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Interested to hear what Heights-area restaurants y'all eat at (or order from) most frequently, and if you have a standard order there.

To keep us on the same page:

(1) "Most frequently" - For this purpose, places at which you eat (or from which you order) at least 12 or more times a year

(2) "Heights area" - For this purpose, let's broadly call it the area bounded by Memorial to the south, 610 to the west and north, and 45 to the east

(3) If a place is new, or somewhere you've just discovered, go ahead and include it if your best guess is that you'll easily eat there at least 12 times in the next 12 months

I think that the above criteria narrow my list down to just the below places. If there's something I order more often than not, I've listed it also.

- King Biscuit (spicy fries)

- Beaver’s (Nacho Mamma’s oysters)

- Pink’s (Mediterranean)

- El Gallo de Jalisco (tacos al pastor)

- El Rey (ceviche)

Anyone else want to share their list? If a number of people respond, I'll keep a running tally.

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King Biscuit (because I can walk there and they have great Jazz on Tuesdays). Food is standard, but really good when they get the outdoor grill going.

Empire Seafood/Chinese: everything. This is seriously good food.

Sweet Temptation: everything. FANTASTIC Italian for a third the price of the other fancy spots

Patrenellas: lasagna.

Berryhills: easy and wifey likes the fish tacos.

Spanish Flowers: gotta love 24hrs

Chilosos Taco House: seriously, 12x per year, I probably hit this quota in about 2 months.

Carter and Cooley: sandwiches

Stella Sola: so far on par to hit it 12 times

Dacapos: sandwiches and custom cakes

Onion Creek: not so much because the food is good, but I usually need something to offset the pints with friends.

Wow...looking at this I think I have a foodie problem. Actually......its not problem at all.

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Berryhill: when the weather is nice- or even veering toward hot- we eat there every Friday night

Lola: every weekend involves at least one meal at Lola, typically lunch after a bike ride

Pie In The Sky: it's new but based on atmosphere and pricing, we'll be there often

Empire Seafood: we don't go but get delivery from them a couple times a month

Dry Creek: again, nice weather means many trips to DC. it's ok for the service to be horrible when the weather is patio perfect.

Antidote: it's not a restaurant but we "eat" breakfast there often and stop by for a drink to go several times a week. it's also late morning snack place when we head out for a day on the bikes.

Chilosos: we would eat here a lot more if my husband had his way. breakfast tacos ONLY

These places I wouldn't say we eat at 12x a year but we go regularly, probably 7-9x annually.

Glasswall: this is our go-to for a nice date night or a quick meal at the bar before a show

Stella Sola: where we want to take all our friends at least once, plus they've added brunch!

Shade: nice family meals. out of town guests.

I really don't consider the Washington strip restaurants part of the Heights. We've had this discussion on this forum but I consider an interstate highway a pretty clear line of demarkation and that area now even has it's own nickname: the corridor. so i do frequent some places down there (El Rey, Max's Wine Dive, Zoe's Kitchen- and Les Girvals once it opens) but I really in good conscience can't add them to my Heights list :rolleyes:

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Carter and Cooley - honey ham and brie sandwich

El Rey - Cuban, El Rey, or carnitas tacos

Andy's - the "regular" breakfast (cheap, easy, and convenient at odd hours)

and I have to throw in Queen Burger for their shakes with stuff in them - it's like half ice cream and half whatever "mix-in" you want. The best stomach ache ever!

I miss Mojo Risin on Shepherd - they had a really good breakfast bowl.

okay - I admit - I don't get to the area like I used to so I probably won't be visiting them as much. Take my suggestions for what they are but I understand if they may taint the survey!

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Running tally so far...

2 - King Biscuit (spicy fries, outdoor grill)

2 - Berryhill (fish tacos)

2 - Empire Seafood

2 - Chilosos (breakfast tacos)

2 - Carter and Cooley (sandwiches, honey ham and brie sandwich)

2 - El Rey (ceviche, Cuban tacos, El Rey tacos, carnitas tacos)

1 - Beaver’s (Nacho Mamma’s oysters)

1 - Pink’s (Mediterranean)

1 - El Gallo de Jalisco (tacos al pastor)

1 - Sweet Temptation

1 - Patrenellas (lasagna)

1 - Spanish Flowers

1 - Stella Sola

1 - Dacapos (sandwiches, custom cakes)

1 - Onion Creek

1 - Lola

1 - Pie in the Sky

1 - Dry Creek

1 - Antidote

1 - Chicago Pizza

1 - Andy’s (“regular” breakfast)

1 - Queen Burger (shakes with stuff in them)

Recapping, the question is which Heights-area places do you eat at or order from most frequently, and:

(1) "Most frequently" - For this purpose, places at which you eat (or from which you order) at least 12 or more times a year

(2) "Heights area" - For this purpose, let's broadly call it the area bounded by Memorial to the south, 610 to the west and north, and 45 to the east

(3) If a place is new, or somewhere you've just discovered, go ahead and include it if your best guess is that you'll easily eat there at least 12 times in the next 12 months

It interests me because, at least in my case, there's a difference between my "favorite" local spots food-wise and where I actually eat or order from regularly. 12x per year was a somewhat arbitrary cut-off, but I figured that would keep most people's lists at about 10 places or under.

If there are more lists to come, I'll keep up the running tally - thanks!

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11th Street Cafe (because it's within walking distance) and Dacapo's (because of their incredible cake and pie by the slice).

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OC and DC, both within walking distance, Star Pizza for delivery, Stella Sola will be on the list now they do brunch, Lola, and I'm looking forward to Zelko's, Jenni's and Jus Mac opening up

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El Rey, definitely. We eat there at least 1x per week. So affordable, varied menu, fresh food. Yum. The ceviche is great!

Onion Creek

Star Pizza

El Tiempo (not sure if it's still in The Heights but we like it)

Stella Sola (excited to try brunch. I've been to meet girl friends for wine and apps.)

Beaver's

Lola's

Haven't been yet but looking forward to:

King Biscuit

Jenni's

JusMac

Pie in the SKy

Shade

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Running tally so far...

3 - Onion Creek

3 - El Rey (ceviche, Cuban tacos, El Rey tacos, carnitas tacos)

3 - Stella Sola (brunch)

3 - Lola

2 - King Biscuit (spicy fries, outdoor grill)

2 - Berryhill (fish tacos)

2 - Empire Seafood

2 - Chilosos (breakfast tacos)

2 - Carter and Cooley (sandwiches, honey ham and brie sandwich)

2 - Dacapos (sandwiches, custom cakes, cakes, pie by slice)

2 - Dry Creek

2 - Star Pizza

2 - Beaver’s (Nacho Mamma’s oysters)

1 - Pink’s (Mediterranean)

1 - El Gallo de Jalisco (tacos al pastor)

1 - Sweet Temptation

1 - Patrenellas (lasagna)

1 - Spanish Flowers

1 - Pie in the Sky

1 - Antidote

1 - Chicago Pizza

1 - Andy’s (“regular” breakfast)

1 - Queen Burger (shakes with stuff in them)

1 - 11th St. Café

1 - El Tiempo

Recapping, the question is which Heights-area places do you eat at or order from most frequently? And:

(1) "Most frequently" - For this purpose, places at which you eat (or from which you order) at least 12 or more times a year

(2) "Heights area" - For this purpose, let's broadly call it the area bounded by Memorial to the south, 610 to the west and north, and 45 to the east

(3) If a place is new, or somewhere you've just discovered, go ahead and include it if your best guess is that you'll easily eat there at least 12 times in the next 12 months

Thanks for the lists!

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Someburger

El Rey

Laredo Taqueria (the one on Washington is within the boundaries laid out, the ones on Cavalcade and Patton just east of 45)

Berryhill

Pink's

Hickory Hollow

I've been to most of the other places already mentioned, but these are the only ones that I can say with anything approaching certainty I've eaten at 12 times a year.

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Our list:

El Rey

Pizzitolas

Lola

Big Mamou

Da Capo

Berryhill

Mission BUrrito

Jax Grill

Dragon Bowl

Candelaris

El Tiempo

We eat out a lot

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Running tally so far...

6 - El Rey (ceviche, Cuban tacos, El Rey tacos, carnitas tacos, fish torta)

4 - Lola

4 - Berryhill (fish tacos)

3 - Onion Creek

3 - Stella Sola (brunch)

3 - Dacapos (sandwiches, custom cakes, cakes, pie by slice)

2 - King Biscuit (spicy fries, outdoor grill)

2 - Empire Seafood

2 - Chilosos (breakfast tacos)

2 - Carter and Cooley (sandwiches, honey ham and brie sandwich)

2 - Dry Creek

2 - Star Pizza

2 - Beaver’s (Nacho Mamma’s oysters)

2 - Pink’s (Mediterranean)

2 - El Tiempo

1 - El Gallo de Jalisco (tacos al pastor)

1 - Sweet Temptation

1 - Patrenellas (lasagna)

1 - Spanish Flowers

1 - Pie in the Sky

1 - Antidote

1 - Chicago Pizza

1 - Andy’s (“regular” breakfast)

1 - Queen Burger (shakes with stuff in them)

1 - 11th St. Café

1 - Someburger

1 - Laredo Taqueria

1 - Hickory Hollow

1 - Pizzitola’s

1 - Big Mamou

1 - Mission Burrito

1 - JAX Grill

1 - Dragon Bowl

1 - Candelari’s

Recapping, the question is which Heights-area places do you eat at or order from most frequently? And:

(1) "Most frequently" - For this purpose, places at which you eat (or from which you order) at least 12 or more times a year

(2) "Heights area" - For this purpose, let's broadly call it the area bounded by Memorial to the south, 610 to the west and north, and 45 to the east

(3) If a place is new, or somewhere you've just discovered, go ahead and include it if your best guess is that you'll easily eat there at least 12 times in the next 12 months

Thanks for contributing!

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Chicago Pizza (takeout) for the deep dish pizza (Where else can you get a pizza with 5 toppings that weighs about 10 pounds for $16.95?)

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Our list:

Delivery:

Star Pizza

Chatter's Cafe

To go or eat in:

Onion Creek

Pie in the Sky (new but I think we've already been there at least 3 times)

Mission Burrito

Teotihuacan

JAX Grill

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Dry Creek (chicken tender salad every time)

Dragon Bowl

Antidote (2x/week)

Jenni's (other locations at least 2x/month)

Crickets (coffee and gelato, great vegetarian food)

Shade (go-to spot for lunch meetings)

Cool thread, thanks for starting it. Is nice to be reminded of places one might not remember otherwise.

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Unless it's a date night, it's not easy to take the kids to a nicer place.. Plus the wife and I have been on a diet so it makes it difficult to eat out.. but either way, these are the places we hit often enough to make a list of, but maybe not 12 times a year:

Berryhill

Hickory Hollow

Someburger

Shade

Glass Wall

Tetototoehkawan on Airline.. (sp?)

Oh Yeah: Dry Creek for breakfast.. mmm..

Gotta try still Stella Stola for date night, and Mam's for kids' night.

Edit: Duh

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Our list:

Delivery:

Star Pizza

Chatter's Cafe

To go or eat in:

Onion Creek

Pie in the Sky (new but I think we've already been there at least 3 times)

Mission Burrito

Teotihuacan

JAX Grill

oh yeah! we get chatter's delivery 2x a month easy. their hummus is the best!

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Running tally so far...

6 - El Rey (ceviche, Cuban tacos, El Rey tacos, carnitas tacos, fish torta)

5 - Berryhill (fish tacos)

4 - Lola

4 - Onion Creek

3 - Stella Sola (brunch)

3 - Dacapos (sandwiches, custom cakes, cakes, pie by slice)

3 - Star Pizza

3 - Dry Creek (chicken tender salad)

2 - King Biscuit (spicy fries, outdoor grill)

2 - Empire Seafood

2 - Chilosos (breakfast tacos)

2 - Carter and Cooley (sandwiches, honey ham and brie sandwich)

2 - Beaver’s (Nacho Mamma’s oysters)

2 - Pink’s (Mediterranean)

2 - El Tiempo

2 - Chicago Pizza (deep dish)

2 - Pie in the Sky

2 - Mission Burrito

2 - JAX Grill

2 - Dragon Bowl

2 - Antidote

2 - Hickory Hollow

2 - Someburger

2 - Shade

2 - Teotihuacan

2 - Chatter’s Café

1 - El Gallo de Jalisco (tacos al pastor)

1 - Sweet Temptation

1 - Patrenellas (lasagna)

1 - Spanish Flowers

1 - Andy’s (“regular” breakfast)

1 - Queen Burger (shakes with stuff in them)

1 - 11th St. Café

1 - Laredo Taqueria

1 - Pizzitola’s

1 - Big Mamou

1 - Candelari’s

1 - Jenni’s Noodle House

1 - Crickets Creamery (coffee, gelato, vegetarian food)

1 - Glass Wall

Recapping, the question is which Heights-area places do you eat at or order from most frequently? And:

(1) "Most frequently" - For this purpose, places at which you eat (or from which you order) at least 12 or more times a year

(2) "Heights area" - For this purpose, let's broadly call it the area bounded by Memorial to the south, 610 to the west and north, and 45 to the east

(3) If a place is new, or somewhere you've just discovered, go ahead and include it if your best guess is that you'll easily eat there at least 12 times in the next 12 months

Cheers, y'all. Pretty interesting stuff! I counted 5+ places I haven't even tried...

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I go to El Rey once every couple weeks or more if I'm in town. I love the Cuban with the fried plantains.

Beaver's every once and a while, more when I knew the bartenders- now I just go when I know they have the Real Ale Coffee Porter on tap, which is in the fall.

All this talk about the Heights on here makes me want to wander deeper in. I live off Montrose and West Gray so I'm not far, just never venture that far north. For Star Pizza I go to the one on Shephard, for Berry Hill the one on Montrose. I honestly didn't even realize all that was up there, but I definitely see a bunch on this list I want to try.

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Yes it's a bar themed list, but they all serve food.

Porch Swing

Onion Creek

Boom Boom Room

Cedar Creek

Perhaps should be on a different thread, but I visit these places at least once a week.

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Here is our list in no particular order:

1. Chilosos (We eat here every Sunday)

2. Someburger

3. Big Mamou

4. Freebirds

5. Berry Hill

Place i am really looking forward to is: Jus Mac

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Running tally so far...

7 - El Rey (ceviche, Cuban tacos, El Rey tacos, carnitas tacos, fish torta)

6 - Berryhill (fish tacos)

5 - Onion Creek

4 - Lola

3 - Stella Sola (brunch)

3 - Dacapos (sandwiches, custom cakes, cakes, pie by slice)

3 - Star Pizza

3 - Dry Creek (chicken tender salad)

3 - Chilosos (breakfast tacos)

3 - Beaver’s (Nacho Mamma’s oysters)

3 - Someburger

2 - King Biscuit (spicy fries, outdoor grill)

2 - Empire Seafood

2 - Carter and Cooley (sandwiches, honey ham and brie sandwich)

2 - Pink’s (Mediterranean)

2 - El Tiempo

2 - Chicago Pizza (deep dish)

2 - Pie in the Sky

2 - Mission Burrito

2 - JAX Grill

2 - Dragon Bowl

2 - Antidote

2 - Hickory Hollow

2 - Shade

2 - Teotihuacan

2 - Chatter’s Café

2 - Big Mamou

1 - El Gallo de Jalisco (tacos al pastor)

1 - Sweet Temptation

1 - Patrenellas (lasagna)

1 - Spanish Flowers

1 - Andy’s (“regular” breakfast)

1 - Queen Burger (shakes with stuff in them)

1 - 11th St. Café

1 - Laredo Taqueria

1 - Pizzitola’s

1 - Candelari’s

1 - Jenni’s Noodle House

1 - Crickets Creamery (coffee, gelato, vegetarian food)

1 - Glass Wall

1 - Porch Swing

1 - Boom Boom Room

1 - Cedar Creek

1 - Freebirds

1 - Jus’ Mac

I'm guessing Jus' Mac will be eating at/from Jus' Mac at least 12x!

[side musings: It's a question beyond my skill set, but I think it would be interesting to find out more about what puts certain places on our "most-frequented" lists when they might not make our "best in the area" lists. Convenience obviously plays into it to some extent - places close to us, delivery and drive-thru places. Where we socialize is likely another factor (I think it's behind a number of these). The food has to pretty good, I'm sure, even if it's not the best around (if it's the best around, then it's obvious why we're regulars - I'm more interested in the other places we're regulars). Predictability/consistency helps. Perceived value. Habit. Kid-friendly for those with kids (and kid-light for some people without). Dietary issues/preferences. Can I get a much-needed adult beverage there, in some cases. It's a pretty day, where's a nice patio - that's got to be one. Wanting to support a place because it's local or helped save an historic building or puts forth an ideology we like or something. Knowing the owner/chef/bartender is important to some people. And some people will intentionally become a "regular" at a certain place because being a regular there fits in with a notion they have of where they'd like to say they're a regular (and hey, why not). Maybe I'm over-complicating it, or maybe our reasons are even more complex. Like I said - beyond my skill set. But I'm guessing that many of those factors have a role to play in whether a restaurant is a success b/c, while people raving about your restaurant is great, at the end of the day, what makes most restaurants successful will be those 12x regulars. I think. Am guessing.]

Thanks again for the input! If y'all keep listing, I'll keep tallying.

Recapping, the question is which Heights-area places do you eat at or order from most frequently? And:

(1) "Most frequently" - For this purpose, places at which you eat (or from which you order) at least 12 or more times a year

(2) "Heights area" - For this purpose, let's broadly call it the area bounded by Memorial to the south, 610 to the west and north, and 45 to the east

(3) If a place is new, or somewhere you've just discovered, go ahead and include it if your best guess is that you'll easily eat there at least 12 times in the next 12 months

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Nundinis Deli - Best paninis and Italian coldcuts

Teotihuacan - Fajitas

Hickory Hollow - chicken-fried steak

Pink's - quick pizza

House of Mam

Big Mamou - hot roast beef po-boy New Orfeleans Style

Otto's - Barbeque

Biba Greek Pizza Memorial - Gyros

I need to start eating better food

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Nundinis Deli - Best paninis and Italian coldcuts

Teotihuacan - Fajitas

Hickory Hollow - chicken-fried steak

Pink's - quick pizza

House of Mam

Big Mamou - hot roast beef po-boy New Orfeleans Style

Otto's - Barbeque

Biba Greek Pizza Memorial - Gyros

I need to start eating better food

hmm....chicken fried steak...Hickory Hollow, only been there a few times, but that reminds me I need to go there for dinner later!

BTW: I do El Rey. twice a week, I get their Fish or fajita tacos. I fell out of love with their shrimp tacos.

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The only two Heights places I go 12 times a year would be:

Cricket's - Breakfast

Berryhill- Fish Tacos, margarita, free chips.

I eat/take-out from Jenni's at least once a month. I expect that I will be getting my fix more often.

We really have enjoyed a couple of happy hours at Pagoda. I'm not sure if this will be an ongoing trend.

I can't say that we don't eat out that much. We go to almost all the other Heights places 2-6 times a year, and sometimes, we cross out of the Heights and eat in other parts of the City. It's just so far, though.happy.gif

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Running tally so far...

8 - El Rey (ceviche, Cuban tacos, El Rey tacos, carnitas tacos, fish torta, tacos al pastor, fish tacos, fajita tacos)

7 - Berryhill (fish tacos)

5 - Onion Creek

5 - Lola

3 - Stella Sola (brunch)

3 - Dacapos (sandwiches, custom cakes, cakes, pie by slice)

3 - Star Pizza

3 - Dry Creek (chicken tender salad)

3 - Chilosos (breakfast tacos)

3 - Beaver’s (Nacho Mamma’s oysters)

3 - Someburger

3 - Teotihuacan (fajitas)

3 - Hickory Hollow (chicken-fried steak)

3 - Pink’s (pizza, the Mediterranean)

3 - Big Mamou (hot roast-beef po-boy N.O. style)

3 - JAX Grill

2 - King Biscuit (spicy fries, outdoor grill)

2 - Empire Seafood

2 - Carter and Cooley (sandwiches, honey ham and brie sandwich)

2 - El Tiempo

2 - Chicago Pizza (deep dish)

2 - Pie in the Sky

2 - Mission Burrito

2 - Dragon Bowl

2 - Antidote

2 - Shade

2 - Chatter’s Café

2 - Crickets Creamery (coffee, gelato, vegetarian food)

2 - Jenni’s Noodle House

1 - El Gallo de Jalisco (tacos al pastor)

1 - Sweet Temptation

1 - Patrenellas (lasagna)

1 - Spanish Flowers

1 - Andy’s (“regular” breakfast)

1 - Queen Burger (shakes with stuff in them)

1 - 11th St. Café

1 - Laredo Taqueria

1 - Pizzitola’s

1 - Candelari’s

1 - Glass Wall

1 - Porch Swing

1 - Boom Boom Room

1 - Cedar Creek

1 - Freebirds

1 - Jus’ Mac

1 - Nundini (paninis, Italian cold cuts)

1 - House of Mam

1 - Otto’s (BBQ)

1 - Bibas Greek Pizza (gyros)

1 - Zoe’s Kitchen

Recapping, the question is which Heights-area places do you eat at or order from most frequently? And:

(1) "Most frequently" - For this purpose, places at which you eat (or from which you order) at least 12 or more times a year

(2) "Heights area" - For this purpose, let's broadly call it the area bounded by Memorial to the south, 610 to the west and north, and 45 to the east

(3) If a place is new, or somewhere you've just discovered, go ahead and include it if your best guess is that you'll easily eat there at least 12 times in the next 12 months

Thanks all!

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Shade (mac & cheese)... probably my favorite restaurant in Houston

Berryhill (chicken tacos on flour tortillas, queso)

Chatter's (everything)

Max's Wine Dive (bread pudding)

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Went to Pie in the Sky for the first time earlier this week, and I can foresee it becoming a regular destination. Apparently most of their business so far is the breakfast crowd; we got dinner to go and there was practically no one else there, but then again we tend to be late diners and the Heights tends to roll up the streets early, especially during the week.

Given the name of the place, I had to get a slice of pie, and it was damn good. I ate it right before going to bed around midnight, which in retrospect may have been ill-advised, but it didn't seem to affect my ability to go out like a light as soon as I hit the sheets.

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Being new to the area, this is so helpful! We've been to some of these places (Jax, Berryhill, Teothihuacan , Pie in the Sky, Spanish Flower, Hickory Hollow, Chicago Pizza) and I can't wait to try all of the other places on your lists that we haven't been too yet. Now that I know Empire Seafood serves chinese food and not just seafood, I think that will be at the top of my list. I've been craving Wonton soup and didn't know where to go!

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Being new to the area, this is so helpful! We've been to some of these places (Jax, Berryhill, Teothihuacan , Pie in the Sky, Spanish Flower, Hickory Hollow, Chicago Pizza) and I can't wait to try all of the other places on your lists that we haven't been too yet. Now that I know Empire Seafood serves chinese food and not just seafood, I think that will be at the top of my list. I've been craving Wonton soup and didn't know where to go!

Try the Wonton soup @ Les Givral's cafe (Vietnamese restaurant). It is good :) , and reasonably priced at ~$7.

Went to the Washington Av. location on the weekend.

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What a great idea!

My list would be:

  • Vietnam Restaurant (spicy fried eggplant)
  • Christian's Tailgate (burgers are some of the best i've ever had)
  • Candelari's (although seems to be going downhill in quality lately?)
  • Asia Market (truly incredible Thai)
  • Mam's House of Ice

I'm probably just under the quota on Berryhill, El Rey, Chilosos, Lola andSpanish Flowers.

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