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Viet Q Vietnamese GrillViet Q disproves the foodie rule that pretty Vietnamese restaurants are likely to disappoint. The dining room is smartly painted orange and gold, with slate floors that appear to crawl up the walls in places. An amuse-bouche of papaya salad keeps you company as you read the menu. Move on to the juicy, aromatic “grilled beef wrap grape leaf” appetizer and a plate of deep-fried salt and pepper squid. The spicy “Viet Q special noodle soup” offers a tangle of noodles and beef slices in a hot, chile-red broth. There’s plenty for vegetarians too. The clay pot tofu and rice dish is to die for. (Alibi Staff, September 16, 2010)
For their seventh studio album, Lift a Sail, Yellowcard had a simple but ambitious goal: to outdo everything they’d ever done before. The guitars and drums had to hit harder; the songwriting had to cut deeper; the choruses had to reach heights only hinted at on their previous outings. Frontman Ryan Key believes he and his bandmates—guitarist Ryan Mendez, violinist Sean Mackin, bassist Josh Portman and guest drummer Nate Young (Anberlin)—succeeded on all those fronts. “We really feel like we got where we wanted to be, and made a proper rock ‘n’ roll record,” Key says proudly.
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