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Agua Verde Cafe & Paddle Club +You can eat Mexican food or go kayaking, or both! You can't always count on the Seattle weather, but you can be sure of a good meal.
Al Moro +Famous, 80-year-old, atmospheric trattoria extraordinaire close to the Trevi Fountain, adored by food critics the world over.
Ali baba +Great food and free knoflooksaus
Alkimia +A culinary experience not to be missed if you are in Barcelona and can afford the time (and the bill).
All India Cafe +Excellent, authentic North Indian cuisine. Reasonably priced.
Alpha Donut +This small donut shop and breakfast counter offers quick, delicious, and affordable breakfasts. Wait staff and regulars interact like they are family, and will treat you like family too.
Ariake Sushi +Awesome sushi! Small resturant with great amibiance and friendly staff.
Aux Vivres +Delicious for vegans and omnivores alike.


Bagel Fairmount +Fairmount Bagel is the historical place for bagels in Montréal. At anytime of the day, or the night, we can go and buy sesame bagels just out of the oven. It has been featured in many guides, and newspapers, lately in New-York Times.
Bamboo Garden +A completely unexpected pleasure in the business district of Bellevue: full-on Sichuan spice.
Bukhara +Ranked as one of the world's top restaurants; certainly one of India's most famous -- world leaders and Indian celebrities dine here. Heavenly food but relatively down to earth decor and ambiance. Melt-in-your-mouth rogan josh.


Cafe du Monde +One of the signature experiences of visiting New Orleans. Hot beignets under a pile of confectioner's sugar, accompanied by nice coffee, best enjoyed in the lively open-air seating. Located in the center of the French Quarter and open 24/7; great people-watching.
Caffe Storico +Delicious Italian dishes in a gorgeous, airy setting at the newly-renovated New York Historical Society. A great choice for an elegant meal on the Upper West Side.
Capital Q Smokehouse +Simply the best barbecue north of the Mason-Dixon line. The pulled pork is out of this world.
Caras Gourmet Coffee +There are a few locations of this coffee shop. At the upscale Neue Schönhauser location, you can count on great people-watching and an excellent cup of coffee.
Central Grocery +The birthplace of the muffuletta and the inspiration for many (lesser) imitations. Italian cured meats, cheeses and distinctive, perfectly acidic olive salad on focaccia. Bellissima.
Chan's +This restaurant in London's East End is one of the oldest in London, having been established in 1947. One of its long-time aficionados is the photographer [ David Bailey]
Chand Indian Restaurant Torbay +Very good for dinging in and takeaway. Fully licensed BYO. (09) 473 6259‎
Chatham Square Restaurant +DIM SUM! Delicious, cheap and fun - and a favorite among the locals in NYC's Chinatown.
Chesapeake Room +Their rendition of shrimp and grits is unique and utterly delicious, and the outdoor patio is perfect for relaxing with a nice cool drink.
Chez Omar +The best couscous, and some might say, the best meals, in Paris are served in this bistro. Get there early or be prepared to wait with the other hipsters, tourists and artists. Reasonably priced and always memorable.
Chez Panisse +One of the best Restaurants in the USA.
Chikalicious +More than a minimalist dessert bar, this place is an experience. In this small space, the best seats are around the bar, where you can watch the chefs work their magic. The $12 prix fixe ($17 with wine pairing) gets you a three-course dessert tasting that is not too sweet, not too filling, and not mundane at all.
Christie's Jamaican Patties +Patties perfect for picking up for an impromptu picnic in Prospect Park.
Clocktower Brew Pub +Great, local neighbourhood pub in New Edinburgh in Ottawa, Canada, but beer is not actually brewed onsite.
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