Woodzy wrote:Flagstaff, Arizona! Tons and tons of rock climbing and an amazing outdoors town. What a typical Flagstaff resident wears- Chacos, Prana pants, and some sort of North Face jacket
peladoboton wrote:i think you two make a great couple, personally
(i'll get back to work, sorry)
Dow Williams wrote: Better not drink a beer or coffee in public.
MoapaPk wrote:Dow Williams wrote: Better not drink a beer or coffee in public.
Oddly enough, you can buy beer, wine or hard spirits in an <appropriately licensed> restaurant in Utah, even on a Sunday. I had a beer and a cup of coffee in the same meal at Ruby's Inn two Sundays back.
My joke fell on its face. The Chuckarama is a low-end buffet in St George; by "organic origin" I meant "came from living things."
Dow Williams wrote:Moapa, your joke, as soft as it was, did land here for what it is worth to you...I just used it to take the opportunity to point out that there is some weird liquor law in this town that prevents drinking on a patio. Oscars in Springdale or Greg's place out by us (Coyote Gulch-Kayenta) are the only places we can sit outside and drink a beer. Way too non-interested to figure out what it is since I have my own damn patio and spend half my time in Vegas or Springdale anyway. St. George, for its population, has the worse dining options of any western town I have ever visited, not just lived. Not why I am here obviously or it would matter. Google restaurant options on your next visit, you will discover they actually give reviews on their fast food places. Before we lived here we ran the tri state marathon and discovered that factual gem.
SpiderSavage wrote:If it's the food you want, You're stuck with LA. It's the whole world of food here.
Sounds like you've tried everywhere.
I'd like to suggest Merano, Italy. Works for Reinhold. Lovely place.
peladoboton wrote:i dont drink, but i have watched plenty of my mates get sloshed on patios in spots all over SLC..
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