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Re: Traveling - Where to eat

Postby jacob fleisher » March 29th, 2013, 2:08 pm


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I've witnessed some excellent impromptu happenings at Dali as well. It is a family place, in the sense that the family is a gigantic buch of people who love good food and fun and are from all over the world. I believe the owners (husband and wife) are Russian and Spanish - or perhaps it's Argentinian and Russian? In any case: a great place. Personal favorite product/detail at Dali: drip cups (for fat) stuck into the bottom sides of the slabs of prepared meats hanging at the bar . . .
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Re: Traveling - Where to eat

Postby iab » November 22nd, 2013, 12:02 pm


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Coeur d'Alene, Idaho (yes Idaho, my first visit, I only have Alaska, Maine and the Dakotas left to visit)

Meltz Extreme - Gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches
Best Sandwich Shack (it is literally a shack) - Philly steak, no wiz

Re: Traveling - Where to eat

Postby Sain » November 22nd, 2013, 12:06 pm

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Sway - Beautiful presentation on just about every dish. https://swayaustin.com/
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Re: Traveling - Where to eat

Postby iab » November 22nd, 2013, 12:37 pm


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Sain wrote:Austin:

Sway - Beautiful presentation on just about every dish. https://swayaustin.com/


Menu looks good.

And I am willing to spend $15 on noodles, but they better be some pretty good damn noodles though.

Re: Traveling - Where to eat

Postby singletrack » November 22nd, 2013, 2:02 pm


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Hyde street seafood house and raw bar: One of the best little secrets in the city. Great seafood restaurant on one of the most classic San Francisco streets IMO.

Myconos Polk St: Greek

Yank Sing: One of the best dim sum restaurants in the city.

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Mezcal: Mexican
The Fort: Steak and game

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Louisiana kitchen: Cajun

Anything with crab

Re: Traveling - Where to eat

Postby iab » November 22nd, 2013, 2:52 pm


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singletrack wrote:Bozeman Mt
Open Range: Steak, burgers


I'd add the Pickle Barrel for a sub and the bison burger at Ted Turner's place was quite good.

Re: Traveling - Where to eat

Postby NURB » November 22nd, 2013, 7:00 pm

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Nice options:
Brasa
Butcher and the Boar
Bachelor Farmer
Fuji-ya sushi

Cheaper options:
5-8 Club (Juicy Lucy!)
Black Sheep pizza
Pizza Luce
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Re: Traveling - Where to eat

Postby poolbuilders » June 4th, 2017, 11:42 pm


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Never been to Duke's. I guess I never will after reading these.
Seafood is king.

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