Review: Dublin's latest fish restaurant, Catch 22, is a find

Review: Dublin's latest fish restaurant, Catch 22, is a find
So good fish restaurants are like buses in this town. You wait an age, then three trundle up in succession. First came the jewel of Queen Street that is Fish Shop, next teeny seafood shack Klaw in Temple Bar, and now Catch 22. At long last in this city …
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Top 7 Destinations for Foodies in the USA
Step aside Austin, Houston is now regularly touted as the new 'it' city in Texas, a trend backed up by its significant recent growth in food endorsements. From high-end dining to quirky cafés and restaurants, the city's eclectic culinary …
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Head to Broken Spanish in DTLA for an ambitious, modernist take on Mexican food
How is Broken Spanish? Your opinion of the place, a modernist Mexican restaurant a few steps from Staples Center, is probably going to depend on what you think about the idea of chopped snout in your sweet potato. If you are of a certain adventurous …
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Book Review: "Driving Hungry: A Memoir" by Layne Mosler
Mosler gets into taxis in a handful of the world's more interesting cities and asks the drivers for restaurant recommendations. Then she has them take her to those destinations. What results is a kind of dining review in which the transport can be as …
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Use this recipe for home-cooked research
Austin hotel taps into city's roots with curated playlists: Media engagement exec Rich Melin found a piece at about how the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin, Texas, provides its guests with Spotify playlists. “Travelers expect luxury …
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For too many years now, my culinary colleagues and I have lamented the lack of upscale Greek cuisine in Salt Lake City. Sure, there are dozens of perfectly good places to find a great gyro or … Trained in culinary arts at Salt Lake Community College …
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Restaurant Review: Bruno in the East Village
Bruno has a few problems. It's only been open since July, so maybe it will work them out eventually. I hope so. I don't want to convict the restaurant's chefs and owner for these problems because the real killer, as O. J. Simpson would say, is other …
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Restaurant review: Bud & Marilyn's
My liquor preferences trend toward brown or clear, and after managing several achy swigs of the Blinker cocktail at Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran's new Center City restaurant, Bud & Marilyn's, I won't be changing them. Sure, the adorable insignia …
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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 …

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: 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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Proud our city can be a model for transformation
As much as I think I've paid attention to downtown's transformation, which started before my return in 2005 and has really hit its stride in the decade since, it was good to be reminded last week of how transformed the city's center is today …
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Restaurant, shops announced for Perry Hill Crossing
Not only will it transform the vacant lot – which has been raised by 7 feet – into a desirable location, but it could help revitalize a part of the city lacking shopping and restaurant options. “Well we have a lot of eateries in Montgomery, but these …
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What are the most common beers on restaurant/bar lists in the US?
Beer snob cities! Oakland (89%), S.F. (81%) and Berkeley (78%) are among the top 10 of cities with beer lists that don't serve the Big 3 macrobrews (that's Coors Light, Bud Light and Miller Lite). San Jose to our near south comes in at 16 with 71%.
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Why is Pittsburgh being called the new darling destination? | Pittsburgh Post
In fact, the Post couldn't get enough of Pittsburgh, publishing that with another piece on July 16 on the city's restaurant scene. had the same idea, with a piece July 17 asking, “Is Pittsburgh the Country's Next Destination Food Town?” Eater …
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Silo, restaurant review: 'Imagination, ambition, and purest-of-pure
That is, I used to think in that negative way until I ran into Douglas McMaster, the brains behind Silo, a new restaurant located in groovy North Laine, Brighton. Mr McMaster shares a name with a Canadian university, and there's something professorial …
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Sushi rocks at Rice N Roll Bistro on Farwell Ave.
Lots of restaurants can make a decent sushi roll. A little crunch, a little spice, you're halfway there. It's harder to pull off simple nigiri; it comes down to rice and fish, and they can't be faked. To me, nigiri is the test of a sushi restaurant. It …
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3 SLC restaurants shut down for health code violations
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Salt Lake County Health Department shut down three local restaurants in Salt Lake City last week. One was serving partially eaten rice to its customers. Health inspectors say it's a good reminder to restaurant owners to …

Louie Bossi's Is a Modern American-Italian Restaurant Boasting Old World
When you build an Italian restaurant such as this in South Florida, it seems the patronage will deliver itself in droves. Large concepts are nothing new for the aptly named Big Time Restaurant Group, also known for Big City Tavern (the group's first …
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In a City With Astoundingly Good Mexican Food, Rocio Camacho's Mexican
Since then, her name has been associated with at least half a dozen restaurants, including three called Rocio's Mole de los Dioses, where she cooked so many varieties of mole — of such astonishing diversity and quality — that she earned the title of …
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Restaurant Review: Brix at the Shore in Long Beach has New York deli attitude
Do you remember that wonderful moment in the old Mickey Rooney-Judy Garland musicals when one of them would announce “Hey, my dad has a barn. We can put on a show,” which was followed, of course, by all singing, all dancing and no acting?
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Restaurant Review: The Guild House
Incorporating lots of seasonal and local ingredients may be a new practice for the restaurant group, but fitting into the hip neighborhood is old hat. The Guild House is Cameron Mitchell's third restaurant in the Short North. In fact, from its airy …
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Restaurant review: Local-focused Little Eater is a big boost for meatless diners
Little Eater, one of the newest vendors gracing the unbeatable food court in the North Market, stands out for multiple reasons. First and foremost, the ingredients (many cite local sources) used in Little Eater's grab-and-go meals are entirely meatless …
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