Restaurants

Some articles on restaurants, restaurant:

Bayugan - Infrastructure - Restaurants, Fastfoods and Bakeshops
... Patio Grande Restaurant Villa Amor Restaurant June 8 Fasfood Lolitas Restaurant Cafe de Jardin Dindels Fastfood Rose Bakeshop and fastfood Siblings Fudhaws Jullies Bakeshop Panaderia Bakeshop Manolette Bakeshop ...
Private Kitchen
... An underground restaurant, sometimes known as a supper club or closed door restaurant, is an eating establishment operated out of someone's home, generally (though not invariably ... An underground restaurant is also known as a guestaurant, which is a hybrid between being a guest in a dinner party and a restaurant ... Underground restaurants are popular in Latin America, where they're known as either a paladar or a restaurante de puertas cerradas (closed door restaurant) ...
Westgate Mall (San Jose) - Restaurants
... Several restaurants are present on the grounds of the mall including Chevys Fresh Mex, Willow Street Wood-Fired Pizza, Johnny Rockets, Starbucks Coffee, Sushi Boat, and Fresh Choice ...
Amuse-bouche - Usage in Restaurants
... chef, intensified by the competition among restaurants ... Vongerichten, a popular New York celebrity chef with restaurants around the world, "The amuse-bouche is the best way for a great chef to express his big ideas in small bites" ... de rigueur offering at Michelin Guide-starred restaurants and those aspiring to that category (as recently as 1999, The New York Times provided a parenthetical explanation of the ...

Famous quotes containing the word restaurants:

    As the global expansion of Indian and Chinese restaurants suggests, xenophobia is directed against foreign people, not foreign cultural imports.
    Eric J. Hobsbawm (b. 1917)

    In the United States all business not transacted over the telephone is accomplished in conjunction with alcohol or food, often under conditions of advanced intoxication. This is a fact of the utmost importance for the visitor of limited funds ... for it means that the most expensive restaurants are, with rare exceptions, the worst.
    John Kenneth Galbraith (b. 1908)

    restless nights in one-night cheap hotels
    And sawdust restaurants with oyster-shells:
    Streets that follow like a tedious argument
    Of insidious intent
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)