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« A "New School", "Old School" Night Part 1: New School - Luce Bar & Kitchen | Main | Tunisia: Market day in Tataouine »

Thursday, 11 October 2012



What a fun night. Next time you're getting on the mic!


I always wondered what Baci looked like inside. I haven't been to Albie's in forever. The food isn't that great but the atmosphere is priceless. The nude paintings there I heard were SDSU students from the 70's.




Don't know about that one Candice....but thanks again for leading us through a great night!

Hi Dennis - Someone has to get to the bottom of that....

Hi Kat - We had a great time.


what a hoot, I love going to places like that! And I have never had uni served like that, just the little tongue shaped pieces... Good times!


Hi FH - That means you have to come and visit.....that's the best way to eat uni here!


Man, I love those old school places. Sounds like Albie's was a lot of fun. We've seen that place so many time driving through Mission Valley. So what time did the hipsters show up so we can avoid that? :)

Uncle Steve

Dragon is older than a cougar, FYI.


Hey Jan - They start showing up later in the after 9-10 pm.

Thanks Uncle Steve, I'll have to remember that!

Ed (from Yuma)

Great post. I am trying to avoid saying anything that would date me, but that's hard to do. OK, I can remember when linguine alle vongole and osso bucco were new school on Italian menus. But I can also remember the opening of the first pizza parlor (note the terminology) in my hometown. I had never heard of pizza before. I am older than dirt.


LOL Ed! I also remember the first pizza place in our long ago, when dinosaurs roamed the earth.

Food detective

Hahaha! That's strike #1 for embarrassment! JK.
Sounds like my kind of places. I live senior citizen hangouts-they are
the best!


Poor John.....guy can't get a break, even with a dragon!


So how was Luce's?


Hi Gloria - You can read my post here:

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