My family is going to Israel in March, and we will be spending time in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Tiberias (and then down to Eilat and into Jordan to see Petra.) Do you have dinner restaurant recommendations in any of these locations? Lunches will most likely consist of falafel on the fly, so we're less concerned with that. But we have lots of downtime scheduled for dinner, and we have six adventurous eaters going on the trip. Kosher dining is not a requirement.
My family will be travelling to Cooperstown next week for a joint trip to the baseball hall of fame and to Glimmerglass. We need recommendations for lunch and dinner, as the usual methods haven't turned up much. Made a reservation at Alex & Ika for one night, but is there anything else we should look into? We'd rather not stray too far from Cooperstown as we have very limited time there.
We are equal opportunity eaters: just as happy at a high-end restaurant as at a burger shack. (But it's gotta be a GOOD burger shack!)
I will have one day by myself in Philadelphia with nothing planned and nowhere to be at all. Where should I go? What should I eat? Are there any great deals for lunch at restaurants I'd otherwise never be able to afford (along the lines of Del Posto, Jean-Georges in NYC)? Help a novice out!
I will not have a car, but I can walk far. I will be close to the Italian Market/Center City area (is that an area? I have no idea.) but have no qualms about SEPTA/busses/subways/other modes of public transportation. Guide me!
Does anyone have any recommendations for dim sum in Manhattan Chinatown or Flushing for lunch-time dim sum on a weekday? We want somewhere that has the carts that travel around. Does that exist?
This is sort of an NY/NJ question. A friend and I are renting a zipcar on Friday and heading to Six Flags for some rollercoaster action.
Is there anywhere worth stopping for food on the way home to NYC? We'll have an extra 3 hours on the reservation and figure we'll probably never be in Jersey for no reason again. :) We'll eat pretty much anything, but for me, seafood is a fave. Let me know if you have any suggestions!
My family (mom, dad, 2 brothers and me) is going to Paris during the second week of June. My mom has already made many reservations for dinner, but do you Serious Eaters have any recommendations for the three nights we have free?
We are staying in the 6th but have no problems travelling for a good meal. Most of the places we have booked are prix-fixe bistros at around 30-40 euros per person, and we'd like to stay in that range (the exchange is killing us, clearly.)
If you have any recs, please let me know. I will also take recs for good lunches or other things we should not miss!
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