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Re: Good Eats.

Postby SkaBob » Mon Feb 01, 2010 3:25 pm

Robin Hood wrote:My favorite place downtown closed years ago. The Music Menu mow Mosaic. the Menu had amazing creole food and always the best local blues(sometimes not so local(saw a secret buddy guy show there). Sucks that it's gone.


We should hit up Cliff Bell's sometime. You'll love the appetizers, and the music is top notch

'course, you'll have to not dress like a scrub!
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Re: Good Eats.

Postby Flipflat » Mon Feb 01, 2010 4:13 pm

Best Coney Dogs ever: Lafayette Coney Island, Detroit

Great homemade food, plus a beer garden: Dominick's in Ann Arbor
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Re: Good Eats.

Postby shannonator » Mon Feb 01, 2010 4:14 pm

Go to Herbert's Taco Hut in San Marcos, TX and try the Beef Enchilada Dinner. Not if but when I'm on death row some day I'm requesting this as my last meal.

While you're in San Marcos, try out the course on the Texas State campus.
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Re: Good Eats.

Postby Robin Hood » Mon Feb 01, 2010 8:03 pm

Flipflat wrote:Best Coney Dogs ever: Lafayette Coney Island, Detroit



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Re: Good Eats.

Postby sunspot » Wed Mar 31, 2010 11:13 pm

El Nopal is a pretty good tex-mex place. Decent prices with large quantities.

Enough food to share with the panhandlers on the side of the road. What? You don't want food you want money? That's not what your sign says. Hey, where did you get the money to make that sign?

Yeah, I saw some panhandlers working the system today.
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Re: Good Eats.

Postby juju » Thu Apr 01, 2010 8:37 am

Chilis, Applebees, Ruby Tuesdays, et al.
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Re: Good Eats.

Postby BLURR » Thu Apr 01, 2010 9:27 am

A place here in town called KC BBQ has a menu item called burnt end fries. They make their own fries and then load up a pound of burnt ends over the top of them...then some bbq sauce...and then some munster cheese is melted across the top. That and a side of their beans and you got yourself some good eats.
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Re: Good Eats.

Postby biodarwin » Thu Apr 01, 2010 9:35 am

I live in Louisiana so its kind of like "Insert the name of every small non-chain establishment" in the area :)
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Re: Good Eats.

Postby roadkill » Thu Apr 01, 2010 5:05 pm

About 15 minutes from my house is a place called Bube's Brewery in Mt Joy,PA. It is a very historical place that has four restaurants situated on a 19th century brewery. I go to The Catacombs Restaurant for special occasions. It is a fine dining restaurant located 40 feet underground in a medieval cellar with a cobblestone floor. Your servers are "wenches" dressed in medieval garb.

As far as a more casual place with a fantastic breakfast menu I absolutely love Deluca's in Pittsburgh's Strip District. It was featured in Man vs. Food and I decided to try it out last summer. Best coffee I've ever had. I had the MOAB (mother of all burritos) breakfast burrito and had some of my girlfriend's funky monkey pancake concoction. It is a must hit for breakfast if you're ever in Pittsburgh. The key is to get there as early as possible cause they get very busy after 7am, shoot for 6:00 and there will be much less waiting and much better service than if you sleep in.
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Re: Good Eats.

Postby JHern » Thu Apr 01, 2010 5:24 pm

Way off the beaten track: North Coast Brewing Company, Fort Bragg, California. Simply the best beer and best food NorCal has to offer.
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Re: Good Eats.

Postby roadkill » Fri Apr 02, 2010 2:18 pm

juju wrote:Chilis, Applebees, Ruby Tuesdays, et al.


You've got to be kidding, right?
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Re: Good Eats.

Postby Jesse B 707 » Fri Apr 02, 2010 2:32 pm

roadkill wrote:
juju wrote:Chilis, Applebees, Ruby Tuesdays, et al.


You've got to be kidding, right?

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Re: Good Eats.

Postby jubuttib » Fri Apr 02, 2010 6:58 pm

Before going back home to see the folks today I went to the second Chinese restaurant in my city (the one I hadn't been to before), just because everyone kept saying it was way better than the place I'd been frequenting. I didn't think it could be that different, prices were the same and the other one was already pretty good.

Long story short I ordered fried noodles with veggies and shrimp and goddamn if it wasn't the best thing I'd ever eaten in my life. Just the noodles by themselves would have kicked the asses of my former top-3 meals. It had a surprisingly high amount of paprika in it, which I hate, but somehow this time it supplemented the other flavors perfectly. I don't know what they did, but it was magic. I also tried a bit of pork in garlic-chili sauce and that was fantastic also. Too bad I'm poor, otherwise I'd eat there every day.
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Re: Good Eats.

Postby garublador » Mon Apr 05, 2010 1:17 pm

BLURR wrote:A place here in town called KC BBQ has a menu item called burnt end fries. They make their own fries and then load up a pound of burnt ends over the top of them...then some bbq sauce...and then some munster cheese is melted across the top. That and a side of their beans and you got yourself some good eats.
We drove by that place yesterday. I don't get over in that neighborhood very often and hadn't really noticed it before. I was wondering if it's any good.
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Re: Good Eats.

Postby zj1002 » Mon Apr 05, 2010 1:20 pm

shannonator wrote:Go to Herbert's Taco Hut in San Marcos, TX and try the Beef Enchilada Dinner. Not if but when I'm on death row some day I'm requesting this as my last meal.

While you're in San Marcos, try out the course on the Texas State campus.


another San Marcos person? you playing in the club tourney this weeken? part of the club?
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