They really are the best. One nice detail is that they serve the dressing/dip in a small ceramic bowl, as opposed to Lost Coast who serves theirs in a paper cup, which tends to disintegrate after a few wing-dunkings.
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Sorry to say that a fire has put Pho Thien Long on hiatus for awhile...
I laughed so hard reading this, I cried. Then I read it again, and cried so more. I also <3 Café Brio and their chocolate "chip" cookies. Well deserved win.
I'm glad that the vote was NOT for another Mexican Resturant. (I'm soooo tired of Mexican food.)
BOB DORAN FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS HOLY STOP POSTING THINGS ON THE BLOG!!!!!!!!!!
Yes, I am (or was) shouting, but good god man, every single time you post a topic, you fuck up the blog and it is stuck...this time on the headline only.
Steelhead XP is better from a keg, bottles come out a bit more malty than I like generally. If they produced Windshield Owl in 6-packs I think more people would know it's a better ale, plus it supports a local wildlife charity. Cheers.
We would just like to publicy thank all the AWESOME Cafe Nooner FANS! You all ROCK and we love serving you what you love! Thanks also to the North Coast Journal for the opportunity! :) Joe and Lorrena Filgas, Owners, Cafe Nooner and the soon to open Cafe Nooner Too! in Henderson Center.
Surprised you folks don't have a Best Mexican category with our multitudes of Mexican joints.
I obviously don't get out much. Never heard of the place.
"Best " is a difficult superlative to defend, but I would assert that Brick & Fire is a Great restaurant. My wife and I and friends and relatives have had both lunch and dinner there and were more than pleased with the selection, service, ambiance and decor. I would recommend it without hesitation. We lived in the SF Bay area for several decades and know something about restaurants. Also, give Two Doors Down a try, possible for a glass of wine and/or an appetizer, while waiting for your dinner reservation. Bon Appetit!
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