Sunday, April 12, 2009

Miss Polly's Soul City Cafe - Wednesday, April 8, 2009

After a long an enjoyable day on Beale Street, I had dinner at Miss Polly's Soul City Cafe, right on Beale Street. While fried chicken, fried anything, seems an odd replacement meal for an individual who cannot stomach any more BBQ, the fried chicken and waffles hit the spot. They were even nice enough to let me keep a copy of their menu. As you can see from the before and after photos, my BBQ appetite may have been gone, but my stomach certainly had plenty of room.




5 comments:

Little Franny Sunshine said...

Mmmm.....It is my life's goal to eat fried chicken and waffles. It just sounds so unbelieveably delicious!

Comrade Matluck said...

Hi Francesca!

It is always a pleasure to receive your comments. I have several kinds of BBQ sauce to share. Please state your preference - sweet, mild, spicy, hot, and combinaton thereof. You have earned a first round choice. Let me know your leanings. Thanks,

Mr. Matluck

Little Franny Sunshine said...

I like sweet and spicy sauces.

Did you ever notice how barbeque sauce is a great companion to almost anything? French fries, vegetables, MEAT, etc.

Comrade Matluck said...

Francesca asks: "Did you ever notice how barbeque sauce is a great companion to almost anything?"

Mr. Matluck: "No. The flavor of bbq alienates every meat product known to man. Only fools subject their palettes to the undiluted assault of BBQ sauce. How dare you suggest such alien concepts! Be gone, both you and your mad gastronomical ideas."

Mr. Matluck

Little Franny Sunshine said...

Sad, sad, disillusioned man...I beg to differ.