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    Default What to eat at the Mandolin Cafe

    These bars have a small Cadburys logo but the small print says they are made in Egypt
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    Yummy!
    Bottles and cans just clap your hands.

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    oh that's were are old pick's go.

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    Not to speak of foreign food...
    the world is better off without bad ideas, good ideas are better off without the world

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    oh banjo candy made out of old multi ply rims.

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    Well..............how do they taste. I'm not going to spend my money at the Café unless the food is worth it.

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    I've found their beef to be a little stringy.

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    Default Re: What to eat at the Mandolin Cafe

    Well,we got a banjo and mandolin,,anybody have a fiddle or guitar bar?

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    Well, there is this rare fiddle ...

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    ...and you can fry it in a guitar.

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    I'll have some mandolin oranges. Oh that's mandarin oranges, wrong café, my bad.

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    I like that guitar bar, should be made by Martin.

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    Maybe this will help in the Cafe's kitchen...another mandoline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidKOS View Post


    Maybe this will help in the Cafe's kitchen...another mandoline.
    Those new resonator mandolins are pretty sweet ...but a bit metallic for my taste..
    I like a good ol' traditional acoustic ....
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    Gosh, you guys are slow today!


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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidKOS View Post


    Maybe this will help in the Cafe's kitchen...another mandoline.
    Careful with these. My teacher cut the end of her finger. Almost needed stitches.
    This space reserved for 5 year mandolin gift to self.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bratsche View Post
    Gosh, you guys are slow today!


    those blue chips are too pricey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandotool View Post
    Those new resonator mandolins are pretty sweet ...but a bit metallic for my taste..
    I like a good ol' traditional acoustic ....
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    Wow, a vintage Loar mandoline. Is it signed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bertram Henze View Post
    Well, there is this rare fiddle ...

    This is obviously an attempt to beef up the volume on the fiddle. Or maybe to ensure all the tunes played on it are well done!
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    There are lots of good choices at the Mandolin Cafe. Just make sure you get a meal with four courses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidKOS View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mandotool View Post
    Those new resonator mandolins are pretty sweet ...but a bit metallic for my taste..
    I like a good ol' traditional acoustic ....
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    Wow, a vintage Loar mandoline. Is it signed?
    Would it have cost twice as much if the handle had a scroll on the end?
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