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    Had dinner at Capronis in Maysville Saturday night, the steak was one of the better steaks I've had in a restaurant for awhile. We generally grill ourselves if were going to eat steak.

    I'm cutting out of work shortly for dinner with my folks this evening at Malone's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TTS_JF View Post
    Had dinner at Capronis in Maysville Saturday night, the steak was one of the better steaks I've had in a restaurant for awhile. We generally grill ourselves if were going to eat steak.

    I'm cutting out of work shortly for dinner with my folks this evening at Malone's.
    I really like Caproni's grilled Delmonico.

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    Ate at Dienner's Buffett and Yoder's Buffet in the Lancaster/New Holland area of Pennsylvania the past few days. Amazing food!

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    Finally tried the Windy Corner Cafe tonight after our swim meet at Lexington Country Club. Very cool place. I had the Windy Corner Burger and the wife had a shrimp Po-Boy. Both were great!

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    9th time Cicis pizza buffet in Granville West Va.(June 30th)
    Paid for a friends about 17 bucks

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    Minorcan clam chowder and fried shrimp at Barnacle Bill's in St. Augustine (twice). 12-inch pork tenderloin sandwich and smoked fish dip at Red Frog and McToad's in Crescent Beach. Cuban sandwiches at the Spanish Bakery on St. George Street in St. Augustine. Soft crab sandwiches at The Yearling restaurant in Cross Creek. And had the biggest seafood platter ever at Corky Bell's Seafood at Gator Landing in East Palatka. Two fish fillets, 8 fried shrimp, 8 jumbo scallops, a dozen fried oysters, hush puppies, baked potato and cheese grits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa View Post
    Minorcan clam chowder and fried shrimp at Barnacle Bill's in St. Augustine (twice). 12-inch pork tenderloin sandwich and smoked fish dip at Red Frog and McToad's in Crescent Beach. Cuban sandwiches at the Spanish Bakery on St. George Street in St. Augustine. Soft crab sandwiches at The Yearling restaurant in Cross Creek. And had the biggest seafood platter ever at Corky Bell's Seafood at Gator Landing in East Palatka. Two fish fillets, 8 fried shrimp, 8 jumbo scallops, a dozen fried oysters, hush puppies, baked potato and cheese grits.
    Just curious....what did that seafood platter set you back?

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    10TH Time
    Steak and Shake (Niles.Ohio)
    Double mushroom burger, fries and water-8 Bucks with top

    11TH Time
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    Brisket quesadilla-A friend bought this for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa View Post
    Minorcan clam chowder and fried shrimp at Barnacle Bill's in St. Augustine (twice). 12-inch pork tenderloin sandwich and smoked fish dip at Red Frog and McToad's in Crescent Beach. Cuban sandwiches at the Spanish Bakery on St. George Street in St. Augustine. Soft crab sandwiches at The Yearling restaurant in Cross Creek. And had the biggest seafood platter ever at Corky Bell's Seafood at Gator Landing in East Palatka. Two fish fillets, 8 fried shrimp, 8 jumbo scallops, a dozen fried oysters, hush puppies, baked potato and cheese grits.
    I love Red Frogs and CorkyBelles. Great places around St.Augustine to eat. Harry`s has to be my number one place though.They have the best Jambalaya i`ve had.

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    It is burger week in Lexington this week. Anyone been to any yet?. I hope to go tomorrow.

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    White castles jalapeño burgers on the way home from buffet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    White castles jalapeño burgers on the way home from buffet.
    That is a step up from your normal dining places.

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    El Rio Bravo last night in Alexandria. Our go to spot. Shrimp Taco Salad and a couple of tall Bud Lights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afi100guy View Post
    El Rio Bravo last night in Alexandria. Our go to spot. Shrimp Taco Salad and a couple of tall Bud Lights.
    Haven't been in a while. I do like the place. I think they are mind readers. You order your food and it is there in about a minute!

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    Hitting Celestials tonight. Have a Cincy Saver and heard they are closing the doors on July 15th!!

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