And...is it safe to assume that having your inseam measured is not a part of "happy hour"?
Why not, it happened at The Copa.
Please, this is a family blog.I tried to come up with something that linked tailoring with restaurants but I'm drawing a blank.
This is fantastic. I'm glad people are taking the initiative and aren't scared to move forward, both against the economy and against downtown's vacancies.Guess I'll have to wait til March to see how their burgers compare to the Torch!
A new place to "tie" one on? But, if you do, be careful you don't get "collared" on your way home.I hope they at least give it a new "coat" of paint before they open.Sorry, that's the best I could come up with "off the cuff."Enough "hem"-hawing around. I must "sleeve" now before someone "socks" me!Cheers!"The Future Lives in Flint!"
Randy, you're a machine.How about...you can still get a few belts, but not for your pants.
I wonder if they'll locate a salad bar near the dressing room...Someone stop me, please! :^)
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