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I'm starting to crave fresh summery seafoods. Where can I find a good ceviche? Preferably in Jackson Heights. I've enjoyed going to nuevo latino places such as Patria...but frankly, I just want ...
As per, Mr. Leff's request, here is my brief report on
the Czech & Slovak Festival and Bohemian Hall over the
I went on Sunday and the place was packed. Wall to wall
people, mostly Cz...
I am not much of a bar aficianado, so I need some
advice. I will be meeting an old friend for a
drinkafter work in a couple of weeks and would like a
place that is:
- Stylish but...
- Not noi...
went there for lunch on friday and was pleasantly
surprised. i had heard it wasn't that great and am a
bit skeptical when it comes to danny meyer's
restaurants, though that is definitely changi...
Three places recently visited and enjoyed:
Greek - 3 or 4 blocks down Broadway away from the N
train, toward Steinway St - Nostalgia - excellent
fish, interesting mezze (a cheese and hot-pepper d...
Someone told me about a place in Matewan, NJ called Big Ed's Barbeque. Has anyone heard of this or eaten there?
Does anyone know where you can get a genuine
cask-conditioned ale like they have in England anywhere
Le Madelaine is one of the old fixtures of the theater
district (43rd St. near 9th). I hadn't been there is
years, but I'll be going back soon: They got a new chef
a couple year's back, and he'...
I'm a big fan of Wild Edibles, a wholesale fish
operation (on Elizabeth just below Houston) that
opened a retail outlet about a year or so ago.
Jonathan, the owner, and his chef/frontman, Adam, ...
Today Ellen and I followed up Asimov's enthusiastic
review of Dimple a few weeks back. It was alright --
mainly I liked that nothing was quite what I expected.
(even the samosas, which weren't p...
Town Bagel, at Plainview Rd. and Old Country Rd. in
Plainview, has got good bagels -- they are dense and
chewy, with a good amount of flavor and a nice crust.
Not world-class, but if you are aro...
Has anyone dined at the Basque restaurant (Marichu?)
near the U.N.? The owner has published a cookbook
which has excellent recipes. One of which, venison
with red currant sauce, made me wild wit...
Help! I don't know a thing over there. Passed a
likely looking soul food house, heard about some good
tapas, and know I'm not too far from little Brazil.
We're moving from Soho, and I'm going...
For some time I have contemplated posting Claude's croissants on "The Best" message board, but have refrained because his patisserie is written about so widely in other places. However, the New Yo...
I would appreciate opinions regarding several options-
all quite different- we have for our fifth anniversary
dinner: Firebird, Café Boulud, La Grenouille, or
Gramercy Tavern. We've been to Gram...
Has anybody else eaten at Gennaros? It's on Amsterdam
Avenue between 92nd and 93rd.
I ate there by myself three months ago, and I'm
debating if I want to try coming back with my
I'll be in the Bennington, Vermont area Memorial Day
weekend. Can anyone recommend good restaurants (of
any price range or cuisine) in that area?
Another bottarga sighting. Had a wonderful lemony,
maccheroni with bottarga last night at i Coppi.
Two big developments at i Coppi:
1. They are now open for lunch
2. The garden in back is o...
Good suggestions merit a prayer on your behalf at the
Western Wall by me personally
Obviously, I know both are superior restaurants, or at
least, lauded...But I'd like to hear a fellow
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