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Old 09-12-2017, 03:28 PM   #61
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My neighbor recommended a restaurant which I found to be not good. Found out she recommended because her daughter worked their. Some people go to a restaurant to eat, some do not. Important to understand which restaurants are good to EAT at for me.

She was anxious to see if I tried the house cocktail..but I don't drink
Yeah a cow*rker recommended the place her daughter w*rked too. Actually the daughter served us. She served me the food that was poisoned with Salmonella! That was a week long dining experience.
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Old 09-12-2017, 03:52 PM   #62
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I like off the beaten path places w/ good simple food and quirky atmospheres.
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Old 09-12-2017, 04:35 PM   #63
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Generally we go for food that we cannot or do not prepare or that cannot be easily prepared for two people or requires many items that we do not have.

So it is invariably Thai, Vietnamese, or Italian. Sometimes Greek but we do not have few really good Greek restaurants where we live.

We are eating less meat than in the past. We will go for seafood if we know it is a good place otherwise we do not bother.

We avoid fast food places altogether. We never consider going to a chain or franchise operation. We like small, family operated places. Went to a new one last night.
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