Now we're seated at Sam's. The wait was about 20 minutes, but the food was worth every second.
You write your order on an order form. I'm a long-time customer, so all I write is my name, and Sam knows what I like. Actually it's what he likes to fix, and I don't know one type of sushi from another, but it's always good.
Quite a bargain, huh?
Sam is apparently a big Shania Twain fan.
My bud Jer.
Sam behind the counter
A picture of Sam from a fishing trip. Sam has traveled the world.
We've just been served - about 35 minutes after arriving. The only problem is that I was so hungry I forgot to take a picture of my plate of food!
The crowd at Sam's; he directed us to a table where we can enjoy our lunch and watch others wait. That's bud Jer down the lower right corner making a funny. I took this pic from the very back of Sam's restaurant - so you get an idea of how tiny it is and why it's so crowded.
I stopped at the Arcade on my way back to the office. This is the oldest arcade of its type in the country - it's been here over 100 years.
The Peanut Shop is one of the oldest commercial establishments in Nashville..
Inside the shop.
A view of the AmSouth building on my way back to the office.