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Restaurants & Bars

Southern Touch

Aaron | Nov 20, 199710:03 AM     5

Came across a place called Princess' Southern Touch , on E1ST between First and A. The sign on the door said "please knock", so we did. The door was opened by an old woman who yelled at us for knocking and informed us that you don't just walk into Southern Touch-- you order over the phone at least a day in advance. "We don't keep no food here. I don't do that kind of shopping. You tell me what you want, I go shopping." Throughout her lecture, the implication was that if we didn't know that already, we didn't have any right being there. Anybody have any info about this place?

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