger. Why? Because it’s a bison burger. How often does that happen? Not sure and I don’t care. Must try.
So was it good? Did it taste funny? Let’s go to where the buffaloes roam and find out.
The new $100 was just unveiled. It was made to prevent counterfeiting of course. This means that new “printer” that costed you your newborn is now obsolete.
Not only does it contain the older technology of the vertical print band and the creepy watermark face, but now the “100” text also shifts color, and there’s an animated ribbon in the middle of the bill that changes shapes at the same time.
And the best part is the side effect of this new bill – it’ll finally help me control my spending because the only thing I’ll be spending is sitting on my red couch astounded at this new
toy bill. Benjamin Franklin is more than welcomed to stay in my wallet as long as he wants.