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What happened to all the chow hounds?

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by Mario 21 years ago

Chow Hound got off to a roaring start! Why did it just die. Hey guy what about a little PR? M.

San Leandro, CA

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by george osner 21 years ago

San Leandro is hardly the place I'd look if I were looking to find a bite in the San Francisco Bay Area. Even so, I found some good chow here. After a morning at the hot air balloon repair sho...

Leff Book Saves Day

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by Steve D. 21 years ago

Dentist appointment, 12:30, E. 35th Street. I show up on time, sign in, start to head for the elevators. Guard stops me: Where you going? 17th floor, sez I. Dentist. They're not there any mor...

Extreme Chowhounding

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by Chris E. 21 years ago

For a highly entertaining account of dining at its most intrepid, I call your attention to the following: http://www.salonmagazine.com/wlust/feature/1998/12/15fe ature.html

Trois Jean

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by martin merowitz 21 years ago

Experiences? Opinions? Advice? Thanks, Martin Merowitz

San Francisco: The Mission

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by Jeremy Osner 21 years ago

Hi all, My wife and I will be in San Francisco at the end of the month -- can anyone recommend good South American restaurants in the Mission district? Thanks, Jeremy

Lunch Near W 43rd St

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by Four Seasons 21 years ago

Can anyone recommend a great place for lunch near West 43rd Street. Want best food with atmosphere.

Reviewer Anonymity

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by Steven Shaw 21 years ago

Jim introduced the topic of reviewer anonymity--about which he is quite passionate--over on the Manhattan board (in the Il Buco thread). It came up regarding David Rosengarten, who writes New Yo...

the candy cottage

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by E. Kahaner 21 years ago

If you liked playing Candy Land, you'll love visiting the Candy Cottage on Wantagh Avenue (near the Sunrise Highway) in Wantagh, Long Island. Easy to miss, the cottage is a small two story house...

Fresh provolone

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by Jeremy Osner 21 years ago

Wow, I've just had a revelation... I always thought provolone was a tasteless slice of white that school cafeterias put on tuna sandwiches. Turns out I've been misled. I went out to the Corona H...

Great soup!

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by Jeremy Osner 21 years ago

I just had lunch at Restaurant Los Arrieros, in Jackson Heights--wonderful soup! The place is small, and very crowded at lunchtime; I had to sqeeze in next to someone. I ordered the soup of the ...

Anyone Been to Mars?

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by Caroline 21 years ago

Has anyone been to the Mars restaurant after a matinee or pre theatre? Is the menu 'out of this world" or the price??I am checking with chowhounds, cause the friends who suggested it may be fr...

Odeon on W. Broadway

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by ruth 21 years ago

How's Odeon? Please let me know your experiences there. thanks for your help on Thanksgiving ideas.

I.Coppi/NYC

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by stephen kaye 21 years ago

I took out 8 folks last night, we designed our own tasting menu for the table. everything was great, food, interior design servic. try it 432 east 9th 212 254 2263. tuscan

New Year's Eve Dinner

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by Bill 21 years ago

Looking for a fun spot for dinner on New Year's Eve (a place we could go to a 2-3 hours before going to a party to ring in the new year) for around 10-14 people. The emphasis would be on good f...

Jamon Iberico

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by Robin Majumdar 21 years ago

I'm buying a Pata Negra Jamon for my father for Christmas and I wonder if anyone knows the best way to store it and how long it will last for (assuming it's not finished by February). TIA Robin

el Rey

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by david martin 21 years ago

Has any one eaten at this restaurant? I had heard about it on WOR radio. I also need address it seems there are more than 1.

Santa Cruz, CA

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by Jeremy Osner 21 years ago

I'll be in Santa Cruz on New Year's Eve -- any places in particular I should check out? My wife heard tell that the First Night festivities, which are all over downtown SC, are fun -- any culina...

Gina & George Restaurant Puertorriqueno

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by Lobelia 21 years ago

Has anyone else eaten at Gina & George, a Puerto Rican hole in the wall with a counter up front and a few tables in back on 106th St. near 3rd Avenue? I stumbled on it today and had a tasty (an...

Malasian in Flushing

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by Jeremy Osner 21 years ago

I think some Chowhound recommended Satay Hut a while back; whoever you were, many thanks! My wife and I ate there on Saturday and we were in 7th heaven -- it's a great restaurant. It's a block...

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