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Monday, 22 September 2008



Yum! I like the concept of "seven days of feasting", as opposed to fasting.


That calamari looks delicious! Boo, now I'm going to have fried calamari on the brain all day. I guess I could have worst things on my brain. ;-)


Its only 10 and I'm starving!!! ;-)


Hi CP-it has been our tradition ever since we met in college in August of 19--, although back then the seven days consisted more of boysenberry Dannon yogurt and Olga's and fragels...
I could have just had three orders of the calamari and been happy, Carol...
It's because most is fried, Bill. Just say it. :)


What a wonderful tradition! And how nice that you've kept this going for years. Nothing like something that's unique to you and yours to give you the warm fuzzies. :)


Great post and pictures. I've been eating there for as long as I can remember and I'm 40-something.
Have to disagree with you though on the red chowder. I LOVE it. (I even take it home)
They also have a great fresh fish market in the restaurant. They have their own fleet so you know its fresh, and they have the best prices.


Hi Lori-Thanks for the sweet thoughs. It is one way The Mister will never forget my birthday...
Thank you, too, Stephen. Thing is The Mister was raised in Boston, therefore that red fish soup is something I just am not allowed to order...but I do agree, all of the food and fish sold here is the best. We also do like Point Loma Seafoods when we need a 'fix'. I've blogged it.

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