Daniel P 
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Re: “The Macintosh

The Macintosh does not diappoint! Chef Bacon is cooking at his best. The service is warm and the menu changes almost daily. I had the ricotta gnudi, the short rib ravioli's and the deckle. It was amazing you should run not walk to The Macintosh

Posted by Daniel P on December 16, 2011 at 7:18 PM

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Re: “The Grocery getting ready to open

The Macintosh welcomes The Grocery, Kevin we are excited to have you as a neighbor.
I cant wait to eat there. Steve Palmer

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Posted by Daniel P on December 16, 2011 at 7:13 PM

Re: “O-Ku's high-end Japanese fusion makes a big splash on Upper King

I have beeen to O-ku three times and I think it's great. The staff is friendly and always helpful. As far as Bretts ego goes there are a lot of hard working humble people such as Sean Park who works round the clock and anyone who has ever taken the time to meet Sean would wish him all the sucess in the world

Posted by Daniel P on April 28, 2010 at 12:31 PM

Re: “Brett McKee shows off his field of dreams

I have been to 17 North many times and I have to say I thought it was great. While there will be obvious comparisons to Oak due to Chef Mckee being involved 17 North is not trying to be Oak Steakhouse. The prices are reasonable and yes it is a small menu but I have already seen new menu addtions after being open only a few months. THe red velvet cupcakes are fantastic and the chocolate cream pie is to die for. If you are looking for a downtown restaurant experience than clearly 17 North is not it but if you are looking for a friendly staff who is eager to please and a simple stragiht forward menu then 17 North is your place

Posted by Daniel P on January 30, 2010 at 7:14 PM
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