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Restaurant review: Holy Cow, you're going to want to try Holstein in Oregon
The atmosphere is stripped down from the old restaurant, which Scott Zeitler opened more than three years ago as Country Place Cafe. (For those keeping track, the restaurant's had three names in three years). In late May, Zeitler moved Holstein to …
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Restaurant Review: Charritos in Weehawken Is a Family Affair
One ideal place to be this summer is the slender terrace overlooking Manhattan at Charritos, a restaurant in Weehawken specializing in the colorful dishes of Oaxaca, a region in southern Mexico. For those unfamiliar with Oaxacan cuisine, it is known …
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Restaurant review: Shula's ups the dining stakes in downtown Allentown

Restaurant review: Shula's ups the dining stakes in downtown Allentown
Dinner for two without alcohol or tax cost $ 127.50. Andromeda L. Weissman is a freelance restaurant reviewer for Go Guide. Weissman attempts to remain anonymous during restaurant visits. All meals are paid for by The Morning Call. Restaurant reviews …
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Restaurant review: Chat Kaew Thai in Englewood
It's barely three months old, but Chat Kaew Thai Cuisine feels like it's been part of Englewood's restaurant scene for years, thanks to its confident cooking. Stop in for a quick pre-theater pad thai at this light-filled spot, or stay for a deftly …
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Review: A Classically Italian Menu at Restaurant Joanina in Huntington
One of the most appealing spots was Restaurant Joanina. While most of the competition had sidewalk seating in front of a noisy street, Joanina faced a parking lot (a slight improvement) and its tables were separated from that lot by planters …
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Restaurant review: Zumufi – healthy drinks and delicious panini

Restaurant review: Zumufi – healthy drinks and delicious panini
Opened in late June in Sheung Wan to the delight of health-conscious eaters, Zumufi promises to deliver nutritious treats that cater to Hong Kong's fast-paced lifestyle. The chic, brightly lit shop is welcoming, with a sofa area overlooking the narrow …
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Restaurant review: Chef Melba's Bistro in Hermosa Beach puts special touch on
Just around the corner, they're living on a diet of Rumpelminz and Jägermeister. But at Chef Melba's, the setting is understated and sedate. Food is served in proper courses. The menu choices are creative, never less than that. But they're also …
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Restaurant Review: Radish & Rye
Taking its name to heart, Radish & Rye — the new restaurant at Ristra's old address — aims to serve “farm-inspired cuisine,” which means attention to seasonality and at least a few dishes that are vegetable-centric (including, yes, radishes). The bar …
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Servy Restaurant Review App Serves Feedback to Businesses
As someone who grew up working in the hospitality industry – from my first gig bussing tables at Dutch's Daughter in Frederick, MD to obtaining my Masters in Tourism Administration at the age of 32 – I understand how important, and oftentimes …
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Restaurant Review: Cellad Eatery

Restaurant Review: Cellad Eatery
The glass door of the restaurant is inviting and has the colourful Cellad Eatery logo on white in the centre. White is the signature colour of the interiors and gives a fresh look to the restaurant that goes with its specialization in fresh vegetable …
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Lobos, London SE1 – restaurant review

Lobos, London SE1 – restaurant review
My Spanish restaurant bellwether is the croqueta. The finest in London remain those from José Pizarro, a miraculous combination of wibbly, jamón-studded bechamel and fragile, physics-defying shell. Lobos' are huge, stout, dense; tattooed bouncers to …
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Restaurant review: Cafe freshens up, greens up Monroe Street
The food — which you order at a small counter — is delicious, generous and well-prepared. The house has only five or six tables on the first floor, depending on how they are configured, but there is more seating upstairs. If it's not crowded, it's …
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Restaurant Review: Monticello's Dining Room is a true 5-plate treat

Restaurant Review: Monticello's Dining Room is a true 5-plate treat
We came to eat at The Dining Room, just as people throughout the area have done for decades. In fact, former Gazette restaurant reviewer Norm Starks reviewed the restaurant 18 years ago. The review was still on the wall leading to the restrooms. He …
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Restaurant Review: Oregon's Holstein Kitchen proves an udder delight
Menu: With a dozen main courses and nearly as many sides, Holstein Kitchen is a restaurant with broad appeal. Its brunch farm plates—such as the cheddar-chive scramble ($ 8.95) and the Decatur Dairy scramble ($ 9.95)—are terrific. The basil-pesto …
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Restaurant Review: Tony Cuban Cucina & Cocktails in Freeport Has a Rollicking

Restaurant Review: Tony Cuban Cucina & Cocktails in Freeport Has a Rollicking
A Cuban-Italian fusion restaurant seemed like a natural project for married restaurateurs Frank and Elizabeth Minier (he is of Cuban descent; she, of Italian and Colombian heritage) who opened Tony Cuban Cucina & Cocktails in Freeport in May. The …
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Restaurant Review: The Nickel
Wolfgang Puck's Postrio opened right next door to Kimpton's Prescott Hotel in San Francisco and functioned as its restaurant (just as Panzano, owned by Kimpton Hotels & Restaurant Group, is attached to the Hotel Monaco in Denver). I remember a magical …
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Restaurant review: Gangnam plays Korean spice (not pop hits)
Park and Cheong, who hail from South Korea, felt it was a good time to open a Korean restaurant in Boise — one that favors traditional fare over trendy fusion cuisine. They even brought in a chef from Seoul, Helena Jeong, Sukie's sister, to run the …
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Dining review: Milk & Honey brings terrific fare to Larimer Square
Milk & Honey occupies the former Lime space, although if you were blindfolded on your walk into the place, you would never guess that. While the room's dimensions remain largely the same, the decor has utterly changed. The restaurant is dimly lit and …
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Retty Plans IPO in 2017 to Bring Restaurant Review App Overseas
Retty Inc., the Japanese restaurant-review app backed by an arm of Fidelity Worldwide Investment, plans a domestic initial public offering by mid-2017 to fund expansion into global cities from San Francisco to Hong Kong. Retty aims to start offering an …
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Ink, London E2 – restaurant review | Marina O'Loughlin
I arrive at an empty, starkly white restaurant. There's no decor, unless you count a couple of spindly, petrified trees. Neither chef (Martyn Meid, a slight, handsome, tattooed Lithuanian chap) nor waiter (let's call him Lurch: he has the air of an off …
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Celebrate Out of the Box: Classic Houston Restaurants

Celebrate Out of the Box: Classic Houston Restaurants
Houston may be getting hipper with each hot new spot that opens, but the city's classic restaurants remain tried and true. These are the restaurants we can always trust to get it right when we want to celebrate a birthday, anniversary or a date night …
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Why It's So Difficult to Turn Down the Volume at Popular Restaurants

Why It's So Difficult to Turn Down the Volume at Popular Restaurants
"First described by Etienne Lombard in 1911, the Lombard effect is a phenomenon in which speakers alter their vocal production in noisy environments, such as loud parties or restaurants," explains Priscilla Lau of University of California-Berkeley in …
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Maple Street restaurant zoning district defeated at council
Councilwoman Susan Guidry's attempt to rein in the growing Maple Street dining and drinking scene by requiring restaurants to apply for special zoning permits in order to sell alcohol was rejected Thursday (Aug. 6). The New Orleans City Council voted 3 …
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Saratoga Springs restaurant owner talks about fierce competition and the
Ryan McFadden moved with his wife and co-owner, Sonja, to Saratoga Springs, New York and opened Henry Street Taproom in 2012. In the three years since the couple opened the restaurant, he's seen a number of changes in the city's restaurant scene.
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