Good and Gristly
Weeds and trash litter the parking lot. The building is sagging and faded. Would you eat here? I did, and it was one of the best meals I've had in recent months. I can't stop thinking about the memorable sandwich. It seemed as if a frantic chef, unprepared for an actual customer, tossed random ingredients between two slices of toasted bread. Fat tomato slices, onion chunks and a Tabasco-laced sauce covered an enormous slab of breaded mystery meat. It looked inedible. It was delicious. The only drawback, aside from the sauce stains on my clothes, was the occasional mouthful of bony gristle. At least that's what I hope it was. I'm not proud, Blue Parkway restaurant. I'll be back.