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help - friday night dinner & sunday breakfast!

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help - friday night dinner & sunday breakfast!

erika | May 19, 2005 11:54 AM

hey so im in town for the weekend and would like to go to a good place friday w/ a young scene but NOT outrageously priced (we're pretty much all on student budgets boohoohoo). my friend's coming from austin, and im from NY, so something in between those 2 price ranges would be good. i was thinking maybe tria cafe, someone had recommended it to me for dinner saturday night, but something along those lines sounds like what im looking for. do you think we'll need reservations? i also plan to have a sandwich at DiNic's late friday afternoon so something lite is preferable.
also, what is a nice place to eat a sunday brunch alone (again not expensive - maybe $15-20 w/ a drink) hopefully over by the greyhound station @ 10th & filbert. i was thinking maybe lakeside deli for dim sum but i think id rather eat something healthier, plus i wont be able to eat that much myself. id prefer somewhere that uses fresh seasonal ingredients and all that cuz there's plenty of diners at home (unless there's a diner that serves food like that). thanks for all your help, im so looking forward to eating my way round town!

p.s. can anyone tell me how the neighborhood by 2nd & 3rd streets @ market is late at night? ill most likely be staying by there - thanks!

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