SIX POUNDS OF THE LAST SAD DAYS OF DIEDRICH COFFEE

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this is courtesy the always amusing titmongler

3 thoughts on “SIX POUNDS OF THE LAST SAD DAYS OF DIEDRICH COFFEE

  1. as an intermittent user of the two irvine diedrich caf├ęs (when i come down to visit my boyfriend who’s a grad student at UCI), i will say definitively that i will miss the damn places (especially the one out on culver at the target shopping mall). the only damn bit of respite around (free internet too).
    my serious condolences to you as a local – you’ve got what now, the gypsy den (which isn’t as nice as the santa ana one), and that weird place with the patio? the manager there is a serious wanker.

    1. Not sure which weird place you mean. I go to Kean, which is Martin’s new place, and I sometimes go to Ruba to enjoy the Fellini Film Show.
      The UCI and Crossroads one will remain for a while, due to the iron fist of the Irvine Company.

      1. I don’t know kean (yet). I suppose I meant Ruba, for the weird. Is there an actual Fellini Film Show, or just a general freakscape? The few times I was there, it reminded me of the sad, unhappy, socially inept offspring of a Laguna Beach art barn and Caffe Roma (the one in SB as well as the one in Oakland).
        THE IRVINE COMPANY, yes. Have you ever read Kim Stanley Robinson’s California trilogy? If not, you should….

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