We need a chocolate bar in Baltimore
Thank you for being so patient with my non-food-related detours. To make up for it, I'll post one about a chocolate bar in Paris.
I think we need one here.
I learned about it this morning when I got an e-mail with the subject line "I'm really interesting by your Blog."
Most of you would wisely delete that e-mail without opening it, right, because you would know it contained a virus?
Hey, this is my work computer. ...
I realized the writer didn't speak very good English. Not because of that, but because she said, "I like the seriousness, the quality and the various articles of your blog and that's why I added it to our friends' list."
She obviously isn't reading Dining@Large.
Also, if you go to the friends' list she's talking about, there's no link to Dining@Large. Do you think we're the Food Trend Blog?
But I love the concept of a chocolate bar. There was one in Evanston when I visited Gailor the first time. (It's since closed.) Instead of alcohol -- or maybe including certain kinds of alcohol like Godiva Chocolate Liqueur and chocolate martinis -- you serve expensive chocolate drinks and sell candy, all in an intimate lounge atmosphere.I would walk through 30 inches of snow to get to one right now.