Chowhound on autocorrect?
I've been an active participant here on the boards for what seems like a long time. There have some worthwhile contributions from me and some rambling posts that should have waited for sleep and sobriety. I respect a lot of people I've never met here.
Usually my posts are either reviews or straight up questions, but this decision is different. I love and miss the spicy crawfish and the foie at Guy and the full breakfast with pastry from Bouchon and so much more. So here lies my problem. What can I get in Vegas that I cannot get in the NYC metro area?
To answer this I thought I would seek advice from those urbane NY hounds that travel to Vegas. So I posted this very question on the Manhattan board. By the time I got back from morning errands it had been moved to the Las Vegas board.
So I wonder. Is this site on autocorrect? Or did some admin actually read my post and decide that I am not allowed to even ask such a question of New Yorkers?
Maybe I just didn't read all the fine print. It's probably in the rules somewhere. I'm probably being silly thinking there is some value in what I thought I wanted. But I wonder.
We realize you're specifically looking for the opinions of your fellow hounds in NY, but this conversation about LV places is off-topic for the NY boards, since they do not cover restaurants in NY. By keeping the chow tips for your destination on the appropriate board, they're easily available to people looking for that information in the future. If your query had remained on one of the NY boards, it would make it more difficult for hounds going to LV to find that information. It's also worth noting that people from LV travel to NY as well, and they're also in a position to compare NY and LV; you'd miss their opinions if the query was on the NY board.
If you wish, you may post a pointer on the NY board directing hounds there to respond to the thread on the LV board.