Most guests recommend trying nicely cooked ribs , pork and chicken feet. As many guests affirm, the service is professional. No info on opening hours. Restaurant menu. South Side Chi, Houston. Add a photo. Claim your business.
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If so, we joked, it had to be something out of Maywood or some other predominantly Black Chicago suburb. No shade, but anyone who is Black and living in the Chicagoland area knows the darndest things happen in our suburbs. Robert L. Hines: I was still living in Chicago at the time and I was doing little clubs here and there. I was doing this little coffee house in Naperville and this [sketch comedy group], Big Dog Eat Child, was there. Could you do this character for us? Weirdest thing I had ever seen. It was people living there. It was a lot of junk in the yard that nobody seems to give a shit about, and there were bands living in this place.
Robert Lazarik Hines born January 17, is an American comedian and actor. In August , Hines enlisted in the U. To support himself while honing his skills as a comedian, Hines began working as a Correctional Officer at Chicago's Cook County Jail in , at the age of Hines started doing stand-up comedy at the age of His first performance was in June at the Funny Firm , a Chicago comedy club owned by Len Austrevitch, who would later cast Hines in his first film roles. Mac and Lionel booked Hines on the spot for their Monday night show at Chicago's Cotton Club, where Hines continued to appear for nearly a year. All four comedians became mentors and friends of Hines. Hines credits Shay Shay with helping him learn to make his comedy more personal, telling Steven Johnson of the Chicago Tribune , "Shay told me I've got to show them my pain. In , Hines was nominated for the Sammy Davis, Jr. The ad featured a real web address and Hines' actual cellphone number and was inspired by the local hard-sell TV commercials the creators— brothers Pedro Castro and Ramiro Castro— saw growing up in Chicago.
The effect of good comedy transcends the present moment it was made, and this is exactly the story of the Jones BBQ and Foot Massage. Ten years after the release of the commercial skit that raked in a whopping eleven million views on YouTube, we still find that commercial very hilarious and rib-cracking. We recently remembered that skit because somebody in the office thought it was a real place. We wish!