This month’s Janie Day was at The Grape Leaf, a “Pan-Mediterranean” restaurant.
The sadness is that they don’t serve liquor but, if they’re Muslim, that makes sense. And the food is intoxicatingly delicious, so who needs booze, really?
Sara parked in “a municipal parking lot” that I pointed out is actually a church parking lot. She was all, “The lot’s empty and if they’re real Christians they won’t mind.” Fair enough, and it’s her car, so there we were.
The happiness is that we went down these stairs to reach the sidewalk.
“River City” is the nickname Louisville, Kentucky calls itself.
So we went to the restaurant.
The following gallery is lamp-heavy for Joey!
Alas, the gyro wasn’t vegetarian. Gyros are my secret sin. I generally don’t mind eating meat, but baby animals are just wrong. To me, now: YMMV. I have a gyro maybe once a year, and it’s always the lamb/beef mix. Yes, I am ashamed. I own it.
It was delicious.
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A WRITING PROMPT FROM ME TO YOU: Write about a grape leaf. Or a fig leaf. Real or metaphorical.