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Moonie deli in N. Oak. (from General Topics)

Caitlin McGrath | Aug 5, 200202:43 PM     8

Following up on a convesation on the general topics board (linked below);

Are you guys talking about the place that was (I think) where Nan Yang is now (and it was a bunch of things in between), that I've been trying to remember the name of recently? That had a little fountain/moat thing running against one wall? Had good baked goods, too. When I'd go in on my way home from ballet class as a grade-schooler, to get a snack from the counter, I was always eyeing the employees and looking for hints of Strange Otherness, thinking, well, he's very nice, but he's a Moonie!

That place was part of the College Ave cosmology of my childhood, along with the Edible Complex, Curds and Whey, Bott's, the Caravansery, and Sweet Dreams. I keep wanting to think there was an Egg Shop and Apple Press in that neighborhood, but I don't think so.

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