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Re: Buon Appetito - new restaurant on Grove Street
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The first four comments are suspect? Who cares. They are just telling us of a new place that just opened and that there is another in Bayonne. Time will tell if they are good or not. Why do people think that they can say anything they want about a business (see the "Wild Fusion POISONS people" thread) but anybody associated with the place has no right to say anything? What if somebody writes that "this morons friend worked there and got fired so he's saying that this place has no line out the door and it's no good". Get a life.

Posted on: 2008/2/15 5:34
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Re: ox restaurant
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+1

Posted on: 2007/12/20 7:41
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Re: ox restaurant
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Is this Rabbit doing a serious restaurant review? Apparently nobody pissed her off with chicken bones or menus on her block. Rabbitt doing a restaurant review is kind of like Katie Couric covering the Superbowl. So you and your "friend" SHARED some food AND you imply that it was expensive AND you have the nuts to throw a dagger at Alb? You go Rabbit!

Posted on: 2007/12/16 6:42
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Re: ox restaurant
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We love you Alb. It's just that your vision of a successful restaurant being a cheap place where you can get organic food for your child with plenty of space for your stroller and with a playroom for children and a massage therapist for tired parents is way off base. Ridiculous, I think is more the word. OX is here to stay though. Enough with the passive/aggressive "Well wishes". Try the Pork Belly. Very good.

Posted on: 2007/12/9 6:08
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Re: ox restaurant
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After dining at OX twice I must say that the food was outstanding each time. It seems to me that:
A) They sure appear to be doing "highly successful" business.
B) No, they don't need to make the place more kid or pocket friendly.
C) No, they don't need to advertise for people to come and just have a salad.
If you don't like the place or can't afford to eat there everyday fine. But why complain about the place when there are plenty of people who do? Why hijack a thread when you've never even eaten there?

Posted on: 2007/12/6 15:13
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Re: ox restaurant
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Why not try cooking for your kids at home? Problem solved for everyone. Some of my favorite memories were at the dinner table and it's something I hope to pass on to my children. Just a thought.

Posted on: 2007/12/5 19:38
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Re: ox restaurant
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Price high? Someone needs to get out more.

Posted on: 2007/12/2 15:00
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Re: RUDE UPS deliveryman
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Amazing. JCList has run out of places to publicly complain about so now it's UPS. They've always been consistently bad but at least they're consistent.

Posted on: 2007/11/8 6:12
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Re: T-shirt making fun of Mayor Healy circulates -- sources point to Fulop's political consultant
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Being 10 minutes away from Manhattan made this city "public". Not Healy. If Fulop is behind this then he has my vote.

Posted on: 2007/9/30 4:45
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Re: Website Policy & first person banned on jclist.com
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The Webmaster is just that, the web MASTER. It's his site. He could do whatever he wants and has earned the right to do so. You don't like it then don't post. Simple. Do people just think that this sight runs by itself? It's like the teenager that moves away from home and thinks that the fridge just always refilled itself. NON is not involved in the other site anymore? Or Missa? Of course not. Because that would take WORK. That would take actually BELIEVING in their new endeavor. That other site is just another mediocre JC business that they were always quick to criticize. They can't WORK. They just want to post.

Posted on: 2007/9/24 4:27
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Re: Sawadee Thai Restaurant
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I'm always right. That's the problem.

Posted on: 2007/8/12 6:08
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Re: Taqueria
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Love this place. Great food. A little bit surly but only when they are real busy. I love pork tacos.

Posted on: 2007/7/25 6:25
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Re: An Open Letter to You, My PATH Nemesis
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To the person who leans over and starts reading my magazine or newspaper or whatever else I'm reading so that now I can't focus on what I'm reading. I hate you. Get your own reading material.

Posted on: 2006/12/2 5:10
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Re: Whole Foods sought for Downtown
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It's disgusting. Beautiful Hudson River side property (imagine a park) ruined by corporate highrises and "Luxury Condo" (hotel) living.

Posted on: 2006/10/19 8:16
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Re: Whole Foods sought for Downtown
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ICRICKET? In Pavonia-Newport? Gotta be British or Indian.

Posted on: 2006/10/19 0:42
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Re: Whole Foods sought for Downtown
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If you're sooo self-contained over in the sterility of Newport then why don't you get your own list and stay off of ours.

Posted on: 2006/10/18 23:09
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