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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 08:38:59 (permalink)
TOO many clues in this one!!  Ya gotcha " J's "  and a delicious bovine.... must be Johnny's in Omaha!! 
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 08:42:09 (permalink)
Nancypalooza

That looks like the first location in an all-Roadfood sequel to 'The Da Vinci Code.'  Of course Dale will be the monk flagellating himself for eating regionally inappropriate food.
You are killing me!  WHERE do you come up with this stuff?!?!?


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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 09:10:14 (permalink)
Oh Cliff, it's the Snark 101 class I had in college.  Wait . . you went to Clemson.  My bad.  (/big old wink)
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 09:37:24 (permalink)
AHI MPLS

TOO many clues in this one!!  Ya gotcha " J's "  and a delicious bovine.... must be Johnny's in Omaha!! 


Winner!  Winner!  Big steak dinner!!! 

I thought that this one would get solved pretty quickly, but I was afraid to say anything after the Ann Sather one went so long.  But, maybe that one only took so long because I precluded buffetbuster from playing!

I'll have to dig through my photo archives to see what else I have.  In the meantime, if anyone else wants to toss one out there, have at it!
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 09:49:28 (permalink)
Congrats AHI MPLS!  Keep up the great detective work!!!

This should be a quicky, too.....
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 10:11:48 (permalink)
Polonez  in Wisconsin
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 10:36:54 (permalink)
Greymo - You answered that quickly enough that one might think there is only one restaurant in all of America with an accordian player at the ready!
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 11:28:31 (permalink)
Greymo-
Well done!  I thought one of the Milwaukee contingent would jump in and get it right away.  Have you been there before?
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 11:59:40 (permalink)
I have a picture of my son, which I took)  standing in front of that mural.  Yes,  I have been there twice.
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 12:39:34 (permalink)
Darn, thats the only one i have known so far-you guys beat me to it!!
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 14:18:30 (permalink)
Okay, let's try another one, but this shouldn't take too long either.....

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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 15:24:55 (permalink)
I will guess that family style eating place in Georgia that Mr Mayor likes so much - Dillard House
post edited by TJ Jackson - 2009/05/27 16:33:58
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 15:54:46 (permalink)
TJ-
You are most likely thinking of the Dillard House, but that isn't it.  Nice try, though.
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 16:40:50 (permalink)
Camp 18 - Seaside, OR
http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Overview.aspx?RefID=1504
post edited by TJ Jackson - 2009/05/27 16:42:34
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/27 17:00:10 (permalink)
That looks right to me, but I will wait for buffetbuster's confirmation.  I have one ready to go....locked and loaded, so to speak.
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/28 00:54:25 (permalink)
buffetbuster called me to confirm (he was unable to post) that TJ's pick of Camp 18 was correct!  Good job.

I think this next photo will be one of the quickest to be guessed correctly, but I think it is a cool photo anyway.


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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/28 01:14:29 (permalink)
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/28 17:00:17 (permalink)
This one took only 20 minutes.  Nice work.  Is this a place you have visited or was the Foxon Park just too much of a clue to narrow things down to New Haven?

Let me see if I can scare one or two more up...
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/28 17:27:12 (permalink)
I rarely travel, as you know - and no, I have never been to LL.  What I know is from what I read here and on a few other select websites.  The wall tiles, the bread toaster, and the Foxon Park were what put it together for me.  And....those unique broilers, albeit I only suspected those were the broilers in question, as I could not really make it out in the pic


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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/28 17:51:51 (permalink)
Cool.  Goes to show you - you don't actually have to visit a place to sleuth out these things.  Again, I suspected that it would be figured out quickly enough....but, 20 minutes exceeded my expectations.

Have a crack at this one, folks...

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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/28 18:06:59 (permalink)
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/29 08:48:25 (permalink)
TJ, I suspect you are right (the desserts look especially familiar), but we will wait to hear from TTM before putting another one up.

TJ, Greymo and AHI MPLS are doing an amazing job of sleuthing these so out quickly!
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/29 09:27:08 (permalink)

  Please Sirs, may we have some MORE? 
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/29 09:32:27 (permalink)
Sorry...I almost forgot about this thread.  TJ is, of course, correct.  He sent me an IM last night and told me that he Googled "Good for Nuttin' Brownie" and one of the results was Hoover's.  That is some good sleuthing right there.  Had me thinking that maybe these are TOO easy????

I need to dig out a new photo.  I will see what I can come up with today.
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/29 09:39:02 (permalink)
Maybe this one will prove to be a little more difficult. 

There is one excellent clue on there, but that is about it......
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/29 09:52:57 (permalink)
Wagon Wheel
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/29 09:55:16 (permalink)
13 minutes!  You guys and girls are way too good.  Congrats plb!
 
Here is the link to the Wagon Wheel review and their famous chocolate gravy. 
  
http://www.roadfood.com/Restaurant/Review/2459-2475/wagon-wheel
post edited by buffetbuster - 2009/05/29 09:57:34
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/29 10:01:48 (permalink)
Dang.  I don't think that is a place I've been...but, are they suggesting chocolate gravy on the biscuits???


ooops...sleuthed while I walked away from the computer for a brief meeting.
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/29 11:07:08 (permalink)
re: chocolate gravy on biscuits

see http://www.dixiedining.com/dixie/kentucky.htm

scroll down to "Corner Pool and Lunch"
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Re:Name that Roadfood establishment 2009/05/29 11:07:41 (permalink)
Okay, let's try again.
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