Wednesday, February 19, 2014

A Legend Blesses The Supreme Plate

 To some Graffiti is nothing more than someone scribbling their moniker on a wall or somewhere they don't own, ruining the value of whatever surrounds it. To those narrow minded individuals I have a few choice words but will refrain from taking that path here. While our storefront has been under construction, we have had the great pleasure of playing host to a few visionaries of sorts to help us culminate our project or better yet, our dream.

Recently the walls in our store were graced with a different form of hand-skills from the legendary artistic revolutionary, Prime K2S. Prime and the big homie Kev Hash put their fly creative minds together with our newly touched up logo and the results were nothing less than DOPE! BTW no the graffiti wont be staying, but the fly vinyl work will be there forever.

Store Front Sneak Peak

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Quick Store Front Action

Heres a quick peak at the store front until the official signs arrive and are installed... See yall real soon

Monday, November 11, 2013

Culinary Animation - Video

Last Nights Dinner - The Hat - Rancho Cucamonga, CA

The Hat, has been serving up some of the best Pastrami sandwiches since 1951, bar none. Don't let the humble d├ęcor fool you, their food is the business and a must have, especially when the temperature begins to drop. I mean after all isn’t 60° technically freezing for Southern California?

Knife Wielding Chef Chases Dine & Dasher at Chiba Sushi in Canada

Chiba Sushi, Victoria BC.
A sushi chef from Victoria, Canada's Chiba Sushi was not about to let a dine-and-dasher get away with his crime: according to the Vancouver Sun, Ivan Eng chased a man down the road who skipped out on his $64 check "for several minutes" before the police intervened. Oh, and he was carrying his sushi knife the whole time.
Eng chased the man, who turned out to be a serial offender, for a few blocks, telling passing cars to call 911. Police apparently told Eng that next time he should not bring the knife with him when pursuing a criminal, which is probably a good idea. Eng told the Sun he "trusts [the thief] won't come in for dinner again."

Sushi chef Ivan Eng prepares food at Chiba sushi in Victoria on Thursday. Eng chased down a customer who skipped out on a $64 bill and chased him for seven minutes down Gorge Road while telling passing cars to call police.
Photograph by: Adrian Lam , Times Colonist