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Does this constitute a neighborhood restaurant?

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Does this constitute a neighborhood restaurant?

Larry Clarkson | Jun 15, 2005 03:55 AM

I wanted to see what you guys (the hounds) think about this caption, Would you consider the below a neighborhood restaurant with it's prices and all? or not? Or am I just getting to old where I believe a place around the corner that you can can go on a weekly or biweekly basis have entrees more reasonably priced (say 14 or 15$ or less for entrees). Here's the quote below (in referral to an LA rest):

" most main courses are less than $25 and you can get a wood-grilled burger — with fries — for $14. A restaurant with good food that's priced more to be a neighborhood hangout than a special occasion kind of place? This is the future of dining in L.A. and it can't come too quickly. We've always had the high-end places and the bargain ethnic restaurants, but very little in the everyday price range. Even valet parking is only $2. Unbelievable — at a time when valet parking is edging ever upward — and also very smart, because it sets you up to feel generously toward the place."

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