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We are looking for a place for tomorrow night- and any
other nights- for my family and another, four kids
total!-to eat. We will be with another family of chef
Dad and Mom and 2 kids, and we ar...
Interesting question arose during a food debate today.
Had people from two of the three carolina BBQ zones
(E. North, W. North, and South C - the one of these we
were physically missing was t...
Every month I try to get a few people together for what I call a "Risk Your Life For Food Night". The idea is to go out for a great meal in a really bad neighborhood. It's a lot of fun and, there's...
This nice Catholic girl is going to her first Seder in a few weeks and would like some suggestions about something really delicious to bring to the hostess... Please let me know...Also where to pur...
my parents are flying in next week for a much longed for week in NY. thing is, they're sceptical about their guidebook and wanted to know where would be best to go and eat in new york. they're not ...
I'll actually be staying in Louvaine-la-Neuve, but
recommendations in the entire area around Bruxelle
would be welcome.
Were hosting a Seder this year
for the first time (for me,
anyway...my wifes first husband
was Jewish, and she recently
learned that shes not 100%
Sicilian, but her real maternal
I'm flying off to Seattle for my first visit to the Pacific Northwest. Any suggestions? I like
Ready to celebrate the end of this week'sclear-liquids fast/Colyte quaffing extravganza (preparation for a long-awaited series of intestinal examinations- there's a REASON I haven't been posting mu...
Lovers of seafood and/or Italian cuisine going to San
Francisco late April. Any recommendations for
memorable, romantic, good value for the price, sort of
places? Cost isn't a huge issue. I ...
We'll be spending a week in Vienna and a week in Prague
during late May and early June. Any recommendations on
where to find moderate/inexpensive food?
With fear and trepidation I recommend The Stand in
Seaside, OR. Everything served on paper, but the
price is right and oh so good. The surfers love it
and so do we! Thanks Jose.
Looks like a lot of us are planning trips to San
Francisco this summer. We're going in mid-July.
Would love any suggestions from locals re interesting,
moderate, ethnic food. Especially "real" ...
The Nutrition and Food Studies department of my alma mater, NYU, hosted an extremely well organized "Food Career Day" today. It was a free event that lasted from 9:00am to 5:00pm and featured fift...
So what do people think of Trois Jeans (79th St.,
just east of Lex)? I've always enjoyed it and I
consider their cassoulet to be the best in NY (though I
will not doubt hear about better now :) ...
Topaz Thai restaurant on West 56th street is on my list
of possible places to have dinner before seeing
a show this coming Saturday evening. I'm trying
to find an inexpensive restaurant near the t...
A friend has asked me to recommend a North African restaurant where you eat with your hands. I know there are such places, but I have no "first hand" experience.
I need to know the best restaurants to visit while in New York for two days only. fri-sun. japenese,mixed,different. How's Nobu?thanx
I ate at this little place just behind the Concert building in Amsterdam. It's great!
It is called Oud-Zuid (Old South) in a bit of a posh neighbourhood, at the Johannes Verhulststraat 64.
It is qu...
Thought it was a shame that BOTH Peter Kaminsky of NYmagazine and Rose Kim of Newsday gave huge amounts of space to the Korean fare at Kum Gang San in Flushing this week. Both gave it stellar revie...
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