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burger bar, 'nuf said
not too crazy but waited an hour in blazing heat in the middle of august
standing rib roast
chocolate cake and raspberry
sausage and radichio per Kenji
pretty big fan of kenji's sausage and radicchio
filet + bernaise
a steak for sure
arugula and proscuitto
filet with bernaise
seared with a broiler, served with bernaise
dried cherries and blue cheese (paulie gee's recipe actually)
oven pulled pork makes fantastic quesdadillas too. cheddar, suateed onions, pulled pork and hot sauce pan fried in a good tortilla. top with sour cream, green onion and shredded cabbage. heaven
homemade shrimp and bacon sausage. sounds strange but is crazy tasty
the other problem with this logic is that if you should not reduce a tip based on bad service, you should also not leave a bigger tip for exceptional service. seems like a flawed argument
so im just going to throw this out there, but if I follow the line of logic in this article, if a restuarant consistently has bad service (which happens in NYC and every other city in the country), every customer should still tip 20% and that restaurant should continue to thrive under its bad service
I think you meant "Norcross" in the title instead of "Northcross"
I have a ton of the stuff growing in my yard. The phrase "grows like a weed" comes to mind...
Anyone have any recommendations?
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