Some items seem pretty pricey for what you get. The stuffed shells are an example. Yes, they were good, and the portion was just the right size, but still I thought they were too expensive. On the other hand, they now have inexpensive lunch specials, and the one I tried (grilled cheese sandwich with tomato bisque soup) was pretty good.
When I was in Detroit, I had two friends who were Greek-Americans, and they turned me on to some really good food, and steered me away from tourist joints (if they serve flaming cheese and go "Opa!" itís a safe bet that it's not the real McCoy). One friend was a fellow Biochemistry major [although to save my life I canít remember his name right now], and he claimed to be a cousin of Jeff Pinkus, who played bass for the Butthole Surfers, which is the best name ever devised for a rock band [best song: I Saw an X-Ray of a Girl Passing Gas]. My other friend, Tim Phillipos, was a total nerd and geek as I was (and still am). We would hang out late into the night discussing whatever it is that geeks as we do, from Jimi Hendrix to particle physics. I remember once, Tim and I went into the Traffic Jam, which that night featured a Moroccan lentil dish: he took one bite, and exclaimed "This is how my mother made it!"
|Business Category:||Local establishment (1-2 locations)|
|How often visited:||Routinely|
|How likely to return:||Definitely|
|Last known visit:||2018-06-20|