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  • Frank & Lupes Old Mexico in Scottsdale

    Frank & Lupes Old Mexico

    The fish tacos are as good as the taco stand at the fish market in Mexico, and my personal favorite is the sopaipillas basket for dessert. The airy pockets of fried dough come out warm and drizzled in honey… Me encanta!

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  • Modern Steak

    As for the food, among my favorite dishes are the salads, with ample portions and unique ingredients that create a wonderful texture and color. The Jumbo Shrimp Louie Salad with hearts of palm, avocado and tomato is delicious.

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  • Stingray Sushi in Scottsdale

    Stingray Sushi

    Favorites such as the Stingray Roll, crab mix topped with freshly chopped cilantro and jalapeno and server with sweet chilli sauce, or the Cabo Blanco Roll, stuffed with salmon, spicy crab mix, avocado, cucumbers and topped with halibut, pico de gallo, and a creamy ponzu sauce, will have you wishing for more room in your tummy.

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  • Olive & Ivy Restaurant & Marketplace in Scottsdale

    Olive & Ivy Restaurant & Marketplace

    Olive & Ivy offers some 45 wines by the glass. Bottles from Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, and France along with varietals from California and the Pacific Northwest, of which can been seen on shelves upon shelves in the immense glass wine cellar flanking the entrance to the restaurant.

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  • Pure Sushi & Dining in Scottsdale

    Pure Sushi & Dining

    Pure's Box Sushi is unique fusion of layers of sashimi, crab mix, rice and smelt egg served in a wooden box, and hailed for its originality among local residents.

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  • Moto Inc in Brooklyn

    Moto Inc

    When the cold starts to bite, the snow starts to sprinkle or the rain starts to batter, I can’t think of a better place to seek shelter than at café Moto in South Williamsburg in Brooklyn...

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  • Cafe Colette in Brooklyn

    Cafe Colette

    If you’re looking for an appetizing boozy brunch off the beaten hipster path in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood, then Café Colette is the place you want to be when your hangover hits...

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  • David Burke Kitchen in New York

    David Burke Kitchen

    I have enjoyed both an excellent lunch sitting outside on their terrace as well as a fun dinner with a group of friends inside the main restaurant. The service is friendly and attentive; and I know a few of my local friends have been back and had an equally good experience...

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  • Bobo in New York


    I had a glass of Chardonnay in the downstairs bar or ‘Den’ as they call it as I waited for my dinner guest. There were a group of people in the corner clearly enjoying themselves but quite loud,

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