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Mary Ann's in Stamford??

nbermas Apr 8, 2009 12:07 PM

anyone know about this place and it is the place from New York City? What about the other newer places on this block? Good ? Clean?

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    foodrink RE: nbermas Apr 8, 2009 03:59 PM

    where in Stamford?

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      nbermas RE: foodrink Apr 8, 2009 04:01 PM

      On Summer street right before the Movie theatre same side, it used to be a mexican place.

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        jfood RE: nbermas Apr 8, 2009 06:22 PM

        next to the wings place? That whole side of the street seems to have fallen off a cliff in the last three months.

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          nbermas RE: jfood Apr 8, 2009 06:55 PM

          Yes, but I remember when living in NYC a great kind of fancy Mexican place by the same name an it was very good maybe they are the same but who knows. I went by and there seems to be a few new places but I was drivin g so I couldn't see the names so if anyone knows let me kno how they are. Have you ever been to SBC? Thanks

          1. re: nbermas
            adamclyde RE: nbermas Apr 9, 2009 03:52 AM

            There's a Mary Ann's in Port Chester... a Mexican please. Is this the same? If so, I hold out no hope whatsoever...

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              nbermas RE: adamclyde Apr 9, 2009 06:46 AM

              Oh well, I was waiting for your comments because I had a feeling you would know. what is your favorite dine in place in Stamford for Latin cuisine not the truck because I love that but I do like to eat not in a rush. Thanks

              1. re: adamclyde
                A avenue RE: adamclyde Apr 9, 2009 12:16 PM

                There was an article in the Stamford Advocate a few months back about all the restos coming to the area. Looks like this Mary Ann's is affiliated with the Mary Ann's of NYC.


                nbermas - don't waste your time or money at SBC, it's terrible.

                1. re: A avenue
                  jfood RE: A avenue Apr 9, 2009 12:38 PM

                  The site you posted suggests that one of the locations is the Port Chester location, see adamclyde above. and jfood agrees with SBC, why go?

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                    adamclyde RE: jfood Apr 9, 2009 01:32 PM

                    yeah. I actually used to like SBC for what it was... a casual place with average food that wasn't a chain. But last few times I've been it's been inedible.

                    To nbermas, regarding your question about what sit-down latin restaurants in Stamford... Brasitas is pretty good. Attractive interior, pan-Latin restaurant. It's pricier than other latin places in town, but it's pretty good.

                    1. re: adamclyde
                      nbermas RE: adamclyde Apr 9, 2009 02:31 PM

                      Adam: Thanks! Happy eating, did you ever try that little place past the truck in the right side on Main Street heading towards Greenwich? I will try it soon.

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                    nbermas RE: A avenue Apr 9, 2009 02:34 PM

                    It looks expensive though! But I think I remember getting years ago guacamole made tableside and I loved it, does anyone do that anymore or anything made in front of you rather than in the back with who know s what? I like very clean kitchens or else...... Thanks

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                      adamclyde RE: nbermas Apr 10, 2009 05:42 AM

                      yes, as I said, it's more pricey. but it's pretty good and appeals to a broader audience. Decor and presentation are higher. Food quality i still good.

                      No idea about guacamole. I'm not a fan of tableside guac, frankly, but that's just because I can make better at home for 1/10 the cost. :)

                      1. re: adamclyde
                        nbermas RE: adamclyde Apr 13, 2009 11:21 AM

                        I know i make it all the time but once a year it is fun to go somewhere where they makes things fresh right in front of your face. Happy day!

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