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  1. Thread: Menu- 10/14

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    Re: Menu- 10/14

    "Curiouser and curiouser," cried Alice!
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    Re: Nice dinner with the Tysons

    Very nice to see another example of friendships formed on SBH transitioning to other worlds.
  3. Thread: Menu- 10/14

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    Re: Menu- 10/14

    Yes, I’m sure that’s the location, but never heard of it as a restaurant beginning at 7 PM.
  4. Thread: Menu- 10/14

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    Re: Menu- 10/14

    Interesting that “Casa” is described as a “restaurant & bar.” I didn’t know that it is a restaurant. Has anyone here eaten there?
  5. Thread: AirBnB

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    Re: AirBnB

    Kevin has very well described pros & cons of utilizing an agency vs. owner-direct vs. VRBO/AirBnB.

    Adding a couple of data points: It was interesting to me that a major island agency, among those...
  6. Thread: ON OUR WAY

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    Re: ON OUR WAY

    Strike up the band! Your fans eagerly await!
  7. Thread: Manapany

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    Re: Manapany

    Very nice arrangement options.
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    Re: Le Diamant reopens

    I like Le Diamant, Kent . . . am a big fan of it. However, when one reads the plans of most people who share them with us, their desires & expectations are, it seems to me, for surroundings & food...
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    Re: The New No Slobbering Policy

    No doubt that Andy is “engaged!” Since _______ ?
  10. Thread: Thank you Kevin!

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    Re: Thank you Kevin!

    D’accord
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    Re: Le Diamant reopens

    . . . probably not a place for the average island visitor, unless you’re willing to hang with locals, eat their very good fare (including great pizza & Creole specialties), & find pleasure in an...
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    Re: London recommendatios

    Exquisite! Not only for gardens & tea, but for lunch as well. Marvelous!
  13. Thread: Menu- 10/2

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    Re: Menu- 10/2

    It's amazing to see how many restaurants participate in this publication. I would assume that there's a fee charged, and it looks like the restaurants participating must think that it's a successful...
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    Re: Johnny Hallyday- no vault?

    Thanks for this info, Izzy . . . very interesting to read these details. It also will be a spectacle, in many respects, to see an appeal: “The next French step in this case will be played at the...
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    Re: Johnny Hallyday- no vault?

    In the Johnny Hallyday matter, I can’t help but think that there’s a definitive statute that governs who has authority in the situation . . . probably largely depending on a decision as to his...
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    Re: All the pasta you will ever need

    Sauces look & sound delicious! Thanks for posting!
  17. Thread: Zion has Reopened

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    Re: Zion has Reopened

    In addition to having great food, the restaurant's furnishings are beautiful. Its marketing, as evidenced in part through internet presentations, also is expertly crafted, Clearly great care in...
  18. Thread: Manapany

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    Re: Manapany

    . . . limited parking space, for sure. It's also a treasure hunt to find the place for anyone who doesn't know where it is . . . i.e., no signage giving guidance through a narrow roadway in a small,...
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    Re: A nice first time lunch meeting today!

    What a great picture, and how nice for both of you. I also love the Lambertville Station Restaurant . . . though I haven't been there in many years, it and the community always were great to visit.
  20. Thread: La Guerite

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    Re: La Guerite

    Amazin’! I pretty much qualify as a “regular” at L’Esprit . . . and rarely find it that empty. There is growing (& growing!) competition in the dining market, however. In this regard, I can say...
  21. Thread: La Guerite

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    Re: La Guerite

    Interesting decision . . . I probably would go with an outside table at Bagatelle. Either way, I'm sure that it'll be a very special celebration.
  22. Thread: La Guerite

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    Re: La Guerite

    I go to La Guerite one or two times/year and wholeheartedly agree with Hopper's comment -- get a banquette table on the harbor side. As far as it being "quite expensive" . . . I'd say that the...
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    Re: Flying from Grand Case

    A bit of a detour, I’d like to note that when Wendy & I first traveled to SBH in 1978, we landed at SXM, but it hardly is a memory. (I do remember that it was like early SJU — all “open” to the air....
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    Re: Carl Gustaf renovation

    That’s funny, though understandable! Amy & Phil — for numerous reasons, including frequent Forum commentary & valued, illustrated restaurant reviews — have become trusted “friends” to many of us. ...
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    Re: Flying from Grand Case

    Marybeth . . . a friend told me of the experience of him and his wife in transiting from SXM to SFG about a year ago. They said that it was slow . . . but not notably slower than other times that...
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    Re: New Chef at Cheval Blanc’s La Case

    Applause for Jean-Claude & his entire staff!
  27. Thread: Reasons

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    Re: Reasons

    Very happy to have you posting, Hawke! Fresh points of view are much appreciated, and you do a great job of engaging others in discussion.
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    Re: Soon to be seen on the waters of SBH?

    Very interesting and striking. The text in the article also is exceptionally well written.
  29. Thread: Bakery

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    Re: Bakery

    It has been fun in recent weeks to read of Forum folks gearing-up for the new season . . . I'm also looking forward to some new meet-&-greet evenings -- always nice times.
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    Re: All the pasta you will ever need

    I want some now!
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    Re: Last 2 weeeks in April ans 1st in May.

    Are you forgetting our dinner plan? We'll have to pin-down the date!
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    Re: Coffee and Tea ‘favs’ ...

    So glad that you appreciate the “retail” Jojo’s in Lorient (as opposed to the wholesale business).

    Having a Villa in nearby Marigot, Wendy & I have a commitment, not only to the island, but also...
  33. Thread: Escape

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    Re: Escape

    VERY FUNNY!
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    Re: Nice Place Surrounded By Trees

    Stunning photo . . . and such a beautiful place.
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    Re: moving to sb for a few years?

    Fabulous recollection! Thanks for sharing.
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