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Need a place for kids

by Julie P. 20 years ago

I'll be doing the the "tree" and "window" thing on Saturday 12/12 and am looking for a lively, decent spot for lunch where my 3yr old and myself will find good burgers, homemade macs n'cheese, mash...

Philadelphia - Society Hill area

by N. Patrick 20 years ago

Will be in Philadelphia this weekend for the big football game. Staying in the Society Hill area for the first time and not familiar with restaurants in this area. We are usually in the Center ...


by Barry Strugatz 20 years ago

Does anyone know where the best jellybeans are sold in NYC? It's for my Aunt's 90th birthday. Thanks!

Thanksgiving solo

by Deb V. 20 years ago

Well, I did X-giving on my own for the first time ever ('ever' in my case being quite awhile). THANKS to the responders to my post who helped me to put the holiday in perspective! It was an incre...

Lucien - a bistro?

by Barb H. 20 years ago

Baby Jake's on First Ave near Houston has been replaced by a French bistro-looking place called Lucien. I think it's the same owners. It looks interesting, but I only seem to pass by when it's...

Would Restaurant

by E. Cornell 20 years ago

We went to our favorite restaurant in the Ulster-Orange county area, the Would Restaurant in Highland for Thanksgiving dinner. I was pleased I didn't have to cook or suffer through turkey as the f...

Dining (and eating) in DC- and Bethesda (Md.)

by Lisa R. 21 years ago

I will be going home to parents over the holidays- I expect some good free babysitting and my husband and I want to catch up and try out great new places. They live in Bethesda, but we will be ...

Malt Balls and Chinese Food

by Jim Leff 20 years ago

I found great malt balls in Midtown...and checked out that new Ollie's across from the Sony Theater. Read all about it on the "What Jim Had For Dinner" page at [BROKEN LINK REMOVED] Also, if yo...

The Red Beret steakhouse

by Jeremy Osner 20 years ago

Wednesday night, we tried La Boina Roja for the first time; it is a recently-opened Colombian-style steakhouse on 37th Ave in Jackson Heights. We were quite pleased with our meal. Ellen ordere...

San Francisco/ "wine Country" Advice Request

by Martin Merowitz 20 years ago

We'll visit again in March. Where to stay? Found Auberge du Soleil attitude unbearable; Mandarin wonderful but strain on budget;Park Hyatt, nice. Where to eat? Is Cafe Panisse worth the wait? Lov...


by Melisande 20 years ago

I have a choice of going to Bouley Bakery, Felidia or to Le Bernardin (but I have been there many, many times). I've never been to the other two. Who's got an opinion? Thanks for your help!

Alsace/Lorraine, France

by Steve 21 years ago

I will be spending about 5 days split between Alsace and Lorraine and am looking for restaurant recommendations there. Thanks.

Paris Zagat vs. New York Zagat

by Dan Sonenberg 20 years ago

This past summer I was lucky enough to be in Paris for a short while, and while there I picked up a copy of the new(ish) Paris Zagat guide. It was very interesting to me that restaurants that w...

request advice : long weekend 12/12/98

by martin merowitz 20 years ago

How are/ what to order, what wines @ nougatine, union sq cafe, payard? Are Ratner's onion rolls still worth a detour? ditto bonte eclairs? cloisters? rockettes? 42nd st library reading room? I grew...


by John Knoesel 20 years ago

All the best to my fellow chowhounds on this great day! I can't beleive this is our 2nd Thanksgiving together! Best Regards, JK

Diwan Express

by Jeremy Osner 20 years ago

Last night I stopped by the Indian takeout counter that has opened in the old location of Jackson Diner, for some sweets. I had chaat, a honey-flavored cake that tastes like somewhere between ba...

The Heartbeat at The W hotel

by Debbie 20 years ago

Anyone tried it yet, due to formally open Dec 4th. Doing private seatings currently. How about any formal reviews done?

Lunch at Pearsons

by Seth Ditchik 20 years ago

Had lunch at Pearson's this afternoon; it just rams home what a loss this is. Sat in the back at one of the steel picnic table, probably for the last time, and savored the amazing chopped pork ...

Cape Cod Chow

by Lisa Antinore 21 years ago

Will be attending my cousin's wedding on the Cape in a few weeks and wanted to try some of my ChowHound buddies' fave dining spots. I'll be staying in the Dennis/Yarmouth area most of the time bu...

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