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November 04, 2005

Lunch Planning

Do i want pizza; do i want bbq, or do i want smorgasbord?

Update: i went with J.R.'s Texas BBQ.

Posted by annika, Nov. 4, 2005 | TrackBack (0)
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I can't imagine the quality of BBQ in Sacramento, but it's probably the safest of the bunch. I know too many people who've gotten food poisoning at all-you-can-eat smorgasords (including myself) and you can get pizza anytime.

Posted by: Victor on Nov. 4, 2005

Try the Chop House.

Posted by: shelly on Nov. 4, 2005

Hmmm. California Cue or California Pizza? That's like choosing between North Dakotan TexMex and North Dakotan Cajun, I imagine. Either one is the wrong decision.

(Yeah, I know. California can actually do a decent cue... in some areas.)

Posted by: ken on Nov. 4, 2005

Get the McRib, get tons of McRibs, before they are gone! They're never coming back!

Posted by: Scof on Nov. 4, 2005

So what did you decide on?

Posted by: Victor on Nov. 4, 2005

I would have gone with the pizza. :)

Me, I had a grilled cheese sandwich and a pepsi.

Happy Friday!

Posted by: Amy Bo Bamy on Nov. 4, 2005

I went for an IB's cheesesteak, extra sauce today. Scof, was that you with Ashley Simpson last night?

Posted by: d-rod on Nov. 4, 2005

Yes, tell us the choice.

I had organic kosher free-range chicken breast and green beans. Damn my vanity that makes me restrict my calorie intake!

Posted by: Hugo on Nov. 4, 2005

Mmmmmmm, cheesesteak and frys is always a mighty temptation, but when presented with a choice, I always settle on a nooner.

Posted by: Casca on Nov. 4, 2005

Long lunch, eh?

(Obscure Ashlee reference here)

Posted by: d-rod on Nov. 4, 2005

Best damm mexican resturant in the world down near where I work, It has caused me to gain several pounds. They have one meal which is fajita meat with jack chese wrapped in a tortilla and then covered with gravy, and its real spicy. mmmmmmmmmm

Posted by: Kyle N on Nov. 4, 2005

Where's it at? I used to get a dish called Panzarotti in Chicago. Imagine a deep fried calzone, OMG it's a gastonomic orgasm.

Posted by: Casca on Nov. 4, 2005

things are going wrong up here.

Posted by: annika on Nov. 4, 2005

J.R.'s Texas BBQ Looks good! Yum.

Posted by: Chuck on Nov. 5, 2005

Poor Red's, El Dorado. Best dry rub ribs in the valley, maybe the state. A bit of a drive (up 50, toward Tahoe) and worth every inch. Bonus: Good bar.

Posted by: bob on Nov. 6, 2005

How was it?

Posted by: Victor on Nov. 7, 2005

JR's BBQ, yummm! They have the best barbecue sauces ever. Dip that brisket burrito

Posted by: Sam on Dec. 1, 2005