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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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Felicia's: Heaven in Hyde Park

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by Robert 20 years ago

This morning i woke up with a mysterious craving for a Felicia's jelly donut -- if only it weren't 3,000 miles away. How i envy you Bostonians who need only scoot down to Readville for lunch at Fe...

Spoto's..West Palm Beach

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by Paul Desorcy 20 years ago

Went to Spoto's (125 Datura St. 561 835-1828)for lunch last Tuesday. It was one of our pr-planned stops on our Florida trip. We arrived at 2:00 and they were still quite busy(good sign). I start...

Mexican - Coyote Café?

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by Tord 20 years ago

This is billed a Southwestern style place at 1 Kendall Place in Cambridge -a few blocks up Broadway from the Kendal T stop. 225-0888. The Coyote is part of a complex which includes Sammy's and the ...

Fat Tuesday - Harvard Gardens

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by Tord 20 years ago

Mardi Gras is on in Boston. Harvard Gardens at 316 Cambridge St in Cambridge (523-2727) is combining Mardi Gras with their First Anniversary Celebration on Tuesday March 7th. They open at 5 PM an...

Choucroute Garni?

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by Tord 20 years ago

I used to get choucroute plates in Alsace and in Paris when I lived in France. I recently tried the choucroute at Sandrines in Harvard Square - it bit the bag. I couldn't believe how "chemical" i...

Subs -- Vietnamese -- The Ba Le

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by Tord 20 years ago

Paul called our attention to the bread used to make a sub. " Before I begin let me say…at least in my opinion…there can be no great sub without a great piece of bread. I believe a sub is 75% bread ...

Subs?

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by Tord 20 years ago

I like Submarine Sandwiches - Heros - Spuckies - whatever. Does anyone have a "Sub to die for" place? I've heard that Kelly's Kitchen at the People's Corner Market in Medford is good for cold-...

Online Ordering

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by Anisha 20 years ago

Has anyone found one of the online ordering services to be superior in some way to the others? We are right in the heart of the city, and there has been many a night where dining.com and vipdining....

Italian -- Il Bico

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by Tord 20 years ago

Il Bico is at 480 Commonwealth Ave. On Friday Feb 25th the Herald food critic May Schafer wrote a review of Il Bico that is as scathing as I have seen recently. It has to be read to be believed. He...

Lumiere-West Newton

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by Paul Desorcy 20 years ago

Went to Lumiere Wednesday night for dinner. The owners are Jill and Michael Leviton with Jill in the front and Michael in the back. It is located at 1293 Washington Street-West Newton 617 244-91...

Where Boston Chefs Go To Eat

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by Tord 20 years ago

Channel 5's Chronicle is running a special show tonight concerned with where a few of Boston's well known chefs go to eat on a night off. The time is 7:30 PM EDT and the show is repeated at 1:30 A...

Mama Mima Mortadella

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by Paul Desorcy 20 years ago

Went with a friend today to check out a Chow Post recommendation in Readville. See the post on "Felicia's" by Robert 11/12/99. We were there about 12:30 but they were not. Maybe vacation time? ...

Nonyas and Babas

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by Tord 20 years ago

Julie said ----- Baba?? I've never heard of Baba, except as GAELIC slang for "grandmother". As I said, I am no expert in Malay or even Chinese regions/ethnicities/dialects. I was just using "Sindom...

Boston Quisp Sighting!

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by Seth Ditchik 20 years ago

The missus and I were shopping at our local Star Market (or Stah Mahket), looking for bargins in the cereal aisle, when we stumbled upon it: SIX BOXES of Quisp. I don't know if this is still an ev...

Kwashwe, Gyri, and Shwarmae

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by julie id 20 years ago

1) 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 shwarma joint. ...

Rijstaffels

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by Tord 20 years ago

WM said ----- "And doing the Indonesian "rijstaffel" is really fun. It's like a big sampler table of the different dishes like ayam goreng, sate and gado gado. A bit costly, but definitely worth a ...

The Forgotten

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by julie id 20 years ago

Would appreciate ANY info on any restaurants or supermarkets -- ANYWHERE (but especially Boston) -- for any Balinese, Okinawan, or Chejuan food.... (NOTE: I posted this to the NY board, before I ...

Double Happiness

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by julie id 20 years ago

Well, I've finally found my way to the Boston board...to the great relief of everyone in New York, I'm sure. #:o) Haven't been in this city in YEARS, and I haven't made it to Cambridge yet, so I...

Burmese?

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by Tord 20 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 20 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...

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