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Restaurant Near Me

Restaurants Near Me has more than 50,000 restaurants in more than 30 countries around the world.

Here’s where you can find them.

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New York City restaurant, The New York Times article “In a world where restaurants can become so large that they are becoming a distraction from our lives, this restaurant near me will help me to focus on my family and my work.

I love it so much!”

-Jessica Lott, author of The Happy Meal 2.

Los Angeles restaurant, Los Angeles Times article”I have a dream that my kids will one day grow up and they will go to New York.

They will come to New Yorkers.

They’ll go to all the great restaurants.

They’re going to be like me, and I want them to go to great restaurants, and they’re going be like us, and we’ll get along great.”

-Erica E. Johnson, author, The Perfect Place to Eat: How to Make the Perfect Dinner in Your Life 3.

Austin restaurant, USA Today article”This is a wonderful restaurant, a wonderful neighborhood restaurant, and it’s a wonderful place to eat.

It’s very beautiful.

It has wonderful views.

And it has a great atmosphere.

And the people that work here are so amazing.

I am really, really happy.”

-David R. Allen, author and founder of the Austin-based Allen Group 4.

Chicago restaurant, Chicago Tribune article”It’s not just for the kids anymore.

It is a great restaurant for the elderly, the handicapped, the disabled.

It serves good food.”

-Diane Niehaus, author “I love the quality of this place and I love the people who work here.

I know this place is going to last forever.

It was a great place to work and play.

I’m so glad I came here.”

-Eli Nadelmann, author from “The Great Cookbook” author’s new book, The Great Cook Book: The Epic Adventures of Cooking and Eating in America (Amazon) 5.

San Francisco restaurant, San Francisco Chronicle article”There are so many good restaurants right in my neighborhood, and this is the place for me to be, to be surrounded by good food, to have great conversations with good people, to go on walks, to take walks.

I can’t wait to come here, I can live here forever.”

-Kimberly J. Smith, author Chicago chef’s blog “It’s a place for a great meal.

And I think we all feel that.”

-Jessica D. White, author author of “Foodie Diaries: The True Story of a Woman’s Journey from Foodie Diets to Success” 6.

New Orleans restaurant, New Orleans Advocate article”If you want to be able to have an intimate dining experience, I think you need to live in New Orleans.

I think it’s really important that you have that feeling.”

-Lizzie M. Paredes, author The Food Network’s “Food Wars” series “I have no problem with this place, it’s just that I don’t want to eat at this restaurant every day.”

-Jill B. Hartman, author From the archives: “I’ve been coming to New Orleans restaurants for years, and if I ever have to get to a place that’s not as good, I’ll go and I’ll take a walk.”

-Gina DePaulo, author Chef, food writer, and mother of four from “Food Revolution” author Jennifer Hartman’s new memoir, “Gina” (Amazon.com) 7.

Las Vegas restaurant, Las Vegas Review-Journal article”The restaurant is gorgeous.

It makes me feel comfortable and I like the atmosphere, the vibe, and the service.

This place is just so great.”-Mimi Lee, author Las Vegas author of the memoir “The Love and Loss of the Las Vegas Restaurant Scene” 8.

San Diego restaurant, the San Diego Union-Tribune article”A restaurant is a place where you get to know your friends and your family, and where you make connections.

I came to New Jersey because this is where I’m from, and when you make those connections, you can start a new life.”

-Carrie Tresler, author New York-based chef and owner of the restaurant “Chef” restaurant in the Sunset Strip, NYC (Instagram) 9.

Chicago restaurants, Chicago Reader article”We’ve been going here for over 25 years.

We’ve got a lot of people that come here and they’ll go a little bit of every time, but we’ve been here for 10 years.”

-Amy W. Tompkins, author A Chicago restaurateur and food writer who has visited New York more than 100 times and worked with a number of Chicago restaurants (Inst Instagram) 10.

Las, Las Cruces restaurant, National Geographic article”What I love about this restaurant

Dallas restaurants close after Tropical Storm Harvey

DALLAS—The restaurants of Dallas-Fort Worth’s downtown area shut down for the third time this week amid Hurricane Harvey.

Restaurants across the city were placed on lockdown Wednesday morning, with the exception of Daley’s, which opened at 6 a.m. local time, as the storm’s eye began moving inland.

Daley the Chicken, a popular Dallas eatery, said it was closed until Friday.

Dade County has declared a state of emergency for all county and local governments and is planning to open up emergency shelters in areas of low-lying buildings.

The National Weather Service warned that Harvey could bring flooding, tornadoes and mudslides to the Dallas area.

DFW police are still investigating the death of a 23-year-old man who was killed by a vehicle as the city of Dallas was under evacuation orders.

____Follow AP food and agriculture reporter Matt Cogan at twitter.com/mattcoganAP.

Why ‘vegan restaurant’ isn’t a fast food joint

Restaurants such as Pizza Hut and Taco Bell have been pushing for the legalization of vegans.

But restaurants have faced opposition from some animal rights groups who argue that meat is an essential component of most vegan diets.

But the idea of vegan restaurants is gaining momentum.

Here’s what you need to know about the restaurant industry.

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