Category: Restaurants

Tattooed Mom Restaurant‎

I love this bar… I’m not over in that neighborhood too often, but when I am, I always hit up Tattooed Mom. It’s comfortable, unpretentious and a step away from the typical South Street crowd… there is a cozy corner in the back with couches for a bigger group and cheap pierogies on Wednesday nights… not to miss!
– Insider Pages

530 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147-2219
(215) 238-9880‎
Category: Restaurants

Sushi-Gen‎

Good sushi at a reasonable price!: Sashimi lunch is the best deal in town. The best service, food and fish in all of Los Angeles.

422 East 2nd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012-4209
(213) 617-0552‎
Category: Restaurants

The Capital Grille‎

The best of all the chain steakhouses, Capital Grille is a serious power spot. Wine cellars are filled with high-end classics, and the dark-wood paneling, pristine white tablecloths, chandeliers, and marble floors all contribute to the clubby atmosphere. For an appetizer, start with the lobster and crab cakes. If you’re not in the mood for beef or lobster, try the pan-seared red snapper and asparagus covered with Hollandaise. You’re surrounded by wine cellars filled with about 5,000 bottles of wine — too extensive and rare to list. While some people prefer the more stalwart style and service of Morton’s up the block, others find Capital to be a bit livelier. The food’s pretty much the same between the two, though I find the steaks at Morton’s to be a notch better; however, the atmosphere at the Capital Grille is much more inviting. Complimentary valet parking here (as opposed to Morton’s, which charges a fee) is another reason to visit this carnivorous capital.
– Frommers

444 Brickell Avenue
Miami, FL 33131
(305) 374-4500‎
thecapitalgrille.com
Category: Restaurants

Matt’s Big Breakfast

801 North 1st Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004-2013
(602) 254-1074
www.mattsbigbreakfast.com
Category: Restaurants

Luling City Market Bar-B-Q

This is great barbecue served in a traditional setting, which for Texas barbecue joints means that any effort spent decorating appears, at least, as purely an afterthought and, at most, as the owner’s misguided attempt to find a place for all the objets d’art that have been cluttering up his attic. This place follows the minimalist approach. Service is lunch-counter style. I recommend the ribs and the sausage. At night, the quiet little bar fills up with regulars with whom you can chew the fat, mostly about sports. Note: This place has no official connection to the famous City Market barbecue in the town of Luling, but you can tell that someone may have learned to cook there.
– Frommers

4726 Richmond Avenue
Houston, TX 77027
(713) 871-1903‎
lulingcitymarket.com
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