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41 most superbly restaurants in suburban Cuyahoga County: 2014 A-List Dining Guide ... The Vero Margherita Pizza, clear and classic, is one of the bestselling pies at Vero Pizza Napoletana ,12421 Cedar Rd. Cleveland Heights, 216-229-8383. Stylish, svelte and instant-baked in a 900 degree firewood oven, Vero raises the craft of pizza
Jeff (Tain) Watts's Quartet Opens Series at Minton's The standout pitch in the early set at Minton's in Harlem on Wednesday night was a new one, “Brainlifter,” composed by the drummer Jeff (Tain) Watts and briskly demolished by his four-similarly constituted band. Built over a gear-shifting groove, it was a maze full of
Ask Tom: Rants, raves and questions on the DC dining furor Hey Tom! So my grill is: Have ramps "jumped the shark"? It seems that every restaurant goes ramp crazy every year on all sides this time, when will enough be enough? I love wild leeks as much as the next foodie but pretty soon they are going to go the way
36 Hours in Destiny, RI An indefinite corner coffee shop, Classic Café (865 Westminster Street; 401-273-0707; classiccaferi.com) has vinyl booths, kinsmen photos on the walls and a frenetic open kitchen. From its hissing grill come crisp potato cakes ($1.50), made with
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So my grill is: Have ramps "jumped the shark". It seems that every restaurant goes ramp crazy every year thither this time, when will enough be enough. I love wild leeks as much as the next foodie but pretty soon they are going to go the way of "Asian fusion" menus, Balsamic reductions, donuts and every other ray in the pan food craze, no. My husband to be and I are getting legally married at the DC Courthouse one afternoon in June. We are looking for a good form b in situ with a nice rooftop view to toast to the happy event and eat an early dinner. We don't need to go all four-stars, fancy-pants but a quarter that has more seafood and veggie options would suit us nicely. All four of our lovely parents will be along for the ride. We will of despatch bring sunscreen. Thanks much. We want to celebrate my sister's high school graduation on a Wednesday in June (she's from out of township and we're going on vacation the following morning so it has to be Wednesday). We're a party of three and are all fairly adventurous eaters though we'd need to mizen-stay away from spicy (hot) foods. She wants to try French food at some point during the vacation but not necessarily in DC. Normally, she requests Japanese (with at least some sushi) or a hit pay dirt with tasting menus/small plates. She loved Makoto on an earlier visit. We have a car so we're not limited to the metro. Prized Tom and writer, As a restaurateur the amount of tables to place in a restaurant is always on the forefront of my mind. The balance between guest relieve and utilization of space, especially in the current economy and the cost of doing business in DC, is a fine line. I am sorry to hear that the novelist felt unhappy and may not be coming back to Mintwood Place. I have not added any tables in the dining room since the opening, changed some thither but have not added. At the end of the day one less table of two in the section the writer mentions equates to roughly $80,000 less at the end of the year. A thug decision to make in an industry with low profit margins. My staff and I are always willing to offer another table if there is one available that is more to their edge. Thanks for reading, Saied Azali Owner Mintwood Place. Tom, I love your weekly Q&A session. I try to understand it every week. I noticed someone on your last chat was looking for recommendations on eating in Lisbon. I suggest checking out http://americaninportugal. It has restaurant, comestibles,.live.washingtonpost.com
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