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Lisa (and anyone else who cares to pipe in):
Have you been to marino's brick oven pizza 163-01 29th ave 539-0097? It's run by the owners of a nice Italaian market (next door), and all ingredie...
The Tap Room on 18th Between 5th and 6th.
I spent 2 weeks in Vienna Last year and am using the fabulous beer gardens there as my ruler.
The Tap Room is almost like being there. The beer is bre...
Took the wife and kids to Donovan's of Bayside last
night and I am glad to report that the 1/2 Lb. Bacon
Cheeseburger was up to snuff. Lots of bacon on what a
lot of people believe to be the bes...
I'm not sure about the Soho G.G., but the one uptown at
Broadway and 96 St. has a big kosher department in the
basement of the store. (The pastry case is
particularly impressive.) I'm not sure what...
pickled watermelon rind-
why do all recipees for this pickle stipulate that the rind must bathe in a salt water brine for 24 hrs before pickling?
when boiling does an unpeeled spud do be...
Has anyone tried any of the Moroccan restaurants in
Astoria? A few months ago, we noticed a few promising
places (whose names I have forgotten) while driving
down Steinway Street. Also, the la...
Can anyone tell me about a Chilean restaurant called
Pomaire, on W. 46th St?
On Friday's FOOD TALK Schwartz said that there's no
ristafal (that Indonesian rice buffet that I can't spell
in NYC. Is there a good ristafal in the boroughs, Long
Island, or heck--the tri-state?...
to piggy back on some of the other quests for descent
italian food...I am looking for the quality without the
priciness, and preferably without the globs of pork
I tripped over a small bar and restaurant with a real
family atmosphere. The owner is Sal. He waits tables,
cooks and does all an owner should. His wife is Grace.
Grace cooks as well. In the...
Can anyone advise my friend:
"I have two friends visiting NYC this Christmas. We are
looking for the best authentic and down-to-earth
Italian restaurant in any of the five boroughs.
I am talki...
So, how about that Ed Levine? Front
page of last week's NYT food section!A chowhound after our
own hearts! If there is any kind of chowhound
end-of-year celebration, maybe we can invite him.
I'm travelling to Chapel Hill, NC next week. Does anyone have any restaurant suggestions? Many thanks.
I was passing through Bordeaux this summer. (Don't you love that sentence?) I had one of the best meals of my life in a bistro called La Tupina where much of the food is cooked at the open hearth. ...
usually, i go along with most of what e.asimov gives
out, so i traipsed to this macdougal street bistro for
saturday dinner. it is pretty, and the waiters are
friendly, but only one wine by the ...
I was dismayed to find a glowing review of Taka in the Daily News. I've loved it for years (in my opinion, it's the best moderately-priced sushi place downtown) & don't want too much competition f...
Three years ago, I told my neighbor, Mr. "Noodles on
28th" (Chinese at 3rd Ave.) that someone should open a
Vietnamese joint in our no-name 'hood. That someone
turned out to be Sam's, the popula...
Have been to Garden Fresh three times now. Good to excellent vegetarian chinese. Stuffed mushrooms were different and tasty, all the greens have been fantastic. Didn't care at alll for the mock ...
A plea. Someplace good to eat in Columbia County. Don't
tell me the Old Sheepherder's Inn, because it feels
like Darien and when I call for a table they tell me
they can seat me at 5:30 or 10 pm...
Has anyone been to Sofia Fabulous Grill on E 63 - same owners as Sofia Fabulous Pizza on upper Madison Ave.?
Am interested in quality, menu selection (type of food) and price.
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