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Felt the same way when my assistant brought me my latest order of shirts from Harvie & Hudson.
I really love my Sam Hober grenadines - so much so that I wore one at my wedding this past June in Sedona, Arizona. It's a delight to do business with David, and he's always appreciative of his customers.
The Hotel Splendide Etoile is a wonderful boutique hotel at 1, Avenue Carnot, just steps away from the Arc de Triomphe. The concierge Farook is very helpful. http://www.hsplendid.com/uk/navigation.php
Quote: Originally Posted by niidawg3 [center]Rainy Windy day in the A Sweet, Nii, sweet. BTW, I was visiting a dental specialist last week, and he was wearing a bow tie. Somehow, I found that strangely reassuring.
Quote: Originally Posted by ltb frances' deli? really? overrated sandwiches, insanely overrated breakfast imo. Talk about something coming out of left field. The Brown Sack, Manny's Coffee Shop, Kuma's Corner are all more worthy of a Bib Gourmand commendation.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Lookin' sharp there, Dawg!
Quote: Originally Posted by SField Funny Avec gets no mention when it's the only place I'd ever go back to of Kahan's establishments. Tru is more than a 1 star, as is Everest. Those to me, are solid 2 star establishments. If Schwa were fancier you could say the same. Spiaggia is also more than a star, but it needs to get out of the 80s first. +1. Tru and Everest are at a level way above Longman & Eagle (where we had lunch last...
Spiaggia (right across the street from the Drake - one of the best Italian restauants in the country with one Michelin star) Tru - Rick Tramonto's place is spacious and the food is very refined (also one Michelin star);] Les Nomades - I've never been here but I've heard raves; NoMi - spectacular views of Michigan Avenue and food with a modern French twist; and Topolambopo - Rick Bayless' temple to haute Mexican cuisine.
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