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Sorry, I should have included specific locations for the places I mentioned. Here they are (missing some phone numbers.)
Cisco's, 1511 E. 6th Street. 512-478-2420.
Curra's, 614 E. Oltorf, 512-4...
i went to Komodo, a relatively new place in the east village [12th and Ave. A], last night and i must say, it's definitely worth a look if you like creative food...they serve fush...
Can anyone come up with the name of the shop in mid-town that specializes in Japanese sweets? Thanks as always (in advance). p.
Salon today reviews a book on the origin of restaurants in 19th-century France.
I just moved my office to Richmond Hill ( Jamaica Ave and Lefferts Blvd area ). I need to know a few good places to eat lunch in the area. I am willing to try just about anything. Any suggestion...
I heard the truckers that bring Twinkies
snack cakes fo market are planning to go
on strike. I don't eat Twinkies but
I know they are very popular so if this rumor is
true there may be widespread...
I was considering going to this place based on Arthur Schwartz's favorable reaction to the place. Has anyone else been there that can describe what it's like?
Looking for a suggestion for an elegant dining
experience in San Antonio, Texas.
While Chowhound is devoted mainly to dining at restaurants, I want to note that some of the most excellent experiences you can have are at club events. An example was this evening's Ceres (CA) Rot...
Calvin Trillin had wonderful chowhoundy piece in the most recent New Yorker about his search for the pumpernickel bagels of his daughters' childhoods. If only he'd tuned in to this site i'll bet w...
I'm new to this site, so I missed the earlier disciussion of See's. I grew up in See's country, and while I think some of their creations (and especially the truffles) so-so at best, I have to say...
I saw a cartoon which referred to the "good ol' days, when Lucky Charms only had 4 shapes". I don't know the official names, but to the layman, they look like Heart, Star, Moon, and 4-leafed Clove...
Taken today at the Pearl Oyster Bar on Cornelia Street:
- A glass (or two) of Pinot Gris.
- A bowl of silken, smoky clam chowder with bacon.
- A dozen briny, glistening oysters, just opened.
Looking for QUALITY pizza by the slice in Brooklyn. REAL fresh cheese, thin crust.... you know what i mean!
One of the best I've found is SALS PIZZA on 86th Street in Bay Ridge.....
OK, this is a trick post: Fred Sweeney is not from Coalinga, he's from Arroyo Grande (not Santa Maria).
Fred caters a couple of hot-air ballooning events we fly at, including the redoubtable WHA...
I will be in Beaufort,SC for several days and would appreciate recommendations of regional restaurants.
Diners, shacks and similar venues are of particular
after a fine lunch at pho tu do (119 bowery - previously recommended here) we went across the street to get my son a pork bun fix and pick up some desserts.
we went to the shandy bakery (not sur...
Making my Dad an 80th B'Day party on June 3rd. Would like it to be in Bklyn. Need help!!! Need a private room for 40. All food okay except Chinese.
where can i buy merguez sausages in brooklyn ,queens or staten island ?
Does anyone know where Kim (formerly at Captain King) is cooking now?
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