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If you were in MB area ONE NIGHT... where would you dine ???  

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chaz
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12/31/2018 3:55 pm  

If money is no object, my choice would be New York Prime.  My wife's choice and my 2nd choice would be Collector's Café

So I guess it will be Texas Roadhouse

 


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valefty
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01/02/2019 2:12 pm  

Angelo's or Carolina Roadhouse. I'll just eat two dinners!


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BrewCrew
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01/02/2019 6:49 pm  

I'd be heading off to happy hour at the Dead Dog Saloon for some Boo Boo Bites, a cold beverage and a little music.


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ZiggyGolfer
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01/03/2019 12:32 pm  

Umberto's in Barefoot Landing


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Jsp4433
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01/09/2019 1:15 am  

Drunken Jack's or Greg Normans for me.


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01/09/2019 12:46 pm  

Bimini's for me.


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ohiowilly
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01/21/2019 2:36 pm  

Bimini's or Umberto's @ Barefoot, or maybe Duffy Street Seafood Shack


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S***H
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01/21/2019 6:39 pm  

My choice would be the Greg Norman restaurant.


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Polekat914
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01/24/2019 12:11 am  

Rioz gets my vote...and maybe Captain George's if I'm in a All You Can Eat Seafood (their crab legs are usually very good) mood.

I see a lot of Burger Fi mentioned above.  It's good.  But I would give a significant edge to River City Cafe for a great burger.  The Short Rib Burger is excellent.

 


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01/24/2019 5:21 am  

Burger Fi is great for French Fries - burgers are OK, lot of places that are better. My wife likes it at BF cause it's all natural. New favorite place is Pizza Kitchen - too far out of the way for anyone unless you're playing Long Bay, Aberdeen, or Shaftsbury

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01/31/2019 11:51 pm  

some great restaurants mentioned.

One of the locals, Polekat, suggesting Capt. George's for their Calabash (all you can eat).

I've always wondered which was the best.

There were some other great suggestions I need to try.

A few places mentioned multiple times.

I gotta make another damn bucket list.

 

 

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02/01/2019 4:18 pm  
Posted by: jw11
One of the locals, Polekat, suggesting Capt. George's for their Calabash (all you can eat).

I've always wondered which was the best.

There were some other great suggestions I need to try.

A few places mentioned multiple times.     I gotta make another damn bucket list.

 

 

IMO Capt George's across from Broadway and next to the PGA Super Store, is the
best seafood buffet.  
 
Capt Benjamins at Rest Row is also good and has non-seafood items.    

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02/01/2019 6:30 pm  

My wife and I go to the Giant Crab once a year on Thanksgiving - I'm not into sea food - though I like breaded shrimp - they have a wide selection on food - fresh semi decent steaks, hibachi, and pasta. I go off my diet for that, Decent deserts too.

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wolfpackguy
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02/03/2019 1:27 pm  

Original Capt. Benjamins on restaurant row and I'm going to eat an offensive amount of Crab Legs.   If you guys like Martinis you should try Midtown Bistro...owned by Jeff Martini, original owner of Martinis. 

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tadpole
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02/03/2019 1:48 pm  

Where is the Mid-Town Bistro located?  I've been a Martini's fan for a long time but was disappointed with their prime rib last October.


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