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October 29, 2007

An urban art oasis in Riverside

Martin_sanchez Guess the Restaurant (Chicago area only. I like this one)

History of 'greasy spoons' in the UK

Bill O'Reilly’s Restaurant Reviews

Restaurants with singing waiters. Among a long list of the most unusual restaurants in the world

The Banana Restaurant, condom themed restaurant In Taiwan

Everyone wants to open a bar. Financially it is one of the worst investments you could ever make, but the cool factor is off the charts. If you really want to make money in the saloon industry I suggest the "money on the wall" theme

Union Oyster House, the oldest restaurant in continuous service in the U.S. (Since 1826. From Sippican)

By the way, my favorite local restaurant, Mariscos El Tío's, which serves wonderful authentic Mexican food, had been discovered on the internet! In the last 6 months I invited many guests & friends to visit its unusual & artistic grounds, and among them was Seattle Realtor-blogger Marlow Harris and her family. Marlow posted recently a detailed photo story about the owner Martin Sanchez’s Folk Art shrine and within a few days her story spread around the intertubes, including mentions on 2Boings, Neatorama and many other blogs. I only hope that the lines at Tio’s Tacos won’t get too long now…

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I will forever be in your debt, dear Hanan. Thank you again for taking us there! It was the highlight of our trip to Southern California.

Posted by: Marlow at Oct 29, 2007 1:54:56 AM