Suggestions on where to eat!


Postby DB » Fri Apr 22, 2011 8:35 am

Went last night for the first time. Big fan.

Its definitely a little different. We had a table under this cabana type thing (about half the tables are like this). Had a few Moroccan apps which were all good and I went with the short ribs for an entree (which were accompanied by a couple of sea scallops which was a nice touch. Definitely recommend. Also has a cigar bar in the basement which seemed solid.

They also have belly dancers walking around dancing during dinner.
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Re: Tangierino

Postby DC » Fri Apr 22, 2011 8:15 pm

great to see Mrs. Bible has gotten you more cultured DB!
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Re: Tangierino

Postby cool_hand » Sun Apr 24, 2011 2:02 am

You have to go downstairs. I dont think you can say you've been there unless you've been down there on a swanky, smokey night. I lived in C-Town for six years and wanted to love that place. But its totally uncomfortable idfyour not dressed up and well behaved. No place to pound a few with buddies. But awesome.. super awesome date place. If you want to impress a young slutty lass and look like an inside Bostonian. This is a good joint.
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