Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> LOL! I came across the CMYK photo long ago.
No you didn't.
> are the feeble-fuck who will long be mocked for
> boasting of powerful google skills and then being
> totally unable to find it. Such a loser.
You'd actually need to prove they exist in order to do that. Otherwise, you just look like a liar. Which, of course, you are.
> Nope. Just sat and waited for you to lie, then
> brought the NWS hammer down.
The NWS data recorded in real time and saved for posterity doesn't support your claims. Why is that?
> LOL! Walked right into another one.
Walked into what? You fucked up and you were mocked for it.
> Same name,
> different sandwich. Thus the $4 difference in
What the fuck are you talking about? I just looked at the Bear Branch Menu and it is the same sandwich and price. If you think the slight variations in the descriptions are of any significance, you are a fucking moron.
Buffalo Chicken Wrap
Buttermilk fried chicken, classic buffalo sauce, shredded iceberg, Jack cheese, tomato, house blue cheese dressing, flour tortilla.
Buffalo Chicken Wrap
Buffalo dipped crispy chicken tenders, Jack cheese, shredded iceberg, sliced tomato & blue cheese dressing in a grilled flour tortilla. Served with choice of side.
You really will lie about everything and anything.
> As I visited The Broad Street on many occasions.
> Ate, drank, threw darts. Even took my kids once
> when the wife was out of town. It was on the west
> side of the street, where 4-P’s is now.
LOL! Now we are bringing in the fake kids to provide some color to the fake story.
So, we have your account not supported by anything at all. Then we have my version of the story that is backed up by unbiased, unvarnished and undisputed evidence.
The Washington Post reported way back in 1999 that the Broad Street Grill was located at 132 W. Broad St.
Gillian Clark has just the sort of menu an adventuring palate ought to create: eclectic but not trendy, with classic dishes too beloved to exclude but as much from the casual tradition (fried squid, chicken satay) and smart fusion (braised veal with rice wine-plum sauce, vegetable and fruit tempura) as from the continental (foie gras, sweetbreads, pan-roasted monkfish, gorgonzola turnovers). You can eat big and bouncy (grilled pork chops, roast chicken, shaved lamb sandwiches and pastrami on rye) or elegant and secretly decadent (grilled scallops with red currant salad, mushroom cassoulet, squash-eggplant-potato napoleon, seared duck breast salad). Even more habit-forming is the price range: It tops out at $20 for the New York strip but most entrees go for less than $15 and the small plates and salads for less than $8. And the prices are the same at dinner as at lunch. Broad Street Grill is at 132 W. Broad St., Falls Church; 703/533-1303.
The old local cable access show "Recipes from the Chef's Kitchen" lists the Broad Street Grill as being at 132 W. Broad Street.
Strange, don't you think, that all these sources confirm what I claim and refute what you claim?
> And as
> you should know by now, I’ve lived in the area
> since the 1960’s.
As I know by now, you'll lie about anything and everything. Maybe you are just an old addled moron with mush for a memory, but your are still wrong about so much.
> > But yeah, like your preferred Weather Station
> > the available menu at Dogwood, I am sure these
> > sources are all wrong and you are telling the
> > truth! LOL!
> Your ‘from time to time’ Orso branzino
> bullshit was repudiated at times when there was in
> fact no such thing on the menu. Period.
Non sequitur, dumbass. The sources refuted your Broad Street Grill blunders.
As for branzino, you repudiated exactly nothing. All evidence proved you lied. Social media posts and reviews from the past indicated it was on the menu from time to time and its recent reappearance confirmed that. You got caught lying again.