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Reading the Blade review of American City Diner today-

http://www.ourtownsylvania.com/Food/2015/08/06/Bill-of-Fare-Breakfast-a-hit-lunch-a-miss-at-diner.html

This made me think about truly cursed restaurant locations. I know we've touched on this before in these forums. I do think this is a cursed location. It has been Rouge, Mama La Scola's, Nick's Hungry I and something else, and that's just in like 8 years.

Also on that list of course is the former Bill Knapp's/ Stixx/ Melting Pot on Monroe as well as the former Strip club/ Acura dealership/ Bavaraian Brewing Company/ Mezzmerize and now laser hair removal clinic on Holland Perrysburg.

What else you got?

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posted by ahmahler on Aug 06, 2015 at 10:37:03 am     #  

Hmm. I know... the former Hot Dog Charlies/Mama's Kitchen/Scrubs Pub and Grub on Glendale.

posted by justread on Aug 06, 2015 at 10:42:59 am     #   1 person liked this

How about the old Pizza Hut on Monroe across from Franklin Park that's been closed for about 25 years? Was it built on an Indian graveyard or something?

posted by breaker on Aug 06, 2015 at 10:15:43 pm     #   3 people liked this

Galaxy Diner/Lunch Hour/that Italian place that just closed in the 300 block of Erie downtown.

posted by JohnnyMac on Aug 07, 2015 at 08:34:42 pm     #  

Oh man, Galaxy diner. Most recently fire bombed!

posted by upso on Aug 07, 2015 at 09:19:35 pm     #  

The location that was most recently the Winwell(?) on Secor across from Elder-Beerman. Over the past few years it's been an Irish Pub and then a restaurant that was managed by the B. Gumpp guy. There may have been an Italian restaurant squeezed in there someplace.

I recall when the Irish place opened someone on this blog gave it a few months before it would closed and was excoriated for making that statement. I guess he/she made an accurate prediction.

It's just a bad location--and I don't see Party City or Whole Foods making a difference in its potential.

posted by Clancy on Aug 07, 2015 at 10:10:59 pm     #  

There is a place on 795 not far from the road to Owens. Swear that place is renamed, under new management every single year sometimes same year.

posted by INeedCoffee on Aug 07, 2015 at 10:19:27 pm     #   2 people liked this

I'm reluctantly throwing in Frank Unkles/Lighthouse/Six Pack/Clamdiggers South/Six Pack again. Although I think it was competently managed during the Unkles and Lighthouse eras. If I remember correctly, the Lighthouse venture put a lot of time and money into it.
The building has one of the best Maumee views and is an interesting property, but it seems like it was just a tax shelter for Kip.
I'd give a small ransom to the devil to be at Frank Unkles again just once during the heyday. Big cars in the parking lot, Carol at the hostess stand and that table of guys with sideburns and one half of a finger missing for some reason sitting at the bar smoking and telling stories of the good old days. The old good old days. The ones before the last ones.

posted by justread on Aug 08, 2015 at 04:47:30 am     #   2 people liked this

As for the WinWell, QQ Kitchen is in the same strip and I don't see them having any problems.

posted by madjack on Aug 08, 2015 at 07:42:21 am     #   1 person liked this

Man, that lighthouse location is such a missed opportunity. What's its current status? I'd love to see that turned into something cool.

posted by ahmahler on Aug 08, 2015 at 08:04:09 am     #  

It's a shame the Unkles isn't there anymore. Loved seeing Frank in his fur coats and the champagne drops by a skydiver!

posted by ldr on Aug 08, 2015 at 01:00:14 pm     #  

There's a mention of Frank Unkles in this Blade article http://www.toledoblade.com/Food/2013/03/10/Glass-City-is-home-to-rich-varied-restaurant-history.html

posted by breaker on Aug 08, 2015 at 03:15:04 pm     #  

I don't think the location is as much to blame as the restaurants that occupied them.

posted by Mike21 on Aug 08, 2015 at 06:07:11 pm     #  

But why such a long string of closed ones in each of those buildings? are there really that many people who open unsuccessful restaurants? So many people who don't know what it takes, or don't have it? So many optimists? :)

posted by nana on Aug 08, 2015 at 07:28:46 pm     #  

nana posted at 08:28:46 PM on Aug 08, 2015:

But why such a long string of closed ones in each of those buildings? are there really that many people who open unsuccessful restaurants? So many people who don't know what it takes, or don't have it? So many optimists? :)

Well, like 3 of the most recent failures where owned by the same dirtbag trying anything to make a buck.

posted by slowsol on Aug 08, 2015 at 09:38:02 pm     #  

What about the place at the corner of Dorr/McCord. It was a variety of restaurants/bars over the years. A few years back it was Zoe's and most recently it is (or was) Bleachers. I can't tell if they are open or not. I've heard that since the police have decided to use the corner as a favorite for OVI checkpoints, patrons have avoided the area.

posted by mennell on Aug 09, 2015 at 06:22:46 am     #  

Albon and Airport. Albon Inn, Somethingorother, Albon Inn Again, then Billy V"s? , currently the Bleu Smoke Bar and Grill , which is ironically closed due to a fire. Now that's a curse.

posted by holland on Aug 09, 2015 at 08:31:49 am     #   1 person liked this

Helen Drive in Perrysburg. The building across from Fricker's has been a Wendy's, several Chinese restaurants and several Mexican restaurants. Nothing seems to last there.

posted by shamrock44 on Aug 09, 2015 at 09:35:53 am     #  

The lunch hour did last for quite a while compared to it's predecessors but it is a cursed location. I didn't even know there was an Italian place there.

I liked their food and Scott and Pat the owners and the other staff were great and I was sad to see them close. I also liked the Galaxy. One restaurant between the Galaxy and Lunch hour was the Red Onion and I believe one more business went in for a few weeks before the lunch hour.

Speaking of Red Onion there is a place on Adams that is cursed. The Red Onion moved in there shortly after closing on Erie Street and didn't last long and there was a Mr. Hero shop there before and a couple other restaurants. I'm not sure if it's vacant now or if it's where Bleaker House is at now.

A couple more places downtown is where "my brothers place is" I think it's a bar at night if it's open at all, they sure aren't open for lunch anymore and it was a Sidelines before that and Jimmy Jackson tried a couple places there before that when he owned the building. The place where the exclusive diner is at has been several restaurants and the exclusive diner didn't last long although it's easy to see why when people would go in and they wouldn't get waited on and leave.

There was a restaurant that changed names a lot on Monroe and Talmadge. Was a little ceasars and changed names quite a bit and was an eye care place last time I was by there.

The Martini and Nuzi's site downtown is also cursed. Seeing there hasn't been an update on their face book page this month I think it's safe to say it won't be opening back up. There was Diva that did last a while, a Mexican place, Andrew Z's had a place there for a while and I believe on other restaurant all in the past 7 or 8 years.

posted by classylady on Aug 09, 2015 at 08:51:05 pm     #  

American City Diner is DOA and will be added to graveyard at that location.

Saturday morning around 10 fam and I there for breakfast. ONE OTHER TABLE occupied. Two-person wait staff, one of which could have called off and slept in.

Food decent, but cannot compete with Executive Diner downtown Sylvania, Mayberry Diner, Star Diner, hell even Village Inn serves breakfast until 11.

posted by McCaskey on Aug 09, 2015 at 10:39:00 pm     #   1 person liked this

Just a thought, related to no single comment above:

Restaurants, like people, have a life cycle. This is natural.
Bob was a great guy, until he failed to live. Now he is a loser.
What???

I think we need to be careful considering the failure to exist forever as a "failure." Many businesses run their course. Sometimes the decision to close a business is the decision NOT to "fail."

For example, Frank Unkle's had a great run. The family dynamic changed drastically. And then of course, Tracy and Carol influenced Charcoal House into the 90s. The Sabas and Szumigalas operate successful businesses today. I believe Frank's great grandson manages Bar145. It's in the blood.

Later, If I recall correctly, Jim Avolt and/or some investors did a ton of work on that building and ran a busy food/bar/event/weekend band business for a while. We don't know which decisions were forced, and which were choices. I wouldn't call Jim a failure.
Sometimes people don't choose to stay on a rollercoaster forever.
Just because the current owner lets it languish doesn't mean prior owners all "failed."

Jim Z. and Eric H. kicked serious ass in 329 N. Huron, most notably, spinning off a monster chef for the Art Museum, and now a local favorite, Registry Bistro. It also spun off another chef, who was at the Zoo and now the head chef for Health Care Reit. This was all before the food renaissance in Toledo. The business outlasted the Hillenbrand Zaleski partnership, and despite competing properties (Like the Secor Building Project and 20 North Gallery) these guys hung tough and provided a really, really excellent experience. While everyone else was fleeing, they created a destination. I blame competing expenses, a dissolved partnership, and the biggest recession in many years for their "failure." But thank God they came along and succeeded for a time. I'd finance Jim Zaleski's next creative idea in a minute. The owners of Martini and Nuzzi? I see their vision as black painted walls and beer bucket specials. Maybe a crap sandwich from a poorly performing health department kitchen.

I think the cursed spaces are fewer than the examples of incompetent owners underestimating the business.

If SOMEBODY had a good run there, it may not be the space.

That leaves the strip club/restaurant/brewery/laser hair removal place squarely on the list.

posted by justread on Aug 10, 2015 at 05:18:17 am     #   1 person liked this

Justread - Thanks for the kind words. The Lighthouse property required significant investment. My partner deserves the credit for the rehab and build-out. I was involved in that business 3 or 4 years. That place was successful and a lot of fun.

posted by jimavolt on Aug 10, 2015 at 08:04:10 am     #   2 people liked this

I had my wedding reception there. The staff were wonderful to work with.

posted by Anniecski on Aug 10, 2015 at 08:53:06 am     #  

Drove by American City Diner today, Closed with a sign saying something else is coming soon.

posted by jhop on Sep 09, 2015 at 02:32:09 pm     #  

The old winwell, irish eyes, etc. etc. has a new sign up:

Tony Peakes Bar and Grill

For those who are wondering, yes, he is part of Al Peakes and Sons so at least the food costs should be low. I will leave my opinion about their business practices out of it and just wish them well but naming the bar after yourself gives you an idea of how they view themselves in my opinion.

posted by Xbuckeyex on Sep 09, 2015 at 02:35:57 pm     #  

Xbuckeyex posted at 03:35:57 PM on Sep 09, 2015:

The old winwell, irish eyes, etc. etc. has a new sign up:

Tony Peakes Bar and Grill

For those who are wondering, yes, he is part of Al Peakes and Sons so at least the food costs should be low. I will leave my opinion about their business practices out of it and just wish them well but naming the bar after yourself gives you an idea of how they view themselves in my opinion.

I am unfazed by the naming.

Mancy's, Gradkowski's, Dale's, cocina de carlos, tony packos....

posted by endcycle on Sep 09, 2015 at 02:57:36 pm     #   3 people liked this

Well maybe Peakes then.....Either way best of luck to them. Gonna need it.

posted by Xbuckeyex on Sep 09, 2015 at 03:13:01 pm     #  

Xbuckeyex posted at 03:35:57 PM on Sep 09, 2015:

The old winwell, irish eyes, etc. etc. has a new sign up:

Tony Peakes Bar and Grill

For those who are wondering, yes, he is part of Al Peakes and Sons so at least the food costs should be low. I will leave my opinion about their business practices out of it and just wish them well but naming the bar after yourself gives you an idea of how they view themselves in my opinion.

I get it. They are a bit hard to miss in a crowded restaurant, on purpose.

posted by ahmahler on Sep 09, 2015 at 08:32:46 pm     #  

ahmahler posted at 08:32:46 PM on Sep 09, 2015:
Xbuckeyex posted at 03:35:57 PM on Sep 09, 2015:

The old winwell, irish eyes, etc. etc. has a new sign up:

Tony Peakes Bar and Grill

For those who are wondering, yes, he is part of Al Peakes and Sons so at least the food costs should be low. I will leave my opinion about their business practices out of it and just wish them well but naming the bar after yourself gives you an idea of how they view themselves in my opinion.

I get it. They are a bit hard to miss in a crowded restaurant, on purpose.

Scouting update.... avoid this place at all costs.

Dark, empty bar, with no ambiance. There were 8 people in on a tuesday night and the 2 bartenders still had a hard time keeping up. The food was comically bad and the whole place smells like grease.

Put this place on the death watch, Winter is coming and they won't survive. (unless Mr Peake takes a loss for a while.

posted by glasscityguy on Nov 05, 2015 at 01:11:13 am     #  

"Hmm. I know... the former Hot Dog Charlies/Mama's Kitchen/Scrubs Pub and Grub on Glendale."

This location was also Sandy's and a Hardee's back in the day.

posted by buckeye278 on Nov 05, 2015 at 10:20:04 am     #  

A couple previously cursed locations where the current restaurants seem to be doing fine...

Five Guys, Conant and Chesterfield in Maumee. It was Sisters Chicken, Mark Pi's Express, Gabby's Shakes & Steaks, another place similar to Gabby's, then Fazoli's.

La Fiesta across the street. It was Original Pancake House, Bradley's(?), vacant for years, Ralphie's, a short-lived debacle called Stingy Lulu's, then El Azteca.

posted by mixman on Nov 05, 2015 at 02:14:46 pm     #  

Five guys is a new build. The fast food Italian place had been there for years and sat empty for years.

Strangely enough that 5 guys was closed for for a couple of months earlier in the year.

posted by SensorG on Nov 05, 2015 at 02:45:37 pm     #  

glasscityguy posted at 01:11:13 AM on Nov 05, 2015:
ahmahler posted at 08:32:46 PM on Sep 09, 2015:
Xbuckeyex posted at 03:35:57 PM on Sep 09, 2015:

The old winwell, irish eyes, etc. etc. has a new sign up:

Tony Peakes Bar and Grill

For those who are wondering, yes, he is part of Al Peakes and Sons so at least the food costs should be low. I will leave my opinion about their business practices out of it and just wish them well but naming the bar after yourself gives you an idea of how they view themselves in my opinion.

I get it. They are a bit hard to miss in a crowded restaurant, on purpose.

Scouting update.... avoid this place at all costs.

Dark, empty bar, with no ambiance. There were 8 people in on a tuesday night and the 2 bartenders still had a hard time keeping up. The food was comically bad and the whole place smells like grease.

Put this place on the death watch, Winter is coming and they won't survive. (unless Mr Peake takes a loss for a while.

You know, I've been following this thread quietly, and trying to figure out which place you all have been talking about. I had lunch at QQ Kitchen the other day, and it just hit me this afternoon along with my afternoon bourbon. Sure, Winwell's, now Peaks.

I didn't know it was open.

posted by madjack on Nov 05, 2015 at 02:56:59 pm     #  

A double switch, as well-The former Paddy Jacks on Heatherdown's is now called "second base". I believe there is another bar by the same name elsewhere in town, unsure if there's a connection. Anyhoo, their gimmick is women in bikini tops serving burgers. The name "second base" may or may not pass as humor regarding boobs.

Across the street the former Trotter's Tavern is now called Dzia's Irish pub. Menu looks...Irish. Seem to be big Notre Dame fans. There does not seem to be any ironic dome references here, which alone, may warrant a future visit.

posted by ahmahler on Nov 05, 2015 at 03:09:36 pm     #  

"ocations" ?? This thread title itself is cursed .....

Pretty much the whole of 419 is cursed .. at least per EconCat88 ... which is reflected in this website's disabling of the "Like" button feature... :)

A lot of the strip malls on S Reynolds road is my contribution to "cursed locations"

posted by LoveToledoAndImNotCrazy on Nov 06, 2015 at 01:30:52 am     #  

Pretty much the whole of 419 is cursed .. at least per EconCat88 ... which is reflected in this website's disabling of the "Like" button feature

Like.

Had to be done.

posted by madjack on Nov 06, 2015 at 10:49:11 am     #  

I'm surprised no one has mentioned the old big boy on Summit. It was a big boy for years but once they closed a lot of restaurants went in to only make it for a few months

posted by classylady on Nov 06, 2015 at 04:15:17 pm     #  

classylady posted at 04:15:17 PM on Nov 06, 2015:

I'm surprised no one has mentioned the old big boy on Summit. It was a big boy for years but once they closed a lot of restaurants went in to only make it for a few months

I remember that, I still say if they reopened it as a Big Boy it would do fine there, never gonna happen but I think it would. The Point is weird like that though, everyone will go to a new restaurant for about a month then back to their normal dives.

posted by MIJeff on Nov 07, 2015 at 02:47:07 am     #  

@madjack "It had to be done" ...
I don't follow .... Why??

posted by LoveToledoAndImNotCrazy on Nov 07, 2015 at 12:05:24 pm     #  

Has Amango on Monroe closed? I think it was a breakfast joint before then. I don't think it's been open for the past couple of weeks.

posted by inga on Nov 10, 2015 at 07:05:52 pm     #  

inga posted at 07:05:52 PM on Nov 10, 2015:

Has Amango on Monroe closed? I think it was a breakfast joint before then. I don't think it's been open for the past couple of weeks.

That's really sad. :( They had a killer banh mi sandwich.

Prior to being amango they were a Charlie's coney location for a lot of years. Don't think that would count as cursed - it's a pretty decent location, lots of businesses and lunch / dinner traffic around.

posted by endcycle on Nov 11, 2015 at 08:59:04 am     #  

MIJeff posted at 02:47:07 AM on Nov 07, 2015:
classylady posted at 04:15:17 PM on Nov 06, 2015:

I'm surprised no one has mentioned the old big boy on Summit. It was a big boy for years but once they closed a lot of restaurants went in to only make it for a few months

I remember that, I still say if they reopened it as a Big Boy it would do fine there, never gonna happen but I think it would. The Point is weird like that though, everyone will go to a new restaurant for about a month then back to their normal dives.

I think Classylady was referring to the one by the high-level bridge.

(speaking of, across the street- the high level cafe is open. I haven't been yet)

posted by endcycle on Nov 11, 2015 at 09:01:19 am     #  

I'm really surprised that old big boy is still empty. I toured it 5 years ago soon after it was completely abandoned by the previous tenants who had turned it into a Greek diner.

Kitchen is huge and at least then was working. Interior needed to be updated but in general it was almost turnkey ready.

Huge parking lot, reasonably great location and a ton of traffic. Yet it's just sat there empty all this time. Still has the Greek restaurant's specials on the marquee.

From what I recall the rent wasn't crazy. Odd...

posted by upso on Nov 11, 2015 at 10:22:53 am     #  

Why does the Budapest on Monroe seem untouched? Closed several years ago but remains unchanged. Was great in it's day.

posted by gunz1 on Nov 11, 2015 at 12:36:24 pm     #  

I think the children of the owners (who for a time ran the place, towards the end) still live in the building? At least thats what I've been told.

posted by upso on Nov 11, 2015 at 03:12:54 pm     #  

gunz1 posted at 12:36:24 PM on Nov 11, 2015:

Why does the Budapest on Monroe seem untouched? Closed several years ago but remains unchanged. Was great in it's day.

There was a for-sale sign for some time. Haven't been by in a while, so might not be there anymore.

posted by endcycle on Nov 11, 2015 at 04:06:01 pm     #  

inga posted at 07:05:52 PM on Nov 10, 2015:

Has Amango on Monroe closed? I think it was a breakfast joint before then. I don't think it's been open for the past couple of weeks.

It's been closed since at least April for "remodeling," according to a sign posted on the door. Wanted to compare it to Pho Vietnam on Upton. Might not get that chance.

posted by Muddy on Nov 19, 2015 at 04:04:58 am     #  

Muddy posted at 04:04:58 AM on Nov 19, 2015:
inga posted at 07:05:52 PM on Nov 10, 2015:

Has Amango on Monroe closed? I think it was a breakfast joint before then. I don't think it's been open for the past couple of weeks.

It's been closed since at least April for "remodeling," according to a sign posted on the door. Wanted to compare it to Pho Vietnam on Upton. Might not get that chance.

How's Pho doing on Upton? Wife and I went once like a year ago. Food was great, service was a lady who looked completely out of her depth. :)

posted by endcycle on Nov 19, 2015 at 10:33:14 am     #  

Looks like we get to combine a few favorite restaurant thread topics-the former Paddy Jacks/ Second Base (Ken Pompora) location at Reynolds and Hetherdowns will once again rise from the ashes as a New Mexican Restaurant-Limones.

posted by ahmahler on May 24, 2016 at 07:03:20 pm     #  

ahmahler posted at 08:03:20 PM on May 24, 2016:

Looks like we get to combine a few favorite restaurant thread topics-the former Paddy Jacks/ Second Base (Ken Pompora) location at Reynolds and Hetherdowns will once again rise from the ashes as a New Mexican Restaurant-Limones.

Oh for the love....

posted by dell_diva on May 24, 2016 at 07:37:46 pm     #   2 people liked this

ahmahler posted at 08:03:20 PM on May 24, 2016:

Looks like we get to combine a few favorite restaurant thread topics-the former Paddy Jacks/ Second Base (Ken Pompora) location at Reynolds and Hetherdowns will once again rise from the ashes as a New Mexican Restaurant-Limones.

Don't forget 32 Degrees. Between Paddy Jack's and Second Base.

Judging by the speed at which the new sign went up, I'm going to assume it's another Ken Pompora venture. As such I will avoid at all costs.

posted by slowsol on May 25, 2016 at 09:12:25 am     #  

Who keeps letting this jackass open/run restaurants? It's one failed attempt after another. The only successful place he ever had was Jed's and he ran that into the ground fast.

posted by steve155 on May 25, 2016 at 09:52:44 am     #  

Hopefully Brian Gump has nothing to do with it...

posted by Mike21 on May 25, 2016 at 10:06:10 am     #  

I wonder if it's a tax issue (employee witholding or state). Might close and change names/location when the kitchen gets too hot.

posted by Trilby on May 25, 2016 at 10:07:32 am     #  

How about the diner on Erie and Adams. Was originally the Galaxy diner when I started working downtown in the 90's and has closed and changed names many times. Last business operating there was the Lunch Hour which had great food for a reasonable price. I loved their taco salad's and they had breakfast available all the time. Has been shuttered for probably close to five years now.

Another cursed location is the old Martini and Nuzzy's but I think that's just a bad location.

I can't believe Ken Pompora can get financing to keep openings restaurants.

posted by classylady on May 25, 2016 at 10:10:27 am     #  

Another cursed location is the old Martini and Nuzzy's but I think that's just a bad location.

Are you referring to the location on Heatherdowns? If so, I would say, that is a head scratcher-that place had been unbelievably busy for the better part of the last 5+ years. It's very close to our house and I would always marvel at the insane amount of cars in the parking lot at all hours. That business seems to have dwindled based on the parking lot as I drive by (not as accurate as getting out and peering into the window)-It seems the crowd has shifted over to "Next Door" (in the old Pasta Fina location). Anyone have any idea what happened?

posted by ahmahler on May 25, 2016 at 10:15:53 am     #  

I think she means the downtown one. It was a couple places (Ole Tacos, 329) after Diva and before Martini & Nuzzi's.

Yeah, the Heatherdowns (Garden Rd) location has been busy every weekend I've been there - actually get too crowded for me, if that's possible - but I only go twice a year so there are obviously people more in the know.

posted by mixman on May 25, 2016 at 10:51:07 am     #  

On the revolving door 32 Degrees/Paddy Jack's/Second Base location, Limones might actually have the best chances at success. Toledo has a ton of Mexican restaurants and the south Reynolds strip (between Angola and the turnpike) currently has none. You've got Blue Agave Margarita Bar, but their menu is small and mostly American. The area is becoming a sort of an ethnic restaurant destination with BM Chen, Thai Basil, Golden Lily, Tandoor, Oasis, Mr Gyro's, and to a lesser extent, Olive Garden and Nick's Café. Welcome to the neighborhood, Limones.

posted by mixman on May 25, 2016 at 01:16:24 pm     #  

I was referring to the M&N location on Huron downtown, not the Maumee location. Too bad they didn't do well, cheap place to drink (I know martini's were around $12 but twice the size you get at most bars) and food was good.

posted by classylady on May 25, 2016 at 02:24:12 pm     #  

Update to the cursed location on Secor across from Elder-Beerman: the former Winwell's / Irish Eyes / Peake's empty storefront has a new sign taped to the door. Some kind of Japanese grill ... coming soon! Let's hope it's not also "closing soon!"

posted by viola on May 04, 2017 at 01:42:40 pm     #  

And the cursed location of the old Diva on Huron is opening back up tomorrow as Cilantro. I wish them well and it will be nice to have a place to grab a late night bite to eat on weekends.

Some neighbors went to their soft grand opening a couple weeks ago during the art loop and they had a limited menu that night but said the food was great and their menu prices sound reasonable.

posted by classylady on May 04, 2017 at 03:55:40 pm     #  

I'm hoping the rain eases up by tonight. I'd like to check out Cilantro. I am craving Poco Loco but know that place will be packed due to Cinco De Mayo

posted by jamesteroh on May 05, 2017 at 10:11:16 am     #  

Yeah, I was just thinking the same thing!

posted by upso on May 05, 2017 at 11:03:45 am     #