We have eaten at Cinco several times now, and I must say that one of the best things about this project is the people we meet along the way. A 24-hour Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles will bring out every type of person during the late hours of the day. I love seeing all the many freaks, cops, super hot chicks, bums, doctors, families, average Joes, and stoners getting their munchies on.
It is great, and the atmosphere is what makes this place! A major shout out to all who appear in this video, and we hope you tune in for more. I will try to keep the dirty talk down to a minimum, but I cant make any promises.
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Tonight’s menu: the number 22 – red chile burrito (meat and beans).
Last time we ate at Cinco we happened to take a new route back to the parking lot. Usually we just walk back through the restaurant, but this time we walked along the street and around the corner and BAM! there it was, a round table that none of us could remember seeing before. We decided on the spot that the next time we ate (tonight) we had to try the round table.
Let’s just say that it was not a rousing success. Nor was it a disaster (for anyone other than Todd). The round table is probably fine for group conversation unless, of course, you are trying to squeeze onto just one side of it for filming purposes. The main drawback is that the round table is hidden around a corner from the rest of Cinco de Mayo leaving you with the feeling that the fun is being had elsewhere, and you are missing out.
Now we know. And now you know.
Tonight’s menu: the number 20 – all bean burrito with cheese.