2.15.2007

I'll Have . . .

. . . the jambalaya and that Yugoslavian assault rifle . . . to go, please. Story. (Somebody help me. Before that restaurant was a Razoo's it was named something else. Probably 10 years ago. I'm going crazy trying to remember. Crazy, I tell ya!!!)

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

New Orlean's Nights?

BSG said...

No, sir, not New Orlean's Night.

Gator said...

Sam's Jam? Something like that. I used to hang out there often, I should remember the name, huh?

BSG said...

I think "Sam's" might be right. And maybe it would have an outdoor concert in the parking lot called "Sam's Jam". Yep, that might be right.

BagOfNothing.com said...

I thought you never leave a comment and we were suppose to be aware of imposters?

;-)

Anonymous said...

out of curiousity did you have to approve your own comments?

and do we still need to be aware of imposters if you are moderating comments?

mzchief said...

To bagofnothing.com...
Seemingly, countless years ago my grandmother taught me that "NEVER" means you don't/wont right up until the moment you DO thus it is ALWAYS best to NEVER say "NEVER".

*;)

Buck said...

Sam's Place.

Anonymous said...

You don't think a liberal would lie to you do you? If your doctor lied to you, would you change doctors?

Anonymous said...

Quite sure that restaurant was built from "scratch" as a Razzoos. During the period of time when a lot of residential, commercial and services were popping up in SW Fort Worth.

Anonymous said...

Fantasy Ranch

BSG said...

No, sir, not Fantasy Ranch.

Anonymous said...

Sam's Glass-Bottomed Boat Ride

Anonymous said...

It was Sams, Q102 had "bring in the weekend" parties there.

Anonymous said...

Babydolls? I know I saw you there Barry. Thanks for the tip.

Anonymous said...

Sams is on the other side of 20.