Friday, July 06, 2007

ye olde fridaye

Ye Olde Antique Faire is this sunday. It's only supposed to be a hundred degrees that day, no big whoop. Remember to wear a sunhat or put on sunscreen cuz a lot of the booths are not in the shade of the freeway. Also wear a hardhat to avoid falling raccoons.

Don't forget the Pizzas show tonight at the Distillery.

Speaking of pizza, old soul is selling pizza by the slice starting today, 11 to 2. Here's the email they sent around

Hi Old Soul Friends!
Yes, it is HOT at the Soul. But, we're actually making it hotter by using our ovens to create more yummy treats for you! Are you ready for some "pizza by the slice?" Beginning Friday, July 6, we will be selling "gourmet pizza of the day" for $3 per slice. We'll offer this menu item from 11 am to 2 pm featuring our "Old Soul" pizza dough paired with fresh, locally grown ingredients. Come and join us for a slice or two of heaven. >he alley continues to offer "new Old Soul" experiences. Come and enjoy!

I went to Old Soul on wednesday morning and got some excellent iced coffee and a loaf of fennel ciabatta that was fucking great! Overall, I've been very impressed with Old Soul's bread. I bet their pizza will be good, too.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, Old Soul is seems to be following the Cheesebord Pizza model, if it's even half as good, I am stoked.

gbomb

Ally K. said...

I wish we had the cheeseboard in Sac! I have heard mixed things about the pizza at Old Soul, but I still can't wait to try it. I did read that they don't put sauce on the pizza. That sort of bums me out.

beckler said...

I guess the pizza sold out really quickly and they were stoked. The one time I had cheeseboard pizza it didn't have sauce, but i don't think that's the norm. or is it?

Anonymous said...

The cheeseboard pizza I had was also sauceless. It had corn and feta and came with lime wedges, a southwestern-greek pizza? It was good though, just not what I expected.

Anna

Anonymous said...

Will they serve their pizza in a beer cozy/coozie?

Love,
Coldest Beers in Town

beckler said...

aaahhh! the psycho beer coozie people are back.

Anonymous said...

Man, I am stumped. I think Cheeseboard has sauce sometimes. Maybe I am shoving it down my throat too fast to notice. Of my last two Cheeseboard pizzas, I want to say that the pear/gorgonzola did not have sauce, but the plain cheese did.

gbomb

Ally K. said...

I remember having pizza with sauce at Cheeseboard...strange.

I am a fan of sauce. Pizza without sauce is just fancy bread.