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Placentia area dinner, Bruery-adjacent?

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Fig Newton Feb 7, 2012 04:08 PM

Catching up with an old friend on Friday. Thinking of dinner preceded by beers at The Bruery. Is there anywhere in that general area that would be great for dinner? Non chain, any cuisine is fine.

I know Mas Islamic has been mentioned. Would love a couple additional recs.
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/7619...

Thanks!

  1. JAB Feb 7, 2012 04:32 PM

    Damn, LOL! Was just there again last Saturday. There always seems to be a food truck if that's of interest.

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      jaykayen Feb 7, 2012 05:51 PM

      Mariscos Playa de Corales, on Chapman near Placentia Ave. It gets loud if they have a live band playing. You pretty much can't go wrong with any Mexican in the area.

      Sake Sushi and Grill, on Rose near Alta Vista is decent. Sushi Noguchi in Yorba Linda is supposed to be really good, I haven't been yet.

      1. Dommy Feb 8, 2012 09:21 AM

        Recently we did a mini beer crawl...

        Start at Bootleggers in Fullerton

        Lunch at Kentro Greek in Old Town Fullerton (Another option is Burger Parlor)

        Then Bruery...

        Best!

        --Dommy!

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          Fig Newton Feb 8, 2012 09:22 AM

          That sounds awesome. May not work for this week, but is going on my "to do" list. Thanks!

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          ebethsdad Feb 8, 2012 10:03 AM

          Ask at the Bruery. They are really nice people, and big foodies as well as beer fanatics. I was lucky enough to be there when Peter Reinhart was shooting a webisode for his pizza blog. It took beer and pizza to an entirely new level. I still dream of it.

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