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Dominic McGrath | | Oct 11, 2000 10:20 PM

Roberta said:

>Oh, McGrath, Keuken Dutch deserved to die. It was
>pretty awful, especially in it's death throe
>days.Ghini's is good. My favorite is the imported ham
>sandwich on thickly buttered bread-oh my! Laverna's is
>great for atmosphere and a workingperson's A.M.
>stoke-up. Yeah! Where else do you like to eat?

I say:

There are lots of places that I'd like to try, but don't have the time or $$$ (or both). Here's a few that I do like:

Buddy's Grill: Had a really decent filet there, and the sides were more than good. I'm a sucker for good sauteed baby vegatables.

Ventana Canyon Resort: one of the best brunches I've ever had.

Firecracker Grill: inventive asian/continental cuisine. Want to go back but haven't had a chance.

Cafe Terra Cotta: Nouveau southwestern. Maybe it's been oversold, but I do enjoy my meals there.

Others I've already mentioned on this list: Tork's, Lerua's, Cafe Poca Cosa, Cafe Pacific.


Kingfisher: Dry fish is not my idea of good fish. More atmosphere than good food. Blah.

One's I'd like to try: Nonie's, Elle, Jonathon's Tucson Cork.

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