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Metisse or Savann?

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by JimmyZ. 22 years ago

For a charming, cozy Valentine's dinner, should I head all the way uptown to Metisse or try Savann, which I've heard uneven things about. Or should I just stick with my reservation at Bottino a...

Forest Hills

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by Jordan 22 years ago

Where's the chow in Forest Hills? I have a movie date there next week-end.

9 AM Sunday Chinatown Breakfast

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by BillL 22 years ago

I was wondering if anyone knows of a great place to go in Chinatown (or other spot in Manhattan) to go for a Sunday morning meal? Thanks. Bill L

Coco Roco (Peruvian in Park Slope)

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by Alan Divack 22 years ago

We went with some friends to Coco Roco (392 Fifth Ave, brooklyn) this afternoon for lunch. On the whole, I refer the food at Rinconcito Peruano in Manhattan, which is also a lot cheaper. Howev...

Escargot

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by Michele Fuchs 23 years ago

I have some favorite places but... I would like to know which restaurants (all price levels) chowhounds think have the best escargot. This could be traditional (the more butter and garlic, the bett...

Delhi Palace / Jackson Diner / Tabaq

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by Alan Divack 22 years ago

I have heard and read wildly contradictory and varying reports about these places over the past few weeks and months. Has anyone been recently to report?

egg creams

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by Rocco 22 years ago

kings highway and east 16th street -- great egg creams, if you can look past the plastic cups.

Spazzia/Ruby Fu's

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by Tom Goldstone 22 years ago

In the past two weeks I've been to 2 brand new Upper West Side restaurants and had VERY different experiences... SPAZZIA -- 77th and Columbus -- owned and run by the same people who brought yo...

Afghan in Woodside

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by Jeremy Osner 23 years ago

Following the EGG, we dined at Speengar on Friday night. Our shared dinner was Aukush (scallion ravioli with yogurt; I might be spelling it wrong), Narienge Palaw (pilaf with saffron and orange ...

Angelo's on Mulberry St. and/ or other 'Little Italy" recommendations.

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by David Martin 22 years ago

I am setting up a social/buisness dinner for about 6 people. I had been to Angelo's many years ago and enjoyed it then. I would welcome any updated opinions or any suggestions for dinner in 'Lit...

Bruno's--Pleasanton, CA

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by george osner 22 years ago

Pleasanton's downtown is a hidden gem. This is a suburban city just east of Oakland, with 2 Interstates running alongside it (I-580 & 680), and the normal compliment of huge freeway-oriented Ca...

Campanile/L.A.

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by Debbie Puente 22 years ago

First of all, HEY DAVE, I FOUND IT! (Not that it was hard to find.) I'm being taken to Campanile this week as a thank you gift. I just finished reading the reply from Jonathan Gold and I think...

Cesar -- Berkeley

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by rachelhope 22 years ago

Posting from Cesar, a tapas bar co-owned by Alice Waters, right next door to Chez Panisse. Went to Cesar this evening with 6 friends, and tried a good sampling of their offerings. The restaura...

Pacific Northwest Restaurants--looking for Barbara Spigler

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by Tom Armitage 22 years ago

On January 30, I received an e-mail from Barbara Spigler, who said she had found my e-mail address at the Chowhound site, and asked me for recommendations in connection with a trip to Seattle, V...

Sandwiches in Modesto, CA

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by george osner 22 years ago

Pretty basic chow, sandwiches. Modesto has many places you can go to get a sandwich, but my easy favorite is The Brighter Side, 13th & K Streets in downtown. It's a funky place, run by folks w...

O Padeiro

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by Jeremy Osner 23 years ago

I was really intrigued by Asimov's review of O Padeiro on Wednesday. Has anyone around here eaten there? Comments? I'll probably be going there a few times in January (it sounds like great col...

cambodian crisis

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by allan evans 23 years ago

The SEA Cambodian restaurant in Fort Greene, Brooklyn is still closed, despite their sign stating that January 8th would be re-opening day! Would someone who frequents or lives near the site re...

I Coppi -- New Tuscan in the East Village

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by Dave Feldman 23 years ago

Full Disclosure Upfront: I'm about to recommend a new restaurant owned and operated by two friends. Because they are friends, and I've seen them work on gathering the funds for five years, and th...

Josefina's

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by Allan Evans 22 years ago

Due to work at Lincoln Center, I've been eating at Josefina's and must compliment their simple, tasty, well-proportioned cooking. Today they had a smooth, rich, thick black bean soup topped with mi...

Picholine, Tabla or Verbena for a 40 Birthday dinner

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by Ellen 22 years ago

I have narrowed it down to these 3-any suggestions which to choose? Thanks!

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