Where music and foodie culture meet

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12 Responses to “Where music and foodie culture meet”

  1. Anonymous says:

    This may be the most pretentious thing in existence.

  2. DaveP says:

    good luck to them and all but this is a ridiculous concept.

  3. nfury says:

    SF hipsters can ruin anything. Anything!

    Here’s one: Scratch Acid’s “The Greatest Gift” played while served Sauteed Yak Penis on Texas Toast with Striated Greenbeen wisps. Yummy.

    M Ward, why?

    • David Pescovitz says:

      That’s actually an excellent Scratch Acid track! Hadn’t listened to it in like 20 years.

    • ad_absurdum says:

      It’s a weird phenomenon. At first, I thought this food+music idea was cool, because music and food are my 2 favorite pasttimes. But, when I found out that it’s all a hipster fad, it became un-cool. Hipsters do “un-cool” things in an attempt to be cool by starting new trends, so does that mean this idea is actually cool?

      • Jack says:

        All I know is this: Here in NYC the hottest foodie trends are really just “artisanal” versions of average food at jacked up prices. There are a few places that do a really, really, really good job and charge a decent price, but man … there is so much crap out there.

        But Sauteed Yak Penis on Texas Toast with Striated Greenbeen wisps? YUMMERS!!!

  4. Daemon says:

    It sounded good until I got to the part about the hipsters.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I wonder what a Beastie Boys dish would taste like.

  6. nfury says:

    Excellent track indeed. And the album of same name, a sort of Greatest Hits (all SA tracks?). LOVE Scratch Acid – weirdo texas heatcore.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Calling it “Covers” and advertising that you’re pairing music with food makes it a bit of a gimmick, which kills it for me. Don’t advertise it – just do it and let the customers discover it or notice it on a subconscious level. I like to go to hip, pretentious restaurants, but not when they advertise their pretentiousness.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Or the flavour of a GG Allin cover.

  9. emmdeeaych says:

    Not even truffle oil makes that degree of drama palatable.

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