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Boston Area

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This West Coast City Hates Lunch & Other Findings From New Study

Ever wonder where your co-worker is actually headed when they leave for lunch? Turns out it may be easy to guess based on what city you live and work in. Ubimo—a New York-based software company—looked...

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Burmese?

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by Tord 19 years ago

"Are there any Burmese/Myanmarese restaurants in the area?? I knew of one off the green line ("Huntington", was it?...it's been a while), but when we went to check, it was now a Shawarma joint." ...

Public Transportation

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by Tord 19 years ago

Seth wrote ----- "Public transit is good in Boston, although not as extensive as New York, by comparison. One could certainly live a full life in Boston without a car (make sure you bring a bicycle...

Last Call for Chowhounds Food Outing

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by Tord 19 years ago

Subject: Baked Stuffed Lobster From: foodmaster@mediaone.net (Paul Desorcy) Posted: February 02, 2000 at 18:35:51 Paul said ------- "Every two months or so a group of us Chowhounds go on food out...

Brazilian chop houses

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by worldlyman 19 years ago

What is your opinion of those "rodizio" Brazilian steak houses where the servers all go around cutting shanks of meat onto your place until you put up the "red flag?" Sometimes the meat can be sp...

Some Pakistani and Indonesian ideas

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by worldlman 19 years ago

For you good East Coast folks, If you haven't tried these dishes, please do. Pakistani "biryani" is good, cheap and SPICY eats. It's basically a rice mixed with beef strips. And to really stuff...

Planet Hollywood

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by worldlyman 19 years ago

They closed the Planet Hollywood here in Houston. I heard that it was in a bit of trouble. Are the ones in Boston, D.C., NY and Philly still open? I don't know if the one in Dallas is open or not. ...

Chowhounding

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by Tord 19 years ago

Three guys, strangers, standing on a corner on Dot. Ave. One looks like Leon Russell - all gray hair and classy -he's a Greek. The second guy is small, wiry Asian - he's Vietnamese. The third is ...

Boston question

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by worldlyman 19 years ago

I might move to Boston soon. Are there a lot of Filipino restaurants there? Is there also a Little Korea section in Beantown? And how many Korean restauants are there. Since I'd be leaving Ho...

Two Bostons

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by Tord 19 years ago

Seth wrote ---- "My observation is that there are (at least) two Bostons. There is Boston Central, which caters to students and professionals. Then there is Outlying Boston, neighborhoods like Roxb...

Chinese -- Chau Chow

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by Tord 19 years ago

The Golden Palace has finally stopped offering their double lobster deal of two for $9.95 (used to be $8.95) --- so my wife Su and I went down the street to a favorite - the Peach Farm. They were f...

Bismarcks - Sunk By The

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by Tord 19 years ago

Paul asked --- "By the way…does anyone know where to get a real good Bismarck? I am talking fresh doughnut pastry (usually fried) filled with real whipped cream and a decent jelly." ------- Reply...

Chinatown Bakeries --- More on the Double Rich

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by Tord 19 years ago

I have a sack of pastries in front of me - all from the Double Rich Bakery. The first one is that sort of "Bismarck" - the dough tastes of vanilla --typical of many sweet pastries in Chinatown. T...

Chinatown Bakeries -- The Double Rich

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by Tord 19 years ago

Paul wrote ------ "While on the subject…. Chinatown bakeries… are for the most part… "Same Day" scratched baked goods. Considering the sorry state of "Sweet Bakery" these days… I think they are one...

Jasper Returns!

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by Paul Desorcy 19 years ago

When Jasper's closed a few years ago, there were many sad diners in the Boston Area. The restaurant had not fallen out of favor but Jasper had decided it was time to fold the tent. He actually tr...

Valentine's Day Lunch

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by Tord 19 years ago

Any suggestions for a Valentine's Day (Monday) lunch within range of the MBTA? Something a little romantic? Tord

Chinese Jumbo Seafood

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by Tord 19 years ago

How Jumbo got its name I have no idea. The restaurant appeared a few years ago -we tried it - the food seemed only fair and that was about it. With all the good to excellent places surrounding it, ...

Chinese - Chau Chow and Golden Gate

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by Tord 19 years ago

Former Subject: Re(3): Chinese - Ming's Café From foodmaster@mediaone.net (Paul Desorcy) Posted: February 07, 2000 at 18:22:05 Paul said ------- ----snip ------- "Hi Tord Have you ever ...

Chinese -- Chef Chang's House

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by Tord 19 years ago

Chef Chang's House 1004 - 6 Beacon St. Brookline Phone 277 - 4226 This is an old favorite. For some unknown cultural reason the Jewish sub-culture in America seems to be into Chinese food. For a l...

BURGER AND FRIES

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by Paul Desorcy 19 years ago

I can remember the days when a scratch made hamburger patty and some fresh cut French fries were not that hard to find. Even Mickey D's had baskets of fresh cut potatoes hanging above their fryer...

Chinese - Ming's Café

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by Tord Svenson 19 years ago

Another visit to Ming's for a late lunch. The chicken with sweet corn soup -a huge bowl for $5.50 - great tasting and a cold winter's day joy. A hot-pot - seafood with Portuguese sauce --- $7.50....

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