Hi - I just moved to Boulder CO from NYC, and looking for restaurant and food shopping suggestions in or near Boulder. If anyone has any thoughts, I would really appreciate it! some things I'm looking for:
- Independent butcher shop (preferably one that sells wild game - but really just any place that's not a supermarket section with shrink wrapped meats).
- Good BBQ (preferably smoked, not "sauced")
- Authentic Thai and/or Chinese (no general tso's or bland curries)
- A good (and spicy) Indian restaurant
- Anything that is a Boulder/Colorado specialty that I wouldn't get in NY, and anything else that may help adjusting to a new food scene.
Anyone have any suggestions for some good places to eat (other than Korean BBQ) that are open late (midnight +/-) on Fridays/Saturdays in Flushing? Ideally something that is mindblowingly delicious. Thanks!
Any suggestions for someplace nice for lunch in the Financial District? I'm thinking Les Halles or Delmonico's, but would like to hear some other suggestions before I commit. Something along those lines would be nice. Thanks!
Anyone have any good recommendations for places to eat in Phili? looking for a casual place and good food and good beers. Preferably places that serve some unique dishes that I can't find in New York.
Also, any recommendations for spots in Phili chinatown? maybe some that are open late?
Any other Phili tips (places to go, things to see) would be appreciated.
Any suggestions for good yakitori in nyc? I like the places on st marks, but i'm looking for something as good as what you can find in Japan (or as close as possible), and I think the st marks ones fall a little short. any help would be appreciated.
My wife and I are travelling to Tokyo in a couple months and we're trying to plan out some places to eat. I would really appreciate any suggestions on restaurants - we're staying in Shinjuku but will be moving around the city a lot.
we're looking for places $100-300 max for 2 people and looking for everything from tiny dives to upscale places. we eat everything and are very parial to ramen and anything new and unusual.
Does anyone know where I could buy cheese curds in nyc?
I recently picked up a bag of frozen taro at a japanese grocery and I have no idea what to do with it. I've never cooked taro before (fresh or frozen) so I'm very curious to hear any suggestions. Thanks!
I was hoping to get some advice on places to eat (and anything great to see) on a road trip I'll be taking in a couple weeks. We're driving from NYC to Rapid City/Badlands area SD on I-80 to IL, then I-90 to SD. Going down to Denver for a few days before heading back to NYC, most likely on I-70.
Does anyone have some suggestions on places we need to eat, or sights we need to see, preferably close to the Interstates mentioned above?
Thanks in advance
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