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Miriam Leonardi has died. She was 78.
My wife and I knew her well for 39 years. She was sui generis. Miriam made La Buca a wonderful place to enjoy a true Emiliana country meal "down by the Po....
During this trying times, there is no need for this... Very disappointed!!
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An unassuming noodle specialist on Aurora Ave North, the business' self-description on Yelp is telling: "We have soup noodle and dry noodle. Please see our menu. We will provide more dishes in the ...
Little Chengdu opened a few years ago on Hanford St. off of Rainier Ave S. It may be an off-shoot of an LA-based franchise, which is suggested by the slick menu and Clover hardware on display in w...
A joint review seemed in order for these two multi-location Seattle burger emporia. Both are similar in their embrace of a Shake Shack-oriented trend (founded in 2004) favoring a kind of nostalgic...
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“But “influencer” doesn’t sit well with López-Alt because it comes with negative connotations of clickbait or free meals.
‘I wouldn’t consider...
Perhaps we can list 2021 closings here.
With patios opening up on Friday, I thought I would start a new version of this thread. Have you booked any reservations yet? Where are you hoping to go? We haven't yet booked anything as places...
By the time I realized how crappy Mem Day weekend was gonna be, it was too late to cancel the hotel. So we slogged around but still had a good time, here's what we hit. Drove up Sat. (from Boston) ...
My in-laws are planning to take everyone to Orlando next April. We will be staying at the Waldorf, and we are a mixed group (8 adults, 5 kids ages 4-12), a few vegetarians, one traditional meat 'n...
Where do you enjoy food in Toronto?
I like the Roman pizza al taglio at Eataly and the Vietnamese banh mi at Rustle & Still.
The pork souvlaki at Megas is pretty tasty.
I also recommend t...
Given all the developments over the last couple of week, I am very, very optimistic for my January 2022 birthday trip to Paris. I thought I would put this out there to get a discussion going. In ...
We're heading into Manhattan tomorrow for the Colbert taping. Was hoping to get a Dough Doughnut but it seems like their midtown locations are closed. Doughnut Plant at GCT is also closed, and I'm ...
The Rotunda, the one piece of the beautiful City of Paris building preserved as a restaurant, will re-open on June 15.
Neiman-Marcus, Level Four
150 Stockton Street
Saturday seems like the first hint of Fall. I was thinking of soon making boudin blanc with aligot. However, I need some caul fat to encase the boudin.
After reading about Frybread Love in this extensive profile, https://lostcoastoutpost.com/2021/may/6/sharing-frybread-love-taste-native-comfort-food/ , I know where I'm going when I next visit Trin...
Anyone know where to get a good daiquiri or piña colada in TO? Rhum Corner, Bar Chef, Civil Liberties and Patois don't have them on their current menus.
Thanks for any tips!
it became an institution under the steady hands and driven minds of garrett harker, andrew holden, jackson cannon and the devoted staff they managed to assemble over the past 15 years. it helped re...
This year, today, June 14, is Dragon Boat Festival. 'Tis the season for consuming zongzi (aka joong), the tamal-like parcels of stuffed sticky rice wrapped and steamed in bamboo leaves. A month ago...
I'm pleased to report that, contrary to my experiences re-visiting restaurants that I regularly visited pre-pandemic not being as good now, China Wok, which is now open for indoor dining, is as goo...