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      Bar BrunoJune 29
      Bar
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Chicken slaw salad is great - get extra cumin dressing and pour it all over!

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      Hummus WorldAugust 21, 2014
      Falafel
      • Roslyn Heights, United States

      The PEOPLE! Hilarious.

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      JuventinoAugust 18, 2014
      Spanish
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Huaraches con pollo

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      Dumpling ManJuly 18, 2014
      Dumplings
      • New York, United States

      There is no point to this. Gross.

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      The Whitehall HotelMay 12, 2014
      Hotel
      • Chicago, United States

      Wifi is FREE.

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      HendriksDecember 29, 2013
      New American
      • New York, United States

      Those cornmeal pancakes.

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      Pam Real ThaiSeptember 17, 2013
      Thai
      • New York, United States

      Delicious, extremely fair prices, no decor - come for the tastes, not the scene

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      Café TodayJuly 16, 2013
      American
      • New York, United States

      Grilled skirt steak on the hot bar. What!

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      Arepas CafeJune 24, 2013
      Arepas
      • Astoria, United States

      Arepa Pabellon or you're doing it wrong. Savory, sweet, crunchy. It's why you should sit there in the first place.

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      Arepas CafeJune 24, 2013
      Arepas
      • Astoria, United States

      Do not let the menu description confuse you-- the camarones arepa is with Pico de gallo, not "cooked with tomato onion sauce and cilantro." Simple, still tasty, among the lighter arepas choices.

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      Arepas CafeJune 24, 2013
      Arepas
      • Astoria, United States

      Sangria fruit is actually diced canned peaches. (I'm into it.)

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      Arepas CafeJune 24, 2013
      Arepas
      • Astoria, United States

      Why can't I fit more than 2 arepas in my body? Must keep trying.

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      SweetleafApril 28, 2013
      Café
      • Queens, United States

      Voodoo Child (Vietnamese cold brew with sweetened condensed milk) is delicious, but tell them only half the ice -- 5 sips and you're done! At $4.75 you have a right to direct.

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      Casa EnriqueApril 23, 2013
      Mexican
      • Queens, United States

      No longer BYOB

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      Happy Feet Pet ShopApril 5, 2013
      Pet Store
      • New York, United States

      Really accommodating guys - offered to cut up the treats I was considering buying for my small dog. They did, and I did!

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      Ayada ThaiApril 4, 2013
      Thai
      • Elmhurst, United States

      Oh. My. Gd. Duck panang. NY Times pick for a reason. Do not open your mouth to order unless you say "duck panang" first. Crispy outside, moist inside, no bones, and a sauce that will melt your mind.

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      Al's DelicatessenApril 1, 2013
      Deli / Bodega
      • New York, United States

      Unlimited toppings on create-a-salad! Grilled eggplant, grape leaves, hearts of palm, artichokes, roasted red peppers, proteins, cheeses - all included

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      Museum of the City of New YorkMarch 26, 2013
      History Museum
      • New York, United States

      Feels so clean and modern and in such an old building. Great exhibits that are easy to digest. Check out the micro spaces exhibit when it's still just an exhibit - hopefully it'll be reality someday!

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      Aroma Kitchen & Wine BarMarch 23, 2013
      Wine Bar
      • New York, United States

      Sit at the communal table if you can - the walk outside and downstairs just to get there is worth it. Looks like you're in an 1800s wine cellar.

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      Duane ReadeMarch 22, 2013
      Pharmacy
      • New York, United States

      Dr. Ednyak. Fully explained the origins of my simple ailment + walked me into the aisles to show me what to couple with my RX. That's like out of a commercial.

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