Tuesday, April 04, 2006

The Kowloon House

The communities just north of Boston are a cavalcade of strangeness. There's Frank Giuffrida's Hilltop Steakhouse, replete with its 80-foot cactus. There was the late and great Palace Nightclub, where disco never died. And perhaps most weird is the Kowloon House, pointed out to me by a friend on a recent trip up Route 1.

Take a gander:

That's us in a green SUV on Route 1 on the left. The Kowloon Chinese Restaurant is in the center. And on the right is the Kowloon House: A home that exists entirely in the parking lot of this somehow-locally-famous Chinese place.

The NaturalBlog likes to answer your questions, not raise them, but I don't know if I can do that here. Can anybody explain what that house is doing there? Did it play hide-and-seek with the other houses, and forget its way home?



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