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janwil | Feb 18, 200709:37 AM     26

Saratoga has been known for great restaurants, but in the past couple of years we go to Saratoga we end up having a bad meal. This includes Brindisi's, Chameleon on the Lake, The Old Bryan Inn, One Caroline, Mouzon House and several others that are supposed to be good (and expensive). It reminds me of The Emporer's New Clothes. People believe it's good because they are told that this is what's good, and they would be embarrased to admit they paid so much for dinner and it wasn't good like everyone says, or that they don't understand what's good about it like their. Let's raise the bar and start demandig a great dining experience to go along with the Saratoga price tag.

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