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sel | Jan 14, 2014 06:04 AM

One of my lads is graduating from boot camp this Friday. Found a thread with the same question but it was a bit over 2 years old. With the restaurant scene changing so rapidly I'm thinking maybe some new places have opened.
We're staying in Old Town but will all have cars. Our group of family and Pfc. sel's friends is quite diverse, ranging from 18 year olds to the Marine grandma who will be 88 four days after the grad. Grandma is the only stickler, she enjoys good chow but doesn't like the order at the counter, take a number and receive minimal service drill. Prefers good table service, especially for dinner. That said, where should we go for maybe excellent morning coffee (really would like to avoid the Charbux on base!), patisserie with fresh croissants, breakfast (Cafe on Park still good?) maybe a lunch (I've liked sandwiches at Bread et Cie) and a couple of dinners (good craft local and Belgian brews a plus for me!)? Price is not much of a concern but don't want to mess with reservations or get dressed up. Upscale Mexican or Indian, Neapolitan Pizza with other choices for those that aren't into pizza, local, organic farm to table etc. places (might have gone to The Linkery where I've had some good meals but…..), American comfort food or…….?

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