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When Primo's and Francine are out...then what?


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When Primo's and Francine are out...then what?

Carlie_eats | Jul 19, 2007 08:47 AM

Looking for a yummy foodie place to eat in Camden area. I had mentally crossed off Primo's because we have a 15 month old and I figured it might be too reserved a dining location for a child of this age. I thought Francine might be perfect...the reviews I read said the food was super, and the complaints were all about the noise, how it was too casual for people's tastes, the crowded, "funky" atmosphere and such. It sounded like the right way for us to err with a little one on our hands. And then I realized that they're closed the two days we have available, Sunday and Monday! Argh! We could possibly squeeze in a dinner late on Saturday but I'm doubtful. We're driving up Saturday so we'll have spent all day in the car, we have to check in at our hotel and we have to get some grocery shopping done that night. I'd hate to ruin a great dinner opportunity by picking a bad time for us. What else should we consider? I am heartbroken to give Francine up...I thought it would be perfect but, I'd still love to have a great dining out experience one day. I heard some good things about Tavern on the Falls and people seem split on Natalie's. Any advice? I'm not sure where to go from here.

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