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God I love lobster rolls.
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Luke's.

Filled up my punch card too so next one is free.
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God I love lobster rolls.
First, they came for the lobsters.
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First, they came for the lobsters.

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Luke's.
Filled up my punch card too so next one is free.

Lucky devil! I was at Luke's a few weeks ago.
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How does it compare to Lucques?
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Baked Alaskan pollack with root vegatable... and some chips

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Went to EMP tonight, didn't see mgm again; my thoughts on American 3-star restaurants when I get back to Tokyo in a day or so.
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EMP was really great 2-3 years ago
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The only very nice restaurant I've been to is Gary Danko. I was visiting my best friend from HS in SF and he took us there.

It was quite nice. Had fois gras for the first time. I didn't leave feeling WOWed, though.
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The only very nice restaurant I've been to is Gary Danko. I was visiting my best friend from HS in SF and he took us there.
It was quite nice. Had fois gras for the first time. I didn't leave feeling WOWed, though.

thanks for sharing biggrin.gif
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EMP was really great 2-3 stars ago

ftfy
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EMP was really great 2-3 years ago
Amen, it was a benchmark dining experience for me for about five years. In its current iteration, I have no interest.
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Amen, it was a benchmark dining experience for me for about five years. In its current iteration, I have no interest.

Danny meyer does great stuff.
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first time in the kitchen for quite a while

ceviche
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leeks
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cod, chanterelles, pea shoots
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