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Tasting Room - Delightful!

by Cath 20 years ago

Visited the Tasting Room last night on 1st Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues and had a very positive experience all around. I recall seeing some buzz on this new place (3 months old) a while back...


by kate 20 years ago

I loved Acme. I don't know about sitting at a table and all that jazz, but if you grab a seat at the oyster bar (not the regular bar), order some Dixie beer, and just let the shuckers keep on shuck...

Jewish - Manhattan Sammy's Deli

by Tord 20 years ago

This is a fun place - especially when you can sit outside and enjoy your food on the patio in this attractive little square. It's at 1 Kendal Place off Broadway in Cambridge. 617/252-0044 The hour...

Felicia's: Heaven in Hyde Park

by Robert 20 years ago

This morning i woke up with a mysterious craving for a Felicia's jelly donut -- if only it weren't 3,000 miles away. How i envy you Bostonians who need only scoot down to Readville for lunch at Fe...


by karen hanson 20 years ago

Can anyone recommend moderately priced seafood restaurants (NOT family dining style! ) in the St Pete's area that take credit cards ? Thx

Sunday Brunch Debate

by nyc visitor 20 years ago

I just discovered this site and the ChowHound philosophy is my motto also. A group of us will be visiting Manhattan at the end of March and we had a spirited debate on where to go for Sunday ...

Tea tasting

by Barb H. 20 years ago

Went to an interesting tea tasting at a relatively new tea shop on Broadway (Rt. 9) near Main St. in Tarrytown. The place is called Silver Tips (after the buds-only "white" darjeeling). Owner was...

Pepe Rosso's Siblings

by Jim Leff 20 years ago

I just went back to Pepe Rosso to Go again (on Sullivan just south of Houston). As I said in my book, it's one of the most authentic hits of Italy you can get in the city. Not travel poster/glossy ...

midtow, east side lunch

by Steve 20 years ago

I really haven't been able to find a good place around here for lunch. Any suggestions?

Chinatown Walnuts

by Steven Stern 20 years ago

Kam Kuo, the great all-purpose Chinatown grocery (Mott St. near Bowery), has recently installed a bunch of self-service bins filled with various goodies sold by the pound. Wacky-looking individuall...

Sweet 'N Tart (where 20 Mott St. Used to Be)

by Lynn 20 years ago

Such a dreary day yesterday that I needed a Chinatown fix---lunch and Chinese supermarkets. Usually appalled by the crowd scenes outside the "new" Sweet 'n Tart Cafe (Mott St), my sister and I m...

Peter Luger (replies to Jim and Paul)

by Patrick A. 20 years ago

This post is a continuation of a thread on Dry Aged Beef that started over on the Boston board. I've linked the first post from that thread at the bottom of this post. Jim: Carnegie sucks and Lug...

great italian in park slope??

by Ric Zoon 20 years ago

hey everyone- I have to take some people out in Park Slope and they love italian food. Any suggestions? Just looking for moderately priced but more importantly great home cooking!! a place th...

West Indies Chow on St. Croix

by Tom Armitage 20 years ago

My wife and I were lecturers for a continuing education program on a Carribean cruise recently. (Yeah, I know, it was a tough assignment, but someone had to do it.) When the ship called at St. Cr...

If not Mother's, what?

by Cathy 20 years ago

I was sad to read the posts about Mother's going downhill. Anybody have any other recommendations for breakfast in New Orleans?

Spoto's..West Palm Beach

by Paul Desorcy 20 years ago

Went to Spoto's (125 Datura St. 561 835-1828)for lunch last Tuesday. It was one of our pr-planned stops on our Florida trip. We arrived at 2:00 and they were still quite busy(good sign). I start...

Picholine -- is it still good?

by Patrick A. 20 years ago

Who's been to Picholine recently? I had a marvellous meal there shortly after it opened a few years ago. Now I have a reservation there for dinner with my parents on Friday. I've heard that there m...

Return trip to Real Azteca

by Patrick A. 20 years ago

I've been thinking all week about going back to Real Azteca, the taqueria that Helen recommended on 163 St. in the Bronx. (Link to her original post below.) So my friend Adam was in town and we ...

Great Quebec City Dinner Recommendations Wanted

by Judith 20 years ago

My husband and I will be visiting Quebec the end of this month for the first time - if anyone can give us some recommendations for where good regional dining can be had, we would appreciate it.

Need 2 good dinner recommendations

by Judith 20 years ago

My husband and I will only be in Montreal for 2 nights the end of this month - if you only had, unfortunately, two opportunities to eat at really good Montreal restaurants - which would you choose ...

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