Here's one of the first one that pop's up....'ve never been very handy in the kitchen - truth be told, I'm such a bad cook that I once food-poisoned a date (though not intentionally, of course). I've lived in the Mission for almost 25 years, and it was at one fateful dinner party very early on that a certain Italian guest of mine commented rather wryly after dinner: "Where'd you buy the pasta noodles? Builder's Emporium?".
Then he told me about Lucca Ravioli Company and I have to say, they have really saved me ever since. Now whenever someone comes over and expects there to be food on the table, Lucca is my go-to for supplies - they make me look good! A little freshly-made spinach fettuccine (you can watch them making it in the window), some house-made Marinara, a nice loaf of bread, some Limoncello to pour over ice cream for dessert and, bam! Dinner's on the table. I count on Lucca for everyday supplies too. I think I've been walking in there every couple of weeks for maybe twenty years now for a nice big bottle of vanilla syrup; they sell every flavor of the rainbow for the incredibly reasonable price of $6 a bottle. I pour it over yogurt, put it in applesauce and perk up my coffee every morning with this wonderful treat.
Lucca definitely has the class of an old-world deli, with a beautiful map of Italy painted on the ceiling so you can educate yourself on the provinces while you wait in line. Not that I've done that, I'm just making suggestions. This is the kind of place you can take even out-of-town East Coast relatives who think there are no good delis on the West Coast and only they know of the best deli that ever was - they will be impressed once they get inside and stop talking your ear off. Bonafide Italians love Lucca too because, after all, it's a real Italian deli. With such likability, you can expect to have a few people in front of you. But the guys who work there are so efficient and together, they will have you taken care of in no time.
It's not even worth suing her for the documentary because they have no money. Too Funny this story even got any attention. I see a girl trying to make a quick buck.
I came so close in getting in @ 6 now one has to wonder if they will drop it back to the two's until there are actual earnings.
A rule established by the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) that allows insiders of publicly traded corporations to set up a trading plan for selling stocks they own. Rule 10b5-1 allows major holders to sell a predetermined number of shares at a predetermined time. 10b5-1 plans are used by many corporate executives in an attempt to avoid accusations of insider trading.
Just one word for you. "idiot", or I should say I am for thinking you knew what you were doing when you significantly downgrade 2 days before earnings. Luckily, I only sold half...but what the pain is today on those sold shares.
Sure glad the market refused to fill my $6.75 bid. Guess I wait a week or two for the low $6 mark again.
I sure hope not I dbl'd down @57
“I think the year ended on a nice note. I’m not disappointed,” retail industry analyst Marie Driscoll said. “I’m not sure what people expected. This is going to be a slow process, and they’re holding their own and improving market share.”