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Blue Ribbon Bakery

by Jim Leff 23 years ago

I just went to Blue Ribbon Bakery...check out my impressions in the What Jim Had For Dinner Last Night section ([BROKEN LINK REMOVED]). Sorry I'm not posting more...life keeps getting in the w...

Union Square Cafe

by Jeremy Osner 23 years ago

For our anniversary gift my wife and I got a $150 gift-certificate to USC. Now, I'm not really used to eating expensive food, and I hope someone could give me some recommendations for what to ea...

Capsouto Freres Revisited

by John Knoesel 23 years ago

Got a mailing from Capsouto Freres offering a free souffle and an announcement on their new chef, Eric Heinrich. Has anyone been there lately? When I used to work on Spring & Greenwich it was eit...

411 on philly

by Sandy Paik 23 years ago

awhile back, i mentioned this italian restaurant that i liked in philly, but couldn't remember the name...for those of you in the area or going to the area, you must check out La Locanda del Ghi...

Eric A's Barbecue Review - July 15th

by Christina Z. 23 years ago

Jim, Nice mention in Eric A's article on barbecque in The Times today. Looking forward to reading your book in October.


by Josh 23 years ago

Ignoring the barbaric spelling: What are the best places in the city for Brazillian barbeque?

Looking for real food

by Jack 23 years ago

Between New Haven and NYC, driving home on Sunday nights, are there any decent meals to be had without getting more than 10 minutes from either 95 or the Merritt Parkway???

Sandwiches in San Francisco

by Richard Miller 23 years ago

I'm visiting San Francisco in a few weeks, where are the best sandwiches?

Osteria Laguna

by Barbara Daddario 23 years ago

Has anyone tried the new Osteria Laguna on 42nd between 2nd and 3rd?

benito's II

by mike greco 23 years ago

very good food. location mulberry in little italy

Taco Truck in Jackson Heights

by Jeremy Osner 23 years ago

The Taco Landia truck is parked permanently in a parking lot at 77th street and Roosevelt ave. Anyone who has walked on Roosevelt in the 70's knows what a fun, bustling scene it is there; Taco L...

Russian place for party

by Alan Divack 23 years ago

I am looking for a Russian (or Central Asian) place for a party for about 25 people in a few weeks. It should have music (such as it is), dancing, etc., and at least acceptable food. I used t...

Providence restaurants

by ildavis 23 years ago

We are going to Providence in a few weeks. Have heard there are some excellent Italian,Portugese places. We would appreciate suggestions. /thanks, ildavis

Has anyone dined at Monaco?

by Tom S 23 years ago

Has anyone tried Monaco, or Cafe Monaco, on Amsterdam near 81st? Please advise.

Bill, Hillary, and Monica Together at Dean & Deluca!

by Lisa Antinore 23 years ago

All snuggled up cozily on the pastry counter charging twelve dollars each to take them home! Well not exactly ;-) but the exact likeness of them expertly painted onto the glaze of three differen...

Breaking News!

by Jim Leff 23 years ago

Bad News: Georgie's Pastries and Better Crust Bakery have closed Good News: Charles Southern Kitchen's all-you-can-eat buffet is open Bad News: Charles just split town for a couple of weeks. R...

Pizza in Midtown

by Michele Fuchs 23 years ago

If you like big slices with lots of chesses, not thin crust, try Little Italy pizza on Vanderbilt between 45th and 46th streets. It is terrific but there are huge lines starting at noon until ? I...

Molly O'Neill on PBS

by John Knoesel 23 years ago

Made my first donation to PBS in the hope that more programs about chowhounding are produced by, for and about the local food scene. I'd have to say my two favorite characters were the donut dud...

5th Ave south of 9th Street

by Jeremy Osner 23 years ago

I had never (much) been on 5th Ave south of 9th Street, when I used to live in Park Slope. Yesterday I walked from 21st Street to 9th Street, and I couldn't believe the number and variety of res...

Spice World

by Lisa Antinore 23 years ago

No, this is not another campy article about British singing-sensations Scary, Baby, Sporty, Posh, and Ginger but rather a testimony to the tastiness of cinnamon, turmeric, coriander, cardamom, and ...

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