after dinner sneeze

a lot of g says, t says

brunch + lunch

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t says:  Brunch and lunch often get the short end of the stick.  No one cares about the middle-of-the-day meal.  That’s strange, because don’t most docs advise not having a ton of food at night, for the sake of avoiding obesity?  Well, in case your hungry around noon, these are the places we’ve visited.  For brunch especially, your decision is super-important, as the lines are often quite long and will make you feel extreme buyer’s remorse if you waited forever for sub-par food.

Oh, and just so you know, the asterisks (*) indicate complete reviews by cast members other than g & t (we do, however, wish we had been there with them).  And <RIP> indicates that those restaurants have since closed.

<Up To Date as of 2/2/2014>

Brunch:
-a.kitchen (1)
Amis (1)
-Ants Pants Cafe (1)
Cafe Estelle (1)
Carman’s Country Kitchen (1, 2)
Cochon (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
Day by Day (1)
Distrito (1, Lu)
Federal Donuts (1, 2)
Farmicia (1)
Garces Trading Company (1, Scones, Bacon Maple Roll)
-Good King Tavery (1)
-Gardenia (<RIP>)
-Green Eggs Cafe (1)
Honey’s Sit-n-Eat (1, 2, 3)
– Knead Bagels (1)
-Jharoka Cafe (1)
Kanella (1, 2)
-Kriss (1)
Meme (1)
Mixto (1)
Monsu (1, 2)
Parc (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
-Rex 1516 (1)
Sabrina’s Cafe (1)
Supper (1, 2, 3)
Talula’s Garden (1)
-Talula’s Daily (1)
– Tria Fitler Square (1)
Wedge + Fig (1*, 2, 3)

Lunch:
Federal Donuts (1, 2, 3)
Garces Trading Co. (1)
-Hai Street (1)
-Luke’s Lobster (1)
Mexicali (1)
Roost (1)
Village Whiskey (1, 2, 3)
Vic Sushi {BYO} (1)
Zahav (1, 2)

Written by afterdinnersneeze

29 September 2011 at 2:28pm

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