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post #181 of 226
I'm pretty sure the last magic show I was given at a dinner was "performed" by a gypsie. This was in Rome. No, I did not partake in the antics, nor will I at EMP.
post #182 of 226
But that carrot tartare looks soooo good.
post #183 of 226
then be sure to report back.
post #184 of 226
I actually thought about it, but I honestly don't know if I'd be able to keep a straight face.
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post #186 of 226
It sounds even more terrible than I had imagined.
post #187 of 226
Boy, am I glad that my first *** experience was at Bras and not at new EMP.
post #188 of 226
I was hoping that early reports were exagerrated or wrong. Guess not.
post #189 of 226
"By the end of the four hours, I felt as if I’d gone to a Seder hosted by Presbyterians."

God help me laugh.gif
post #190 of 226
then again, he gave 3 stars to Atera
post #191 of 226
Food and Wine editor says they've already dropped the narration after the Wells report came out. Probably worried about him potentially demoting them in a future review. Now, if only they could do away with the NYC theme...
post #192 of 226
What were they planning to do with repeat or regular customers? Were they going to develop a new spiel or drop it or what?
post #193 of 226
It's worth going for that smoked sturgeon dish. Just bring an iPod with you, or something.
post #194 of 226
You know, it's surprising they haven't cribbed that idea from Heston yet.
post #195 of 226
At EMP I think there was a little flower on the butter or something else, and I said to my wife 'oh, is it a shiso flower?' and the waiter snapped back 'nuuuuoooooh, it's a chive flower'
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