Monday, February 5, 2007

Poo-Teen in NYC

So, i was walking home from my Dad's place last night and saw the front of the National Post had a giant poutine with the headline 'will poutine take over Manhatten?'. I wanted it sooo badly.... Realising that i didn't have a loonie and scratching at the glass wouldn't suffice, i rushed home eager to find the article online. I really wanted to know how the poutine would take over Manhatten. And did this mean Québec could take over all of the US east coast, or better, the west coast too?

After being locked out of the house all night (on, of course, what felt like the coldest night this season), i found the article. Who pays for news anymore anyways?

The restaurant that is opening up doesn't sound very interesting. Actually, it sounds kind of cheesy. Shelves made out of canoes? a 'maple' bar downstairs and the 'canoe club' upstairs? Waiters wearing antlers? ok. i made that one up... but come on!

7 comments:

jasmine said...

Can you go buy me a poutine? Oh and sorry for locking you out... Forgot my cell...

Jeannette said...

Hmmm, reminds me of a certain Beaver bar is Paris....

Anonymous said...

omg is there vegetarian poutine? so many issues i haven't thought about

brAd

J said...

usually poutine is vegetarian, considering real gravy isn't always used. You just have to ask. Powdered gravies are 85% vegetarian, and canned gravies are never vegetarian.

La Belle Province... vegetarian

J said...

Yeah. haha. I remember the beaver bar. 7 Euros for a 330ml beer.

Jazzophile said...

Man, that makes all of us poutine lovers sound like retards. Maple bar? really?
wow.

way to cheese it up!

Reese said...

mmmm, I miss poutine..