Sunday, October 21, 2012

Come on Down to Barleycorn's for the Holy Spectacle and an Unbeatable BLT

At 9:01am, Barleycorn's is a church, a temple, a place of worship with mass three times per day, prayer in the direction of the Black Monolith five times per day, and a reading of the Sacred Scrolls of Wisdom by Rabbi Michael Lerner at least once per week. Barleycorn's is located with building that has a steeple, a bell tower, and two minarets, along with stalactites, stalagmites, and many other pseudo-natural wonders. At around 8pm (or just after sunset, whichever comes first), Barleycorn's closes down, the last prayer said, the last mass read.

At 9:01pm, Barleycorn's reopens as an all-night diner. It serves hot pastrami, corned beef, roast beef au jus, meatloaf, chicken salad, tuna salad, potato salad, bacon, lettuce and tomato, meatball sub, macaroni and cheese, fried mozzarella sticks, grilled cheese, chicken soup for the soul, chicken parmesan, chicken cacciatore, chicken kiev, chicken fried steak, chinese chicken salad, bbq pork bun, cobb salad, taco salad, breakfast burrito, tabouli, all manner of omelettes and benedicts, french toast, belgian waffles, canadian bacon, hot pots of coffee, cold pitchers of beer...
Barleycorn's in the daytime.
Barleycorn's maintains a jukebox from the 70s with decades of records. In the back is a pool table and several pinball machines. It stops serving at 7:30am and closes about a half hour later. If you're in the area, come on down and and have a bite.

1 comment:

  1. The belgian waffles a favorite for some, but for me, well sometimes I like them, but I cannot make up my mind.

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