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ISO lunch companions Jackson Hts/Elmhurst/Woodside

howdini | Nov 15, 201908:40 AM     12

My gf and I are settling in to our new digs in a beautiful co-op in JH. I work at night, so my days are free to explore the culinary wonderland right outside my door, but dining alone limits the variety I really crave: what can I put in my gullet after a big bowl of delicious soup or an omelet over rice? OK, I can probably fit more in after the latter, but you get my drift.

So I'm hereby sending up the Fat Signal: I'd love lunch companionship to maximize my daily flavor content. Any and all 'hounds are greatly encouraged to join me. I'm a good conversationalist, too. Lots of fun at parties!

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