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billnahorodny

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    1. billnahorodny
      billnahorodny
      Not in Bridgeport. North sideis best option. I just went to this Italian place owned by a Bosnian called Fontana Grill 1329 W Wilson. Nice place, great terrace, mostly Italian food, but he does have cevapcici and they're really good, even if they are served in pita bread.
      There's also Sarajevo Restaurant at 2701 W Lawrence. I haven't been there in a long time, but it's pretty good. There are a ton of new Serbian places as well...but I haven't been.
      Again, none on the south side that I know of. If there would be anything, I would think it would be some ancient place in your old hood on Avenue J or K.:)
      There are a couple of Croat guys that run a cevapcici booth that shows up at the summer street fests. I know they were at pitchfork, but I haven't really seen them around too much this summer. The trib just did a story about them: http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/dining/ct-play-0805-cheap-eater-cevapcici-20100805,0,7925068.story
    2. Sir Realist
      Sir Realist
      Are there any good Croat restaurants in Bridgeport that you know of? I got a friend that moved to Pilsen and she's looking for some "good Ser-Bo-Cro" food on the near south side. Damn... now I'm hungry for some chivapchichi!
    3. Sir Realist
      Sir Realist
      Wow...Bungalow looks quite different. I don't think I'll be going in that place :D

      Haven't tried the lamb from that bakery yet. I've been threatening to try my hand at making a leg of lamb in the over at home for awhile, and I'll probably try that after Easter. My step-mom is doing the lamb for Easter.

      I used to do a whole lamb every Serbian Christmas before I got in the bar business. I miss it.
    4. Sir Realist
      Sir Realist
      The Little Car That Couldn't

      "The briskness of the initial Yugo sales was the good news. The bad news was that Zastava's factory in Kragujevac, Serbia, was not ideal for the manufacture of automobiles. It had previously been used for making hand grenades, which might explain some of the Yugo's eccentricities. Morale at the plant was high, elevated by a copious supply of plum brandy, which the workers began drinking at eight in the morning and continued drinking during breaks, on the assembly line, and in spontaneous toasts. The brandy made for happy employees but unhappy customers."

      :rolling:
    5. Sir Realist
      Sir Realist
      MTV Cribs - Serbian Gypsy edition

      :rolling:
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