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asiege2 | Aug 21, 200612:02 AM     17

I'll be in Newark in September just long enough to have dinner, a quick breakfast and lunch.

I'm not too terribly picky about the type of food for dinner, (anything memorable will do) but I'm not wild about French, Indian or Japanese. (Doesn't have to be 'ethnic' food at all.) I'm looking for something relaxed, not incredibly pricey and not too fancy. Wine is a must have, but it doesn't have to be an insanely long list.

Breakfast... French toast and good coffee. I'm not going to be up there for a few weeks yet, but that's definitely what I want for breakfast. Something open early is important, as I'll be going ~6:30am. (Any good diners in the area?)

Lunch: Something with Central American influence would be good, but I'm not sure Newark, DE is the place for ethnic food. Aside from that... any place I'm more likely to get good food than not will do.

Thanks in advance for any input!

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