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I pass "Luncheonette," on Court near Pacific St. every
day, and it smells GOOD. Has anyone eaten there?
Everyone in there seems to know each other really well,
awhich is daunting. Will they w...
Has anyone eaten here? We're thinking of dining here
for Thanksgiving, mostly for the movie "Hannah and her
Sisters", but the prix fixe dinner at $54 seems pricey.
I was lucky enough to visit Rinconcito Peruano for
lunch today, because they served the very best
vegetable soup I have ever had on their special
lunch. I am not sure what all was in it - it wa...
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For lunch today, I followed up Sietsema's review of
Spring Boy Fouzhou on Allen St, in this week's Voice. I
ate dumpling soup and noodles with peanut sauce. I
would not order the dumpling soup a...
Allan, Jim's told me you're from the neighborhood.. I'm wondering if you've ever been to Cafe Italiano (a spiced up pizzeria basically) in the Rockbottom Shopping Centre on Northern Blvd at 156th ...
I am doing a major gear-shift this year and intend to do Thanksgiving on my own (after reviewing some pretty unsavory alternatives). Wondering what thoughts may strike you as to places that would ...
For the first time (after living there for 20 years and
returning twice yearly ever since) I find myself
looking for a place to have Christmas dinner with my
wife and kids (13 and 10). The kids ...
My friend bought some bean pie from a Black Muslim in
Brooklyn. It tastes great -- sort of a light caramel
flavor. The crust is flaky.
Here's a find while on vacation in the Dordogne region of France. By accident, we stumbled upon the tiny and picturesque village of Limeuil . The name of the restaurant is called Le Chai -- it is...
Hi... any suggestions for a restaurant that offers a
traditional (more or less) Thanksgiving dinner? I
assume most places will be prix fixe, and don't wanna
spend more than $50/each (excluding ...
My parents-in-law live in Murray Hill, on the corner of
Park Ave. and 34th. (In the winter, they live in
Florida.) I enjoy going to dinner with them; for me
it's like a game of seeing how I can ...
Is there a korean restaurant in Bklyn I can
frequent..open to suggestions....Thanks.
Came across a place called Princess' Southern Touch , on E1ST between First and A. The sign on the door said "please knock", so we did. The door was opened by an old woman who yelled at us for kn...
Looking for a great place to have brunch for 25-30
people in Manhattan to celebrate a friend's 50th
birthday. Don't want to break the bank, but looking
for more than just 2 eggs over easy. Any...
Has anyone else out there had an experience at the
newly opened American Brasserie (off Broadway in the
sixties)? I'm usually willing to give a new place the
benefit of the doubt, but my experi...
A new restaurant has opened on Smith Street called Sur.
We had a very good dinner, the mixed grill was more
than enough for two, the skirt steak, the blood
sausage, and other sausages and ribs ...
I know Sevilla's is open, but where else can I take my
Mom for Thanksgiving dinner? It doesn't have to be
turkey (but no Asia/Indian food) and not outrageously
expensive. Oh, please don't sugg...
Am planning a festive and romantic weekend in the city, and our hotel is in Tribeca. I'm looking for a good place for Sunday brunch. Any suggestions? Thanks.
A friend was visiting me from Orlando, her first comment to me as we walked into Gertel's for chocolate ruglach, Guss' for pickles and the Italian Food Center for an "Italian Food Center Special" S...
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