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Joan's on 3rd Cheese and what else?

Julefish Mar 2, 2007 04:16 PM

As I am eating late tonight at a currently undetermined location (see earlier post about lameness and The Little Door), I decided to stop in at Joans on 3rd to pick up a little snack to eat round 6. They have a $12 cheese plate that includes 3 (2oz) servings of your favorite cheeses, as well as almonds, bread and quince paste. They'll pack it to go - and even though it was busy in there, the man who was helping me let me sample 6 cheeses and wrote down the names of the ones that I chose. Great service and great fun for a Friday at 5pm. What else is delicious there - I have only eaten cheese and deserts.

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    Bite Me Mar 4, 2007 06:12 PM

    In late January i bought 6 cupcakes, different flavors, and they were dry, dry, dry. (One variety was so dry it was not edible.) Very disappointing.

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      hungrygirl106 Mar 4, 2007 07:15 PM

      That's a shame. I've not had that experience.

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        Bite Me Mar 9, 2007 04:43 PM

        I know! They used to be so great. I mentioned it to a friend and she said that it's been that way (with the cupcakes being dry) for about a year now, in her experience. I would have taken them back, because they were expensive, but it was not convenient at the time.

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      hungrygirl106 Mar 4, 2007 03:52 PM

      They make a killer spice cupcake with maple frosting.

      www.infinitefress.blogspot.com

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        Silverlaker Mar 4, 2007 09:25 AM

        They should open a sister restaurant in Silverlake -- specifically the Flor Morena (is that the name? I already forgot) space. We need something good/gourmet in there!

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          rachaels Mar 9, 2007 07:53 PM

          is flor morena closed? that place was/is strange...

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          JudiAU Mar 4, 2007 08:51 AM

          The mortadella sandwich is very good if ordered without mustard.

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            glutton Mar 3, 2007 10:09 AM

            I like their beet salad, their chicken salad sandwiches, and most of their desserts. I think their salads are better than the ones I get at Clementine, but Clementine has better sandwiches, if that helps you at all.

            1. rachaels Mar 2, 2007 07:53 PM

              The chocolate and peanut butter cupcake. Now I want one. Or six.

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                mrpullings Mar 2, 2007 05:43 PM

                I've had several of their sandwiches - all delicious - particularly the one w/ Italian ham/salami(??) w/ olive paste.

                1. SauceSupreme Mar 2, 2007 05:08 PM

                  I really like the club sandwich and (of all things) the matzoh ball soup.

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