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Buzzeo's Italian restaurant in Long Island City is
worth a try. It's on 36th Ave between 31st St (the el)
and 32nd St. Stay away from the $5.95 pasta dishes and
go for the pasta specials like Ca...
well, i don't know about you guys, but this heat is
killing me. one way i try to cool down is with some
cold noodles, in particular, naengmyon, the korean cold
noodle soup, and zaru soba, the j...
Went looking for Saka Gura for lunch. Instead, I found Hapo at the smae address--also Japanese. Food was delicious. Atmosphere was quite nice--open and airy. I had sushi/sashimi combo. My...
Boy is there a lot of bad cajun/creole food in this
area! Is there ANY authentic cajun/creole in New York
City or New Jersey?
Did anyone try the buffet at La Bella Vita on Rockaway
Blvd in Ozone Park (near Aqueduct). They have it on
Thursday and Friday nites only. I'm curious if it's
I will be in Miami and would like to go to some Latin
American places (not Cuban, I already have my
favorites there!). I like fish, if that helps.
Last minute plans bring me to this Upper East Side
area, for a mid-morning appointment. Any suggestions
for a nice place to have lunch? Thanks.
Has anyone been to Waterloo Brasserie in the West
Village? What's it like? We've walked by a few times,
and it looks nice and it's always crowded (I know
that's not a good factor to judge but....
I'd like suggestions for restaurants in Edmonton, where
I'll be spending a week in July
I just returned from six days in Barcelona. Our
gastronomic experiences ran hot and cold, but we found
that the best Catalan cooking, coupled with the local
cava, was capable of lifting us ...
I'm looking for a great hotel bar, with alot of
atmosphere and great martinis to take some out-of-
towners. Preferably one with some historical ambience.
A friend and I are hoping to canoe down the river
Tiber, into Rome. We have a few basic questions and
would be really greatful if anyone can help in any
How high up-stream is the ri...
Thanks and abrazos to Angela, who told me about La Conquita; I found it last night after some effort (for anyone who may want to follow in my footsteps, it's at Grove and Bay, a block north of the ...
A new Mexican joint opened up in Hunters Point on
Vernon Boulevard near 48th Avenue. The food was really
pretty decent and margaritas weren't bad either. The
place is called "Ponchjoes & Laverty...
I'm planning a day trip from upstate and have a few
inquiries about Barbetta on restauant row:
Whats the dress code?
Are reservations for lunch a must?
Could I get out of there for less than $...
Does anyone know where I can buy great beef jerky in Manhattan?
Has anyone been to this Basque place on Greenwich yet?
I'd love to find authentic ekmek kadaif (Turkish bread
pudding/pastry) in Manhattan or Queens. I've eaten it
in Istanbul, and the only place I'd ever found it here
was in a now-defunct restaura...
Any chowhounds have any favorite $19.99 lunch spots - (Eastside preferred)?
I'm trying to find out the address of a wholesale
caviar dealer supposedly located in Long Island City.
Friends and I are planning a caviar and vodka tasting
so we're looking for a supplier with...
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