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Alexis left a remembrance on An Choi:

๐ŸŒน My (now) husband and I had our 2nd date here in 2011

Alexis left a remembrance on Blue Bayou:

๐ŸŒน Blue Bayou rises again: https://blockclubchicago.org/2023/10/25/last-call-tavern-group-reviving-blue-bayou-on-southport-corridor/

Matt left a remembrance on Bamiyan Restaurant:

๐ŸŒน This place ruled! I lived nearby on 26th street and would get a pomegranate chicken dish I think? I loved it.

Titus N. Owl left a remembrance on Feast:

๐ŸŒน Never forget the chicken onion

May Kasahara left a remembrance on Ginger's:

๐ŸŒน Fantastic cheap lunches. This place was always busy on weekdays, for good reason.

May Kasahara left a remembrance on Charlie Mom's Kitchen:

๐ŸŒน The place that introduced me to scallion pancakes. Probably my all-time favorite NYC Chinese restaurant. Miss them dearly.

Garbanzo left a remembrance on Blue Danube:

๐ŸŒน Moussaka! All purpose brown sauce!

phooky left a remembrance on Jolie Bistro:

๐ŸŒน Oui! ยฟPor que no? I think the same folks run Big Tiny down the street. They gave their glasses to their neighbors, so for a while you'd get water in a Jolie Cantina glass at Karazishi Botan.

Christopher J. Michel left a remembrance on Blue Danube:

๐ŸŒน I never ordered the grilled cheese and Dom Perignon, but I always wanted to.

Russ left a remembrance on Calexico Cart:

๐ŸŒน I miss the burritos!

Josh left a remembrance on Luz:

๐ŸŒน I never met so transcendent an arepa de queso like yours before you, and Iโ€™ve never meant one since. Miss you, Luz. If anyone knows where to find another like this, please holler.

Elizabeth left a remembrance on Red Lobster:

๐ŸŒน Ate a meal with a friend here many years ago. Good biscuits.

matteo L left a remembrance on Zefe's:

๐ŸŒน My friend Jessica and I spent dozens of late nights here after experimental music shows discussing music, life, friendships. The owner knew our order by heart. She would greet us every time saying โ€œsame thingโ€?

Burrito Lover left a remembrance on Pinche Taqueria:

๐ŸŒน The food here was so inexpensive!! I missed sitting here and people watching with my friends on a nice day. During the cold months they will have those space heaters hanging above keeping you warm. It sucks that the increasing rent around drove this place out. Now there's cookie cutter stores surrounding it. In fact, the whole area around it has changed. Definitely miss the space and great memories made at this super casual spot.

A left a remembrance on Spring Street Natural:

๐ŸŒน Ahhh, such great memories of old SoHo. Can't forget the original location on Spring street before they got moved over to Kenmare. It used to be so busy. The food was great. Very spacious. I remember taking my mom here and I got some Tuna Tartare. Great and healthy... RIP.

Blockhead lover left a remembrance on Blockheads:

๐ŸŒน Dang, such good memories here. Strong ass drinks and cheap food.

Jonathan K left a remembrance on Bamiyan Restaurant:

๐ŸŒน I went here so many times for first dates. The food was excellent, even if the date wasn't. The waiter even acknowledged it with me at one point. Then the owners sold, the new owners changed the menu, and the place closed. So ๐Ÿ˜ข

Roger left a remembrance on Sam Wo Restaurant:

๐ŸŒน I took a date here once after talking it up a ton. "Such a cool late night spot, great food, a vibe, everyone goes here". Got to the door and it had been closed for 3 months by the health department for code violations

Roger left a remembrance on Rainforest Cafe:

๐ŸŒน I took my team here once and they all thought I was crazy. "Rainforest Cafe is for ratchet tourists". I disagree, where else can you eat a 2000 calorie volcano shaped brownie desert surrounded by animatronic jungle beasts with thunderstorms every 15 minutes

Eddie & Emily left a remembrance on Lodge:

๐ŸŒน Thank you for getting us through so many hangovers in our 20s.

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