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Recommend me a new downtownish lunch spot

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  • #554015

    Geno99
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    I hope I’m not pointing out the obvious, but I assume you’ve been to North Market and tried some of the vendors there?

    #554016

    budser1228
    Participant

    BBR, Rodizio Grill, Ted’s Montana Grill near the Arena. Melt will be open soon.

    #554017

    geoyui
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    Twixlen said:
    Dining Hall – has the bonus of being different all the time.

    Little Palace!

    Mad I forgot about Dinin’ Hall. Unfortunately, I think they’re closing up for the winter.

    #554018

    SusanB
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    Los Potosinos, although I don’t know if they will be open all winter.

    #554019

    hungrywoolf
    Participant

    Sounds like you’re already sorted for tomorrow but L’Appat Patisserie in Olde Towne East has their Pan-African menu every Thursday.

    #554020

    ehill27
    Participant

    Broad Street Bagel & Deli (it’s much more than bagels). And since you’re willing to go all the way to the Surly Girl… http://www.shortnorth.org/dining.

    #554021
    derm
    derm
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    The pick was El Arepazo. Wow. That place is dynamite. Needs more tables, they were as busy as one armed paperhangers too. Will be back.

    Next month a new place off the many lists you all provided. Thanks!

    #554022

    MetroRealtor
    Member

    Lots, Eh? Seems like a new “Hot” Spot every week.

    #554023
    Snarf
    Snarf
    Participant

    MetroRealtor said:
    Lots, Eh? Seems like a new “Hot” Spot every week.

    Hi.

    #554024

    celrae
    Member

    Great list, glad you like El Arepazo. Upper Cup coffee on Parsons and Oak in Old Town East has yummy affordable sandwiches. I get the Ful bean dip served with pitta for $5 or $6, I love the spice mixture they use for this.

    #554025
    derm
    derm
    Participant

    New choice tomorrow, might be Jury Room. Need some time to plot the Christmas list away from the kids.

    #554026
    Chris Sunami
    Chris Sunami
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    What’s your favorites out of the ones you’ve already tried?

    #554027
    derm
    derm
    Participant

    Top Three would be Skillet, El Arepazo and HaePaul.

    Best dish was the grilled cheese at Skillet.

    #554028
    derm
    derm
    Participant

    Jury Room did not crack the top three. Did not even crack the top three CFL restaurants. Nice space, tasty sandwich, still hungry after chips and nine dollar sandwich, felt like I went to Panera.

    #1050267
    derm
    derm
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    Bringing this back up as want to try a new spot next week to plan kid Christmas gifts. Since the last update I went to(new to me):
    The new Arepazo which was great
    Nida’s
    Olde Town Tavern also great
    Press Grille – 5.50 Pressburger was outstanding. Best cheap eat in the city.

    Any new suggestions? Any new places open since last December not on any lists? Thinking maybe 4th street way.

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