(Wordless Wednesday) Sartor Resartus, or The Photographer Photographed

14 Responses to (Wordless Wednesday) Sartor Resartus, or The Photographer Photographed

  1. Looks like my kind of eatery! Do they have pie? Eat a piece for me!

  2. lavenderbay says:

    I’m not sure about pie, S. Le. By the time we’d finished filling up on garlic bread and Greek salad and moussaka and souvlaki, we were stuffed!

  3. Tony says:

    Zooming out, zoomig out, zooming out…
    Nice series of pics & I’ll have some pie too please

  4. Jayne says:

    I bet they do a BIIIIIG bowl of spaghetti dripping with bolognaise sauce and meatballs, smothered in deliciously smelly paramsen cheese…. nom nom nom.
    And a classic jukebox to top it off!

  5. lavenderbay says:

    Thanks, Tony! I’m definitely going to have to speak to the chef before two-thirds of the English-speaking world shows up there for supper!

    They might do, Jayne… rats. Now I’m hungry. Anyway, here’s one of the offerings on the jukebox (I took pix of two of the pages), C6, Tom T. Hall croonin’ “I Love”. Enjoy!

  6. Jayne says:

    You won a book in my give away 🙂

  7. Oh, great! Now I’m hungry for Greek food!

  8. lavenderbay says:

    Really??? (high squeaky voice, huge round lipid eyes, fluttery lashes) That’s fab! Be ’round in a minute.

    Is spinach pie (spanakopita) on your “to eat” pie list, S. Le?

  9. Jayne says:

    You need to send me your postal details for your book 🙂

  10. lavenderbay says:

    Ummm…I thought I had. But I’ve just checked my Sent Mail, and there ain’t nuttin’ in it. Will try again!

  11. Yikes, I’m a week behind. Eg certainly seems to be having a good time! I enjoyed the Tom Hall video.

  12. lavenderbay says:

    Yes, Barefootheart, not only was comfort food about to arrive, but E.g. had just discovered that this restaurant has the cozy booth section you see here. She had been here only once before, with co-workers, and was seated in the Union Station-sized main dining room where singers entertain on weekend nights (Valdy was here a few months ago).

  13. pennycat says:

    ahh, jukebox hits for .25 cents – Such a deal – but probably no Tom T. Hall!!

  14. lavenderbay says:

    No, seriously, he was, Pennycat! Right underneath Glen Campbell’s “Galveston” and “The Wichita Lineman”!!! The offerings ranged from Roger Miller’s “King of the Road” to Rihanna’s “Umbrella”. I was impressed!

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