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(Beatweek Magazine)   Do Not Serve This Man: Miami restaurant bans NFL commissioner Roger Goodell   (beatweek.com) divider line 32
    More: Strange, Roger Goodell, NFL, Miami, commissioners, Jonathan Vilma, D.J. Williams, Mickey Loomis, restaurants  
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2012-08-22 02:25:41 PM  
media.nola.com
 
/Done before
//Creole Creamery in New Orleans
 
2012-08-22 02:47:39 PM  

downstairs: [media.nola.com image 331x512]
 
/Done before
//Creole Creamery in New Orleans


My work here is done. Hope this trend spreads, too.

Hey, Rog, if you do find a restaurant in town that will serve you this winter, you might want to watch "Fight Club" before you actually eat there. Just sayin'.

/Awesome ice cream at Creole Creamery.
 
2012-08-22 03:04:38 PM  
"Do Not Serve This Man"

IT'S AN ANTI-COOKBOOK!
 
2012-08-22 03:06:45 PM  

Nabb1: My work here is done. Hope this trend spreads, too.

Hey, Rog, if you do find a restaurant in town that will serve you this winter, you might want to watch "Fight Club" before you actually eat there. Just sayin'.


How awesome would it be if he were persona non grata in every single NFL city?
 
2012-08-22 03:13:27 PM  

BKITU: "Do Not Serve This Man"

IT'S AN ANTI-COOKBOOK!


+eleventy
 
2012-08-22 03:20:27 PM  

IAmRight: Nabb1: My work here is done. Hope this trend spreads, too.

Hey, Rog, if you do find a restaurant in town that will serve you this winter, you might want to watch "Fight Club" before you actually eat there. Just sayin'.

How awesome would it be if he were persona non grata in every single NFL city?



Well most NFL cities are very happy he targeted only the Saints.  But it'll be interesting to see if he can't get served somewhere down here during the Super Bowl.
 
2012-08-22 03:51:00 PM  
the restaurant in question is part-owned by Vilma...
 
2012-08-22 04:09:46 PM  
Maybe this can spread to hockey too with Bettman
 
2012-08-22 04:21:22 PM  
Wahh. They got busted doing something wrong. Get over it.
 
2012-08-22 04:26:21 PM  
In other words, BBQ point wants free publicity.
 
2012-08-22 04:27:22 PM  

BKITU: "Do Not Serve This Man"

IT'S AN ANTI-COOKBOOK!



Heh..that was sorta my headline: 'How to serve Roger Goodell'
 
2012-08-22 04:34:43 PM  

groppet: Maybe this can spread to hockey too with Bettman


If hockey has another lockout then I hope they would just stay away. It's not the player's fault that these owners and their GMs pay out huge contracts.
 
2012-08-22 04:41:19 PM  
so the players agree, in the CBA, that Goodell can be the "judge, jury, and executioner" in discipline cases, yet when he exercises that power, they want to lawyer up? Idiots....
 
2012-08-22 04:42:59 PM  

chevydeuce: so the players agree, in the CBA, that Goodell can be the "judge, jury, and executioner" in discipline cases, yet when he exercises that power, they want to lawyer up? Idiots....


Gene Upshaw would never have agreed to that. DeMaurice Smith is a terrible negotiator.
 
2012-08-22 04:57:41 PM  

downstairs: But it'll be interesting to see if he can't get served somewhere down here during the Super Bowl.


I'm quite sure there are many places that would gladly welcome the NFL's megabucks. Sure, he might not be able to eat a Po Boy or a beignet at a small, locally-owned restaurant, but something tells me he won't have a problem getting a table at any of the fine dining establishments in town.
 
2012-08-22 05:02:26 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: downstairs: But it'll be interesting to see if he can't get served somewhere down here during the Super Bowl.

I'm quite sure there are many places that would gladly welcome the NFL's megabucks. Sure, he might not be able to eat a Po Boy or a beignet at a small, locally-owned restaurant, but something tells me he won't have a problem getting a table at any of the fine dining establishments in town.


Most of the good restaurants worth going to are locally owned. We are talking about New Orleans after all. I'm sure he will have no problem getting served at Red Lobster out in Metairie, though.
 
2012-08-22 05:05:22 PM  
He'll just go to where they actually serve good food
 
2012-08-22 05:07:38 PM  

dwyw: I'm sure he will have no problem getting served at Red Lobster out in Metairie, though.


Snerk, I do enjoy the thought of him going to the city of epic food and having to stick to chain crap. Roger at the Applebees in Harahan amuses me for some reason.
 
2012-08-22 05:09:02 PM  
They should have just put Wanted: Dead or Alive at the top of the pic of Goodell.

Maybe offer a reward of some kind, $10,000 or something.
 
2012-08-22 05:18:33 PM  

chevydeuce: so the players agree, in the CBA, that Goodell can be the "judge, jury, and executioner"


He is also the casket salesman, grave digger, obit writer, and tries to start dating your wife after your dead.
 
2012-08-22 05:25:45 PM  

dwyw: Yanks_RSJ: downstairs: But it'll be interesting to see if he can't get served somewhere down here during the Super Bowl.

I'm quite sure there are many places that would gladly welcome the NFL's megabucks. Sure, he might not be able to eat a Po Boy or a beignet at a small, locally-owned restaurant, but something tells me he won't have a problem getting a table at any of the fine dining establishments in town.

Most of the good restaurants worth going to are locally owned. We are talking about New Orleans after all. I'm sure he will have no problem getting served at Red Lobster out in Metairie, though.


Yanks_RSJ: downstairs: But it'll be interesting to see if he can't get served somewhere down here during the Super Bowl.

I'm quite sure there are many places that would gladly welcome the NFL's megabucks. Sure, he might not be able to eat a Po Boy or a beignet at a small, locally-owned restaurant, but something tells me he won't have a problem getting a table at any of the fine dining establishments in town.


If he does, he better get a private room and enter through the back. And as mentioned, most of the top tier restaurants are locally-owned, and most people in town know the names of the owners.
 
2012-08-22 06:13:42 PM  

MizzouGuy: the restaurant in question is part-owned by Vilma...


and we are done here.

simple case of butt hurt.
 
2012-08-22 06:19:39 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: I'm quite sure there are many places that would gladly welcome the NFL's megabucks. Sure, he might not be able to eat a Po Boy or a beignet at a small, locally-owned restaurant, but something tells me he won't have a problem getting a table at any of the fine dining establishments in town


If Goodell's smart, he'll send someone into the kitchen to watch the food being prepared every step of the way, no matter WHERE he eats.

ptoooie
 
2012-08-22 07:09:04 PM  
OK, fan boy, you get one news cycle of free publicity for your little shiathole. Enjoy.
 
2012-08-22 07:31:33 PM  
I would have gained respect for the restaurant owner if he'd done it because of the referee lockout.
 
2012-08-22 09:10:55 PM  

vicejay: BKITU: "Do Not Serve This Man"

IT'S AN ANTI-COOKBOOK!


Heh..that was sorta my headline: 'How to serve Roger Goodell'


Well, Goddell, it looks like....

*sunglasses*

...you got served.

/scream and guitar riff
 
2012-08-22 09:45:47 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: vicejay: BKITU: "Do Not Serve This Man"

IT'S AN ANTI-COOKBOOK!


Heh..that was sorta my headline: 'How to serve Roger Goodell'

Well, Goddell, it looks like....

*sunglasses*

...you got served.

/scream and guitar riff



+1 awesomeness

/drinks on me if you ever get to new orleans
 
2012-08-22 10:38:48 PM  

IAmRight: Nabb1: My work here is done. Hope this trend spreads, too.

Hey, Rog, if you do find a restaurant in town that will serve you this winter, you might want to watch "Fight Club" before you actually eat there. Just sayin'.

How awesome would it be if he were persona non grata in every single NFL city?


"If?"
 
2012-08-23 12:46:05 AM  
www.jimpoz.com
 
2012-08-23 01:01:27 AM  
This needs the Hero tag.
 
2012-08-23 02:21:44 AM  
I would have gained respect for the restaurant owner if he'd done it because of the referee lockout.

This
 
2012-08-23 01:31:14 PM  

chevydeuce: so the players agree, in the CBA, that Goodell can be the "judge, jury, and executioner" in discipline cases, yet when he exercises that power, they want to lawyer up? Idiots....


Isaiah Thomas ruined the CBA.
 
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