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rizzo0904 May 19, 2010 12:18 PM

Taste of Nashua is coming up soon. What places are you looking forward to trying? And which ones are you skipping?

Looking forward to:

Michael Timothy's and Surf...always delicious.
Saffron Bistro
Stella Blu
Tacos Colima - I've heard great things but haven't made it there yet
Thousand Crane - their spread last year was amazing!

Skipping:

Peddlers - they serve potato leek soup EVERY year
Bellavance - going with the babies so no drinking this year

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Michael Timothy's
212 Main St., Nashua, NH 03060

Saffron Bistro
80 Main St, Nashua, NH 03060

Thousand Crane
1000 Elm St Ste 125, Manchester, NH 03101

Stella Blu
70 E Pearl St, Nashua, NH 03060

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    hummingbird Jun 6, 2010 01:44 PM

    Do you any you that attended have any feedback? There is usually some info on The Telegraph, but nothing there either that I've seen.

    I was hoping to go, but couldn't get the hubby to go, as the year we went which was either in 06 or 07 he wasn't too happy with it, and since it was our first time attending he wouldn't give it another chance, oh well.

    I know there are a couple of new restaurants and I was hoping to see if they participated, and if so how they were, and the overall feeling of how it all went.

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      rizzo0904 Jun 8, 2010 01:01 PM

      Michael Timothys and Surf were good as usual. Saffron gave out nice lobster rolls...not excellent, but good. Thousand Crane had an amazing spread. Martha's Exchange was a waste of my time. Timber was blah. Will post more later.

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      Michael Timothy's
      212 Main St., Nashua, NH 03060

      Thousand Crane
      1000 Elm St Ste 125, Manchester, NH 03101

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      rizzo0904 Jun 1, 2010 10:17 AM

      It's tomorrow night...I think there are still tix available.

      Unum's is serving yellowfin tuna tartare with almond gaspacho, rosewater vinaigrette, papaya, and fried plantains.

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      Unums
      49 E Pearl St, Nashua, NH 03060

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        hargau May 22, 2010 01:11 AM

        looks interesting. Is it really worth $60-$70 per couple though? You can get a pretty nice dinner for that.

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          rizzo0904 May 26, 2010 05:38 PM

          I think it's worth it...it's fun. We walk around downtown, see lots of people we know, and try food we normally never would have. I'm that person that orders the same thing every time since I know I like it. So this gets me to try new stuff...discovered I liked bread pudding last year.

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