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Kinda forgot this thread existed. And even though I already made a new thread, I'm gonna ask here, too. Anyone of you have any experience with noma?

Downtown - Wayfare Tavern. There's also some great Pho and Thai in the Tenderloin.
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Has anyone had lunch at eleven madison park before? Is it worth checking out?
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I'd rather do lunch at Jean Georges as it's much cheaper
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Just ate at corton. Bad assed.
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Has anyone had lunch at eleven madison park before? Is it worth checking out?

Expensive, but absolutely delicious.
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I'm going to do my bachelor party with a group of guys in NYC. Trying to keep it relatively classy; we'd like to go out and have a nice dinner and hit some scene-y bars and clubs, kind of a sports shirt and sports coat kind of a night. Not looking necessarily to hit one of the true all-time gourmet spots in the city, but anyone have any fun recommendations for about 6 guys?

I could just do Peter Luger's or something, but looking for maybe slightly more creative suggestions as well. I'm thinking clubby kind of vibe...
post #1192 of 1368
One of the BLT, Tao, Lavo, Spice Market,
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Lefty, pm me your address and i'll send you a bunch of cookiesSField, Ssam duck bar is not as well thought out and addictive as Hung Ry but it's a nice, perfectly cooked piece of magret on rice with a yummy scallion pancake and the condiments make the whole difference- great sauces and the crispy shallots are Did you make it to Hung Ry before they changed the lobster dish into a cold soup? That was my favorite of all.

There has been a new chef for about a month. His yellow curry prawn is awesome. drool.gif
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Lefty, pm me your address and i'll send you a bunch of cookiesSField, Ssam duck bar is not as well thought out and addictive as Hung Ry but it's a nice, perfectly cooked piece of magret on rice with a yummy scallion pancake and the condiments make the whole difference- great sauces and the crispy shallots are Did you make it to Hung Ry before they changed the lobster dish into a cold soup? That was my favorite of all.

There has been a new chef for about a month. His yellow curry prawn is awesome. drool.gif

Is that at Ssam or Hung Ry?
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Ooops, I meant Hung Ry.
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Hitting vegas this weekend. Got a reservation at L'Atelier Joel Robuchon. should i stick with the tasting menu? There's a menu club too.

going to lotus of siam as well, any particular standouts?
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going to vegas in two weeks for a few days. Anything noteworthy and new?

I might do the Lavo Brunch on Saturday and STK on Friday night. Thinking of going to RAKU, which seems to get really good reviews, anyone been?

http://www.yelp.com/biz/raku-las-vegas

also looking at MOZEN in the Mandarin Oriental. Indian food...they have indian influenced breakfast...which seems interesting. don't usually do buffetts but considering wicked spoon.
Edited by Xericx - 2/2/12 at 10:18am
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Do the Robuchon at the Mansion 16 course tasting menu.

Caviar and vodka at the Petrossian.

Tasting menu at Picasso is a steal.

Brunch at Bouchon's.
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Not looking high end this trip really, more relax and party vibe. I do want to do the mansion some time, but I want it to be a celebratory meal of sorts. I checked the Picasso menu, it looks like something I'll have to put on a future trip.

I've done Bouchon many times. I love it, but have that in LA too. might pop in for a breakfast, I'll be there during the week and I believe they have a smaller menu for breakfast.
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also looking at MOZEN in the Mandarin Oriental. Indian food...they have indian influenced breakfast...which seems interesting. don't usually do buffetts but considering wicked spoon.
FWIW, this is a pretty casual place. Feels like a hotel café really
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