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post #61 of 69
Thomas Henkleman, Greenwich , CT
post #62 of 69
French Laundrey, Yountville, CA. Sublime. For East Coasters, Thomas Keller's Per Se was a very close second.
post #63 of 69
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Yuca's Tacos, Los Angeles
+1 I used to live a block from there. I miss it.
post #64 of 69
Chez Panisse.
There also used to be this amazing walk-up taqueria on College Avenue in Berkeley or North Oakland, owned by French couple. I understand they later closed it and opened a real sit-down restaurant. Can't remember the name, but it was on College a bit south of Alcatraz, on the west side of the street (that is, toward the Bay rather than the hills). Amazing burritos, both more pedestrian ones like chicken or veggie (an assortment of veggies, not just beans/rice/cheese), and duck, salmon, or rabbit burritos. You know those periods in life where you end up eating like four meals a week from one place and never get sick of it? That was it for me.
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Chez Panisse.
There also used to be this amazing walk-up taqueria on College Avenue in Berkeley or North Oakland, owned by French couple. I understand they later closed it and opened a real sit-down restaurant. Can't remember the name, but it was on College a bit south of Alcatraz, on the west side of the street (that is, toward the Bay rather than the hills). Amazing burritos, both more pedestrian ones like chicken or veggie (an assortment of veggies, not just beans/rice/cheese), and duck, salmon, or rabbit burritos. You know those periods in life where you end up eating like four meals a week from one place and never get sick of it? That was it for me.

In Rockville?
post #66 of 69
Ermes, Modena, Italy (cheap)
Cesari, Bologna, Italy (not cheap)
post #67 of 69
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French Laundrey, Yountville, CA. Sublime. For East Coasters, Thomas Keller's Per Se was a very close second.

I found The French Laundry to be egregiously overrated and overpriced. It was, to be sure, far above average and extremely good. Of course, it could never live up to its own hype.

Next time you're in Atlanta go to Joel.
post #68 of 69
spigolo upper east side in manhattan
its not that bad price wise around 50 bucks a person including appetizer, main course and desert, home cooked italian
post #69 of 69
HEARTH, New York City
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