You’ve never overheard a more riotous restaurant conversation.
This is a delectable romp through a select assortment of the most famous eateries in New York and Los Angeles. From the Carnegie Deli, Le Bernadin and The Palm, to Drai’s, Spago, and The Ivy, the authors, famed comedian Jackie Mason and renowned divorce attorney Raoul Felder, make no bones about laying the ground rules of not only where to eat and where not to eat, but what to eat and how to act when eating. All of this advice comes from two notorious partners in crime who have spent half their lives in restaurants and truly know their food. Consequently, listeners will receive a rather serious guide to dining, but one seasoned with generous portions of humor and insults slung in every conceivable direction…absolutely no one is spared!
Harsh, hammering, but always hilarious, this informative audio book is a side-splitting commentary on both food and culture in New York and Los Angeles, two of the nation’s most interesting cities.
©1996 Jackie Mason (P)1996 Phoenix
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