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07-15-2012, 01:47 PM
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Salty as **** but great tasting.

I do miss the massive footlong tuna from one place in NY.

Half of the sub alone is made with 3-5 cans of white albcore tuna and mixed with celery and mayo topped with American Cheese.

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I've been in Brazil since early May visiting some family here (my mom is Brazilian). All I can think about is the Texas Patty Melt at What-a-Burger. August 11th can't come fast enough.

The food here has been really awesome, don't get me wrong. Sometimes though, I just really want some junky-ass junk American food.

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This thread is really making me miss Philadelphia. It's definitely a second tier city in general, but when it comes to food, Philly is world class. I'll take the culinary scene in Philadelphia over that of any other city in this country. San Francisco is close, and New York is a whole notch below.

As for DC, there are plenty of good to very good restaurants here, but only a few that have been really outstanding, and there's an awful lot of crap. As a city full of transplants with no real region to claim as its own (mid-Atlantic, I guess, but Maryland has the crab title locked down and any idiot can dump Old Bay on a potato), there's no culinary identity here whatsoever.

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This thread is really making me miss Philadelphia. It's definitely a second tier city in general, but when it comes to food, Philly is world class. I'll take the culinary scene in Philadelphia over that of any other city in this country. San Francisco is close, and New York is a whole notch below.

As for DC, there are plenty of good to very good restaurants here, but only a few that have been really outstanding, and there's an awful lot of crap. As a city full of transplants with no real region to claim as its own (mid-Atlantic, I guess, but Maryland has the crab title locked down and any idiot can dump Old Bay on a potato), there's no culinary identity here whatsoever.
Odds are you just don't know where to go yet.

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Odds are you just don't know where to go yet.
Eh. I've been here almost two years now and do a lot of exploring, food-wise. As someone who doesn't drink, has no kids, doesn't own a car, and rents my home, I have very few expenses, and most of my disposable income goes to food.

DC is a deceivingly tiny city. Like I said, there are some very good restaurants here and even a handful of really great ones, but on the whole, it's nothing to write home about. Miles behind Philly.

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Eh. I've been here almost two years now and do a lot of exploring, food-wise. As someone who doesn't drink...
I was forced to stop reading right there.

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I was forced to stop reading right there.
Believe me, I've tried. I've been drunk once in my life, and it took a lot of work to get there. It's certainly not something I enjoy doing, though I wish I did. I have the taste buds of a 9-year-old, the tolerance of a linebacker, and a stomach like an old washing machine. It's not a great combination.

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Getting drunk has its moments, but I don't get nearly as drunk as I did in the past. When I do, I'm usually picky with where I go to get ****faced. At home, a bar or eatery with a very small gathering with people that I know and trust. At the games depending on my mood which is not as often as I used too. In case I end up going to a place very late at night with alot of people, I need to be sober in case I may have to put my foot up a violent drunks ass in self-defense.

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A few of my favorites...

Ranch House Grille on Thomas and 58th
LoLo's Chicken and Waffles on Scottsdale and Thomas
Tottie's Asian Fusion on Thomas and Hayden
Tutti Santi Ristorante on Dobson and Guadelupe
Pink Pepper Thai on Dobson and Gaudelupe
Cornish Pasty Co. on Dobson and Guadelupe
Zorba's Greek on Alma School and Warner
Kopper Kettle Indo-Pakistani-Afgani on Alma school and Warner
Ninja Sushi in alma school and elliot
Sakana sushi on Elliot and 48th st
Pesto's Wine Bistro on Dobson and Ray
Cyclo Vietnamese on Dobson and Chandler
Vine Expressions on Gilbert and Warner
Flancers on Gilbert and Elliot
Aussie Down Under Wine bar on warner and cooper
Florencia pizza on Ray and S.mtn. pkwy.
Vintage 95 wine lounge on AZ AV and Boston
Joes NY pizza on camelback and 73rd
Nicantonis pizza on warner and mcqueen
Rula Bula Irish pub on mill ave and 1st
The tavern on mill ave and 3rd
Contigo Peru Peruvian on Alma school and gaudelupe
Hot Pot Jamaican on Elliot and az ave.
Nellos pizza on Alma school and guadelupe
El Zocolo Mexican Grille on AZ ave and buffalo
Wow... an impressive list mostly in a part of town I seldom get to.


I been meaning to try LoLo's though... heasrd the chix&waffles is good

I like

from North to South order
Los Reyes De La Torta - 7th St North of Dunlap Ave
Carlos O'Brien's - 12th St & Northern
Richardsons - 16th St & Maryland
Texaz Grill - 16th St & Bethany Home rd
Miracle Mile Deli - 20th St & Highland
Lukes - 16th St & Indian School
Buca di beppo - Scottsdale South of Indian School

at Westgate
Shane's Rib Shack
Johnny Rockets
Yard House
(not a fan of Margaritaville)


Haven't been to La Perla in Glendale in ages

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does no-one go to sunup, four peaks or other micro brews?

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Carlos O'Brien's - 12th St & Northern
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Haven't been there in YEARS , will have to go back. Not often in that area though.

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does no-one go to sunup, four peaks or other micro brews?
I make it up to Four Peaks every once in a while - it's a favorite place for my friends to go to for birthdays and such.

One of my favorite places to go for a beer or two is Flanny's Bar & Grill at McClintock & Elliot. Great beer selection there, always something rather interesting to try. Helps that it's in the same parking lot as the place where I work. Sometimes I'll take my lunch break there...

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Pretty sure the original question had to do with food.

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does no-one go to sunup, four peaks or other micro brews?
LOVE Four Peaks. Should definitely be on my list. The Pumpkin Porter paired with the Popper Burger and some Spinach Artichoke Dip to share is one of the best meals I've ever enjoyed.

Speaking of Breweries, if anyone ever gets up to Sedona, go to Oak Creek Brewery and order "The Brewmaster". Three different types of homemade sausage, a mound of garlic mashed potatoes, and a big mess of homemade kraut. Amazing.

Also, try every beer at both breweries. Especially any seasonal beers. Especially the Pumpkin Porter at Four Peaks in the fall and the Orange Blossom at Oak Creek in the spring.

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Getting a "couldn't load plug-in" error message on youtube. Anyone know how to fix it?

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Getting a "couldn't load plug-in" error message on youtube. Anyone know how to fix it?
Probably a Java error. Try reinstalling it.

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Re-installing what exactly...

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Probably a Java error. Try reinstalling it.
Youtube uses Flash to play videos.

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Gah. I've troubleshot Java issues for every person in my office over the age of 28 in the last week or two, so I had that on the mind. You're right.

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How do I re-install java/flash? I'm not computer illiterate but I've never dealt with flash or java before.

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I doubt I can find it, but it's worth a shot.

2 years ago, my Ex and I took in a Coyotes game, and some guy approached us before the game and took our picture. He handed us a ticket, and we could view it online, and possibly buy the photo. I can't really find anything on the Coyotes website, I was curious if anyone had an idea of where to view these pictures, and if I could dig this photo up at all? Thanks.

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I doubt I can find it, but it's worth a shot.

2 years ago, my Ex and I took in a Coyotes game, and some guy approached us before the game and took our picture. He handed us a ticket, and we could view it online, and possibly buy the photo. I can't really find anything on the Coyotes website, I was curious if anyone had an idea of where to view these pictures, and if I could dig this photo up at all? Thanks.
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