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I got takeout from their new McLean location, and my family had mixed reactions. I liked the half-sized meat lovers pizza, which came with the char pepperoni, chunks of meatball, and sausage. It has a thibk crust with a heft and stability that's different from the typical NY slice. The signature wings were excellent, and what I assume are legit examples of wings you'd get in Buffalo, NY, which is what I was hoping for. The wings had a crispyness that held up, and a good sauce, though the medium was not as spicy as I would have liked, and i'm not a big spicy foods guy. The other pizza (whole pie, pepperoni and onion) was fine and suffered, i think, because it was not cooked nearly as much as the half pie (the half was well done while the whole was rare). My wife and son did not like the pizza at all, so there's that. If I want pizza, I'll probably go somewhere else (Santini's Carnivoro is my go to), but I do think the wings are good enough that they're worth getting on their own.
For much of his time with the Beatles, Paul McCartney didn't seem much interested in rock-n-roll, devoting himself instead to the sort of Tin-Pan-Alley stuff that remains his rather dismal legacy, like "When I'm 64". But when he sang rock-n-roll, he was one of the greatest rock-n-roll singers of all time, as here in "I'm Down" (1965): Or here in "She's a Woman" (1964):
New on Cordell - They look like a chain but the website is showing only one location, so maybe an attempt at a knockoff. Tried a burger for lunch - Dry, overcooked flavorless hockey puck with poor bun. It was cheap for Bethesda ($4.99 + cheese). Fries - Limp not crispy. They do have an all you can eat wings 4-7pm M-F (9.99) with varied sauces. Will probably try that one afternoon but not holding out great hopes. They have only been open for about a month, anyone else been?