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Your Holiday Restaurant Wish

By Club Fed Staff
Posted // December 16,2009 -

The holidays are upon us and let's suppose that Santa is willing to grant a special wish for foodies.

So, if you could eat one special meal any place on the planet, where would it be?

Your response could win you an invitation to our next Club Fed tasting in January.

If you have already set up a CityWeekly.net profile, all you have to do is log in and click My Profile and select "Club Fed" in the Club Categories. Make sure you select what you would be interested in and maybe give us new ideas.

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Posted // December 26,2009 at 08:58

The restaurant on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower. It was closed for remodeling when we rode the elevator to the top 25 years ago. I mean, there are great French restaurants closer by, but eating French, in Paris, on the Eiffel Tower, looking over the City at night, would be a bucket-list item.

 

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Posted // December 25,2009 at 00:55

Tell Santa that I'd love to go to New Orleans (I've never been) so I can have some real crawfish etouffee. I'm sure he knows a good spot.

 

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Posted // December 23,2009 at 15:40

I would love to eat at The French Laundry. I've heard and read nothing but wonderful things about the food there. I would love to share that experience with my Air Force hubby...we have yet to honeymoon due to his frequent travels but that would be a dining experience for us to remember.

 

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Posted // December 16,2009 at 19:47

A great meal is more than just the food. El Bulli is special because it's an adventure to get there and the environment is spectacular (I've never been...yet). I vote for wd-50 in the West Village. I'd get the twelve course tasting menu with wine pairing and make a (four hour) evening of the meal.

 

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Posted // December 16,2009 at 19:17

I'm going to have to say The French Laundry. I know it is a foodie cliche, but I also know it is called the best for a reason. I've seen what they do and it is probably without parallel.

 

 
 
 
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