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RE: what do you eat when you are......not sober?? Fri, 01/9/04 9:54 AM (permalink)
Hmmmmm What do I eat when I am... not sober???

Well this morning it was cold oatmeal, half a jar of Herring filets in wine sauce, and a diet Mountain Dew. Lunch will be leftovers from Breakfast.[|)]
 
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    RE: what do you eat when you are......not sober?? Fri, 01/9/04 10:18 AM (permalink)
    We went to the Birchmere last night to see Doc Watson (great show!), and had a pitcher or so of Native Gold Lager, and the accompanying food was...onion strings (the food there looked ok, but it seriously overpriced - captive audience!). By the end of the evening we were certainly closer to sober than not- (notably the designated driver who had water for the last couple hours), and my brief agitation to stop at a Pho place I spotted was dismissed. Next time I'll drive In the day my preference was late-night Chinese, or less-than-stellar Toronto pizza if I was desperate.
     
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      RE: what do you eat when you are......not sober?? Fri, 01/9/04 10:48 AM (permalink)
      quote:
      Originally posted by Rhodes

      We went to the Birchmere last night to see Doc Watson (great show!), and had a pitcher or so of Native Gold Lager, and the accompanying food was...onion strings (the food there looked ok, but it seriously overpriced - captive audience!). By the end of the evening we were certainly closer to sober than not- (notably the designated driver who had water for the last couple hours), and my brief agitation to stop at a Pho place I spotted was dismissed. Next time I'll drive In the day my preference was late-night Chinese, or less-than-stellar Toronto pizza if I was desperate.


      Rhodes, as you likely already know, there's always RT's (see: http://alexandriacity.com/dining/rts.htm) right near the Birchmere next time you're there.
       
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        RE: what do you eat when you are......not sober?? Fri, 01/9/04 11:04 AM (permalink)
        quote:
        Originally posted by i95

        quote:
        Originally posted by Rhodes

        We went to the Birchmere last night to see Doc Watson (great show!), and had a pitcher or so of Native Gold Lager, and the accompanying food was...onion strings (the food there looked ok, but it seriously overpriced - captive audience!). By the end of the evening we were certainly closer to sober than not- (notably the designated driver who had water for the last couple hours), and my brief agitation to stop at a Pho place I spotted was dismissed. Next time I'll drive In the day my preference was late-night Chinese, or less-than-stellar Toronto pizza if I was desperate.


        Rhodes, as you likely already know, there's always RT's (see: http://alexandriacity.com/dining/rts.htm) right near the Birchmere next time you're there.


        Actually I _didn't_ know (new around here and all that), but it looks great! Not to mention _much_ more reasonable prices than the Birchmere - price comparison - Birchmere onion strings = $5.25 RT's onion strings $1.95 We're heading down there again in February to see Solomon Burke...hmmm....
         
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