Before I begin I would like to send my love and prayers to Danny. Rest in peace homie. Not too long ago I met Danny at Neighborhood SD, it was the spot for all of us to chill every week and for some, everyday. Neighborhood a.k.a The Hood is a popular restaurant on the corner of 8th & G, yes the 8th & G Gangggg!! Anyways, Danny was always around, as a matter a fact, The Hood was the only spot we've ever hung out. One time we did hang out at Quartyard but anyways, Danny was a part of the regulars crew. We meet up after work and shoot the shits. I guess I'm just sharing my memory of him. Danny always had a smile on his face, we were always surrounded by a lot of people so everybody was trying to talk to everybody. Major distraction, too much going on, but Danny always made sure he asked me how I'm doing and how was my day. We just talked, about anything. Great person to be around. I'm 32 now and I've been to a lot of funerals lately, I'm not saying this for sympathy, I'm pointing out the fact that I've been very blessed to know a lot of people, whether some turned foes or good friends It has taught me to always live it like your last. Not saying to wild out, saying make it count, every minute of it. Danny, it's a blessing to have met you on this Earth, I'm touched by your presence and will always have great memories of you, Cheers mate.
We went to the new sushi joint for dinner called Tokyo Deli, located on G Street directly across the street from 5&A Dime. It's been open for a minute now but never had the chance to visit till tonight. A small and very clean sushi deli, with real Japanese folks. I've never seen them busy so my first impression when I walked in was damn they're over staffed. I don't know how busy they are during the day but ya'll must try this place out. They have the usual Nigiri sushi, sushi rolls, and the sushi burrito and then, something caught my attention. To my right of the display there was Rain Drop Cake! I have no idea what is it , what it's made out of or what it taste like, but I've been seeing it on my social media so I ordered that shit too. The food was very tasty and fresh, one sushi burrito might not fill you up though, so you might want to order more if you need to. Tokyo Deli is more of a snack place, get something to grub on to fuel up and be on your way. Busy downtown life right there.