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not about center city


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not about center city

mrspvr | Feb 3, 2006 07:47 AM

Okay, we're supposed to have dinner with friends next Sunday night at the Blue Sage Grille in Southampton. We moved to Washington DC and will only be in town a couple nights with plans the rest of the time. Blue Sage is closed on Sundays as it turns out.

None of us are vegetarians we just really like eating there and miss it. We'd like to find an alternative that is also very interesting, a BYO would be key, and not very expensive. (Entrees at Blue Sage range from $15 to $17. (If you've never been here, you must go. Atmosphere understated but service couldn't be better. Food is amazingly well balanced, well presented, and really interesting, not to mention delicious.) Anyway, we'll be doing other things in the city and wouldn't mind doing the suburbs for this. (The northern ones like from Bensalem to Yardley/Newtown. Probably not as far as Doylestown but anything in between those two are fine although I know these areas aren't exactly the mecca of culture and dining. I also consider the Northeast a suburb if that helps.)

If you think we'd be making a grave mistake by downgrading to something else by refusal to go back to the city then make your reccomendations for whatever else in the city comes to mind. We really like the whole Indian thing and I know there are lots of BYO choices but we are planning on doing that the night before.

What do you say?

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