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A San Francisco Girl's Down and Dirty Adventures in the Culinary Playground

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

When I'm Not in a Restaurant... can generally find me on a stage. And that's pretty much what I've been doing for the past month, hence the Buckeye review drawn from the archives of my mind since I haven't had the time to eat anywhere new. I did manage to hit Zuni twice last week, but a) I live around the corner and b) they are open late. I also squeezed in a trip to Pizzeria Delfina with my soul sista. Otherwise, I have not been doing my name justice as of late.

And now, in a bit of shameless self promotion, I present you with the vital info. you would need should you decide to see how I've been spending that time. See the flyer above for the deets, provided you're willing to drive to the Creek. You won't see me eating, but you will see me acting like a tart, singing, dancing and kissing a man who is not my husband. Blackmail material if there ever was some.

And if you do make it to the show, please stay and say hello. And bring me some take-out if you can.


"To eat is a necessity. To eat intelligently is an art."
-- La Rochefoucauld

***Update 2/10/06: Tickets are now more than 50% sold for every night of the run, so if you haven't bought any yet, buy them NOW!***


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Damn it, woman! My mom lives two towns over but I won't be there until the week after your show closes. A shame, because so far your site has seemed to be the most informative by far about what's happening in the Bay Area restaurant scene these days. Break a leg, honey.

2/08/2006 9:53 PM  
Blogger Joy said...

Spread 'em -- Actually, we are likely going to be extended until the 25th, and probably all the way until 4/1, so there is hope for you.

2/08/2006 9:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, that's nice. Don't worry, I'm not a stalker (really), it's just great to see people have an enthusiasm for what they do as well as an appreciation and an eye (or palate) for what's done well. Plus replying to your posts has been the most fun I've had writing all week. And I'm simply drooling at the prospect of having good Italian food again.

2/10/2006 11:02 AM  

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