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Name: Judge Vardigan
Email: thebench@fudcourt.com
Date: Jan 16, 2001 5:57 p.m. PST
Location: San Francisco

Comments:

Armadillo Joe, your question about late-night eats is an important one. We don't have the great and abundant diners of the East (New York City, at least). But I can recommend the Baghdad Cafe at 2295 Market Street (up there on Upper Market, nearing Castro Street). 24 hours, and pretty good food the one time I ate there. And pretty near your apartment!

 


Name: Iletthedogs Out
Email: muttsnacher@yahoo.com
Date: Jan 15, 2001 5:05 p.m. PST
Location: Pinole, CA

Comments:

Dose anyone know of a good place to sell half a dog??? Perhaps I shall ask Andy!


Name: Joe Howard
Email: armadillojoe@yahoo.com
Date: Jan 8, 2001 3:38 p.m. PST
Location: Guerrero Beach, NJ

Comments:

When In San Fran I am often faced with the issue of where to get the late night snack, especially after the bars kick my drunk ass out. I have been graced with the late night treasures of Sparky's on Church, and the Lucky Penny just off Geary. What other late night choices are there other than the Skillet's at Lennies?



Name: Dan Tice
Email: Daniel_Tice@hotmail.com
Date: Dec 15, 2000 09:02 PST
Location: Somewhere in the Bowels of L.A.

Comments:

I found a human arm on my porch this morning. Next to a series of gnaw marks was your web address. I am deeply concerned.



Name: The Judges
Email: thebench@fudcourt.com
Date: Dec 8, 2000 11:38 p.m. PST
Location: SF

Comments:

Due to technical difficulties, the most recent postings have been deleted. Forever. We apologize for this mishap and invite those affected to post again. Sorry!


Name: Timothy
Email: sakebomb2000@yahoo.com
Date: Nov 28, 2000 2:28 p.m. PST
Location: SF

Comments:

Go to VALs in Castro Valley/Hayward. Home of the one poundburger. Excellent shakes. Classic truck stop dive. In & Out has nothing on them.



Name: Irene R. Herring
Email: sjcoffee@rockisland.com
Date: Nov 26, 2000 7:13 p.m. PST
Location: Friday Harbor, WA

Comments:

Forget that last request guys - I found my answer at the end of your review. Thanks so much. Can't wait to try the pastrami.



Name: Irene Herring
Email: sjcoffee@rockisland.com
Date: Nov 26, 2000 7:09 p.m. PST
Location: Friday Harbor, WA

Comments:

Okay, so, I saw your verdict regarding the 2nd Ave. Deli Pastrami - Sounds wonderful. How do I order some? Help - we live in Washington state (originally from New Jersey). Having a hard time finding really good pastrami out here. Thanks for your help. Irene


Name: manning
Email: mariastroh@aol.com
Date: Nov 17, 2000 10:09 p.m. PST
Location: somewhere good

Comments:

let's go to Alice's. We want a bib.



Name: Roger Atwater
Email: ratwater@pokey.com
Date: Nov 14, 2000 4:52 p.m. PST
Location: Davis, CA

Comments:

I can't believe you haven't reviewed In N Out burger. Nothing compares to that tasty morsel. I've eaten at Joe's Cable Car and, while it is pretty good, it's got nothing on the In N Out, baby! I've even gotten a couple vegetarians to not only take a bite of an In N Out, but to say that they liked it. And I didn't even have to tie them up or anything. Don't play the fud snobs and come down on it cuz it's a fast food place.



Name: Douglas Kiebler
Email: dkeibler@nethome.com
Date: Nov 1, 2000 5:11 p.m. PST
Location: SF, CA

Comments:

Why don't you boys come visit my place, Pete's BBQ on Mission at 20th? We've got great ribs, succulent bbq chicken (slow-roasted in our custom broilers) and a honey-baked ham that'll put hair on all your chests...or redistribute the hair, so those of you with too much will lose some and those of you with none will get a follicle or two. Our chicken dinner is $5.95 and comes with a 1/4 of incredible, moist bbq bird, your choice of some truly great sides (bean salad, green salad, cole slaw, macaroni), a fresh roll and a baked potato.


Name: Fifi
Email: fifi67@telusplanet.net
Date: Oct 30, 2000 07:21 PST
Location: Downtown L.A.

Comments:

Hey! Where? I've been through your entire site and I didn't see a man chewing on a human arm! Fork it over!



Name: Martin Ruppert
Email: ruppert@datacomm.ch
Date: Oct 25, 2000 08:45 PDT
Location: Frenkendorf (Switzerland), Munich (Germany), Charlotte (NC), Chicago (IL), Micco (FL)

Comments:

Great site!!! Next time I'll visit S.F. I will make sure to check out some places you 'corn dogged' ;o) Keep it going!!! Martin



Name: Diane Kevlar
Email: dkevlar@bitnet.com
Date: Oct 23, 2000 09:48 PDT
Location: Capp Valley, CA

Comments:

i was surfing the web yesterday when i came across your depiction of a man gnawing on a human arm. i am insenced and will be reporting you two the proper athorities.



Name: The Füd Court
Email: thebench@fudcourt.com
Date: Oct 21, 2000 01:06 PDT
Location: San Francisco

Comments:

Welcome, readers-eaters, to the Füd Court Forum. Don't hold back.

-- The Judges


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