Salumi in Seattle! (beware: not open everyday!)
Japanese knives are wonderful! I highly recommend you check out Korin, a Japanese knife and tableware store in Tribeca. If you're not in NYC, they also have a detailed website. Chubo is also a wonderful online company. Hope that helps!
I still like Mi Cocina and Taco Diner. Cuquitas used to be awesome, but for some reason I think it closed. Gloria's is also good El Salvadorean food. I also loved Zaguan (Venezuelan bakery). Ohh, and Javier's is great higher end Mexican food. Enjoy!
I enjoyed the fried pork over rice, however I did not enjoy the tamale... anyone else? Also wasn't thrilled with the anchovies...
I love an american beer while watching football, maybe a sam winter ale, or harpoon winter warmer, but... I could drink micheladas all day (mexican beer, plus clamato, plus worstcheshire sauce, plus maybe some tapatio, salt and lime) = delicious!
Il Posto Accanto (2nd between Aves. A and B). If you order brunch, it comes with your meal. If you don't go for the $17 brunch, you can always buy it separately.
This looks delicious!
@WineToMatch.com - My brother makes us stop at both. First Rubio's or Bahia for fish tacos, then straight to In-N-Out, all in one trip to and/or from the airport.
Also, does anyone remember Senor Pesca's? It use to be up by UTC as part of the Anthony's. It was awesome!