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Quote: Originally Posted by gomestar well there's your problem. Nobody likes the brunch or "restaurant week" crowd, it's to their financial advantage to get you in and then out. And of course the food is so-so at restaurant week - it's the surplus salmon and skirt steak that is meant to cost the chef as little as possible in food and staff costs (and this is pretty much required since restaurant week diners don't bring much cash in for a restaurant as...
Quote: Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck I get the impression that's the conventional wisdom these days. People think he's overexposed and overrated. But I've never had anything but a great meal at Mesa. Maybe I've just been lucky, but I've been several times in the past year and the food has been consistently very good. It's not on par with some of the finer restaurants in NYC, but then it's not trying to be. It's a casual, comfortable place that...
Quote: Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck I get the impression that's the conventional wisdom these days. People think he's overexposed and overrated. But I've never had anything but a great meal at Mesa. Maybe I've just been lucky, but I've been several times in the past year and the food has been consistently very good. It's not on par with some of the finer restaurants in NYC, but then it's not trying to be. It's a casual, comfortable place that...
Quote: Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck I second that on the comfort food. Here are a few options: Freemans -- good spot, at least when I've gone. Mesa Grill -- Bobby Flay's place. Brunch is actually pretty affordableEssex -- never had a bad brunch there, though there's always a line Clinton Street Baking Company -- people are obsessed with their blueberry pancakes; also always a line Applewood (Park Slope) -- great food; had a rabbit omelet...
Quote: Originally Posted by fwiffo The fluoride kept me cavity free all my life. Dentists around here say they get more business since the bottled water/cooler water phase but not from my generation. Ironically, I stopped getting cavities about five years ago at around the same time I moved out of a flouridated community. The "evidence" that flouridated water prevents cavities is anecdotal. There are just as many communities that don't...
Quote: Originally Posted by Homme Sydney's tap water is great. They add Fluoride to it too, so we won't end up looking like something from the Big Book of British Smiles.. What makes you think consuming flouridated water is good for you? Just because toothpaste has fluoride? Are you gonna eat that too? And, what makes you think the fluoride (industrial waste) in water is the same flouride (sodium flouride) in toothpaste?
Quote: Originally Posted by ccthompson You guys are real comedians, huh? If you guys are really soo interested in my car, then fine. Now back to topic, and all you little spammers can go back to your 40yr old virgin lives. ;-) What model is that? The rear is like the MR2 but yours is a Honda.
Quote: Originally Posted by Animal Thug That only leaves, don't wear. Quote: Originally Posted by twosnapsandgo Yup Seriously...
The OP's first post? This has to be a joke.
No. Never.
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