|They're supposed to look like this but much greasier and|
wrapped in tin foil.
About a year and half ago I moved to Eureka Ca. and had almost forgotten all about Pacifica and their bread sticks. Recently I was back home in Martinez and thought he bread sticks! So I called down the street and ordered a large breadstick order.
|While delicious, they were NOT supposed to|
look like this.
I went on to explain to him what they're supposed to be. Little sticks of dough coated in garlic butter and sprinkled with parmesan cheese then wrapped in big bundle in foil. He didn't know what the fuck I was talking about but the other kid was like "Oh yea Chucky or whoever (who is an older employee that remembers the old bread sticks. I made up the name Chucky) made them once" Apparently this place has changed owners a bazillion times since I went there last and some moron thought that making bread sticks like every other pizza place in the world would be better than actually having a good and unique product. The kid was like "these are good I promise" and I replied "I'm sure they are, that's why every other pizza place makes them this way" and left disappointed. They were good, but totally not what I wanted. Every bite tasted like lack of nostalgia.
Maybe Marty O's Pizzeria can put them on their "Martinez Classics" menu with the empanadas. If anyone knows why they decided to change this I'm curious to know.