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noshie Dec 21, 2009 08:40 PM

Jasper's-You can almost get there through the subway and skyway, its right across from the Hilton Garden Inn. Had a very nice choucroute garnie with a nice wine and TERRIFIC bread (this place is apparently related to Daube's). I did not try the desserts (too much bread), although I hear they are the highlights.

Pescara-I had the fish tacos for lunch. They were nice, although a bit on the subtle side and, frankly, I could have done with two more. The almond rice that accompanied them was very good.

Carroll's Corn-yummy Chicago mix, quite a treat after a day of appointments and I love how you can just get a small amount (although I kept going back...)

Michael's-I took takeaway avogolama (sp?) soup and gyros. Was pretty marginal, especially the soup

Panneckoken-uninspired breakfast

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    Brad Ballinger Dec 22, 2009 05:52 AM

    I thought this was going to be an inquiry rather than a report. And my purpose in replying (to an inquiry) was going to be to talk up Jasper's. But you've done that for me. Love the place.

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