I have great respect for the person who answered and didn’t hang up laughing. Instead he paused and said, politely, “We accept walk-ins.”
As a New Yorker on a road trip through Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri, I was told by any number of locals that I had to eat at Cattlemen’s Steakhouse in Oklahoma City.
“It’s really economical for us because we’re not spending the time and money to build a large brewery and it helps (other breweries) out because they’re not wasting their precious stainless steel,” Tom said.
“In Tel Aviv, on every corner there’s a good coffee shop,” Katerina says of the Israeli metropolis they used to live in. “It’s always a neighborhood meeting point. It’s fresh and there’s always some kind of food.”
The Sogong-dong style tofu, comes from a town in Seoul by the same name, where it later caught on in Los Angeles food circles in the 1980s. Today, the Sogongdong Tofu House also has locations in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai
“It’s about sending a message that France is a country where we eat well, where we have skills, especially cooking skills,” she said.
I would never share the sukiyaki. It’s too good. Here, a brilliant, slightly sweet broth and fresh veggies comes to the table to bring all the flavors of the Japanese countryside together in one bowl
Brown bagging it is plenty economical, but a steady diet of sandwiches becomes boring pretty quickly, to say nothing of the fact that all those servings of refined carbs simply don’t provide the energy necessary to power you through a long afternoon.
Fortunately, a terrific Italian restaurant, Antica, is practically across the road from the museum and filled with Andrew Wyeth prints.