Zazzle Eats


So it has been brought to my attention that not only is Zazzle the name of a delicious online community where contributors serve up fabulously created one-of-a-kind art pieces for the shoppers of the world to customize, buy and use for just about anything!!! BUT!!! (THERE’S MORE!) We also happen to share our name too many restaurants around the US. Here are a few that have been told to me…

There is:
Zazil restaurant
Zazil Coastal Mexican Cuisine (You know I love spicy…)

Zazie French Bistro
Zazie French Bistro (Tons of community interaction at this Bistro, just like Zazzle, coincidence? you know it isn’t!)

And the topper, the best of the best, the Cherry on top of the double chocolate ribbon cake with brownie crumbles covered in hot fudge, ice cream, and of course whip cream…It’s Cafe Zazzle! Yes that is the real name of this little restaurant in Petaluma, CA that brandishes the slogan “Eat This!” (I dig their style)

no pic sorry :(

So my plan is to go to all of these restaurants, get the house favorite and make Zazzle Shirts for all the staff with my picture on it, eating their food (trippy I know). Cause the only thing that is more valuable to a cafe that shares a name with Zazzle is a picture of me, on a shirt (especially when it is an organic shirt, so soft….so soft…). Yeah, so any contribs that want to come, let me know, pancakes on me!


3 Responses to “Zazzle Eats”

  1. Potatocrisps Says:

    Mm.. delicious pixelation..

  2. DT Says:

    Free food? … I so want to go

  3. Aurora Says:

    This is a zelious idea.

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