Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Funk-O-Mart

Yesterday I spent some time exploring more of the city of Philadelphia. I started with another lunch at the Reeding Terminal Market, this time with no creatures in sight. I ate at Delilah's, which is down home southern food. The mac n cheese and the cornbread were both fantastic.

I walked down Market Street to go see some of the historical sights in Philadelphia and on the way, I saw the FUNK-O-MART on the other side of the street. If you're in the market for more funk, this is the place. It's actually a record store specializing in '60s and '70s vinyl. I just thought the name was hysterical.

I also went and saw the Liberty Bell, the 2nd Bank of the United States, and Independance Hall. I'll write more on those later when I can download my pictures. For now, just think about how much more funk you have now that I've shared this with you.

4 comments:

TinkerDoodle said...

I just wanted to stop by and say thank you so very much for picking up the eagles stuff, your an angel!...I hope to meet you soon.

Bop said...

Seattle needs a funk-o-mart...

PJMcD said...

Seattle has a Funk-O-Mart. It's called Bop Street Records, it's down on Ballard Ave. They once sported a "Bang Dilema" sticker(a band I was in) on their cash register.I think they have a new register now though. Alas.

My Ice Cream Diary said...

So, did you get your Funk-o-Man anything from the Funk-o-Mart? (It looks like it was closed.)

Mac-n-cheese. YUM!