This country needs some culture... I should open a restaurant and pursue my dreams
But how much does it cost
Mr. Bradfieldo we have found a wonderful place were rustico once was.
I have worked long and hard, yet I have made no progress
Calabe Bradfieldo, a Spanish ambassador, upon his return to Spain from America, realized America was in desperate need of culinary revolution. He decided to found a restaurant that would change the palate of America. He named the place, “Calabe’s Carne Cafe”, meaning Calabe’s Meat Restaurant. Calabe decided to base his restaurant in Stevensville, MD in hopes of finding government officials near their homes to persuade them to integrate Spanish food into the American cuisine.
Mitchelliger's Surprise Entrance
Chomp! Smack! Chomp!
How is the steak?
Calabe met with the real estate agent, Dr. Walshenstien, who helped him find a suitable building. Calabe buys the restaurant where the old Italian-style restaurant, Rustico, used to be. Dr. Walshenstien decides it would be a good investment opportunity to partake in Calabe’s restaurant.
The Offer Part I
I want you, to work for me. goo goo gaga
But why would you want a simple cook like me who is chasing his dreams just starting out
Calabe Bradfieldo spends hours a day for what seemed like years of backbreaking work on his restaurant. He felt like it would never end. After a few months of struggle to become a prominent business, he finishes his restaurant and receives an important customer.
The Offer Part II
what will i choose... will i follow my dreams or follow mitchelliger for the money and get famous
He is a child prodigy, an 18 month old genius, named Mitchelliger, running a multimillion dollar cookbook company, called La Bebe es Hambre, used nationwide in many households. His ingenious cookbooks inspired new recipes from the Greats like Betty Crocker and Chef Boyardee, and was even featured on the Ellen show.
After eating at the restaurant, Mitchelliger decides he wants Calabe to be his partner for his cookbook and restaurant chain. This may seem great, but Calabe would have to give up his young restaurant and his dreams to move miles away to the heart of Mexico City, where Mitchelliger’s cookbook headquarters lie.
Because this steak is good and you good so you work for me.
The downside, Calabe has always had a rivalry with Mexico, being that the Spanish settlers separated from Spain (Calabe is a little old school). To make a decision, Calabe resorts to the expertise of Dr. Walshenstein, financial advisor. What will it be for Calabe: tending to his unsuccessful new restaurant, or millions of dollars supporting a country he does not?