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The Sini-Gang are pinoys depicting a slice of Filipino-American life in Virginia Beach, VA via a weekly, light-hearted Podcast. We discuss anything and everything, and we call 'em as we see 'em through our Filipino-American eyes. Don't take us too seriously though, we don't.

Jun 6, 2007

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almost seventeen years ago

I like Tribu a lot but it\\\'s really small.

almost seventeen years ago

For the East Coast there is a nice filipino fusion restaurant/club in Olde City Philadelphia...

almost seventeen years ago

You guys went to the Bay and didn\'t tell us! I could\'ve given you a tour! And Fanime?? Damn!!!!! ooopsss.. sorry. lost my cool there. hehehe.. just kidding guys.

Sterno, Jerry\'s Grill is in Union City. The Jerry\'s Grill in Manila (Yes this one is their first U.S. branch) is pretty famous for their adobo flakes. Think 3 day old adobo, sliced in to small pieces and fried. Yum.

And also, there\'s a lot of filipino restaurants like that in the East Coast too. If you happen to be in New York, try the famous Cendrillon:

The Bay Area is also full of these kind of restaurants. If you ever come back in our neck of the woods, go to like


And Jolibee is in the same shopping center where Jerry\'s Grill is at in Union City. And I was just there (both restaurants) last month. I prolly saw you there Sterno. Maybe. :-)

Also, the bridge that kinda collapsed back in the \'89 Loma Pireta Quake was the Bay Bridge. It connects Oakland to San Francisco and passes thru Treasure Island. The \"bridge\" that recently collapsed wasn\'t really a bridge but an overpass that makes you go to the toll gate to enter the Bay Bridge.