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Okay...feeling kinda bummed about the portions and quality of food I've been having lately...Would love to hear of some great finds in Manhattan or Queens for FRESH interesting food at GOOD Prices ...
Hello everybody and thanks for reading. I need advice
badly. I will be going out for dinner with family
including 6 small kids and need to find a "new" place.
I am looking for some place that ha...
I'm look ing for a list of good pizza places in Brooklyn and Queens. I don't want the standard Grimaldi's and Nicks. I want a good regular place.
Not since I lived in South Carolina, have I seen Shrimp n grits in a restaurant. I'm not talking about the fancy places, just good Southern Foods, red eye gravy and the like.
My folks are spending January in Santa Fe and I'd like
to make them a Christmas gift of dinner in a good,
interesting restarant. Any suggestions would be much
I swear this is my last post today. It's a wonder I'm not fired.
For months I've been looking for Ponzu sauce which is used at Nobu. It's made with the juice of an asian citrus called yuzu. Wel...
Any suggestions as to where we could find good scallion pancakes that have been cooked on a griddle, rather than fried. (either Manhattan or outer boroughs)
This is the name of the grocery store on Commack Rd. That serves latino food at Lunchtime only !!!
I would love to do an oyster tour of NY... spend an evening ordering a dozen (or so...) oysters in various places around the city.
allright, its corporate chow time and i have to go to dinner at one of the following:
3. le bernardin
4. tuscan square
5. le cirque 2000
6. gramercy tavern
put yourself in ...
Hi, I was wondering what are some relatively cheap and good haunts on the Lower East Side (any cuisine is OK). I am usually down there once a week, and need somewhere to chow! :) Thanks a lot!!
reading jims article about the thai temple and the developing neighborhood prompted me to post about the the (indian) ganapati temple in flushing: i don't know the exact address, but going north on...
i was wondering for ya'll that live in jackson heights, does anyone know where i can find jasmine (mothi). Its a south asian flower and its not in season, but since Jackson Heights have a good sou...
When Ray's bought the building that had housed Rosario's for fifty years, I thought that Brooklyn pizza in Manhattan was over...I grew up by the slice, thank you, not by the pie. Out Xmas shopping...
Wandered into Velli on Houston betw. Sullivan and MacDougal and was pleasently surprised, but not that surprised, to have a delicious meal. I usually rely pretty heavily upon the Jean-Claude Iacche...
yesterday was the second time i went to bo's; wow, what an unbelievable find, thank you jeff. the sad thing was that the restaurant was completely empty. completely empty! my friend and i were the ...
Has anyone eaten at this restaurant in the Parker Meridian Hotel? Both Gael Greene and Zagats have listed it as the best breakfast in NYC.
Anyone try House of Good Eats for BBQ yet?
To read the NY Times article about this place, go to the link below and plug "House of Good Eats" into the search box.
Some friends and myself are considering cooking a goose for New Year's Eve. Why? why not. I've never cooked a goose before, in fact I don't believe I've ever eaten a goose before (okay, maybe the...
Thanksgiving is the last weekend for Thompson's Cider Mill. This is a wonderful family run operation where the owner gives you a knife to try all his different apples, gives out taste samples of h...
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