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    rus
    rus
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    takeasiesta wrote >>

    AmyJ wrote >>
    The things I always recommend are:
    – veggie burger at Northstar (although I picked up some Luna burgers at the Farmer’s Market and they are pretty damn close)
    – Eggs Del Mar at Banana Bean
    – spicy caterpillar roll at Kooma

    I hear really good things about the veggie burger at Graffiti Burger. I need to try that soon!

    Had it. Surprisingly, not bad. Damn site better than the veggie burger at northstar.

    #373047

    tolemac5050
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    There is a GD RITZYS in Evansville Indiana still open, an original franchise

    #373048

    meltsintowonder
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    Moving here from Evansville, it was funny to hear people talk about GD Ritzy’s in the past. I sometimes stop by there when I go back to visit family. Kind of like the hometown feel of a Steak N Shake.

    #373049

    pixiecrinkle
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    Best thing in Columbus I ever ate (recently): Pineapple Gazpacho at Betty’s.

    #373050

    CheeseFoodie
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    Best thing ever (not recently) spicy shrimp on corn cakes with black beans at Tapatio… sniff, sniff, so miss that place:(

    #373051

    meltsintowonder
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    Shrimp n Grits at G. Michael’s
    Big Burrito with applewood smoked bacon at Northstar
    Kobe carpaccio at The Worthington Inn

    #373052

    Coy
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    Patacon @ El Arepazo
    Pot Roast Sandwich @ Tip Top
    Village Addiction @ Brown Bag
    Breakfast @ GV Coffee Shop
    Buckeye Mocha @ Global Gallery Clintonville
    Flatbread @ North Star
    Dang near anything @ Cafe Bella

    #373053

    bastardsuperstar
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    CheeseFoodie wrote >>
    Best thing ever (not recently) spicy shrimp on corn cakes with black beans at Tapatio… sniff, sniff, so miss that place:(

    we were JUST at starliner having dinner and lamenting how much we miss tapatio.

    especially that damn chili-flake bread.
    anybody got that recipe floatin’ around?

    #373054

    TimBro
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    Cowboy Steak – Hyde Park
    Gnocchi at Basi
    Beignets and Eggs Basin Street – Creole Kitchen
    Ginger Ale at Northstar
    West Virginia Dog – Dirty Franks
    Pad Kee Mow – Bangkok
    Spicy BBQ brisket – BBQ on Pacemont and High
    Fish and Chips – Whole Foods (seriously!)
    Fresh Glazed Doughnuts – Krispy Kreme
    PLT&E Sandwich with asparagus on the side – Mojoe Lounge
    Pepperoni Pizza – 3 way tie – Cardo’s Pizza, Hound Dogs, and Rotolo’s
    Paella Valenciana – Spain

    #373055

    catnfiddle
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    Rockmastermike’s pastrami is right up there with the best of everything. I’m so spoiled since I get to be one of his taste testers.

    #373056

    TimBro
    Member

    Oops – forgot one
    Corned Beef Hash and Eggs – Danny’s Deli

    #373057

    apple fritter from DK Diner

    #373058

    lifeliberty
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    Scallop Wellington from Deepwood.

    #373059

    DavidF
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    lifeliberty wrote >>
    Scallop Wellington from Deepwood.

    Now that sounds delicious!

    #373060

    lifeliberty
    Participant

    i had to post about it, it is ridiculously good. Everything about it was amazing, the scallops were the best I can ever recall, the phillo, the wild mushrooms, the burre blanc,…it was beautiful.

    http://www.deepwoodrestaurant.com/pdf/diningfall2010.pdf

    we also had the rabbit and the cod. I’ve never had rabbit before, I liked it a lot, it was perfectly executed (and it didn’t survive the night). The Cod on the other hand was another work of art. There were so many beautiful flavors that worked so well together, we loved it. the Menu description doesn’t do it justice.

    We had a great meal and service.

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