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Cask-conditioned ale

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by Cosimo Lucchese 21 years ago

Does anyone know where you can get a genuine cask-conditioned ale like they have in England anywhere in Manhattan?

Le Madelaine

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by Josh Mittleman 21 years ago

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'...

meat

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by Doug Pepper 21 years ago

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, ...

Offbeat Gujarati

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by Jeremy Osner 21 years ago

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...

Good bagels in Plainview

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by Jeremy Osner 21 years ago

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...

Basque cuisine

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by Allan Evans 22 years ago

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...

My office is moving to 35th & 9th Ave...

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by Governor 21 years ago

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...

Patisserie Claude

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by Jennifer Stott 21 years ago

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...

5-year Anniversary which venue?

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by Janet 21 years ago

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...

Gennaro's on Amsterdam

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by Jessica Nepomuceno 21 years ago

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 boyfriend. Y...

Dining around Bennington, VT

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by Seth Ditchik 21 years ago

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?

Bottarga at I Coppi

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by Dave Feldman 21 years ago

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...

Seeking Divine Chow In Israel!

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by Amy Tarshis 21 years ago

Good suggestions merit a prayer on your behalf at the Western Wall by me personally

March or Lespinasse?

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by Sunny Maken 21 years ago

Obviously, I know both are superior restaurants, or at least, lauded...But I'd like to hear a fellow Chowhound feedback

Mercer Ktchen or Bond street?

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by andrei 21 years ago

I'm going out on Saturday night with my girlfriend and landed a 10 pm at Mercer Kitchen and 10:30 at Bond St. Which should I go with?

archetypal diner, Modesto, CA

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by george osner 21 years ago

The Old Mill on 9th St. (old Hwy. 99) on the edge of downtown Modesto is one of those archetypal, soon to be history places. I say soon to be history because the building is to be torn down to m...

City Hall

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by Renee 21 years ago

Has any one tried City Hall or Canaletto? I would appreciate any feed back on these restaurants.

Nino's

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by Renee 21 years ago

Has anyone tried Nino's on first between 72nd and 73rd? The food is consistently good and the service is very polite and efficient. Nino will prepare anything to your liking, he is the consumate...

Has anyone been to "Quake"

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by judy goldberg 21 years ago

Has anyone been to Quake on broadway and 10th street? Any good? Thanks.

HELP:best Indian? breakfast/brunch on Upper East Side?

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by Tammy Birk 21 years ago

Hope that the chowhound readers can direct me to one of the better Indian restaurants in town. We're staying at a midtown location, but are willing to trek anywhere for a Saturday dinner if you...

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