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Justin Hartung
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Lived in New York City, CA
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Burrito from Haab in Williamsburg. Should I call Guinness or something? 
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could you please explain why Zagat Scores are disappearing with this google map upgrade? 
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Oh Christine, you always were the undervalued Mac
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Tried to make arepas. First draft, definitely...
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At our Zagat #PizzaWeek party. Hot, but tasty. 
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Amazing new wburg spot. Pottlicker. That's calamari with carrots, radish and mango. 
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Quebec City rules at many things, including public art. 
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  • University of California, Santa Cruz
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New York City, CA - Santa Cruz, CA - Oakland, CA
This place is a decent neighborhood backup. You have to order the right thing or you can go pretty wrong. The pastas aren't bad as are some of the specials but things can be a little salty. The backyard is really nice though and they're very friendly
Public - in the last week
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One of Brooklyn's best burgers - insanely rich and juicy. Everything there is pretty solid. Back dining room is great for groups
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Just had beer here, so can't speak to food, but it's a really chain-feeling space, which is not what Manhattan needs more of these days. Also, the housemade beer I ordered was really bitter, not balanced at all. They were very pleasant about pouring me a different beer, however. But I can't say I was impressed by any that I tasted.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
So glad this place has opened - having a movie theater within walking distance is pretty much a must for me. Great screens and sound, comfy chairs. Matinee prices for some shows. Popcorn could be better - but overall always a really pleasant, low-key experience.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Fun place. Not too crowded, good fries and pleasant staff. And good mix of people - really diverse
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Loved this place - fresh, veggie South Indian cuisine hasn't really had enough of a spotlight in NY. Every dish had a really unique flavor - loved the creamy lentils and the the dish with the cheese cubes (has a cool, almost Cheetos-like orange color). The digs are pretty generic, brightly lit, but the staff was very friendly and offered lots of advice about the menu.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
After hearing about this place forever, I finally made it down to this Chinatown location, which I've heard is a bit roomier than the other Manhattan locations. The food is from a Western region of China, and has a very different flavor profile than your average NY Chinese restaurant - think lots of cumin and almost pappardelle-like noodles. We got ours with spicy ground pork - hearty and comforting. We also tried the lamb burger, which was decadently delicious, and a salad with cilantro and sesame dressing that provided a welcome light counterpoint. You order at the counter - and grab a seat either along the wall or at the large communal table. Now I want to come back and work my way though the rest of the menu.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago