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a good byob to try?

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a good byob to try?

DanielleM | Dec 11, 2007 01:11 PM

Usually around this time of year, my husband and I go out for a nice "holiday meal", just to celebrate the year, and spend a bit of the xmas bonus. I'm struggling to choose where to go this year. I would like some suggestions of a center city area byob which will be predictably good. I have been to Matyson, Melograno, Raddichio, Lolita, Django. All were very good, but I'd like to try something I haven't been to before, and I'm blanking.

I know there are many italian byo's - but I'd rather not have Italian, unless it is new-world and modern like Melograno.

On the same BYO topic, I was at Nan last weekend, and was disappointed. Does anyone know if the chef job has changed hands? I heard a few years ago that their chef was having some health problems, and wondered if he hung it up.

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