Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Where all the Hot Sluts Eat

Let’s start this off by using the term Slut Lord so all sorts of perverts over in Asia find my blog. Ok. Moving on...

We (Heath, Matt and myself) ate at O’Charley’s for lunch today. I had a gift certificate that I won at the paper fair.

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Look at this sign! This is in front of the restaurant
Feeding the Soul is 59 T (?) away
If you head NE you’ll get to Everyday Reunions
1/2 mile away is Comfortable Conversation
Sunday Brunch is due East
Bold Flavors, they’re 15 miles away

We defied the laws of restaurant signage! We had a completely comfortable conversation and Matt ate about a 1/2 dozen rolls. They say they are “unslicably soft” but that is a complete fabrication. I’ve seen them sliced. We didn’t try it this visit, but trust it has been done.

There are so many great things about this place. There is these insane Iowa-themed mural with a giant goldfinch driving a tractor, there’s a huge bottle of beer floating in a river, a basketball player dribbling a ball and also stabbing an enormous french fry with an equally enormous fork. So much wonderful.*

Everything inside the restaurant is in quotation marks. "How do you like our steak? Well that's how we make it." is on one of the signs. I'm not sure who they are quoting. I guess O'Charley.

This place is pro-good times. So are we.

*Please keep in mind that these things are possibly only wonderful to Heath and myself. We get obsessed with this kind of baloney.

5 comments:

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

not too many options for NY vegetarians eh?

Reverend Awesome said...

Everyone is welcome at O'Charley's.
Good Food and Good Times. Don't you like good times and/or good food?

Becky said...

I like Good Food and Good Times. I might visit this O'Charley's place you speak of. Any restaurant with two apostrophies can't be bad.

Peter said...

On my last tour of the US east coast I was stunned noticing how many US waiters would bend over backwards to please me.

I mean, free refills? Smiling faces? Restaurant staff exclaiming "have a nice day"?

Never seen any of those in Belgium. It must be something they put in our tap water, or maybe the famous Belgian 200 days of rain a year did the trick.

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