Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Clifton's Cafeteria! Where are the mean lunch ladies at?!??!

*Food post**

Recently, I went to Clifton's Cafeteria...More like I went back, after  a seven year absence. I remember going here almost every Sunday, as a kid, and I guess that somehow stopped...

                         (I don't know who Clifton is...I'm sure he was nice)

(The second floor...Filled with facts about this place...Lots of reading to do...)

I used to probably pig out (and maybe oink) on chicken, and dessert , but as a vegan, there's not many options.... Vegetarians have a lot of dessert options... Maybe someday they'll have some vegan dessert?

All I could really get is fruits and vegetables.. Pineapple chunks, strawberries, salad, onion, and beets... Yeah, it might seem boring, like my Friday nights, and my childhood, but it was still good. My family says their other stuff is good too, and I remember I used to like everything...it's worth checking out.

(Cafeteria style. No mean lunch ladies here...Unless you make them mad!)

It still feels like the same Clifton's from seven years ago. The interior looks like a forest. There's animated raccoons, and other "animals"... May seem kind of creepy and fun. The cafeteria-style everything is still the same. You choose and get your own food (except for the meat and chicken stuff...there's ladies there to help you out...) and it all seems similar to when I was in school. Except, these ladies aren't yelling at you to hurry up.

(What I got....I forgot to photograph the ketchup bottle...my favorite? thanks Heinz)

Overall, this place is fun, and if you've been here before, it always feels the same. If you haven't been here before, check it out...you'll probably be entertained by the raccoon near the entrance/exit.

Hopefully the new owner keeps a lot of the same stuff...or else...I'll probably go and take that raccon ...and name it Pumba.
648 S Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90014-1807
(213) 627-1673
Go pet the animated raccoon! oink.
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