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What's a good place to go in the mid-afternoon, during the week, after lunch and before dinner? I need a comfortable place to meet 6 people to chat and enjoy an unusual atmosphere and/or menu. I'm ...
Have a rehearsal for an opera at Carnegie Hall next Sat (5/9) and would like to have dinner thereafter. All I can think of is Molyvos. I like it very much but would like to have alternative sugge...
After a few visits, I can recommend this Italian
restaurant on the pier (landfill?) at Piermont. It's
not the best place you'll ever eat, but it's pretty
good, consistent, friendly, and reasonably...
Tomorrow is my birthday 5/4 and I am thinking about
going to Gramercy Tavern for their cheese plate. Do I
need to make a reservation? How pricey is it? I know
I am running a little late here. ...
Stopped by on Sat. after the nearby St Agnes branch library sale -- it was a lovely day, and I felt like a civilized snack before heading back to Astoria with my booty -- and ordered a bowl of thei...
Recently went to Pupuseria Melissa in Huntington
(or is that Huntington Station?) on the corner of
Pulaski Rd. and Rt 110 (I think). Had read realy good
review last year (in Newsday?), didn't...
Has anyone tried "a di la" yet? 5th Ave. @ Carroll (I think) in Brooklyn. Beet ravioli (amazing) and the best plum crisp of my life. Portions aren't huge, but it's truly wonderful.
I'd heard good things about Hunan Ritz in the Rose Hill
Shopping Plaza on Kensico Ave. in Thornwood and I
hadn't been there for years, so we gave it a try last
night. It was a disappointment.
In his last-weeks's review of grand szechuan
international in Chelsea, reporting the move of the
enthusiast/owner uptown from szechuan international on
Canal St. East, Asimov left unclear whethe...
My 3 adult children and I will be coming from Carmel
to St. Louis in mid-May to see a couple of Cardinal
games. We are staying at the Mariott by Busch Stadium.
My children like brew pubs and I l...
Checked out Sweet Mama's in Park Slope last night.
First off, the faux southern roadhouse decor makes you feel like you're in one of those retro diners or something.
The texture of the "barb...
. . . or happen to live there, like i do, then you
must go to la foret on 1st ave. b/w 88 and 89. great
down to earth little french bistro with great food,
reasonable prices, good service, and...
I returned to Green Field last night. On my previous
trip, the meat was amazing and the salad bar
exhaustive, but this time around the meat was rather
lackluster and the lacking. It could be t...
Who knows about this place?
Should I go?
I want to go for dinner, even though I heard the brunch is good.
I'd appreciate any info on whether it's the good, the bad or the ugly!
Where's a good restaurant (preferably on the Upper East
Side) where you can go with the entire family,
including kids under 6?
Now that Roundabout is using a theater on 23rd and 3rd,
I wonder if anyone can recommend a decent restaurant in
this area for before Theater. Sounds like Picholine is
great but p...
In his latest review for LA Weekly, Jonathan Gold told
his readers that he is moving east this week to become
New York restaurant critic for Gourmet magazine. Then
comes the GOOD NEWS: "But I e...
I will be in Chicago in a few weeks & need some recommendations on top restaurants (preferrably near Michigan Ave).
I stumbled upon Le Gigot, on a recommendation from my waiter at Po. I have since been back several times and must say that i my taste-buds and stomach have yet to return to this earth ( they langu...
Is there a store in manhattan where i can purchase
dulce de leche.I reall y dont want to travel to queens
where i know i'll find it.I live in the bx.But i need
this for a recipe,Pls help.Lynette
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