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You should come and try mine!

 

The Dugout Sports Cafe

 

770-726-7242

 

www.pcdugout.com

 

 

 

I haven't eaten at the burger places that have been recommended on this list. But, you've got a D**n good hamburger. See you tonight!!

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1) Victoria and Albert's, Orlando, FL. It's a 3 hour meal and each second is to be savored. My link Menu

2) Hot Hot Fish Market, Birmingham, AL Just out of this world good. My link

3) Hals, Atlanta. No better steak in ATL. My link

4) Emeril's (Private Dining) Orlando, FL; There is the regular menu and dining room and then there is the private dining menu away from the walk in crowd. The latter is by far better, but you have to make reservations for it. My link

5) Peter Luger's in NYC My link

6) Canyon Grill, In the middle of nowhere but OMG. My link

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http://www.felixsfishcamp.com/menu.html Mobile, AL-BEST food and service I have EVER had.

 

http://www.gumbeauxs.com/ in Douglasville. My family loves it.

 

The Magic Pan, Cumberland mall, Ga. No longer in business. But their Crepe St Jacques, Spinach Souffle, Orange Almond Salad and Strawberry Crepe made with brown sugar and real whipped cream was a thing of beauty!

 

Paula Deen's buffet in Harrah's casino in Tunica. The food was all delicious.

 

 

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I just thought of two more places where I love to go and don't go nearly enough:

 

The Vortex at Little Five Points - love their pimiento cheeseburger and fried zucchini!

 

Douceur de France in Marietta - the croque monsieur reminds me of the ones I had in Paris, and their pastries are to die for!

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best steak = prime at the bellagio in vegas

best surf and turf = golden steer in las vegas....place has been open since the 50's is where the rat pack used to eat. great filet and lobster tail combo

best pizza = pizza papalis in greektown, downtown detroit.

best hot dogs = tony packos in toledo, original location on the east side only

best hamburger = tie in-and-out burger all over the west coast, billy goat tavern on michigan ave in chicago

best buffet = tie sterling brunch buffet at bally's in vegas, if only for the all you can eat king crab and lobster tails. this isn't ryans, but for $85 i guess it shouldn't be :) for an evening buffet the wynn buffet, also in vegas

 

 

AMEN! Oh, you just made me homesick. When I lived downtown we ate there several times a week. AHHH Colleg days.

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The Boston sea party was good here in Atlanta,then Baby Janes was pretty good. Also 5 guys in washington for great burgers.:clapping:

 

i can understand 5 guys burgers they are pretty good

never been to boston sea party, so can't comment

but baby janes is on the the top 5 restaurants you have ever been to?

i'm hoping it is not the one in paulding county that you are refering to. unless you are ranking them on value for the dollar, and not "best" i doubt even the owners would rank them in the top 5 "best"

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Ruth's Chris - Atlanta

The Peddler - Gatlinburg

McKendricks - Perimeter Mall area

Chicago's - Marietta on Whitlock (closed)

Some place in Honolulu, Hawaii with a prime rib bar

Capt. Andersons - PCB

 

 

Okay I listed more than 5 but wanted to add something that was NOT beef. :lol:

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i can understand 5 guys burgers they are pretty good

never been to boston sea party, so can't comment

but baby janes is on the the top 5 restaurants you have ever been to?

i'm hoping it is not the one in paulding county that you are refering to. unless you are ranking them on value for the dollar, and not "best" i doubt even the owners would rank them in the top 5 "best"

 

 

The Baby Janes that looked like a coal mine when you entered. It was down town atlanta.

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The Baby Janes that looked like a coal mine when you entered. It was down town atlanta.

 

 

ok...never been to that one so can't comment. i originally thought you meant the one on merchants drive.

 

sorry for the confusion on my part

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The Baby Janes that looked like a coal mine when you entered. It was down town atlanta.

Wait, wasn't that Baby Doe's? Wasn't it off 285 in the Dunwoody area? Maybe there was a Baby Janes and a Baby Doe's, both with a mining theme? :unsure:

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Wait, wasn't that Baby Doe's? Wasn't it off 285 in the Dunwoody area? Maybe there was a Baby Janes and a Baby Doe's, both with a mining theme? :unsure:

 

 

The restaurant that had the mine theme was Baby Doe's It was off 285 and the food and atmosphere was wonderful. Not really sure why they closed because they stayed busy and the food and service was always the best..Over the years We have lost so many of the wonderful restaurants in Atlanta area. Boston Sea Party, The Coach and Six, The Leather Bottle, The Mouse trap, Aunt fanny's Cabin(Smyrna), The Abbey, Old Spagetti Factory, Rich's Magnolia Room, Herrens, Midnight Sun, The Lark and The Dove(Sandy Springs)Steak and Ale, The Sandpiper and my all time favorite The Magic Pan and many, many more we used to enjoy..

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