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 Post subject: Re: that feel when you discover an amazing neighborhood eate
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It looks like the peeled off edge of that photo on the menu is part of the graphic. Looks like an amazing eatery, ruddo.


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Tells us more about the indoor decor/ambiance and the gossip.


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After a lot of trial and error, I have now found one good Indian place, one good Mexican place, and one good BBQ place. By and large, the food around here is still the absolute worst of anywhere I’ve ever been, but these spots are at least palliative.

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Had some spinach and ricotta dumplings and a bottle of cab franc at this Italian place just a short walk away.

The dining room looked a little stuffy and old school with candles and white linen table tops, but the bar was very inviting and unassuming. I felt comfortable in t-shirt and shorts at the bar thanks to the friendly bartender.

It’s been open 18 years. I’ve lived in this zip code for probably 14 of those years. What took me so long?


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washing machine wrote:
Had some spinach and ricotta dumplings and a bottle of cab franc at this Italian place just a short walk away.

The dining room looked a little stuffy and old school with candles and white linen table tops, but the bar was very inviting and unassuming. I felt comfortable in t-shirt and shorts at the bar thanks to the friendly bartender.

It’s been open 18 years. I’ve lived in this zip code for probably 14 of those years. What took me so long?


too much time in the bath house

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guess i'll put this here

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 Post subject: Re: that feel when you discover an amazing neighborhood eate
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so glad i am just a person that eats at restaurants and does not work in them or own them

PS this is hilarious, i had forgotten about all these 'hot spots'. talk about buzz word central in one sentence

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That characterization took on yet another layer when the restaurateur was sued by the Ace Hotel for misrepresenting earnings at the Breslin and the John Dory Oyster Bar.

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I’m looking for a very specific type of neighborhood eatery in the Brooklyn area.

Must haves:

1. Cozy interior. Rustic, almost Southern. Maybe some patina’d chairs or distressed wood cabinets.
2. French or country Italian heavy menu
3. Menu that balances wine and classic cocktails easily
4. Stereo hooked up to vinyl turntable a plus
5. The word “daughter” in the name a plus

Examples of what I’m looking for:

https://www.justines1937.com/

http://www.nobieshtx.com/

http://www.theobstinatedaughter.com/

https://www.rolfanddaughters.com/


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washing machine wrote:
I’m looking for a very specific type of neighborhood eatery in the Brooklyn area.

Must haves:

1. Cozy interior. Rustic, almost Southern. Maybe some patina’d chairs or distressed wood cabinets.
2. French or country Italian heavy menu
3. Menu that balances wine and classic cocktails easily
4. Stereo hooked up to vinyl turntable a plus
5. The word “daughter” in the name a plus

Examples of what I’m looking for:

https://www.justines1937.com/

http://www.nobieshtx.com/

http://www.theobstinatedaughter.com/

https://www.rolfanddaughters.com/

tell us why it will help


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there's a great italian one

http://www.alcesspool.com/about.html

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spike wrote:
washing machine wrote:
I’m looking for a very specific type of neighborhood eatery in the Brooklyn area.

Must haves:

1. Cozy interior. Rustic, almost Southern. Maybe some patina’d chairs or distressed wood cabinets.
2. French or country Italian heavy menu
3. Menu that balances wine and classic cocktails easily
4. Stereo hooked up to vinyl turntable a plus
5. The word “daughter” in the name a plus

Examples of what I’m looking for:

https://www.justines1937.com/

http://www.nobieshtx.com/

http://www.theobstinatedaughter.com/

https://www.rolfanddaughters.com/

tell us why it will help

Because I want to visit places when I'm in NYC?


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had a sunchoke croquettes and butternut squash puree dish at a nearby haunt last night. out of sight.


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spike wrote:
had a sunchoke croquettes and butternut squash puree dish at a nearby haunt last night. out of sight.

did u suck ur boyfriend's weiner after? LOL

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spike wrote:
had a sunchoke croquettes and butternut squash puree dish at a nearby haunt last night. out of sight.

did u suck ur boyfriend's weiner after? LOL

my wife ordered a burger, so i did feel a bit emasculated. i was trying to be healthy, lenny.


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