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Author: Subject: Live from the Rain Desert B&P!

Brass Slide

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  posted on 12/25/2003 at 01:30 AM
looks like I'm missing my time frame on this just to much to do to squeeze it in half ass lol.....


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  posted on 12/17/2009 at 12:20 AM
If you take Furnace Street off of Main by the railroad track, and follow it to Cottage, you'll find yourself facing the Rain Desert. At its old location on Water Street, it was very popular. Musicians and music lovers came from bedding near and far. Old rich ladies thought of it as that quaintThe Rain Desert: A Cultural Oasis Faces Hard Times little hippie bar. It attracted a huge, diverse crowd, and as I cross the creatively-painted threshold this evening, I bed linens have to wonder, where did everyone go.At the new location, when you walk through the door, you walk into the bar. The owner, Jan Goldstein, thinks that without the separate café area, some customers may be intimidated from say, bringing their family in for lunch. "It's a little wilder and woollier than the original." But the new location is more open and spacious, they have their own large parking lot, and believe it or not, the food is even better than before.This evening I order their mattress famous spinach and artichoke dip and Oye Coma Va?, a spicy pork quesadilla. The portions are generous and I split everything with my husband. "Oh, I forgot to tell you," says Jan's pretty wife Evie (they got married on the stage here in May), "tonight we have corn chowder, too." I order a cup and she brings a bowl. It is absolutely perfect, but I wish I brought more friends to share it with!
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