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  1. Here's joe on the recently opened Randall's Barbecue: Well, August isn't that much different than May, is it? I believe the actual opening is this coming Sunday. I don't understand the usage of Kossar's bialys (well of course I do, but I don't), which under new ownership have gone from bad to horrid. Just use wonder bread. I popped in last night solo, before heading to a show in Williamsburg. Friggin' awful. My grandmother's brisket was less dry. And her turkey was on an equal dryness with this one. Zero smoke flavor. How they actually can serve this is beyond me. Not the end of
  2. LiquidNY


    No thread for Bacaro that I could find, so I'll start one. As far as I'm concerned, this place takes the prize for most uncomfortable stools. They're rickety wooden stools with a square, recessed wicker seat - sort of like trying to sit on a big Parliament filter. No matter how I contorted my body I was unable to find a comfortable position. The ambiance is really lovely though, if you're into the ultra-rustic wood and exposed brick look. It's a great date place - the intimate candle-lit room downstairs is a real pantydropper. The food's pretty good, too - although probably not quite
  3. LiquidNY

    Le Turtle

    New French place on Christie Street run by Taavo Somer. Chef is a Blanca alum. Look at the website.
  4. LiquidNY

    La Contenta

    This is a little Mexican restaurant on Norfolk St, just above Delancey. Not as little as Raclette, but pretty damn tiny. And on a Friday night, packed to the gills. I was dining by myself and had no reservation, so I hoped I could grab a seat at the bar. No such luck. I waited around for maybe 45 minutes until something opened up. They brought me a glass of prosecco while I was waiting. Very kind of them. While I was waiting people kept coming in, sometimes in large groups, virtually all of them turned away. Eventually I was given a real table. The food here is fine, but certainly
  5. Sneakeater


    I thought it was all working out. When I entered the Abrons Arts Center for the new opera Sisyphus last night, it was snowing hard. This, I thought, will be my chance to eat at the new Mission Chinese. But my hopes were dashed when I emerged about an hour later and the blizzard had receded. I walked over anyway (including a heartbreaking glance at the closed-up Old Byalistoker Home, my plans for the future in ruins). No-go: packed. I then walked over to La Contenta, the new pulqueria on Norfolk. There were several empty tables in this tiny place, but the bar was packed. I'll forego lumbar
  6. Sneakeater


    Balvanera is a chef-driven Argentine restaurant that opened last year on the corner of Stanton and Suffolk on the LES. To call it "chef-driven" doesn't mean, in this case, that the menu varies wildly from the usual in Argentine restaurants here in NYC. It means more that things are made with a lighter touch, with the occasional twist. Nevertheless, I think its (very slight) chefiness has caused it to be a bit overrated. Notices are very good -- but while it's a good enough place, I don't think it's as good as Industria Argentina used to be in Tribeca. (OTOH, it's cheaper than Industria Ar
  7. Wilfrid


    I think we were discussing this place on one of the Italian restaurant threads a few days ago. Well I went, and it was quite nice, and there are pictures (well lit!) and further comments at the Pig.
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