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Minxy, I'd say The Modern (the Bar Room), definitely.
Seasonal, Alto, Oceana, Marseille, DB Bistro Moderne. All kinda pricey though, so you may want to look into the budget. Marseille has a $35 pre-fixe.
But perhaps the best choice is Shake Shack! I warn you about the lines usually found at all Shake Shack locations, but it's a very NY thing to try. Plus it's casual and reasonably priced. Think of it as the more high-quality NY version of In-N-Out. And have some frozen custard or a shake!
Originally Posted by Saria
Mmm, Shake Shack

Though if the friend goes to the original one at Madison Square Park, she'll freeze, as it's outdoors. But then, I don't know if the other locations will be as good. I went to the Upper East Side one once and the burger wasn't as good for some reason.
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Is large snow in the UK that unusual that a foot will shut everything down?
Originally Posted by redcelticcurls
Yes, we don't have the infrastructure to deal with it. And it would cost too much to put one in so the UK remains the laughing stock of Europe in regards to snow.
Originally Posted by curlylaura
well, there are plenty of places in the US that would shut down for 3 inches, so I can't laugh.

I just thought that the UK got significant snow more often than it seems to.
Originally Posted by redcelticcurls
Yeah, doesn't it snow like Narnia all the time? (Kidding!)


Yes, we don't have the infrastructure to deal with it. And it would cost too much to put one in so the UK remains the laughing stock of Europe in regards to snow.
Originally Posted by curlylaura
well, there are plenty of places in the US that would shut down for 3 inches, so I can't laugh.

I just thought that the UK got significant snow more often than it seems to.
Originally Posted by redcelticcurls
Yeah, doesn't it snow like Narnia all the time? (Kidding!)

Originally Posted by SuZenGuide
That'd be awesome! And we could travel around in sleighs!

There must also be a continuous supply of milk and bread, because shops always run out of those.
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well, there are plenty of places in the US that would shut down for 3 inches, so I can't laugh.

I just thought that the UK got significant snow more often than it seems to.
Originally Posted by redcelticcurls
Yeah, doesn't it snow like Narnia all the time? (Kidding!)

Originally Posted by SuZenGuide
That'd be awesome! And we could travel around in sleighs!

There must also be a continuous supply of milk and bread, because shops always run out of those.
Originally Posted by curlylaura
Here too -- if the forecast is for even a smidgen of snow, everyone attacks the grocery stores as if they will be snowed in for weeks.
It hasn't been all that cold in NY for the most part though. And considering I'm saying that, you know it must be pretty tolerable weather! In any case, I did mean the one in the Theater District, which I would hope would be as good.

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Byron,GA> Charleston, SC> Jacksonville, FL> Guilford, CT> Rohnert Park, CA! A southern drawl in sunny Cali! .
The amount of time from slipping on the peel and landing on the pavement is exactly one bananosecond.
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It is too effing cold to smoke. The last one I had (which I found magically tucked under my back pillow in my car) made me dizzy.

Creepy.
Thank you Saria! My co-worker loves you!!!!!

She has made a reservation at Seasonal. She is very excited and is looking forward to a restaurant that serves duck and hazelnut.

Thank you so much for the great suggestions. She is so excited!!

I think she is going to see about lunch at The Modern.

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Treatment began today, so I'm hooked up to an IV for six hours. In my right arm. In the elbow crease. I didn't expect I wouldn't be able to move much during this whole process ...

Even better, SO is the one who's been taught how to take everything apart and pull the IV, so I get to tag along to his office hours tonight. This really isn't the way I expected his students would meet me. I can't even change because I've got this thing in my arm. Grr.

Anyway, I hope it works.
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18 and a half inches!!!!
Originally Posted by kat180
The most I measured was 17 inches and it's now lost 4 inches. But there are still sections that are just above my knees but I can't get to them to measure them, even though I really want to!

Just think we get 3 more months of this!
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"Chardon, located about an hour's drive east of downtown Cleveland, is the county seat of Geauga County. The city of around 5000 residents is known for as the heart of Ohio's Maple Syrup country and as the center of Northeast Ohio's snow belt.

Climate
With an average annual snowfall of 106 inches (269 cm)[12][13], Chardon is notable for its location in the "heart of the snowbelt" of northeast Ohio.

"In 1996, from November 9 through November 13, a storm dropped over 70 inches of lake-effect snow in the city over a period of six days. Governor George Voinovich declared a state of emergency as a result, and the Ohio National Guard was brought in to assist with the cleanup."


I watched from my bedroom window as a snowplow the size of my house cleared away the mountains of snow which had grown up around street corners and driveways.

When I moved here, I didn't even own a shovel. Who thought I'd need one in October(Wikipedia has the month wrong).
18 and a half inches!!!!
Originally Posted by kat180
The most I measured was 17 inches and it's now lost 4 inches. But there are still sections that are just above my knees but I can't get to them to measure them, even though I really want to!

Just think we get 3 more months of this!
Originally Posted by curlylaura
Its still snowing! This is crazy! lol

Where I live was worst place hit in the South but we usually are because we are higher up then most.
Treatment began today, so I'm hooked up to an IV for six hours. In my right arm. In the elbow crease. I didn't expect I wouldn't be able to move much during this whole process ...

Even better, SO is the one who's been taught how to take everything apart and pull the IV, so I get to tag along to his office hours tonight. This really isn't the way I expected his students would meet me. I can't even change because I've got this thing in my arm. Grr.

Anyway, I hope it works.
Originally Posted by Befrizzled
I hope your treatment works! And don't worry about meeting his students with an IV in your arm, I'm sure you are so fabulous they will all love you anyway.
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Treatment began today, so I'm hooked up to an IV for six hours. In my right arm. In the elbow crease. I didn't expect I wouldn't be able to move much during this whole process ...

Even better, SO is the one who's been taught how to take everything apart and pull the IV, so I get to tag along to his office hours tonight. This really isn't the way I expected his students would meet me. I can't even change because I've got this thing in my arm. Grr.

Anyway, I hope it works.
Originally Posted by Befrizzled
I hope your treatment works! And don't worry about meeting his students with an IV in your arm, I'm sure you are so fabulous they will all love you anyway.
Originally Posted by TRBL
THIS!! I couldn't have said it better.




Byron,GA> Charleston, SC> Jacksonville, FL> Guilford, CT> Rohnert Park, CA! A southern drawl in sunny Cali! .
The amount of time from slipping on the peel and landing on the pavement is exactly one bananosecond.
I do have a secret yen for pink in unexpected places. ~ninja dog
I've decided that I'll never get down to my original weight, and I'm OK with that--After all, 8 pounds 2 oz. is just not realistic.
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Am I now so uncoordinated that I cannot chew gum without biting my inner mouth?
Treatment began today, so I'm hooked up to an IV for six hours. In my right arm. In the elbow crease. I didn't expect I wouldn't be able to move much during this whole process ...

Even better, SO is the one who's been taught how to take everything apart and pull the IV, so I get to tag along to his office hours tonight. This really isn't the way I expected his students would meet me. I can't even change because I've got this thing in my arm. Grr.

Anyway, I hope it works.
Originally Posted by Befrizzled
I hope your treatment works! And don't worry about meeting his students with an IV in your arm, I'm sure you are so fabulous they will all love you anyway.
Originally Posted by TRBL
THIS!! I couldn't have said it better.
Originally Posted by spring1onu
Awww, shucks. You're making me blush!
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