Culinary Compositions

August 1, 2006


Filed under: Uncategorized — berndi @ 7:51 pm

At Iggy’s, there was a lot to talk about. The atmosphere was calm, but you can picture bunches and bunches of people there, because the brick walls, for some reason, made it seem that way! Plus, they had a large counter, making it seem like they had many people at some points in the day. There was a lot of writing on the walls, probably from recent, artistic customers. The interesting thing about it was that all the dishes were named after old famous movies. In fact, one of the meals was called Nemo, and another Rocky! At Iggy’s, there was a large selection of healthy, fresh food, as we read about from the restaurant critiques posted on the back wall. You could a dish that was healthy, or something that was just plain delicious, like some ice cream. There were many interesting pictures on the walls, mostly movie advertisements, old ones. And I hadn’t heard of a single one! I only had the ice cream, but I could tell that the food there was scrumptious! But the decor was kind of strange, not that strange is bad. One table was made out of an old trunk, with a glass top! I would definitely suggest Iggy’s to anyone.




  1. Jack:

    I really enjoyed revising this posting with you. You have some great ideas and a pretty good grasp of the language to put such pictures into my head.

    Nice writing!

    Mr. C.

    Comment by pcryderman8 — August 2, 2006 @ 1:42 am | Reply

  2. Jack:

    The strawberry ice cream photo is a plus!

    Mr. C.

    Comment by pcryderman8 — August 2, 2006 @ 2:53 pm | Reply

  3. I like that you included a picture!

    Comment by Ms. Goodrich — August 3, 2006 @ 1:50 am | Reply

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