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Best Landmark Restaurant To Bite The Dust Miami 2007 - Rascal House Restaurant

An elderly couple sitting on a bench in Sunny Isles:— Do you remember the pumpernickel rollsç— Do I remember the pumpernickel rollsç What kind of question is thatç Why not ask me if I recall our only daughter's weddingç Of course I remember the pumpernickel rolls!— Do you remember how big the pastrami sandwiches wereç— Who could finish such a thingç — And the knishes ...— Your sister Esther, may she rest in peace, used to schlep shopping bags of them back with her to Michigan.— Do you recall the matzo ball soup —— Don't get me started with the soups.— And was that chocolate babka not to die forç— I'd sell that ungrateful son of ours to Hamas — God forbid he should ever give us a call — to Hamas I'd sell him for another wedge of that babka!— Do you remember the blintzesç— Okay, enough already with the "do you remembers"! — I'm just saying, they couldn't let Rascal House stay open a few more yearsç — What, they're going to keep it going just for old birds like usç Who are we, the prince and princess of Monacoç — So many construction cranes. And such noise!— Oy.
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Not going back my crappy sandwhich was $12 bucks came with no sides on soggy bread yuck. Added with the horrible service and rude cashier.

Jose Morales
Jose Morales

In the end, it was awfull. Baked potato for $5.00? Give a break. No wonder there where no more lines outside. Sometimes its better to remember things the way they used to be like old rock bands that try to make a comeback for a few bucks. In its heyday, I agree it was great. Latter, they just wanted to live off their old reputation and get as much money as they could for poor service, bad portions, and a lot of attitude. Can anyone say Wolfies? Same deal. Sad to see you gone but its for the best.