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Art’s Cafe at 9th and Irving here in SF, is something to behold. One row of 10-12 seats right down the middle makes up the entire seating area of the cafe, the other half being the grill and etc. You’ll be sitting a foot away from the best Grill-master you’ll ever see and his wife (the owners) who’ll fill your coffee almost faster than you can drink.
While all this makes it a very cozy and comfortable place to eat, the important part as we all know is the food. Oh, the food.
I won’t lie, I haven’t tried much of their Breakfast Diner / Korean menu because I can’t drag myself away from their Hashbrown Sandwich. A Hashbrown sheet filled with cheese, onions, your choice of meat, and folded over itself with a side of eggs your-style and toast.
Is there a word stronger than “de-fucking-licious”? Think about it while you watch this little tribute I put together. Enjoy.
Preparing for the greatness that is Art’s. Hashbrown sandwich with sausage, eggs sunny side up, and a coffee, please.
(Pictured is Bulgogi hash brown sandwich with eggs on top and rice instead of toast. Sauce is gochujang – korean fermented chili bbq sauce.)
Just found out a customer named his Grandson after me… whoa! Go get ‘em Caleb Michael!!
iPhone as a genius marketing tool?
Useful? Probably not. Possible? Absolutely. As a matter of fact, it’s here.
While new ways to advertise to us usually don’t make me happy, this new technology is quite cool. The ability to walk up to any interface and control it with your iPhone is something with HUGE potential. I just hope someone jumps on this and makes it useful to us.
Imagine: Walking into In&Out and ordering your whole meal from next to the napkins. Or buying movie tickets and snacks then picking them all up at once. Or when you are looking at clothes, being able to see them in full controllable 3d before you even have to try them on.
Sure some would say this is just a way to make us lazier, but I think it’s a way to make us more productive with less work, thus increasing our ability to go do stuff that really matters. Or so I hope.