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Saturday, June 05, 2010


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Such a cool shot & very Tim Burtonesque!

Janis  Dority

Looks delicious! This is just the type of building and signage that attract me to a new place...different.
I am a big fan of interesting fonts as well so there you go , funky font=fine food!
Have a great weekend!


What a funky place! I love it--your description is great, too. Happy Reflections!

barbara farr

Wonderful shot. I wonder if the inside is as funky as the outside.


I'm with Beth - funky is the best adjective. I like that you have captured reflections from many angles - it gives the image dimension.


It is a cool shot, great reflections!


Ha, convenient for bloggers always to have that excuse for going to and into nice places. Enjoy for investigation inside Fishbones. :)


Wow! This looks like a fun place. I'd like to see the inside too. Cool shot!


ca donne envie d y faire un tour ;O)

Alex Helms

I went to Fishbones after searching the city for interesting cuisine at a reasonable price. I finally found this place on my way home. I walked in and immediately loved the atmosphere. It is a modern style artistic pub. I went and had a seat at a bar. The service was a little slow but the bar was full and I fully understood. I ordered a sweet tea and the shrimp and grits. It came to the table 5 mins later blazing hot. Within the first bite I knew that I would be returning. The shrimp was perfectly cooked and the grits were cheesy and delicious. I asked to see the menu again and I looked for what I will be ordering next time. The thing that caught my eye was the chicken fired pork loin sandwich with the burgundy-veal demi-glaze. The sides are fantastic as well. Blacked Green Beans, Black beans, cheddar grits, and more. The food is fantastic. The atmosphere is fun. All in all I would give it a 9/10

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