Monday, June 27, 2005

Dover Dish

While I was waiting for the light to change at the intersection at Washington St and Central Ave this afternoon I saw "Koz", the owner of the Crescent City Bistro, in his trademark blond ponytail and a very bright, rainbow colored tie-dyed t-shirt crossing in front of my car carrying a couple of pizza boxes from La Festa Brick and Brew. I got a big kick out of it and explained to my girl that the guy who looked like a hippie owns and runs what is widely considered the best restaurant in town (should make that restaurants because I think I like his other restaurant, the Orchard Street Chop Shop, even better than CCB) and he was apparently grabbing lunch from the place up the street. It was just kind of funny to see him unlocking the door to his restaurant with those pizza boxes in his hand. The banner hanging under the window of CCB did say they serve lunch from Wednesday to Saturday. Today is Monday. Guess that makes it pizza day. I wonder if he eats Moe's on Tuesdays?

2 comments:

Bob said...

I still ain't gone to the Chop Shop...but I love the pizza at La Festa!

Pam said...

I love the pizza at La Festa too. I haven't tried the garlic knot kind yet.
The Chop Shop is the perfect choice for a romantic evening out. I took Chosen there for his birthday this year. That was back in February when it was all cold and icy. They sat us at a table right next to the fireplace. :)
I'd like to go back again for dinner up at the bar. They serve the full downstairs menu and also a lighter (and less pricey) menu.