Thursday, April 30, 2009

Gee Willikers

So for some reason or another, we found ourselves in Vandergrift this afternoon.

It was right around lunchtime, and since there are no stripper clubs
with a free lunch buffets in that area (that we know about), we decided to
check out the local food spot G&G Restaurant.

As soon as we walked in the place, we noticed most of the booths were taken,
although there was plenty of room at the counter for the two of us.

But I have a fear of showing too much plumbers crack in public, so
we walked to the back section and found a proper booth which provided
excellent crack coverage.

The tables have little advertisements on them, you know, the kind that
trigger bouts of A.D.D. while you are having a conversation with someone.

Example: "Oh yeah, I was telling you about how much fun we all had this
past Friday night... ah, did you see here that this guy promises to sell your
house in 60 days or he'll pay you $500?"

You get the picture.

So our waitress comes over and takes our drink order, and returned promptly
with my unsweetened iced-tea. It was refreshing.

So far, so good.

I opted for a sandwich (Chicken w/swiss and bacon), even though I've
heard great things about their breakfasts.

I like to live dangerously.

After the bus boy scared half a squirt out of me by dropping some
dishes, our food soon followed.

(*insert sandwich picture here... see, I was too hungry to take a picture for
your viewing pleasure. Sue me.)

I took the first bite, and I swear I started to hear porno music. I'm talking
about the good porno music, the kind in the films from the 70's.


You remember those ones right? The ones where the guys wore
white socks while they were doin' work.

Well this sandwich had my taste buds getting down to some funky grooves. I
don't recall what my lunch partner had, but they didn't do much talking
once it was in front of them, so it must have been good.

G&G Restaurant now has theNewK stamp of approval.

Here are a couple more pics from our trip.

(Plumber's Crack Row)



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