The ups and downs of social media.
The downs. mention you have the afternoon off.
Get bombarded by pleas to visit one eatery or another. But its not all bad, not bad, don't hate me guys.
I'm the first to admit I need some pushing and prodding to get out, especially on an awesome afternoon, you need a long lever to pry me off the tweetdeck.
But I am ever so glad I got up and moving because with their limited hours, who knows when I would have another opportunity to try Mayberry.
The upside to social networking?
I mention online that I'm going to lunch and Pilot Dave, Delta Lima drops in and joins me.
I have to say, after spending maybe 40 minutes or so there, I saw a dozen people I know, do you guys spend all day walking up and down Vine?
The burger was awesome by the way, Josh, one of the partners says that later on they'll stay open later on Fri-Sat nights BYOB. I'm imagining eating this burger or the sloppy Josh(their take on a sloppy Joe) with a spicy Harpoon Winter warmer beer.
I can't wait for that Friday night, a nice unpretentious place to go and eat with a group of friends, it just has that homey comfortable vibe going on.
UPDATE: I just found out that Mayberry will be open Fri & Sat nights and Sun brunch, starting Dec. 4.
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