Let's open the floor | Arkansas Blog

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Let's open the floor

Posted By on Sat, Sep 29, 2012 at 1:15 PM

The Saturday line is open. I write this at halftime of the Razorback game, hoping for a turnaround on defense. John L. could use some good news.

On a happier note: Eat Arkansas is right. That banh mi sandwich at Boba Teas across from UALR on South University is a perfectly constructed Vietnamese sandwich — a light and toasty French bun with a perfect blend of meat, pickled vegetables and spice. Exotic, but not too. And cheap, $3.30 counting tax. (This is not an eat-in restaurant, but a drive-through with a few outdoor tables. Tea, smoothies, slushies, fresh fruit juices, too.

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