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"a wonderful mixture of the Saxon and Latin" [SUSS]

This comes from the sad, but true department. If you've been lucky enough to attend the Baker Street Irregulars' Silver Blaze festivities every other year, you are probably familiar with Professor Moriarty's restaurant. Well, the next time you walk in, be sure to say
"Todo lo que tengo que decir ha cruzado ya su mente." *
Because Professor Moriarty's is being sold. According to the article from the Albany Times-Union, "The 23-year-old restaurant and tavern, known for its cozy cherry-wood walls and English pub-like ambience, will be purchased by a former California businessman who wants to open an upscale Mexican eatery."

To which we can only say, "Ai yai yai!" We have to wonder if they're working on renaming the entrees? Here are a few suggestions:
  • The Binomial Taco
  • Enchiladas with a sauce "of the most diabolical kind"
  • The Burrito of Crime
  • The Reichenbach Flan
Have you got others to add? Leave a comment with your ideas. Ole!

* Translation: "All that I have to say has already crossed your mind." [FINA]

R.I.P. Professor Moriarty's
1984 - 2007



Jan Prager said... March 22, 2007 at 2:56 AM

The Cornish Horror. Corn taco shell with cucumber, clotted cream, and field greens.

Enchilada Moriarity,with refried beans and guacamole.

Burrito Reichenbach. Spiced, pulled donkey barbecue and cheese with sour cream topping on a tortilla.

Nora Gale said... March 22, 2007 at 6:22 AM

What about Master Criminal Quesadillas, served with plenty of Tabasco sauce and chili-peppers?

P.S. To make the saxon-latin mixture perfect, one should rather say:
"Todo lo que tengo que decir ha cruzado ya su mente."

Scott said... March 22, 2007 at 3:44 PM

Jan & Nora - those sound delicious! And Nora, thanks for the Spanish correction. I'll fix it.