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Rhinebeck-Nima or Nina?

Julie H. Aug 24, 2001 07:56 PM

We will be in Rhinebeck in a couple a weeks for our 1st anniversary. The owner of our B & B recommended a restaurant called Nima or something like that. Any opinions? Any other suggestions? We are looking for great food, some romance (no overkill!) and nothing too fancy. Thanks!

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    steve from rhinebeck Aug 28, 2001 10:52 AM

    Hi Julie, Try typing in Rhinebeck in the search box, there are lots and lots of recommendations. Sorry,I never heard of Nina/Nima.Congratulations on your anniversary.

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    1. re: steve from rhinebeck
      Polly Aug 29, 2001 05:12 PM

      It's Mina and it's in Red Hook and it's very good.

      1. re: Polly
        lucia Aug 30, 2001 11:37 AM

        Ditto that, but what you've got to try is down the same street, a little all-Mexican grocery that has a few tables and does a few dishes every day--La Mexicana. It's amazing and totally unexpected.

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