NYTimes: Cafe Prima Pasta Catches the Worm

by Ryan @ MRPR on January 9, 2010

Damien Cave, in a piece posted online yesterday that is part-restaurant review, part-people watching, part-news story, describes the resurgence of early bird dining, focusing on Cafe Prima Pasta in North Beach, and a few other joints elsewhere in Florida.  Turns out that the specials are attracting a wide swath of diners, not just the grand-folks.

Cave’s description of diners include: “the restaurant’s only diner with a nose stud and dyed red hair,” “an aesthetician with cover girl looks,” and “a musician with a shaved head.”  I dunno, sounds like grandmothers and grandfathers to me…

So, are any of you making reservations for 5:30pm tonight?

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gerry February 1, 2010 at 11:59 pm

we love prima pasta !!!

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