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This charming locale offers breakfast, lunch and dinner service, indoor and patio seating, welcoming decor, ample window seating (for people watching), a well selected menu, generous portions, reasonable prices, attentive service and good food! At this restaurant you are surrounded by so much history and great people watching too! Read more...

Welcome To The New DinnerReviews.com©

Features
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In January 2011, the new Global DinnerReviews.com© launched after much anticipation. Using only the latest in Internet technology, featuring a fully interactive, browser friendly format, this dynamic Internet Magazine is now being read all over the world. Read more...

Balzem – SoHo – New York City

Food for Thought
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Citrus flavors, bright greens such as arugula and fresh seafood…fresh everything, will hit your senses with each dish, small or large. Mezze starters like the Prosciutto Wraps filled with burrata cheese and set atop a grilled green pepper then drizzled with balsamic glaze may sound like a mouthful yet there’s no competition in terms of the savory experience of each bite. Read more...

Mr. Red Café – Vancouver, British Columbia

Food for Thought
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I’ve been hearing great things about Mr. Red Cafe and I finally had a chance to try it for brunch. Every review I’ve read says how different they are from your everyday pho places…and they were so right! We started with Pho Cuon, a delicate rice noodle roll filled with stir-fried beef and basil. The rice noodles had the cutest pattern on them, and the filling inside was even better. Read more...

Chanson Restaurant – Deerfield Beach, Florida

Broward
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With Chef Sylvain at the helm, Chanson offers the finest and rarest specialty gourmet ingredients from all over the world. Featuring White Alba Truffles during season, Osetra Caviar, O’Toro of Tuna, Taylor Bay Scallops and Akaushi Kobe Beef from Japan [Red Cow, Japanese Wagyu Beef produced by coddled cattle whose meat is richly marbled with fat and producing a very tender, flavorful, and expensive variety of steak to name just a few. Read more...

Schwabl’s Since 1837 in West Seneca, New York

International
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Certainly a Buffalo, New York area landmark, Schwabl’s has been serving guests simple but tasty fare for 177 years. This family began its love affair with good food and Western New York State in 1837, when German immigrant and family patriarch, Sebastian Schwabl began feeding friends, locals and hungry travelers. Read more...

Le Village – Lower East Side of Manhattan – NYC

International
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Le Village is Pawlicki’s third restaurant in Lower Manhattan and has been open for a year. Pawlicki’s newest French bistro has entrees that stand out because the flavor isn’t lost in even though cooked without fat. As a starter the French Onion Soup is reminiscent of a savory bread pudding, it is slow cooked with a consistency akin to gravy soaked in thick cubes of bread and a lovely layer of melted cheese. Read more...

Sapphire Indian Cuisine, Boca Raton, Florida

Food for Thought
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Service was nearly perfect, with servers and even owners constantly replacing our used flatware with clean before each new course, and whenever someone got up from our table for any reason, our linen napkins were neatly refolded and neatly placed at our seat as is done in truly fine dining restaurants the world over. It is the little things that often impress guests the most, and Raju, Khevin and their well trained staff know this to be true. Read more...

THE MISSION GRAPE – Distinct and Almost Extinct

International
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For centuries the Spanish Missionaries travelled the globe, spreading Christianity wherever they settled. They built missions, schools, villages and developed culture and spread education as they moved across the unexplored reaches of the world. They also brought with them and spread another significant social ingredient…that would be wine! Read more...

32 East – It’s Still All About the Food!

Channel 7 News Feature Stories
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The dining possibilities and combinations are endless at 32 East where it is “Still All About the Food”. The service is impeccable but never over-bearing, and the atmosphere is warm and bistro-esque while whispering fine dining on every visit. The upstairs dining room is so perfect for private parties during the holidays and year round as well. Read more...

It’s Turkey Time, All the Time

Food for Thought
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History tells us that dishes involving turkey started as far back as the 1500s. Turkey was once exclusively a food for the rich, but gradually became affordable to the working class as time went on. Interesting fact: Today’s domesticated turkey is one breed out of six that is being farmed. Amy Chu shows how she cooks turkey in this recipe / story.. Read more...