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I was on West 36th st. for workshops for two days, and
had some lunches worth reporting on.
One day I went to Han Bat, a Korean place at around 55
W 36th St, and had excellent bibimbap. It had...
Heading for Van Cortlandt Park
next weekend and afterward for
Guinness at a widely reviewed
Irish bar (on West 231st Street?)
whose name escapes me but
want after that to find a Russian
It is Mrs. D's (if John K. can do it, so can I)
birthday next week, and I was thnking of taking her to
Maya or Patria. I am desparate for a chowhound
perspective on either of these places -- ar...
We are attempting the huge undertaking of taking two
kids to Italy this summer...part will be spent w/
friends in the area north of Parma, but we also want to
visit Venice, Liguria and possibly P...
I will be entertaining clients and need a great suggestion. What do you recommend besides JOE ALLEN, BARBETTA, and ORSO ? I want to try something else.
We will be foraging for one dinner and one breakfast in Philadelphia in late June. We would like to eat dinner at a place with (ideally) low lighting that won't break the bank, but we aren't inter...
I'll be going to A.C. this weekend and although I've got a dinner obligation on Saturday night, I'm looking for any food ideas (snacks, junk, upscale, whatever) for A.C.
Any good cheesesteaks?
Heard there was a major review of Bo's in Queens coming out.Has anyone seen anything?
can anyone suggest me some "good" restaurants
(Asian, Mexican, Italian or anything which has great
food!) which is close to World Trade Centre? I am new
to NYC and would like to get e...
Go to Five Lakes Grill or The Appeteaser. Both are VERY
good, neither are cheap, though.
A few months ago a fellow chowhound sort of bashed
Julian's ( 9th ave. & 53rd Street ).
I just came back from a great lunch at Julian's.
They have a new menu and a new chef, Malcolm Johnson,
What can I say. Probably the most consistent and
friendly restaurant in Queens is celebratingit's 25th
Congratulations to Ezio and his son Roberto on their
great food and hospitalit...
I recently moved to the East Village and would like to know of any restaurants to check out in the neighborhood.
In the last few months I have been to some really great places in the area, incl...
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Surprised to notice a new Turkish restaurant on the
main drag in Mamaroneck, about 2 blocks from the Boston
Post Rd. Anyone checked it out?
Great board, what a concept....I really like the
word "opine"...has a nice ring to it.
I'm a native of San Diego, CA and have been cooking
Mexican food and other cuisines for year...
I recently accepted a weekly restaurant review column for Queens Ledger Papers. They
produce seventeen different community publications (everything from LIC, Astoria,
Maspeth, Glendale, Ridgewood,...
Had a really nice Hatian taxi driver last night after the Erykah Badu concert (truly amazing!!!) and he gushed and gushed about the Hatian-Creole "La Detente" on 94th Street off the Grand Central. ...
Anybody got any ideas?
I'm taking my daughter
to dinner, and now that
Don Emilio is no longer in
Larchmont, I don't know
where to go.
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