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This Basque Pub and Eatery was established in 1991 and has become a focal gathering point for many in the community. Saved by the Basque Museum and Cultural Center from demolition by trading parking spaces for a lease, sub-leaser, Dan Ansotegui, did all of the work to make it into the quaint spot it is today. You can find great appetizers, soups, sandwiches and wine there and an atmosphere that welcome's all to the Basque Block.
Favorite Dish: Soup and sandwiches
Written Nov 27, 2002
Address: 202 S. CAPITOL
The Crescent Bar for an old dive, or Goodwood Barbecue for brand new place.
The Crescent is a No Lawyers bar - no lawyers allowed! Be sure to wear your sunglasses before you open the door - it's DARK inside!
Favorite Dish: The Crescent Bar for the best Finger Steaks on the planet. Goodwood Barbecue - best is the Pulled Pork sandwich.
Written Aug 26, 2002
Richards $$$, Vista Del $, El Gringo $, 10-0-2 $$, Flying Pie $, Louie's $, Beanery $ (with and outdoor patio).
Favorite Dish: In order; French? tasty sandwiches and great soups, Mexican, yummy cuisine, pizza, Italian, mom's cooking (maybe).
Enough restaurants to keep an army occupied.
Written Aug 24, 2002
Address: Check telefono
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