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  1. bows1

    bows1 Senior member

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    Yeah, I eat most of those meats a lot , but not usually all at one time! When I make it to LA we gotta grab a meal
     


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    Just wondering, was that at Recette, or was it somewhere else? Been wanting to try that place. Had my first Dutch baby at Spotted Pig over the weekend. That place is awesome.
     


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    recette! Good call, and dude it was amazing and totally worth every penny. Go there tonight
     


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    I've always been hesitant to try the Dutch baby at the Pig or anywhere really because I refuse to believe that anyone can make a better one than me and I don't want to find out :devil:
     
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    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    bows u been to scalini fedeli before ? spotted pig not deserving of michelin rating i make better food...

    speaking of restaurants need recs for DC none of that moby dick (going anyway i'm addicted) or 5guys
     
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    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    damn they let gingers in nice establishments these days?
     


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    Yeah out of Ken and April's places I really have no idea why the pig and breslin have stars but the John Dory doesn't (instead).
     
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    No I haven't but thanks for the rec, I'm always looking for more places to go
     


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    After Gay Marriage got passed they let everyone in :slayer:
     


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    I've looked at the tasting menu before but I've never tried it. It may be the best priced tasting menu in the city. For what you get—in terms of ingredients and the chef's talent—it seems very reasonable. I've really wanted to check out the Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare, but now that Michelin gave it three stars the waiting list is going to be even more insane—and it was already pretty insane. I'll put my name in now to eat some time in mid-2014.


    It's soooo good. They serve it with really good (i.e. fatty) bacon right on top so you eat it all together.

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    Just saw this. Dude, if you make better food then you should be raking in the cash with your own spot. Because they make GREAT food.
     
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    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    went with a few people couple years back, tried a bunch of dishes, unimpressed by any of it, did not understand how it was granted a star...
    my dishes aren't scalable for opening a restaurant nor do i have interest in operating one, i prefer hosting friends and family though you are welcome any time brother.
     
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    what sort of recs are you looking for? I love to save people from looking at Yelp.
     


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    I love to eat and love to cook, but I am definitely not a very accomplished cook.
     


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    Marcel's is good. I prefer that dude Wiedmayer's other restaurant, Brasserie Beck, but nothing wrong with Marcel's. That old ghulkan post recommends kinkeads and old ebbit, which are like Fodor's-level recs--OK, well known, nothing special at all. Where are you staying?
     


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