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Apr 12th, 2008
2:46 pm
April 12th, 2008 | Uncategorized
Backstory: Review of Louis Lunch

I had never been to Louis’ before I did this review. I always meant to, but it seemed like it was never open. I’d even tried going right after Easter during their regular hours, but it was still closed, I guess for some kind of post-Easter chocolate-digesting vacation. But when I came back with a […]

Apr 11th, 2008
8:36 pm
April 11th, 2008 | Uncategorized
Beyond New Haven: Sushi Palace

Ok, so perhaps it’s not fair to write about a restaurant where you either need a car, a friend with a car or some cab or bus fare in order to get there, but this place cannot go without mention. Among my own group of friends, Sushi Palace has already become a topic of conversation […]

Mar 27th, 2008
6:59 pm
March 27th, 2008 | Uncategorized
Skip the Club: The Classier Side of New Haven

Not really digging the New Haven club scene, but want to go out and enjoy a drink with friends at a classy joint? Try Nikkita’s, Kudeta, Bottega Lounge, Fosters, Geronimo’s, and/or Soul de Cuba. Soul De Cuba: I was first introduced to Soul de Cuba by a good friend of mine that I met while […]

Mar 24th, 2008
7:31 pm
March 24th, 2008 | Uncategorized
The Backstory: Review of Central Steakhouse

Faithful blog readers deserve to know the truth: As much as I try to cover for it in the article, I think it’s pretty obvious that I forgot to order steak when I was reviewing Central Steakhouse. It was not a strategic decision — it just didn’t occur to me or the person I was […]

Mar 15th, 2008
9:22 am
March 15th, 2008 | Uncategorized
50s diner and Indian dinner? Better than Bollywood.

When I told my friends that I had just had the best meal of my month in a beat up 50s diner down Chapel Street they were expecting a burger and fries, not tandoori chicken and samosas. Their reactions to the revelation weren’t too enthusiastic. Who can blame them? The last major time the style […]

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