Had another foodventure that night. I'm wondering if I should have an actual format for these food posts since they may become a common occurrence as long as music is involved. :P I noticed I didn't really have any sort of organization for my Anvil post because I had written it in a flurry of excitement.
Tigeorge's Chicken, Los Angeles
It was a bit difficult to find because it wasn't that noticeable. The exterior was stark. I almost thought it was a liquor store. I didn't know what to expect after passing by the barred windows on the way to the entrance. The interior looked nothing like the outside. It was bright and colorful; everyone looked like they were relaxed and having a good time. There was a couple dancing to live salsa music. We were fortunate enough to eat on a day when they typically have live music (every Saturday evening); although, it made conversation somewhat difficult. The salsa band appeared to be paid in donations and restaurant food. The atmosphere was what I imagined island life to be like. It was the perfect environment for drinking, which was what most people were doing, so we were disappointed when we found out they didn't serve alcohol. I wish I had known that it was BYOB/W. Beer or wine would have gone really well with our meal. Seeing as we were all virgins to Haitian food, we all ordered the Island Combo - A Haitian Experience: