I'm trying to pick a fine dining restaurant on Orcas Island for my best friend's 50th birthday. It looks like the top options are The Inn at Ship Bay Restaurant and the New Leaf restaurant at the Outlook Inn. They both get great reviews on Yelp and TripAdvisor, and they both have great views, and I need help choosing. [more inside]
I'm meeting a friend in Minneapolis to help celebrate his birthday. Neither of us are familiar with the area. Help me find some places that he would he like. [more inside]
For a boring list of logistical reasons, I'll be inside the Las Vegas airport today at dinner time, waiting for a late departing flight. I'll be hungry. [more inside]
Our eating out spending is out of control. We obviously have a problem with planning and making meals at home. What have you done that's helped you? [more inside]
Is it unusual to see sandwiches and burgers on restaurant menus outside the US and Canada? [more inside]
Where are the best crab legs in suburban Chicago? [more inside]
I am interviewing at this address in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood> tomorrow. Where should I eat dinner within a few blocks? [more inside]
I'm looking for good dining out options for treating a friend to brunch, around 11:00am on December 25, in the general vicinity of Torrance, CA (or between Torrance and LAX). I'm sure there's tons of good places, but I need someplace that'll be open Christmas morning. Know of any?
I am consulting the excellent hive mind tour guide :) Can you recommend a fine dining restaurant in the Nag's Head N.C. area? [more inside]
Does anyone have suggestions for special, kid-friendly dining experiences in Montreal? (More inside) [more inside]
Where in Boston's North End should my wife and I have our anniversary dinner? [more inside]
What are the best delis in Boston? [more inside]
Where are the best places for dining solo in Manhattan? [more inside]
Where are your favorite places to dine in Chicago? Romance is preferred, good food is a must, and I'd like to spend less than $100 for my wife and I. [more inside]
I'm looking for examples of fine dining restaurants that do not take reservations. [more inside]
Recommendations for a nice restaurant in the Woodland Hills area of Los Angeles, for a group of seven on a Saturday night ? [more inside]
Where can I find delicious shabu-shabu in Seattle?
Fredericksburg, VA: need recommendations for a great restaurant that will take a group of 60 for casual dining. They're all, gulp, middle-schoolers, if that makes any difference.
I need recommendations for a nice-but-not-uppity restaurant in Boston, Brookline or Cambridge. We have a group of 20-30 people, mostly academics and physicians, and we need a private room for a few hours on a weeknight in July or early August. [more inside]
Where should we host a bridal shower in Seattle? We're looking for a cool private room in a restaurant, or a neat suite in a hotel, or a cool patio - it's the weekend of August 4th so all of the boats are booked for SeaFair. [more inside]
I'm really interested in the concept of the buffet-style, "all you can eat" type restaurant experience. Is this a Western invention? Does it even exist in other parts of the world? Also, does anyone have anyone strategies as to how to maximize the buffet experience? [more inside]
Who are some passionate, exciting young (as in under 35) chefs in San Francisco? [more inside]
How do I eat out alone? [more inside]
toronto dining: a friend of mine is leaving toronto for a job in spain and is getting some friends together for dinner. she's looking for a nice restaurant, not terrifically expensive since everyone's a student, ideally a mellow sort of place with a patio or outdoors seating, and by the lake or at least with a nice view. or at least somewhere with that kind of casual summery atmosphere. got any suggestions?
At Nobu, Next Door the Omekase menu has price points of "$80, $100, $120 and up". What's the optimum value for "and up", assuming price is unimportant? [more inside]
Is it creepy to sit on the same side of a table with your significant person that you're dining with?
Help us prepare for the fanciest dinner of our lives. [more inside]