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  1. Re: Resto recommendations for impromptu dinner at the bar

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    isn't this the bar at L'Esprit ? would seem like a strange place to dine. maybe that's just me ?
  2. Re: Resto recommendations for impromptu dinner at the bar

    La Guérite sounds like an interesting idea for eating at the bar. I think they have a large, centrally located bar? Dennis could weigh in on that.
  3. Re: Resto recommendations for impromptu dinner at the bar

    that may be. that said, eating dinner at the bar is not really much part of French culture like in the US.
  4. Re: Resto recommendations for impromptu dinner at the bar

    we reserve dinner seats at the bar at L'Isola. i assume others can do same.

    le piment fun, very local, bar for good casual dinner with good vibe.
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    Re: LMVH - Château d’Esclans

    Indeed. Both Domaines Ott and Château d'Esclans offer estate wines and négociant wines.

    Here is a guide to Domaines Ott offerings:...
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    LMVH - Château d’Esclans

    Global luxury goods and services giant LMVH purchases controlling interest in Château d’Esclans. Whispering Angel is Esclans’ mass market rosé. As a reminder, LMVH also owns Cheval Blanc hotels...
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    Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KEVIN

    I trust, mon ami, that you have leaned towards the upper end of today's cartes des vins for your special day of plundering :nerd:
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    Re: The new Eden Rock

    K, we're on the same wavelength. Location, location, location. Throw in a bit of cachet for good measure.
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    Re: The new Eden Rock

    https://www.oetkercollection.com/media/38230/sand-bar-menu-wedding-weekend-13th-to-18th-november-digital-layout.pdf

    says lunch and dinner
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    Re: Ideas for Thanksgiving Dinner

    actually the best of the traditional foie gras preparations, whether poached while wrapped in a towel (au torchon) or baked in a terrine in a water bath, are still deveined, seasoned (salt, pepper,...
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    Re: Ideas for Thanksgiving Dinner

    https://www.dartagnan.com/hudson-valley-grade-a-duck-foie-gras/product/FDUFG002-1.html?cgid=foie-gras&dwvar_FDUFG002-1_freshFrozenWeight=fresh-FDUFG002#start=1
  12. Re: Friday... At Least it Was When I Started This Post...

    http://www.moulesdebouchot.fr/decouvrir/carte-interactive-des-operateurs-habilites-stg-moules-de-bouchot/

    map of moules de bouchot operations in france
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    Re: What's her Story

    have les auto-stoppeurs gone the way of les filles seins nus sur les plages de saint-barth ?

    en train de disparaître ?
  14. pour les amoureux de la nature - les crabes de saint-barth

    https://agencedelenvironnement.fr/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/BulletinATEnum5.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0GdPH60-uBwnfg_kJ8KoyvH-O9vVseSO_eKe4TBXQhZlgTV7lCfWBYL4c
  15. Finie la Signalétique pour les Petits Commerces

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    an initiative from the com will be executed this season. replacing the old directional signs with new plaques.

    les quartiers will still have their indications. along with sites of...
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    Re: Le Barthelemy or Manapany

    not sure I would call GCdS "murky". it is a lagoon, with its reef barrier, and is very shallow, but I think the waters are generally clear, n'est-ce pas ?
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    Re: Thanksgiving dinner

    To someone who once said, it’s a brave man who would eat an oyster from the Chesapeake Bay, I would point to the cold, pristine waters of the Damariscotta in Maine. :nerd:
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    Re: Thanksgiving dinner

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    getting all from operations on the Damariscotta River. Source on clams just says « Maine grown and raft purged ». Not specifically where grown. I would guess not too far away? From very...
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    Re: Thanksgiving dinner

    My Thanksgiving déjeuner is going to be a plateau of Glidden Points and Maine Cherrystones on the half shell and cold Maine lobster with housemade lemony mayonnaise. Bollinger of course.
    Keep your...
  20. Re: Used @ restos, stores, shops and the gas station, after hours - no fees 1% back d

    only 1%. hmm. rather below the market nest-ce pas ? :cool:
  21. Re: Best Place on Island to Purchase Liquor for the Villa?

    eddie at le grain de sel also uses a guadeloupean (naturally) rhum agricole for his delicious 'ti punches. maybe père labat ? i forget.

    your hc3 perfect for daiquiris and such :blush-smile:
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    Re: un tour de l'île au lever du soleil

    Ha ! There are a number of wicked passages around the island. Was thrilled to read that the improvements accompanying the cable trenching in Lorient now will march up Camaruche hill and beyond...
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    Re: un tour de l'île au lever du soleil

    #4 col de la tourmente

    #5 du joli travail, Monsieur K :up:
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    Re: un tour de l'île au lever du soleil

    #1 when I grow up I’m going to live in Biddleville

    #2 whoever said running-walking up/down Camaruche is no big deal is an idiot

    #3 j’adore le nouveau Toiny

    à suivre
  25. Re: Best Place on Island to Purchase Liquor for the Villa?

    Why not go local and drink rhum agricole and not rhum industriel ?
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    Re: 3rd Night Gourmet Festival L' Esprit

    That doesn’t surprise me.
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    Re: Sunset cocktails

    Quelle est l’expression ?
    Des photos, ou rien ne s’est produit ?
    Merci à toi, iPops :cool:
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    Re: Sunset cocktails

    What ? Pas de photos?!
    I assume les gardes de corps kept the paparazzi at bay from this august gathering of SBH VIP’s :nerd:
  29. Re: Le Toiny Restaurant Change - Jarad at Le Toiny

    Ellen, je suppose que "peyi" veut dire "pays" en créole ?

    So, is Eddie "creole chef of the year", or how would you translate this récompense ?
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    Re: Currency exchange qquestion

    exact reason to bring euros home from previous trips and always keep ahead of your euros-in-cash needs while abroad. as I'm sure you do on both counts :blush-smile:
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    Re: Currency exchange qquestion

    strange they would do that for non-guests. bound to cost them a few percent to convert cash to euros. unless they needed dollars in cash. seems unlikely.
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    Re: Currency exchange qquestion

    Yep, days of pre-loading foreign currency stateside long gone. Debit card in ATM is a boon. Bring few hundred euros home with you when returning this time to avoid any initial cash angst next trip. ...
  33. Re: The New York Times: "Eden Rock, a St. Barts Favorite, Reopens Its Doors"

    Not according to Dominque Desseigne. But he’s only the PDG :cool:

    Dominique Desseigne, PDG du groupe Barrière, a convoqué la presse au restaurant Le Fouquet’s de Paris pour présenter le tout...
  34. Re: The New York Times: "Eden Rock, a St. Barts Favorite, Reopens Its Doors"

    granted, the Matthews, along with a certain Russian oligarch, were generous donors to the restoration project. majority of the funding still came from the COM. and I'm not blaming the writer's...
  35. Re: The New York Times: "Eden Rock, a St. Barts Favorite, Reopens Its Doors"

    "a half-mile boardwalk winds around the lagoon [l'étang de Saint-Jean] and is open to people who aren't staying at the hotel"

    very generous of Eden Rock to allow the general public to enjoy the...
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