Tuesday, March 28, 2006

2006 March 27

Orange juice
Salt bagel with cream cheese
Large coffee with milk and sugar

Sobe Liz Blizz
All Americas Pastries Mini Guava Turnovers
Dirty Potato Chips JalapeƱo Heat

Sobe Green Tea

Stop me if you've heard this one
Combination A
1/2 Seafood fried noodle
One piece squid okonomiyaki
Two octopus takoyaki


Two Budweiser

Guinness Bottle

Blue & Gold 79
Four small glasses Blue & Gold lager
Gin consumed in the "shot" method
Two Guinness

My house
Wolaver's India Pale Ale


Blogger Jack said...

I had forgotten, but I ate one Vlasic kosher dill spear after going home but before my Wolaver's. I was reminded doing research on Wikipedia as to what cornichons are! Trivia fact: not corn. Also not a kind of sausage which was my second guess after little corn.

9:37 AM  
Blogger Junior said...

Solas? More like Soulless! I can't believe you went back to Solas.

11:22 AM  
Blogger Jack said...

I made a similarly well-tuned review of Solas. It was the closest bar to Otafuku, so it won the lottery. On Monday nights at 8 PM, they actually shut down most of the satellite rooms, and just have a small crowd of older locals at the bar. We also discovered that the table we sat at contained a drawer, which in turn contained a number of cocktail napkins on which drunk girls had written extremely earnest messages many months prior. May I quote one of the napkins? "WATEVA!"

Anyways, I feel pretty bad that I gave Solas any money to stay in business. Specifically, six dollars for a pint of harp and a dollar tip.

12:02 PM  
Blogger zachkay said...

The only 2 times I have been to Solas were for my co-worker's parties, at which I saw guest food reporter Schoboats' girlfriend Alice. The parties were very nice even though I didn't know many people, but apparently every one else who has ever been to Solas hates it.

1:16 PM  
Blogger Jack said...

The chief issues with Solas as Lorinza and I were able to observe them are:

1) Sometimes it is full of the kind of girl that is not pleasant to be around, and is easily heard and seen from a distance.

2) Everything within the bar creaks and aches with a pervasive absence where the soul of a bar should be.

1:32 PM  
Blogger Jack said...

Sorry I left you out, Cap.! I didn't forget you, I just didn't have as many lengthy conversations with you about Solas and its badness.

1:33 PM  

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