Sarco's Hot Links
Sarco's may hold a special place in everyone's hearts, but there are plenty of other wonderful places in this great food-loving country of ours that deserve praise.
One of Sarco Fuggus's personal inspirations, wonderfully maintained by author, humor columnist and radio personality James Lileks. The Gallery details the poorly photographed and illustrated foodstuffs of the '40s, '50s, and '60s, where dull and tasteless dinners saturated with lard and fat were depicted in throat-constricting color, yet happily devoured by American families.
Maker of Señor Sandwich, the American icon that's been in our hearts since childhood, Gobler Toys had a terrific year in 1969 and looks forward to even more success in the future. Here you can appreciate the far-reaching vision of Ira M. Gobler, the President and Founder, and reminisce about the toys you used to play with, such as Gobler's Wobblers and Kiki the Fashion Tiki.
It's good to know that there are people in America who hold strongly to proper religious beliefs. It'd be a sin not to visit the Landover Baptist Church, the largest, most powerful assembly of worthwhile people to ever exist. Be sure you're devout, however! The unsaved are not welcome here.
Keeping to a strong, upright standard of news reporting, The Onion, America's Finest News Source, stands head and shoulders above the other online newspapers. The Onion gives you the latest in what you want to know.
Other Fine Sarco's Establishments
Many of these places are no longer with us, but Sarco has always shown the entrepreneurial spirit.
Sarco's Chinese Restaurant
"Once one of the best little-known purveyors of inauthentic fine dining in the San Francisco area, tastefully decorated with antiques and murals imported directly from Wisconsin. I heartily recommend the Faux Beef and Boy Sprouts platter, or the Sweet and Sour Student Tray."
Sarco's Head Shop of the Holy
"Originally opened in 1967 as a used record store (then known as Sarco's House of Wax), Sarco's H.S.o.t.H. gained considerable notoriety in a short time, particularly after it began carrying colorful 'psychedelic' clothing and recreational paraphernalia from such manufacturers as Electric Lettuce and Dead Soul Pop."
Sarco's Funeral Directors
"There's no time like the present. Once within these discreet hallways, you'll feel compelled to make arrangements. For yourself. For your loved ones. For peace of mind. When it comes to the afterlife, Sarco's helps you get your start."
"You stab 'em, we slab 'em."
Sarco's Discotheque of Love
"Sarco's couldn't let the hedonistic '70s pass by without catching the groove. Sarco's Discotheque of Love was built on the remains of the original Dead Lounge in Pasadena, California, but failed to last long after 1981. Due to a resurgence of interest, there are plans to build a 'Dead Club 70s' in Hollywood."