‘Sally vs. Frank’
I have been serving as a jury member this last week, causing my life to somehow become legal in every way.
For example, Biceps tries to sneak a bite from my plate and I adamantly yell, ‘I object!’. Cowboy is currently awaiting trial for a misdemeanor-he bit my hand while I was petting him.
I just needed some time to cool off before the judgement.
All of that said, I found it only fitting to talk about some legal issues as they pertain to my touring lifestyle.
And as they pertain to pizza. Lovely, warm, cheesy pizza.
In New Haven, CT. there are two rivaling pizzeria’s:
Frank Pepe’s…(yes, that’s the most handsome man in the world-Biceps)…
…and Sally’s Apizza Restaurant.
With family ties involved, the story of the two pizzeria’s becomes very interesting.
Both restaurant’s are ancient and have lines of people waiting around the block before they open.
And both have a fantastic end product. Oh, this is making me so hungry just looking at it.
If you’ve never had a coal fired pizza….you have never lived.
Now, here’s the problem:
Frank’s nephew, Sal (Sally’s), split off from the family business and opened up his own pizzeria.
Sal then set up shop on Wooster Street.
Frank Pepe’s was already on Wooster Street several years before.
Tempers flare not only the Pepe family, but New Havenites, as well.
I say-stop the fighting-and try both pizzeria’s.
Do it because it’s the right thing to do.
Do it because you need to be impartial, leaving your prejudices at the door.
And do it because your tummy will thank you. Many times over will it thank you.
The world doesn’t have to be full of Sally’s vs. Frank’s. Let’s change this world to ‘Sally’s and Frank’s’.
Or at least Sally’s and Frank’s in the same day. Yum.