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    Elizabeth Lessner
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    Hi everyone:

    Betty’s Fine Food & Spirits, Surly Girl Saloon, Tip Top Kitchen & Cocktails, Dirty Frank’s Hot Dog Palace and The Jury Room will all be OPEN on New Year’s Day, starting at 11am.

    Betty’s, Jury Room & Tip Top will also be serving brunch starting at 11am, along with our regular menus. Dirty Frank’s will have their Breakfast Nachos on special all day.

    Grass Skirt will be closed New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day. Our other restaurants will all be open normal hours on New Year’s Eve.

    Hope you’ll join us and happy new year to everyone!

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    Anyone know of some buffet style brunches open tomorrow?

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    I heard max and erma’s is having brunch, but don’t know if it is buffet style. I’d be curious about the Polish place having a buffett (on sinclair)

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    Plantain Cafe is open

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    Duane just tweeted that Mr. Eggs will be serving a special offering of local Olentangy River balut and Cook’s champagne breakfast. $23.67 (includes take-home plastic flute glass).

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    Anyone else follow food traditions on New Year? Being German Hungarian, my family traditionally eats pork and kraut today. The pig is viewed as animal that moves forward, thus good luck in these cultures. The kraut, or other cooked green, resembles folded bills, and is thought to bring prosperity.

    Great article about traditions here: http://www.epicurious.com/articlesguides/holidays/newyearsday/luckyfoods

    I’m mentioning this in this thread because Tee Jaye’s prepares a decent rib and kraut entree every year, and are open today.

    *Edit* – Free Bloomin’ Onion or Coconut Shrimp at Outback Steakhouse today (You can tell I’m watching football).

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    patient_zero said:
    Anyone else follow food traditions on New Year? Being German Hungarian, my family traditionally eats pork and kraut today. The pig is viewed as animal that moves forward, thus good luck in these cultures. The kraut, or other cooked green, resembles folded bills, and is thought to bring prosperity.

    Great article about traditions here: http://www.epicurious.com/articlesguides/holidays/newyearsday/luckyfoods

    I’m mentioning this in this thread because Tee Jaye’s prepares a decent rib and kraut entree every year, and are open today.

    *Edit* – Free Bloomin’ Onion or Coconut Shrimp at Outback Steakhouse today (You can tell I’m watching football).

    It was pork and kraut for us!

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    Our big Hungarian family tradition was always Stuffed Cabbage, later after meeting my girlfriend with the German heritage, it was the same, but with more caraway seeds.

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