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April 30, 2021: Celebrate with us tomorrow

Here we have a local restaurateur with a bunch of flowers sent to commemorate 10 years of slinging burgers, piles & fish tacos. (Thanks Mom!) (And thanks Durham for your years of support!) We hope you’ll come by tomorrow so we can show our gratitude and appreciation with a free plate of barbecue and a friendly “Hey, what’s shaking?”

Once again Durham, thank you!

December 28, 2020 – Collard Greens & Black-eyed Peas

According to the ancient magical folkways of this land, wealth and good fortune in a new year can be obtained by consuming collard greens & black-eyed peas, foods brought to these cursed shores by Capitalism’s greatest sin, the slave trade.

We’re not sure of the efficacy of such practices — a lot of things bring wealth and fortune, or poverty and misfortune — but considering the trajectory of the past year and the conditions we’re heading into, it might be worth a try.

You can trust the food shamans at Geer Street Garden to allow only good vibrations and honest-to-gosh wealth spirits into our food. So this week we’re offering quart containers of cooked collard greens & black-eyed peas to make sure your 2021 is immune to economic collapse, environmental devastation, alien mind control, shitty bosses, newly mutated coronavirus that turns the world into The Stand and vaccines that turn the world into 28 Days Later. To further ensure maximum magical potency, they are not vegetarian. They’re $8 per quart.

Call 919-688-2900 to reserve yours. They’ll be ready for pickup Thursday & Friday at the restaurant.

 

black eyed peas

December 10, 2020: Fresh pasta

The difference in texture and flavor between regular old dry spaghetti and freshly made spaghetti is like the difference between a frozen, dried-up mammoth carcass you dug out of the melting Siberian tundra and a freshly cloned live wooly mammoth rampaging through the secret corporate lab that created it. There’s simply no comparison.

Tonight we’re serving our fresh, house-made spaghetti with a plate of cheesy, marinara-y chicken Parmesan. Some of you may remember this dish from the Boot restaurant, although like all memories of the Before-fore Times, it seems more like a beautiful hallucination, doesn’t it?

house-made spaghetti

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