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Restaurant review: Brunel's Restaurant at The Anchor Bar
Leaving town to go to a restaurant in the provinces is either an expression of adventure or a penance. If you live in Belfast, or Derry/Londonderry, there's no need to travel far to eat because you've got the best on your doorstep.
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Restaurant review: Fresh Ahi Off the Boat in Honolulu
The restaurant does more takeout since the dining area only fits 20 people. Fresh Ahi Off the Boat opened over two months ago and serves poke bowls, bentos and rolls. They have standard bowls like spicy ahi, ahi poke or spicy salmon. Other options …
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Restaurant review: Tavern in the Square
Boston sports fans looking for a fun place to watch a game and grab some delicious food, look no further that Tavern in the Square near North Station. The restaurant is a stone's throw away from North Station and is easily accessible by the Orange and …
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Here Are the 10 'Best' Restaurants From Zagat's 2016 Restaurant Guide

Here Are the 10 'Best' Restaurants From Zagat's 2016 Restaurant Guide
Zagat, the restaurant-ranking staple that's now owned by Google, released its annual list of crowd-sourced restaurant reviews Tuesday morning (the printed guide, if that's your thing, comes out next week), and the list of places that scored best is …
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Michelin Guide Update Arrives Next Week; 12 New Restaurants Become Bib
For what it's worth, the Michelin Guide is the most respected and comprehensive guide to local dining curated and edited by a non-local entity, and the go-to source for restaurant picks for globe-trotting foodinistas. The updated Bay Area guide for …
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New York Michelin Stars Announced for 2016: Winners and Losers
Also note that last week, Michelin announced its list of 2016 Bib Gourmand winners (restaurants offering good value for money, according to the guide's inspectors), with many of the 133 picks landing in Queens and Brooklyn, plus a few standouts in the …
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Restaurant review | Surprise! Brunch rocks at the Big Room Bar

Restaurant review | Surprise! Brunch rocks at the Big Room Bar
The kitchen is run by some of the crew behind the former Betty's and Surly Girl Saloon — which helps explain why the Big Room Bar menu echoes the quirky comfort food of the now-gone Short North staples. What can you expect? A brunch that is fun …
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Restaurant Review: Wildair on the Lower East Side
When serious, reputation-making restaurants run out of room on the walls to hang all the awards, chefs open a cheaper, more casual restaurant nearby. Like a dutiful younger brother, the second restaurant is supposed to work harder, please more people, …
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Restaurant review: Sandwiches stand out at Al Dente
The small restaurant is divided into a bar area on the left and a separate dining room, with warm terracotta paint and dark wood trim making it feel even more intimate. Since we had eaten here before in several of its previous incarnations, we noticed …
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Restaurant review: La Fondita de Leo brings novel cuisine to downtown
Downtown Clearwater, the toughest restaurant territory in the Tampa Bay area. Is it the longtime construction that has made getting there tricky? Or maybe the lack of cultural amenities beyond the Capitol Theatre and the odd gallery or two? Or could it …

Restaurant Review: 5 Star Burgers
If you come for happy hour, 4pm to 6pm every day, you can get a pint for $ 2.50 and, even better, treat yourself to some good, cheap food, including slider burgers and a pulled pork slider for $ 1.45 each. If you need a little taste of the sea, you can …
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Restaurant Review: Blanca in Bushwick, Brooklyn
When Blanca opened in 2012, a 27-course tasting menu served at a counter behind a pizzeria in Bushwick sounded like the setup to a joke. (Second prize is 30 courses.) The restaurant does have its sense of humor, but it quickly proved that about cooking …
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Portland's 10 best restaurants: You be the critic (poll)

Portland's 10 best restaurants: You be the critic (poll)
In 2013, chef Kevin Gibson left the cozy confines of Evoe, the sandwich shop and small plates bar attached to Southeast Hawthorne's Pastaworks, to take a gamble on a full-fledged restaurant in the East Burnside space once home to June. The move has …

Ballard Restaurant Owners Pick City's Best Underrated Restaurant
Seattle is home to a lot of restaurants, and among them are hidden gems some Seattleites just aren't unearthing. To help guide us to these potential discoveries, we've enlisted some of our city's many food luminaries to share with us their under the …
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10 of Bangkok's best new restaurants
Top restaurants have been placing highly in critics' regional and local "best" lists. For the past two years Bangkok establishments have topped the San Pellegrino Asia polls, edging out lauded restaurants from Hong Kong, Tokyo and Singapore. These 10 …
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Restaurant Review: Aquavit in Midtown
When Sam Sifton wrote the last Times review of Aquavit, in 2010, Marcus Jernmark was the chef and Ms. Bengtsson was in charge of breads and desserts. (Mr. Jernmark is now cooking at Restaurant Frantzen in Stockholm.) It's tempting to see a pastry chef …
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Restaurant review: 17 Summer Restaurant in Lodi
Some of Bergen County's most soul-satisfying fine-dining dishes can now be found in a workingclass residential neighborhood in Lodi. Park on the street along the chain-link fence, walk into the tiny, but inviting, storefront and take one of the 24 …

Restaurant Review: Eloisa
The vaguely cosmopolitan L.A. vibe of Eloisa seems appropriate, given that chef John Rivera Sedlar opened the restaurant in the new Drury Plaza Hotel to herald his return from the City of Angels to the City Different. Sedlar pays homage to his Northern …
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Restaurant Review: Jammin' Crêpes in Princeton

Restaurant Review: Jammin' Crêpes in Princeton
Cookbook author and French food aficionado Richard Olney wrote of crepes that “their greatest pitfalls derive, no doubt, from their versatility — not in itself a fault, but a quality that teases many a cook into overstepping the boundaries of sense …
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Leicester House: restaurant review
Think of this review as a companion to last week's, where I scratched my head over Alan Yau's glossy take on the eclectic Chinatown Chinese restaurant and then concluded it provided an interesting one-stop shop. This one sits on the other edge of …
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ATL Wings in Phoenix Serves 18 Flavors of Wings and Amazing Honey Biscuits
When a new spot opens in town, we can't wait to check it out — and let you know our initial impressions, share a few photos, and dish about some menu items. First Taste, as the name implies, is not a full-blown review, but instead a peek inside …
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Dining Out restaurant review: Palace of India arrives downtown

Dining Out restaurant review: Palace of India arrives downtown
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — If Indian cuisine were a painting, its creator would be Jackson Pollock. Its vibrant palette of flavors is best represented in the garam masala, India's exotic staple that combines coriander seeds, cardamom pods, whole cloves …

Restaurant Review: Rye House in Port Chester
Was it a surprise that on a Saturday night the Port Chester restaurant was packed with middle-aged guys in untucked Hawaiian shirts gripping frosty glasses of craft beer and goblets of red wine? Were they also holding tickets to hear the likes of Deep …
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Restaurant Review: Mission Chinese Food on the Lower East Side
When it appeared on Orchard Street in 2012, Mission Chinese Food was slightly unreal. It didn't seem to follow the rules, or even know that there were rules. The health department and other city agencies knew, though, and after just 18 months, they …
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Review: Paladar 511
Sometimes it's what's on top of your pizza that matters the most. Such is the case at the new restaurant Paladar 511, where a team of chefs hailing from California has been showing off its affinity for fresh, seasonal ingredients — on the pie and off.