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Where is that located? I must admit I have never heard of that restaurant.
It's located in The Bonfire of the Vanities.
post #17 of 69
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by RJman
It's located in The Bonfire of the Vanities.

Wolfe or Savonarola? Really, I have no idea where the dots connected.

Jon.
post #18 of 69
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Originally Posted by RJman
It's located in The Bonfire of the Vanities.
I'm afraid I like mine grilled.
post #19 of 69
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
I'm afraid I like mine grilled.
Hahaha

To answer the question: Racine, Knightsbridge.
post #20 of 69
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Originally Posted by JBZ
Ooh, I think that's in my basement. It used to be in my kitchen, until our son decided that tasting cat food might be "fun." Thus, the poor felines have been banished to the basement for their daily bread.
Found out last night Madonna has discovered the cat restaurant. Much disappointment.
post #21 of 69
Yuca's Tacos, Los Angeles
post #22 of 69
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Originally Posted by Manton
La Bou d'Argent, NYC.
I promised myself not to drink the night I attended.
post #23 of 69
Konashitei, in Kiyosato Japan. They have this whole crispy little fish, which I think is fresh caught. Sort of resembles a perch, anyhow, its delicious. If you click on the picture of the food on the main page, you'll see their dishes. Everything in the bottom tray picture is delicious. My grandparents know the people who run this place, as they "summer" right up the road. They gave me a bottle of Sake on my birthday, and it was also delicious. In Tokyo proper, Maisen. Home of the best Hirekatsu Teishoku ever. In Seattle, Coastal Kitchen, and Red Mill Burgers.
post #24 of 69
Ramsey's, Lexington, Kentucky
post #25 of 69
Benihana.
post #26 of 69
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Originally Posted by mbc
Yuca's Tacos, Los Angeles
Not that I don't mind their food or that it's a neighborhood tradition, but the fact that Dora has a better 'stache than I do has always just freaked me up. I'll stick to my bbq shredded chicken, goat cheese, and spinach quesadilla @ Mustard Seed's until she shaves.
post #27 of 69
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Originally Posted by RJman
Found out last night Madonna has discovered the cat restaurant. Much disappointment.
Is it very much an Anglo-styled locale?
post #28 of 69
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Originally Posted by whodini
Not that I don't mind their food or that it's a neighborhood tradition, but the fact that Dora has a better 'stache than I do has always just freaked me up.

I'll stick to my bbq shredded chicken, goat cheese, and spinach quesadilla @ Mustard Seed's until she shaves.
Hey man, we all have our priorities. But those Yucatan tamales on Saturdays are awesome.
post #29 of 69
Golden Century in Sydney.
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Originally Posted by Homme
Golden Century in Sydney.

+1 for Golden Century.

The seafood is first rate.

At times, the queue outside the place is long enough to fit into another restaurant.
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