I'm taking my father-in-law and sister-in-law for a long weekend to NYC. They're not adventurous eaters and definitely not foodies. Pretty much your meat & potatoes kind of folk from a small town in the Midwest. I just got them to try sushi recently, which they thought was ok and they surprisingly liked Indian food. Their favorite cuisines are probably Italian, America, Chinese, and Mexican.
What are some places that will showcase the amazing food in NYC? We'd prefer to not exceed $50 per person for dinner and probably no more than $25 for lunch. Any suggestions?
There are so many Japanese restaurants in LA, but which is your favorite?
With all of the new popular food truck in LA and NY, do you think we are seeing the height of the food truck boom?
I'm looking for a good place to have a dinner with 10-12 friends. We're looking to spend no more than $20-25 per entree. Any type of cuisine is welcome, but my initial thought was Otto. I think they don't take reservations under 12 for more than a month in advance. Any suggestions?
I'm currently debating the Culinary Arts Certificate Program at Boston University. I'm wondering if it is worth it to do the program or to enter the industry and get experience in lieu of the program? The only issue is that I really don't have any culinary work experience as I work for a large corporation and so it might be hard to get my foot in the door. Any thoughts or advice?
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