Everybody else is talking about the food, but right now we’re gonna talk a bit about the look of the place. About the gorgeous interior of the restaurant venue itself, about the signage, the whole menus-and-business-cards-and-collateral branding of this dining establishment called VIA 313.
My inherent nerdiness – devout consumer of newspapers, the dictionary, the phone book, and maps by age 5 – can be traced back to my dad and our preparations for family road trips. For as long as I can remember, AAA has been a part of my life (re: Virgo, nerd, planner) on the road.
Imagine a subculture that spans from bearded hipsters with sailor tattoos, to soccer dads with T-shirts tucked into their denim shorts; a clever combination of people with one goal in mind: to hit the open road for a slice of summertime Americana, in a piece of hot apple pie on wheels – the Great American RV.
QuiltCon, suggests the press release, is for modern quilters what ComicCon is for comic book creators and fans. Hard-hitting investigative team of journalists or not, we’re not going to clarify or argue that statement – because it’s spot on.