Review: Fish Shop is a Brill new restaurant in old Dublin

Review: Fish Shop is a Brill new restaurant in old Dublin
It's difficult to imagine a street less regal than Dublin's Queen Street. Especially this evening, with a cold sky starting to spit rain. Three lanes of angry traffic are speeding towards the quays, making Queen Street as charming as a motorway siding …
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Fed-up restaurant owners fight back over Yelp reviews
Yelp gets 135 million monthly visitors, giving its laptop reviewers of restaurants, hair salons, dry cleaners and even prisons great power. Some Yelpers have tried to use the threat of bad reviews as extortion — to get a seat or even discounted food …
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Restaurant Review: Untitled at the Whitney in the Meatpacking District
Untitled is on the ground floor of the Whitney Museum of American Art. The Whitney is the second major art museum in the city to choose Danny Meyer to run a big, semiformal restaurant — the Museum of Modern Art is the other — and yet Mr. Meyer is …
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Restaurant review: wiener shop crafts a fancy dog but could plump them up

Restaurant review: wiener shop crafts a fancy dog but could plump them up
The condiments are what make the Vancouver Asian dog, left, and San Francisco BLT dog, right, stand out at the wiener shop. The Vancouver dog is topped with sesame-ginger slaw, avocado, wasabi mayo and sweet soy sauce. The San Francisco BLT dog …
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Restaurant Review: Infierno
The interior has a distinctively urban feel, and this is a good place to go for a drink and some conversation, but be prepared for uneven results when your food arrives. The waiters and kitchen staff seem eager to please, so there's reason to believe …
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Restaurant Review: Basi Italia
The neighborhood restaurant is the color and size of a pistachio, tucked in a quiet alley of residential garages. It's even more camouflaged in summer, when its weathered green wood shingles disappear into the canopy of leaves. If not for the white …
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