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Robert Rymarz

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  1. It’s all I needed to make the drive. Soon! https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2021/03/18/ekiben-restaurant-baltimore-cancer/%3foutputType=amp
  2. Would you happen to know what time the takeout menu comes online? I assume daily and not the day before, correct? Seems the items sell out fairly quickly. Would be quite the drive only to be rewarded with (no pizza for you.)
  3. Understood, though I would love to support Johnny. We have some of our best memories ever at Komi. Although I’m not sure I’m capable of a DC trip now even under the best of circumstances. Would you believe my profile pic was taken at Pizzeria Bianco? That little girl is 18 years old now. Time is flying by.
  4. Haven’t we been here before? Sending me off on another pizza journey. Although, it’s a few thousand miles closer to home. 😉
  5. I was there on opening night. I had a fantastic meal, but also think opening night is to premature for a review. I uploaded all the courses on Instagram for those curious.
  6. Is the New Years Eve menu the same dishes we have had over and over? It's my understanding the menu has not been released yet.
  7. When those passing by stop and ask me if it's worth it. I point to my license plate if I'm parked in front of the restaurant. I usually get a eye roll as they move on.
  8. Recently visited Roses Luxury for the fifth time. That adds up to 4000 road miles and its worth every mile to me. I can't say enough about the restaurant, simply one of my all time favorites .
  9. Some people spent big bucks on some form of entertainment in Vegas last week. Its all so mindbogglingly subjective.
  10. Top two restaurants on my bucket list are Faviken and Etxbarri. Excellent post, and thank you for sharing!
  11. I have been to Roses Luxury three times in about 60 days. Big deal, right? Except I live 400 miles away and its worth the journey to my family. Congrats to the whole Roses Luxury team!
  12. Well said, Sir. And you will find people are even "less" honest then usually with the preconceived "master-servant experience" perception already in place.
  13. deangold, pretty much said it all. Seat incomplete parties and you are putting your faith in the honestly of mankind. You will get your feelings hurt! The friend who is parking the car is actually 45 minutes away, now the next party expecting to be seated is mad as hell, and is counting the hours until they can write their next Yelp review. Service starts to tumble into chaos and it becomes a nightmare. The general public tends to look at restaurants as their own public sanctuary, escape from a busy stressful day. Truth is, they are a business as any other. Don't turn tables and you will find yourself putting the closed sign on the door, especially in a restaurant with limited seating. Start accepting reservations now with the demand of seats as Rose Luxury and you can expect 30+ days out. Then you face the problem of no-shows and scrambling to fill lost seats. I think Chef Silverman is making very smart choices and it surely is proving to be a success. If its not broke....
  14. Twitter is jumping with this news. Last night for popcorn soup until next season. https://twitter.com/RosesLuxury
  15. So glad you enjoyed Nightwood, darkstar965! Chef Vincent is finely beginning to get the reconition he deserves. Such a humble, down to earth guy. I can't help but cheer him on.
  16. Can't agree more on Nightwood, one of my best meals this year. I sat at the kitchen counter and let J.V. cook what he wished. Must have had 90% of the menu. Photos. http://www.flickr.com/photos/84954050@N00/
  17. Sounds good and no doubt the most practical idea. Can't handle these quick road trips any longer. Even our server "Sara, maybe?" at Little Serow asked if we been and said its not to be missed.
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