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Beach Resort1500 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA(619) 435-6611
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Mitchell Lee reviewed a year ago
Food Excellent Decor Very good Service Very good - The buffet brunch here is out of this world! They have a ridiculous variety of food, and all of it is well prepared and well presented. Bring your appetite (and your wallet: this place is very expensive...)! I was especially a fan of their array of desserts.
Bakery401 Bleecker St, New York, NY(212) 462-2572$
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Mitchell Lee reviewed a year ago
Pizza Restaurant623 E Adams St, Phoenix, AZ(602) 258-8300$$
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Mitchell Lee reviewed a year ago
Food Excellent Decor Very good Service Very good - Really great pizza at a good price. Besides the wait, the service and atmosphere were good too.
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Mitchell Lee reviewed 2 months ago
- Great brewery with some great beer. Their around the world flight (16 samples for $20) is a must, although you may want to split it with someone else. Their brisket sandwiches are also amazing!
Italian Restaurant626 N State St, Chicago, IL(312) 698-5000$$
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Mitchell Lee reviewed a year ago
- This place is great. They have great food and they pull of the appetizer-style shared meals really well. The only reason they don't get five stars is because they never seat you on time.
Italian Restaurant110 Waverly Pl, New York, NY(212) 777-0303$$$$
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Mitchell Lee reviewed a year ago
Food Excellent Decor Excellent Service Excellent - This place is pretty unassuming from the outside. You wouldn't know that it houses such a wonderful restaurant if you weren't specifically headed that way to begin with. Once you get inside, be prepared to be a bit crowded: there's not a lot of standing or waiting room due to the fact that there's a bar right next to the door, with tables lining the other side of the walkway. They sat us at a table upstairs almost exactly at our reservation time. I'm glad we were upstairs, because it was very noisy and crowded downstairs. The lighting is a bit low in the restaurant, but otherwise the tables are nice and the waitstaff is reasonably friendly. The menu can be a bit difficult to read in that the descriptions are relatively limited, so definitely ask for clarification from your waiter. I had the black spaghetti and the lamb chops. Both were incredibly good without being over the top (i.e. they were very well executed without having to rely on masking the main ingredient with gimmicks). We also had the sweet corn which isn't sweet at all, but is absolutely delicious. It tasted more like mac and cheese than it did like corn, and that was absolutely fine by us because it was wonderful. To top it off, I had the polenta for dessert and my mind was blown by how good it was. Hat tip to my waiter for suggesting it. Random side note: our waiter changed twice throughout our meal, which was somewhat interesting to us. I'm not sure if they switched waiters in line with our meal courses or if they operate in a pack environment, but it seemed somewhat odd to us. Overall, I walked away thinking that I definitely got my money's worth at this restaurant. The portion sizes weren't small but also weren't excessive, the food was extremely well executed without being over the top, and the wait staff was friendly and attentive. I would highly recommend it!
Italian Restaurant200 5th Ave, New York, NY(212) 229-2560$$
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Mitchell Lee reviewed a year ago
Food Excellent Decor Excellent Service Very good - Just the concept of this place is excellent. There are themed sections of this "market" where you can shop, and each section has a miniature restaurant fitting that theme. Le Verdure- We had the bruschetta special (which included goat cheese, pears, balsamic vinegar and basil) which was absolutely out of this world! It had a very unique taste to it and was unbelievably good. We also had the Gatto di Patate, which again was very, very good. The flavor was slightly more subdued than the bruschetta, but it was complimented well with green and yellow citrus zucchini. Oh, and in case you like Belgian ales, I would recommend the Dogfish Head Namaste. Overall, without a doubt it was worth the $22/person for the experience and the food. La Pizza e La Pasta- We opted for the Pansotti (pasta) and the Verace (pizza). Both were stellar in their own right, and both were recommended by the chef. The Pansotti was surprisingly light tasting for ravioli and was just the right amount of food. And the crust on the Verace was incredibly delicious. Again, without a doubt worth the $25/person to dine here. Gelateria- The flavors here are hit or miss, but the Nocciola is among the best gelato I've had stateside (!). The Stracciatella is also very good. While it's pretty expensive for a small ($5), the serving sizes are very generous and definitely worth the money if you enjoy gelato. So overall, this place is a MUST. For the experience you get and the sheer quality of the food, the price is incredibly reasonable.
Brewpub563 2nd St, San Francisco, CA(415) 369-0900$
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Mitchell Lee reviewed 5 months ago
- We sat upstairs where it's self serve and the TV's are a ample. Going up to the counter to order is a little odd, but our food came ridiculously quickly which was well appreciated. I had the breakfast pizza (decent) and the watermelon beer (excellent). The service and somewhat crowded tables are the only things keeping this place from getting five stars in my mind.
American Restaurant1800 N Clybourn Ave, Chicago, IL(312) 915-0071$$
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Mitchell Lee reviewed a year ago
- The food is excellent (get the sweet potato fries), and the beer is obviously even better. They bring out awesome tasting sheets for the flight of beers if you go that way. My personal favorites are the Pere Jaques and Matilda.
Brewery2201 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO(303) 296-9460$$
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Mitchell Lee reviewed a year ago
Quality Excellent - This place is great. Their entire selection of beer is really good, and it's a pretty quaint brewery front. My only gripe is that there isn't very much room, so be prepared to stand and be in close proximity with other people if you end up there on a busy afternoon. Still, I think it's well worth the money ($1 samplers donated to charity!) and time.
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