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  1. Took a ride out to the beach yesterday, for a walk on the boardwalk, since this is our favorite time of year for the beach. And I love amusements parks (especially Coney) when no one is having fun...there's something quite sinister and scary about them. Instead of the Russian/Georgian/Uzbek food I was thinking of for lunch, we decided to head to Bay Ridge...we made a great choice. @Sneakeater said (a few weeks ago): The wine program looked very interesting, but what caught my eye... was the Mezcal and tequila program. Not that I was drinking anything except Mexic
  2. Daniel

    By Chloe

    We had a really lovely experience at this spot in Williamsburg. Came in last night with the family for the first time at any of their locations. I can not say enough good things about the staff and the experience. Friendly, helpful, considerate and welcoming.. In terms of what I know about the place, there are several locations.. The place is totally about to be pushed out to the masses.. All of the options, except maybe one can be made gluten free. It's all vegan.. I could see this place being big on a national level The restaurant is completely vegan and almost all of the offerings
  3. Special Event Galette des Rois Celebration Thursday, January 12, 2017 6:30–8:30pm Start le nouvel an the French way at our Galette des Rois celebration! Celebrate the new year with a slice of galette des rois, a glass of cider, and savory bites. Financier Patisserie is making their signature galette party-sized especially for FIAF Members and friends. The cake will be served alongside a savory buffet of French favorites from Le District. Dating back to the middle ages, the galette des rois is a treat traditionally served only during the month of January. Literally the "Kings’ cake," this a
  4. SFJoe

    Pearl & Ash

    A brief note to highlight the newly opened Pearl & Ash on Bowery between Prince and Spring. I was one of their first paying customers last night, and we had a fab meal at a very fair price. I was working, so no pix of food and I didn't take notes, but we had most of the menu and there were no clunkers at all. Some lyophilized items give a bit of modernism to the food, but the flavors were vibrant and vivid, and you can get a real meal there. The space is pleasantly downtown--high ceilings, moderate lighting, moderate noise. The wine list is unusually excellent and fairly priced.
  5. 97 bowery Flaming Kitchen, I have been wanting to try this place. It's located over the Manhattan on the north east side of Bowery. Often times through the last few months, the bright red sign advertising flaming food has caught my interest. While glancing at the menu, I had to make a choice. Was I going to roll the dice and try their full dim sum menu or was I going to take my chances with the Sichuan Food. Or I had a third choice and to trust my instincts and just leave right then. What's the deal with dim sum? Dim sum is not a thing in Chengdu. they essentially have two separate
  6. We headed to Arthur Avenue yesterday in the Bronx. It's no great revelation to say outside of the Butcher Shops, Delis the Bakeries and other Food Stuff places, the Italian Restaurants in the Area are not too exciting. And one should not discredit the amazing shops and stores because that is truly worth the trip, it's just that the restaurants are not operating on the same level. There is good food at these restaurants and Antonio's has been one of our favorites so far. Firstly, the staff is really wonderful. We were meeting a group of people and they ended up getting stuck in GW Br
  7. Daniel


    http://falansai.com/sample-menu/ Went to Falansai last night. I have been reading about this place for some time. Apparently, a chef from the slanted door decided to come to NY and open this place up. We had an absolutely dreadful dinner there last night.. The food was just abysmal. We started with the shredded papaya salad. It must have been run through the processor at the absolute thinnest setting.. It was more like a coleslaw. A very bad coleslaw. The fried pork spring rolls were actually the only saving grace of the meal, well, that and the rice. We ended up eating m
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