I’m pretty psyched about a few recent restaurant happenings. Two for now:
Stanley’s Hamburgers just opened in the Jewelry District. They sport a classy, cartoony, greasy decor, the usual burgers and seafood, and a really solid veggie burger to boot. (And a website that sometimes actually loads.) They’re open til 2am every night, and make for great post-Nick-a-Nee’s grub.
Also, Victoria’s has opened at 184 Ives Street. Having lived within a few blocks of there for the last 5+ years, I’ve seen a number of spots fail miserably: Ives St. Pizza, that weird coffee shop, the Ethan Ris/Richard Pacheco campaign HQ, and, most recently Amici’s.
Victoria’s seems like the first place that might actually last: a menu that makes sense, delivery, 2am close — and even cigars and cigs, for folks who indulge in such nonsense.
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YO victoria’s thin-crust wheat-crust pizza is DABOMBDOTCOM
yeah, trevor’s — couldn’t remember the name. didn’t even know they had pizza there. and then amici’s didn’t even serve coffee.
And how about that new noodle place on Ives, delicious!
what weird coffee shop? you mean trevor’s? i liked that place! although i didn’t like the seating or the ikeaness of it, they had pretty good pizza and sweet tea.