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Here are some of our favorite restaurants, by city.


Berkeley, CA:  Skates on the Bay--great seafood, excellent water view if it's not foggy http://skatesonthebay.citysearch.com/1.html

Chicago:   Szechwan East--best Orange Beef I've ever had

Eureka, CA:  Seafood Grotto--if you can't make it to Manly Beach (near Sydney, Australia) for fish and chips, this is the place to go. 

Glendale, AZ:  El Paso BBQ Co.

Kentfield, CA:  Pacific Cafe--good, local, relatively inexpensive seafood

London:  Khun Akorn--Thai food to die for; service one doesn't normally encounter in London

London:  Cafe Spice Nanaste--best Indian food in London (where there are lots of Indian restaurants)

New Orleans:  Louisiana Kitchen--internationally known for its seafood gumbo

New York:  Imperial Dragon--if you can't make it to Szechwan East in Chicago for Orange Beef, come here

Phoenix:  Mary Elaine's--best $800 meal we've ever had  http://www.cityspin.com/phoenix/dining/edits/e559mar0.htm

San Francisco:  Shanghai 1930--best lunch in SF  http://www.sallys-place.com/food/dining_directory/north_america/sf/shanghai1930.htm

San Francisco:  Aqua--most overrated, overpriced lunch in SF  http://www.bayinsider.com/auto_docs/dining/31638.html  http://www.sallys-place.com/food/dining_directory/north_america/sf/sf02.htm

San Francisco:  Izzy's--best steakhouse in California

San Francisco:  Lavash--try the chicken borg sandwich, but only if you're hungry

San Francisco:  Flying Saucer--they give you cotton candy before bringing your dessert

San Rafael, CA:  La Toscana--basic, good Italian food, served by old guys who yell at each other in Italian and seem to know all the customers but us.

Tokyo:  Tony Roma's--what?  you think we'd actually recommend a sushi place?

Tucson:  The Grill at Hacienda Del Sol--do the Chef's Table if you can

Tucson:  El Charro--awesome, authentic Mexican food & mariachis