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Things that are making you happy*******food and drink edition******

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by robbie, Jun 5, 2010.

  1. Big Pun

    Big Pun Senior member

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    It was $51 for the full dinner in ATL. I didn't eat for like 30 hours leading up to it so I definitely got my money's worth with ribeye, filet, etc. Service was impeccable as well.
     
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    $60 is the absolute minimum you're going to spend (excluding booze) at a chain steakhouse (Morton's, Ruth's Chris, Capital Grille, etc.). Don't see why it's perceived as expensive for what you're getting.
     
  3. MGoCrimson

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    I think I ate $60 worth of smoked salmon alone last time I ate at a Fogo
     
  4. erictheobscure

    erictheobscure Senior member

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    I've only been to Fogo de Chao once, for a work dinner. I had no real expectations, but I still found the meat fairly poor in quality (no surprise). The salad bar was my favorite part. I wouldn't spend (and haven't spent) my own money going there.

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  5. Van Veen

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    I mean, once again, you're going to a chain restaurant. I don't think I'd make an effort to do it. I've been there twice, once for a bachelor party and once for a work-related event.
     
  6. Big Pun

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    I read this post in the voice of Cave Guy from Freakazoid.
     
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    According to their site DC is $37-55. So I guess it's gone up in price (I haven't been in 10 years).
     
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    Bought the food processor extension for my Unold/ESGE Zauberstab. Pretty good! Made a bunch of mojos (verde/rojo), garlic paste for hummus, powdered sugar for tiramisù etc with it over the past few days.
     

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