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Harold Sep 24, 1997 01:13 PM

I haven't eaten in Newark for several years. Are there any new good additions for lunch or dinner? Please don't use the Spanish Tavern as a standard.

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    EZ RE: Harold Oct 3, 1997 08:41 PM

    FOR SPANISH FOOD I BELIEVE FORNOS OF SPAIN IS THE BEST RIGHT NOW AND FOR PORTUGUESE FOOD IBERIA BUILT A NEW RESTAURANT ACROSS THE STREET IT IS CALLED PENNISULA THEY ALSO SELL GREAT RODIZO.

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      David Graham RE: EZ Sep 27, 1998 01:17 PM

      Looking for Authentic Pulpo a Feira

      While in Galicia near San Cristablo Spain a few years
      ago I was introduced to Octopus boiled in water cut up on a wooden board with olive oil and sea salt. I have
      heard that there are some authentic bars in Newark
      with pulpo a feira as well as other tapas. Any suggestions

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      Eurico Roberto RE: Harold Feb 8, 1999 10:08 PM

      If your ever in Liverpool - England, visit the Algarve
      Portuguese Restaurant. We serve the best Portuguese
      Food in England!

      Link: http://woohoo.ricos.home.8m.com/algar...

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        gigi RE: Harold Mar 14, 1999 04:29 PM

        what portuguese restaurants are in pittsburgh
        pennsylvania

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          Jim Leff RE: gigi Mar 15, 1999 12:12 AM

          Gigi--I'm not aware of any big Portuguese communities
          in Pittsburgh, though I could be wrong. Anyway, I'd
          suggest you post a query over on the "elsewhere in
          america" message board, where some Pittsburghers are
          more likely to see it

          ciao

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