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Finally, a restaurant name that’s also a command you should gladly follow. Semantics aside, the New Orleans-inspired menu of North Williams Avenue’s EaT Oyster Bar is racked with fried, stewed and spiced Cajun fare like shrimp étouffée ($10), surf or turf po’ boys ($9   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 LIZ CRAIN

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Andy Ramos doesn’t serve guinea pig. Not that he doesn’t want to. The co-owner of Northeast Sandy Boulevard’s new Peruvian restaurant, Nasca, says he checked with the health department and the Andes-native rodent, or cuy, which is a traditional Peruvian highland food, just isn&rsqu   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 LIZ CRAIN

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Open since last summer on Northeast Alberta Street, Radio Room, designed by Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects (the big guns behind Hotel Lucia and 50 Plates), stands out. The former 1949 Texaco gas station is decked out in sleek chrome and black pleather booths with seating for 200-plus, roll-up g   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 LIZ CRAIN

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According to Christian Joly, owner of Northwest Broadway’s French bistro Chez Joly, if you sit in the 50-plus-seat chandeliered dining room and look toward the U.S. Customs House across the street, you’ll feel like you’re on rue Royale in Paris. Joly should know: From 1999 to 2006    More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 LIZ CRAIN

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Hungry, you pedal your bike to a restaurant that claims to be open daily, where you find a sign on the door that says so...right above a new sign, scrawled in marker, that reads, “Mondays closed—playing bocce.” This kind of thing happens a lot at Al Forno Ferruzza, a pizza joint on   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 LIZ CRAIN

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Wine snobbery got a little more accessible this spring when MetroVino opened across from Tanner Springs Park, in the space that last housed the upscale Mexican joint D.F. The restaurant offers all of its 64 wines by the 1.5-ounce taste or 4.5-ounce glass, thanks to the high-tech Enomatic wine system   More
 
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