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Mimi's in Irvington anyone?

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FillMyTummy May 17, 2008 02:00 PM

Has anyone been to the restaurant that moved into the former Red Hat location? I think it's called Mimi's.

Sorry, I'm spazzing out. I didn't mean to post this three times.

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  1. MisterBill2 RE: FillMyTummy May 17, 2008 11:31 PM

    I'm pretty sure it's called Mina's and there are already posts about it here.

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      gordoma RE: FillMyTummy May 18, 2008 11:36 AM

      It's very good. Care is taken with the food and they have a great wine list, by the glass is especially good. We just had the cheese and meat plate and an app; it was more than enough. You'll enjoy it, if you can get in!

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        FillMyTummy RE: gordoma May 19, 2008 05:22 PM

        Thanks for the responses!

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          valerie427 RE: FillMyTummy May 20, 2008 08:10 AM

          I went to Mina's about a month ago, and loved it! It's very cute inside, I liked the wine by the glass (or cortino) as well! Ans, I had a delicious fish special--it was very lemony, our server was great, would definitely go back soon.

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        smeyler RE: FillMyTummy Jun 14, 2008 04:47 AM

        I think you do mean "Mina's". It is excellent and in the previous location of The Red Hat Bistro, which moved down to the river in a really great location. The good at Mina's, and I have eaten there several times, has always been great. Really great service, fresh, excellently prepared food. The location is also nice. Great ambiance.

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          AManHastoEat RE: smeyler Jun 14, 2008 05:23 AM

          Chrissie and I ate there a while back and found it to be very good. The food, service, and atmosphere were all spot on. We're not pasta people, but we were blown away by the trecce with pepper, onion, bacon, and egg we split for an appetizer.

          Last time we were there they still had the winter menu. Are there any new dishes that must be tried?

          James
          http://amanhastoeat.blogspot.com

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          Boswell RE: FillMyTummy Jun 15, 2008 12:37 PM

          I'm afraid this thread will result in a lot of frustrated googling. The actual name is Mima. http://www.mimarestaurant.com/about.html

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