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My parents-in-law live in Murray Hill, on the corner of
Park Ave. and 34th. (In the winter, they live in
Florida.) I enjoy going to dinner with them; for me
it's like a game of seeing how I can ...
Is there a korean restaurant in Bklyn I can
frequent..open to suggestions....Thanks.
Came across a place called Princess' Southern Touch , on E1ST between First and A. The sign on the door said "please knock", so we did. The door was opened by an old woman who yelled at us for kn...
Looking for a great place to have brunch for 25-30
people in Manhattan to celebrate a friend's 50th
birthday. Don't want to break the bank, but looking
for more than just 2 eggs over easy. Any...
Has anyone else out there had an experience at the
newly opened American Brasserie (off Broadway in the
sixties)? I'm usually willing to give a new place the
benefit of the doubt, but my experi...
A new restaurant has opened on Smith Street called Sur.
We had a very good dinner, the mixed grill was more
than enough for two, the skirt steak, the blood
sausage, and other sausages and ribs ...
I know Sevilla's is open, but where else can I take my
Mom for Thanksgiving dinner? It doesn't have to be
turkey (but no Asia/Indian food) and not outrageously
expensive. Oh, please don't sugg...
Does anyone know how late into the fall does the
farmers market offer an abundance? Does it go all year
Am planning a festive and romantic weekend in the city, and our hotel is in Tribeca. I'm looking for a good place for Sunday brunch. Any suggestions? Thanks.
A friend was visiting me from Orlando, her first comment to me as we walked into Gertel's for chocolate ruglach, Guss' for pickles and the Italian Food Center for an "Italian Food Center Special" S...
Any suggestions for some good restaurants in
Phoenix/Scottsdale. Have you heard of a
restaurant in North Scottsdale with the name
Michael in the title? Don's know any more than
If you are coming to DC and only have time for one
meal, I enthusiastically recommend that you go to
Kinkead's. Seafood is the highlight here; preparations
sometime flirt with going over the to...
I am a big lover of seafood and will be going to San
Francisco for my first time. Does anyone know of a
place where there is the basic fried seafood...the type
of place where they don't mix it ...
HELP - MY BOSS WILL BE IN NEW YORK ON NEW YEARS EVE TO
BE A PART OF THE TIME SQUARE CELEBRATIONS - I NEED THE
NAME OF SOME RESTUARANTS TO CALL FOR RESERVATIONS
LOCATED RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF ALL...
For all of you pizza-hounds out there---last night, we went to a pizza-making class given by Michele and Charles Scicolone. They're out promoting their new book, "Pizza, Any Way You Slice It."
Has Abe gone nutso? I haven't been to Tramps for a
while, but it was always one of my cajun faves with
more than reasonable prices. I was shell-shocked to
see the prices practically double. A...
I went to Cho Dang Gol, a Korean restaurant
specializing in bean curd on W 35th st. the other
night. This is the place that Reichl raphsodized over
in here review a few months ago. The food wa...
Do you know the name of an Argentinian Dairy restaurant
in Brooklyn (I believe it is in Williamsburg).
Gee, the Pumpkin/Apple/Doughnut/Cider/Pie place that Josh talked about in the General Topic sure sounds good. So if I took a drive up to the Brewster area, where should I stop for food -- restaura...
I happened to discover this web site last week while
preparing for my annual weekend pilgrimmage to New
York, a tradition established twenty years ago when I
left the city for parts unknown. My or...
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