Gerry Adams Dines At Bobby Van’s On Park Avenue

Ed Moloney looks at the culinary benefits of the peace process. Ed Moloney blogs @ The Broken Elbow.    

The peace process has its benefits.

A spy tells me that Gerry Adams was spotted last night dining – with ‘three Irish looking blokes’ – at the exclusive Bobby Van’s Steakhouse on Park Avenue and 46th Street.

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Adams is in town to attend the annual Clinton Foundation fest, at which the champion of Wall Street, deregulation and the overwhelmingly successful effort to mass incarcerate America’s African-American population, entertains his enormously wealthy and influential buddies to a weekend of revelry, over-consumption and lobbying for spouse Hillary, who is bidding for the White House herself.

It is a measure of how far the boul’ Gerry has come from the backstreets of Ballymuck, that starters at Bobby Van’s begin at $14.95 and rise to $21.95; a salad can set you back $18.95; entrees start at $39.95 and rise to $53.95; side dishes, spuds to you and me, are $7.95. And that’s before you figure in a dessert and drinks.

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God, ain’t this peace process just wunnerful!

1 comment:

  1. Come on Ed.
    When can we have a caption competition for GA in a Volkswagen so we can make a crack about Lying emissions.
    My crystal ball never fails me.