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Jenna Landi
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Selling some furniture from my Park Slope studio - let me know if you have any interest! You can view the full list here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AvOu1yewT_mldGhWNVpyY044UFZ2QWdpaFl1cGJ0Tnc#gid=0
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Had so much fun at the #LocalCookOff tonight with fellow power users! Thanks G+ Local for the yummy treats! 
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For all my foodie friends out there, you must check out gojee.com - I'm hooked!
WARNING! May Cause Drooling.
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Are we on Japanese TV yet?
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Now we can finally give into the illusion that we control what's posted about us/of us on the Internet :-)
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CHICAGO, PLEASE HELP Portugal. The Man: "HELP People of Chicago and Lollapalooza our van & trailer & gear was stolen. Red Ford Van, Black trailer Alaska plates FJH244" - contact +Sam Berger for more information.
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LA diners: find pizza elsewhere, Pizzeria Mozza service has gone down the drain...
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Pizzeria Mozza
641 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Disappointed to report that this is no longer a restaurant worth visiting in LA. I say that fully acknowledging that the food is delicious. Get take out instead and skip the restaurant (and treacherous valet parking). They've rested on their laurels and nearly all the staff, from the manager, to the host, to our wait staff approached our 8-person birthday party dinner with attitude.

Our birthday cake was immediately refused (no outside food), our reservation threatened 4 minutes into it's time slot (if you're party isn't here in 10 minutes, we're giving up your table), and we were repeatedly told (even during dinner!) that we needed to vacate the table within 2 hours. Our waitress walked away mid-drink order (missed half the table) and appeared frustrated when we asked for more time to figure out our entree selection. It was extremely awkward and uncomfortable for all of the diners in our party, especially the birthday guest of honor. Ironically, we were dining with someone currently starring on a primetime show on Fox, and we were still treated poorly (not-so-silver lining = all people treated poorly?).

There are too many delicious restaurants in this wonderful city filled with hard working staff - don't waste your time here and instead go to a restaurant that deserves your attention and values your patronage.
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+Jenna Berger I appreciate your review. I do have to agree good service is hard to come by these days. It's a shame really.
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Getting ready for our Dark Dining with #googlenycgang
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I'll definitely be paying this Pop Up a visit -- part-store, part-gallery, all eccentric!
The Man Behind Lady Gaga Unveils His Own Pop-Up Shop. Walk, walk fashion baby... Nicola Formichetti, Thierry Mugler creative director and stylist to Lady Gaga, will open his first temporary shop in Ma...
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10th Ave or the road less traveled? @ the Highline
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Bi-coastal researcher, Internet lover, MoMA member, Brandeis alum, social media advocate, iPhone junkie, expert eater, ambitious traveler
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Disappointed to report that this is no longer a restaurant worth visiting in LA. I say that fully acknowledging that the food is delicious. Get take out instead and skip the restaurant (and treacherous valet parking). They've rested on their laurels and nearly all the staff, from the manager, to the host, to our wait staff approached our 8-person birthday party dinner with attitude. Our birthday cake was immediately refused (no outside food), our reservation threatened 4 minutes into it's time slot (if you're party isn't here in 10 minutes, we're giving up your table), and we were repeatedly told (even during dinner!) that we needed to vacate the table within 2 hours. Our waitress walked away mid-drink order (missed half the table) and appeared frustrated when we asked for more time to figure out our entree selection. It was extremely awkward and uncomfortable for all of the diners in our party, especially the birthday guest of honor. Ironically, we were dining with someone currently starring on a primetime show on Fox, and we were still treated poorly (not-so-silver lining = all people treated poorly?). There are too many delicious restaurants in this wonderful city filled with hard working staff - don't waste your time here and instead go to a restaurant that deserves your attention and values your patronage.
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reviewed a year ago
My go-to for picking up seafood on the way home from work. All of the fish is fresh, and the men behind the counters are great at giving recommendations and prepping instructions. Don't feel like cooking but still craving seafood? I've picked up their steamed lobsters, soup, sushi, raw bar items (you name it!) and brought them home to a very happy and hungry family. Can't go wrong with the quality at Lobster Place!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
One of the most amazing hotels I've ever had the pleasure of staying in. The grounds are gorgeous - filled with art, great reading spots, and make the most of the converted canal homes. The beds are comfy, the linens are amazing. And the location is extremely convenient - close enough to walk or bike around to other desirable spots, but far enough away from the red light district to get some distance from the more touristy parts of the city. I highly recommend a stay!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A delicious, albeit a splurge, meal is a given here for either brunch or dinner. Specializing in Italian favorites, you'll go back and forth between five different delectable dishes before finally settling on your order. You can't go wrong with any of the pastas. I recommend going with a few people so that you can try a number of different entrees and apps. Definitely a special occasion restaurant, and a good one to take the parents when they come to town.
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My new favorite oyster spot and an absolute must-visit for seafood lovers. Don't be discouraged by the wait, grab a beer at a neighboring bar and they'll text you when a table is ready. A wide selection of oysters, great pours from NY breweries, and helpful, friendly staff. However, the real star of the show is the food. So excellent, so well prepared, I've never been disappointed by a single order here. Even the charcuterie plate, one I would assume to be second rate at a seafood spot, is so far from it and definitely worth an order. Their scallop special (whatever it is on the day, it's always fantastic) is not to be missed. And who couldn't love the Oyster Happy Hour, where for a mere $12 you can get a half dozen oysters and a beer - a NYC dream come true!
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Public - a year ago
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Enthusiastic staff and eaters alike make for a tasty and refreshing dining experience in NYC. You're encouraged to eat with your hands, in the traditional Laotian way (they say the sticky rice tastes better, I think it's more about the fun). The food is spicy and flavorful and a welcome departure from the millions of other mediocre 'fusion' spots downtown. The duck salad is awesome, and don't hesitate to order more rice to soak up the spicy red curry, a must order from the entrees.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A little bit of everything can be found in this trendy (read: celeb-sightings galore) LES restaurant that is both meat-eater and vegetarian friendly. Oysters? Check. Pasta? Check. Seaweed on the veggie platter? Check. Great wine list and good eats make FR worth a visit, but the prices keep me from being a regular.
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