Thursday, July 29, 2010

Gioia's Deli

Hey pals. Will Bike for Food!

This place looks delicious and the Hill is a cool neighborhood to bike through.

Saturday, July 31st. Meet at Brookings Hall at 1PM for camaraderie, a great bike ride, and a taste of Italy.

ps - still not sure if you want to go? check out this interactive menu with pop-up pictures:

Monday, July 26, 2010

Will Bike for Humanity

This week let's bike for liquid food.  Let's bike... for Humanity.
This Tuesday, Architecture for Humanity is holding their long awaited happy hour and bake sale at the Schlafly Tap Room.  This will be a great chance to support our fine local brewery, socially conscious young designers, and the excellent local band Last to Show First to Go.  At no other event of the summer will you be able to get Miriam's famous summer squash cookies, drink Schlafly and listen to ex-professors (Mikey Naucas/Phil Valco) sing uptempo love songs.

Is this too good to be true... No!
Meet in front of Brookings to leave at 5:30.
Arrive before 6, just in time for the band!

Get Happy!


Schlafly Tap Room=2100 Locust street, if you can't bike, then meet us there.
Not 21? Have no fear, you can get in so bring your kids too!

Saturday, July 17, 2010

As you grow older, you get cool privileges: driving, buying lottery tickets, going to bars, and, of course, eating breakfast whenever you want to.

Uncle Bill's Pancake House. It isn't clean and the service can be slow. However, Uncle Bill's is open 24/7, is a famous South City feature, and has delicious yet inexpensive pancakes, hash-browns, and steaks.

If you want sublime pecan pancakes served with a massive dollop of butter that you have to scrape off, join us in front of
Brookings Hall at 9:30 PM on Wednesday, July 21st.