Sunday, February 22, 2009


Wifey, the dogs and I are driving four hours south this morning to check out this Catalina 250. By the pictures e-mailed by the owner she doesn't look half bad.

The price is right. Now the boat needs to be right, too. This is one of two boats we'll look at this week. The second is located at Lake Tahoe.

After we see this boat we'll shop at Trader Joe's and then head home. At the halfway point we'll eat at a favorite restaurant, Louis Cairo's.

They serve great Italian food and a special treat called Louis Bread.

Louis or Louie bread is french bread and described on the menu as having a clove of garlic in every bite. And it does.

Here's a copy of the portion of the menu listing Louis bread:

Garlic Bread
Half Garlic

Half Louis-fresh ground garlic
Louie Bread-fresh ground garlic

Butter Toast
Half Butter Toast

Half Louie and Half Garlic

I'm not sure what I'm more excited about . . . checking out the sailboat or scarfing up on Louie bread and spaghetti and meatballs.

Breath mints anyone?

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Jes said...

Mmmmm...that sounds so awesome! It's chilly and rainy here today - perfect for a big, garlicy meal!

The boat looks great! Hope it works out for you!

La Roo said...

Let's hope all goes well with the boat.
I love Italian food. Actually tonight going over to a friends and she's cooking bolognese. Yum, we need that garlic bread you spoke of to go with.
I think you are way more excited about the carb over load than the boat though Bob.

Bob said...

Jes: It was delish!

Laroo: Yup.

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