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kittykatkid Oct 20, 2009 11:58 AM

What wouldn't you miss at the following restaurants:
Bistro Daisy
Patois
August
Martinique Grill
Thanks, we arrive next week!! Can't wait to return to the ig Easy!!!

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    monomalo12 Oct 20, 2009 12:09 PM

    the sweetbreads at bistro daisy are wonderful,as is the filet and the ravioli. there was also an good soup with salmon in it, but that may have been a special. the gnocchi, pork belly, octopus, and fettucini at patois are amazing; well, pretty much every dish i've had there is great, just cant remember them all. i havent been to martinique in a while, but if the weather's nice, sit on the patio. they may even have heaters if it's chilly. welcome and happy dining!

    1. edible complex Oct 20, 2009 01:25 PM

      Martinique Bistro's soups are always good, especially the mushroom. Do not leave w/o getting the crab salad. And their homemade mint ice cream is worthy. You really can't go wrong w/anything there, and do sit in the courtyard.

      Patois' gumbo is good, as are the moules frites and rabbit tenderloin. Again, you can't go wrong here either. I like to do Sunday lunch at the bar.

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        JazzyB Oct 21, 2009 08:09 AM

        Bistro Daisy's menu is small and changes often. Patois: gnocchi, mussels. August: tasting menu w/wine pairing. BTW, lunch is a bargain m-f, 3 courses $20.09. Haven't been to Martinique in awhile. The food is good, but not good enough to bring me back with so many other options.

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          Diane F Oct 21, 2009 09:20 AM

          I did the degustation at August and everything was amazing. It's expensive, but if it fits into your budget it is absolutely worth every penny. And it's a really fun way to enjoy a meal.

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