More Clever Waiter Tricks
While doing double duty as bartender at Scala's Bistro and server at Eos, David McNees has more on his mind than where he's left his wine key. David performs with Poor Boys Productions, a troupe comprised mainly of service workers, and auditions for the usual stuff that comes through town. He recently landed a juicy role in the-show-San-Francisco-is-most-proud-of -- our very own Nash Bridges. McNees plays Anthony, a bad guy who's wrongly accused of a crime. Teflon Don has to figger out who the real culprit is. Check it out this Friday.
From What I Recall ...
Gordon's House of Fine Eats sure knows how to throw a damn fine party. I couldn't walk through the room without bumping into someone I knew. The grub was served buffet-style in the kitchen, a nice chance to check out those brand-new butcher blocks, and David O'Malley was keeping the guests likkered while running the gamut of the eatery's fun cocktail list. He featured one house drink every hour -- I had to leave when they started in on the margaritas. (Harry always gets into trouble with tequila.) And another cool thing about Gordon Drysdale's new place is the rotating art show. Right now, he's featuring pieces by the staff of the SFMOMA -- and we all know what an eclectic bunch those kids are.
By Harry Coverte
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