R.R. Bridge Fisher

Breakfast on Shrewsbury Street

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12 hours ago, R.R. Bridge Fisher said:

Big meatball 

For breakfast? I'd be lucky to get through the coffee. :laugh:

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47 mins ago, bdowning said:

For breakfast? I'd be lucky to get through the coffee. :laugh:

Bill, this is Shrewsbury Street, pretty much everything comes with a big meatball and tomato sauce. :laugh:

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1 hour ago, bob_G said:

Bill, this is Shrewsbury Street, pretty much everything comes with a big meatball and tomato sauce. :laugh:

Sorry, I'm not very ejudicated in the lore of the Woohstah tribe. :p

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17 hours ago, bdowning said:

Sorry, I'm not very ejudicated in the lore of the Woohstah tribe. :p

Really ? Seems to me you speak the Woostah pretty well even spellteded it pretty good.:joke:

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45 mins ago, bdowning said:

I cant hold a candle to the G brothers. :witty:

 

Even though we both liked meatballs, my brother grew fond of Neapolitan style cooking and frequented the Shrewsbury St area and loved the Italian meat ball. 

 

On the other hand, I preferred the Svenka style meatball and spent a fair amount of time in the Quinsig Village area dining on Swedish meatballs. 

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Just now, WorcBoy said:

Nothing like a veal or chicken parm sandwich with home fries at 2am after the bars close. In my youth of course. 

 

Me too. Back in the early 70s we'd hit Parkway around 2am for their famous "drinking man's" meatball sandwich.  A giant meatball with gravy on 2 sliced of Italian bread. $0.99.

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