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The recent World Cup madness that descended upon the Junior High where I teach was
a challenge to many a lesson plan those last few steamy weeks of school. How could past
participles, possessive ...
Went to Afghan Kebab House #4 last night, on 37th Ave
near 75th Street. I liked my dinner (Palau Okra) a lot,
though I don't think I would put it in the same class
as the two places in the theat...
Happy to report the tacos al pastor are still up to
snuff @ La Espiga. Also had a tongue taco which was
The people there are sweethearts !!
How come I only get indigestion when John F...
We recently had a delicious vegetarian Chinese meal at
Happy Buddha in Flushing. Try it--it's right in front
of a Buddhist temple and full of family cheer. Really
good food and the staff is ea...
Eric Asimov scores again! Shanghai Tang, which he
reviewed in his under $25 column a couple weeks ago, is
Finding it was something of a challenge: 40th Rd.
exists in at least thre...
Can anyone tell me where to get the best Greek lunch in
Queens/Astoria--and how to get there by subway? Much
The Taco Landia truck is parked permanently in a
parking lot at 77th street and Roosevelt ave. Anyone
who has walked on Roosevelt in the 70's knows what a
fun, bustling scene it is there; Taco L...
I am looking for a Russian (or Central Asian) place
for a party for about 25 people in a few weeks. It
should have music (such as it is), dancing, etc., and
at least acceptable food. I used t...
I had never (much) been on 5th Ave south of 9th Street,
when I used to live in Park Slope. Yesterday I walked
from 21st Street to 9th Street, and I couldn't believe
the number and variety of res...
No, this is not another campy article about British singing-sensations Scary, Baby,
Sporty, Posh, and Ginger but rather a testimony to the tastiness of cinnamon, turmeric,
coriander, cardamom, and ...
Can anyone give me the address of this place.
So many of you devoted ChowHounds have sent me E-mail requesting that I share my newspaper column reviews with you in this forum. I wasn't sure if I was able to "reprint" anything that the paper h...
Does anyone know if the Landmark Inn in Park Slope is
still operational? It was a very rundown building on
the corner of 7th Ave. and 2nd Street where a woman and
her daughter ran a bar with liv...
Yesterday my wife and I had dessert and coffee at Cafe
Bar, at 43rd Ave. and 36th or 37th Street. Her
chocolate mousse was good; my rasberry tart was
extraordinary. The place has a pleasant ambi...
just heard about chowhounds via wor radio(arthur's show). about richards place i have known & eaten here for some time. used to be minny tee's which was also very good. next time at richards you mi...
Hey, Brooklyn Chowhounds! What's the scoop on Russian food in Brighton Beach? Where to go? I saw a thread that went nowhere fast from a while back over in What's My Craving. Any suggestions here?
Driving down Bell Blvd. after the movies last week I noticed a sign in the window of the the old diner across the street from Tequila Sunrise: "Coming Soon- Jackson Hole" it read. What a goldmine ...
Does anyone know what happened to the Chinese
restaurant "Goodys" in Elmhurst? We drove by the
other day and there seems to be a new restaurant in
its place. Is the Rego Park branch still open?
Been out here for almost a year and have eaten at most
of the better-known places. Zenon, on 31st Avenue near
35th Street (?), definitely leads the pack. Simply
top-notch. Don't be squeemish: tr...
Since Cho Sun OK is history, I'm looking for a nice
place to bring my chowhounds in training, Christine
(11) & Jennifer (8), for some short ribs on the
hibachi. They are both pretty adventurous ...
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