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Spot on, Jeff. Coast is another turn-n-burn tourist trap. At least it's not Bubba Gump.

Posted by coryphaena on December 18, 2008 at 8:09 PM

Re: “In search of the Holy City's best burgers

Absolutely true comment - Johnny's blows Sesame away. Making a lousy bun yourself in-house just so you can say you made it is pretty stupid.

Now, if we could only get Johnny to open for more than lunch 5 days a week...

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Posted by coryphaena on December 7, 2008 at 7:43 AM


If Conch is setting 'the same high standards' of the Crap House, you can bet it's a lousy restaurant. The sick part is that there are probably enough tourists about to be ripped off as well as a smattering of very stupid locals (as these comments clearly indicate) that will probably keep this place open for a while.

I know Jeff, and I used to be the restaurant critic for the City Paper, and I can tell you this: Jeff knows his stuff, has no hidden agenda or ties to any of the Folly restaurants, and calls it like he sees it. He went three times (more than the CP requires) and got burnt all three times. To me, that means I don't have to risk one thin dime to see how lousy the place is. I already know.

Jeff, I gotta tell you, it sure is nice to see you call a spade a spade. Don't suffer the fools too much.


Posted by coryphaena on July 18, 2008 at 7:40 PM


It's a CATEGORY, moron! The category is Asian and Indian. Get it? C-a-t-e-g--o-r-y. And I'm betting Mr. Allen pulled some punches in his review. The busiest Asian restaurant in town can serve you a whole fried fish, cooked to order, in under 15 minutes, in the middle of a slam on Friday night - you'd think these guys could serve three courses in two hours. Mystery beers? Maybe you'll like the next tourist trap that will open there after these guys go out of business, dood.

Posted by coryphaena on September 7, 2006 at 11:41 AM

Re: “RESTAURANT REVIEW: The Old Village Post House

Nice work, Jeff. I always did like the Post House and hate their glassware! Keep up the good work. c.

Posted by coryphaena on September 7, 2006 at 11:31 AM
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