Small bites: Feeding the hungry in Hugo

Small bites: Feeding the hungry in Hugo

There are 4 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Jul 16, 2008, titled Small bites: Feeding the hungry in Hugo. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

So many people are moving to Hugo it's actually sprouting a dining scene. Until recently, eating out in this tiny 'burb generally meant pizza or dive bars.

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selena

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Jul 17, 2008
wow thats crazy!!!!
lwag290

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Jul 19, 2008
You might want to try a regular cup of coffee not a latte since how much of it is actually coffee????

Great place to eat and relax don't get fooled by this review.
HairyGuy

Santa Paula, CA

#3 Jul 20, 2008
**HG Guide to Dining Out.**
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I think when you eat out you should have a little
fun; it's good for digestion. Simple things!

After a waiter recites a long list of specials, ask him if they serve cow feet.
Issue special instructions. Ask for the French toast, medium rare. Get a pizza with no toppings, hold the crust.

Tell 'em you want eggs: " Fry the whites and poach the yolks." Order a basket of poppy seed rolls and tell them to scrape off the seeds and put them in a separate bowl and heat them to 200 degrees. Keep them busy.

Tell your waiter you want to make a substitution: " Instead of my napkin, I'll have the lobster tails.' See what he says. Ask him if the garnish is free. If it is, tell him all you're having is a large plate of garnish.

Giving your waiter your drink order can be fun. If you're alone, show the guy you're a real man. " Gimme a glass of napalm and paint thinner straight up."

Be individualist; order a gin and hot chocolate.

If you're with a date, be sophisticated. Say, " I'll have a rum and goat juice with a twist of cucumber on dry ice."

Always order your date's drink; that's very romantic. Especially if you're trying to get laid. " The lady will have a martini, a glass of wine, two zombies, and a beer. And do you have any Quaaludes?

When the food arrives, change your mind. Say, "I've changes my mind, waiter. Instead of the roast suckling pig, I believe I'll have a half order of Kellogg's Product 19."

(Above were courtesy of the Late Great George Carlin.)
HairyGuy

Santa Paula, CA

#4 Jul 27, 2008

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