Discussion in 'Dining and Food' started by seagrovechick, Mar 18, 2005.
That is a different market, too far to drive.
What kind of work?
I'm open to anything. I've done everything from AutoCAD to waste management. Right now I manage the perishable food refrigeration for a retail chain (making sure they get to the new stores on time, and making sure they stay operational) and also run a web based database system. I dont really specialize in any one thing. I like to try new things.
Well if the Thai Cafe is being sold that's a good opportunity for someone to open a thai or chinese place.
I'd kinda like healthy too but not granola and sea weed. There's a place I loved in Tampa Bay called "The Dish" and I always thought it would go great here.
Basically it's a "you create your own dish" kinda place. There's several bars with different raw components on them: One with meats and seafood, one with lots and lots of different veggies and one with sauces. You fill your plate with your selections and take it over to be stir fried all together at a central grill. You can go back to the grill as much as you want with as many combos as you like so you can eat healthy and just veggies if you want.
Also, would love a little crepe vendor in one of these little villages like they've got on the streets in paris for 2F each. MMMMMM
Sounds great to me. :clap_1:
Call off the search for the surfer girl. I may have hooked one. She's originally from Cali, but lived in FWB for a while and now lives in Nashville. We're meeting for drinks today for the second time this week.
River Otter, you *rock* in your rant against fast food. I happen to live in a small town where our only choices are fast food and a few tacky chain restaurants. I am *so* tired of this, but, hey, that's where our jobs are. So 30-A is an escape from all of that junk food for me. They say you are what you eat - if I depended on restaurants in my town, I'd be junk! If they build a McDonald's on 30-A, I'll ... flip out and ... be sad and ... dunno what ...
I have a rule when traveling away from home. We never eat at a restaurant we could normally eat at back home.
Ditto. But that's not saying much, because our choices are junk and junk and junk and ...
No wonder I have a residence in Atlanta so I can escape the fast-food land of where I live.
I have an idea. A pizza place where kids can go wild. And serve the pizzas in the pan on top of industrial size size cans of tomatoes. It might work. Heck, you might even be able to open a second location one day!
You found a ball sitting in the outfield and threw it home.
Love reading these old post!
Throwback Thursday. The old posts do make for funn reading. There were so many people who spent lots of time on this forum who simply slipped away into the great unknown. It makes you wonder what happened to them...
What could have possibly happened to phdphay? She probably got Zooked!
I have lived all over the country and we are now living in Watersound. We are so disappointed that there isn't a really good Chinese or Japanese steakhouse in the area. Its been over a year since I've had some General Tao's Chicken and some pork fried rice. We miss having Chinese food!
Jin Jin I . @ Publix on 98 by BMB.... Not a 10, but not 4/5 either...I've only had take out..large portion combos w/egg roll under $9.00
Although not in the immediate area, try Dynasty in Miramar Beach.
Lin's Asian across from Silver Sands where the old Winn-Dixie was.
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