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gush

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Boston and New York Fri, 06/3/11 2:47 PM (permalink)
 I know I can look at other links on the same topic, but...I am going to Boston for five days (July 4-9) and want a list of FIVE of absolute musts. I also have three meals in NYC (July 9-11) and want to get THREE musts. I have some ideas and watch and read a lot of food sites, but would like to narrow my list.
 
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    joerogo

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    Re:Boston and New York Fri, 06/3/11 9:25 PM (permalink)
    gush, In Boston, hit Hei La Moon for dim sum and Rino's for outrageous Italian food.
     
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      gush

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      Re:Boston and New York Sat, 06/4/11 8:49 AM (permalink)
      Great. I saw Rino's on DDD and it looked great. Both places are in the list. Seafood? No Name?
       
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        wanderingjew

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        Re:Boston and New York Sat, 06/4/11 8:58 AM (permalink)
        gush


        Great. I saw Rino's on DDD and it looked great. Both places are in the list. Seafood? No Name?

         
        Buffetbuster and I were just at the No Name this past January and it was fine. Are there better seafood choices out there, yes, I will tell you that Legal Seafood certainly isn't one of them. However I do recommend you go to the No Name just for their outstanding fish chowder- it's some of the best I've ever had.
         
         
         
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          gush

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          Re:Boston and New York Sun, 06/5/11 5:39 PM (permalink)
          What about NYC? I am going to Luger's, but want two or three other choices..Deli, Pizza and Chinatown??
           
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            lb18532

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            Re:Boston and New York Thu, 06/9/11 9:00 PM (permalink)
            I would recommend Lombardi's on spring street for pizza 
            stay away from any rays,familia or sbarros pizza to many other good real pizza in the city .

             
             
            www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-june-1-2011/me-lover-s-pizza-with-crazy-broad
            <message edited by lb18532 on Thu, 06/9/11 9:20 PM>
             
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