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Going to "Freak!" and need to eat . . .

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by Christina Z. 22 years ago

"Freak" - The Cort Theatre, West 48th street, Friday, 2/27, 8pm curtain - The only place I thought of for dinner on that night was Uncle Nick's on 9th Ave. (Haven't been there but from the commen...

anything in Phoenix

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by Jim Dixon 22 years ago

I'll be in Phoenix for a couple of days in March and would like find some unadulterated local food in this land of strip malls and air conditioning. Any hot tips? Spots on the drive north to ...

Clementine

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by Carey Zeiser 22 years ago

What kind of crack was Gael Greene on when she put Clementine on her restaurant "Hot List"?! Puhleeeze. If you like your duck fatty instead of crispy, this place is for you. Or was it the attitud...

SUNY Purchase restaurants

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by Cindy Krantz 22 years ago

Does anyone know good inexpensive restaurants near SUNY Purchase for a Sunday night dinner?

Brooklyn Bewitchment

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by Lisa Antinore 22 years ago

Spent a wonderful Valentine's Day devouring Brooklyn's best.... I began my day at 330 Hicks Street just off of Atlantic Avenue at Fatoosh Pitza. It's one of my faves on Atlantic Avenue and as ...

Zola on food

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by Allan Evans 22 years ago

A fine novel by Emile Zola, "The Belly of Paris", is now in English. It's a quite fun read about a budding socialist amidst the temptations of sausages, sex, and lusciuous victuals at the Les H...

Wang Shim Lee for Korean game

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by Alan Divack 22 years ago

Yesterday, Sylvia Carter wrote up Wang Shim Kee, a Korean restaurant which sounds very unusual. Amongst other things, it features game on the grill -- boar, pheasant, venison, rabbit. (Last ti...

Egyptian ecstacy

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by allan evans 23 years ago

After a trip to Cairo it was a joy to return to the Kabob Cafe in Astoria, Queens. The ful mudammes was laden with garlic and herbs, and luscious tempting mashi (stuffed zucchini and peppers) m...

Sail into Pier25A

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by Lisa Antjnore 22 years ago

First and foremost: Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated!!! For those of you who E-mailed and wondered what the dealie-yo(my inner-city eighth graders are starting to rub off on me) w...

Great Italian in the East 30s

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by Josh Mittleman 23 years ago

Try La Giara, on 3rd Ave. just below 34th St. It's a small, very good Italian restaurant. Prices are reasonable: appetizers & desserts were $6-$8, main dishes $15-$20. The food was really speci...

My Fave Mexican

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by DeeBee 22 years ago

My favorite Mexican restraunt is Cancun on 8th Ave. between 55th and 56th. It's not fancy, but I think the food is great. I've often seen Letterman's band members there and Broadway actors. The ...

Steak

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by Penelope 22 years ago

I am not a big steak eater, but my boyfriend is, and I would like to take him to a really good steak restaurant for his birthday. I am more concerned with the quality of the restaurant, rather than...

Bo Revisited for the First Time

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by Dave Feldman 22 years ago

Hadn't been to Queens for a food fix in too long, so two pals and I went to Bo for Korean. I don't think we were *quite* as excited about the food as Alan and Lisa, but we enjoyed it very much. ...

Dining in Courchevel ?

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by Bernie 22 years ago

Any suggestions/recommendations for fine dining a/o excellent food in Courchevel, FRANCE ?

Kadel's

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by rachelhope 22 years ago

Sorry that it's taken me so long to report -- I've been away for a week: I love Kadel's. Excellent caribbean soul food takeout, fish and fowl only (at least, no beef). I especially love the ...

good waspy food in barcelona

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by helen 23 years ago

and —what the hey—perhaps some spanish or portuguese...? take it away...

Elias Corner

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by Pete Feliz 22 years ago

The following must be read as an impression of Piper Laurie in "Carrie": "I ate at Elias Corner the other night--and I liked it (cackle-cackle)! I liked it (cackle-cackle)! Even after I got the ...

Dim Sum and A Parade

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by Lisa Antinore 22 years ago

My friends on the Taiwanese New Year Festival Committee in Flushing just passed the Parade route on to me and I thought I'd pass it on. This year it's on Saturday, January 24th from 11:00 to 2:00p...

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