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dream_of_giusti May 27, 2008 08:00 AM

A few friends and I are going to the movies on Friday night. We're having a girl's night out and would like to go to dinner first. Can you recommend a restaurant in Warrington? All I know are the chains on 611.

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    jkml RE: dream_of_giusti May 27, 2008 08:26 AM

    My husband and I ate at Casablanca, http://www.casablancaone.com/ . Be sure to click enter. It was tasty and had belly dancing entertainment, a man and a woman, not at the same time. Everybody there seemed to be having a great time. Not super cheap, but we actually had more than plenty and took some home. It is a BYOB with a set menu for eight courses. They also have a vegetarian option for the set menu. Make reservations. Have fun!

    1. AmblerGirl RE: dream_of_giusti May 27, 2008 02:53 PM

      I know its a chain but I always do girls night at the new PF Chang's in Warrington. Good food, you can share lots of plates, and fun desserts. Its always so much fun.

      We are planning our next girls night in the area so if there are any good suggestions on this thread I think I might give them a try as well.

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        crazyspice RE: AmblerGirl May 27, 2008 03:17 PM

        Really? I was totally underwhelmed by PF Chang's. The food incredibly salty. We are always looking for girl's night out places and we have crossed that one off the list.

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          dream_of_giusti RE: crazyspice May 28, 2008 07:39 AM

          I went to PF Chang's a couple weeks ago with some friends. We liked it and that will probably be the back up. I'm not against chains because that's the trend. I appreciate the responses, so keep 'em coming.

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            scda RE: dream_of_giusti May 28, 2008 12:42 PM

            We also went to Casablanca's and it was a lot of fun. I wasn't a huge fan of all the meat, but really liked the hummus and salad. It was fun with a group and BYO. Belly dancers were fun!

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        scda RE: dream_of_giusti May 28, 2008 12:36 PM

        We also went with a group to Casablanca's. I wasn't a huge fan of all the food( a lot of meat) , but I loved the hummus and salads. It is a Byo and the belly dancer's were fun.

        1. bucksguy14 RE: dream_of_giusti Jun 2, 2008 04:25 AM

          We've been to Villa Barolo (corner of 611 & Bristol) a number of times, for both lunch & dinner and have had some very nice meals there. It gets crowded on weekends so you probably should make a reservation if you intend to go on a Friday. Here's a link to their web-site - http://www.villa-barolo.com/

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            crazyspice RE: bucksguy14 Jun 2, 2008 07:24 AM

            I met some friends at Villa Borolo last week. I had the best grilled calamari ever. It is not on the menu but they will make it on request. Then I ordered the seafood with linguine. It was gritty and the seafood tasted old. Like it had been frozen for a long time. I was disappointed.

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              bucksguy14 RE: crazyspice Jun 2, 2008 07:27 PM

              I agree on the calamari - my wife ordered it and it was really good. Neither of us have had the seafood w/linguine so I can't comment on that. I really like their mussels and my wife has had the cockles a few times and liked them.

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