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Description:Greasy Spoons Home | About | Archives | Links | Contact Sun 13 Jun 2010 Johnny’s Family Dining – Mattoon, Illinois Posted by markj under Family , Three-and-a-Half Spoons Comments Off on Johnny’s Famil is ranked 25408406 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $2,503. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Greasy Spoons Home | About | Archives | Links | Contact Sun 13 Jun 2010 Johnny’s Family Dining – Mattoon, Illinois Posted by markj under Family , Three-and-a-Half Spoons Comments Off on Johnny’s Family Dining – Mattoon, Illinois Our original destination was closed tonight, so we circled back to Johnny’s Family Dining on Dewitt Ave (corner of 1st Division St). This is the former D&W restaurant. We went in hoping the food and service were at least similar to D&W, which was always a decent place to grab a meal. We were not disappointed. We were there fairly early, so there was no crowd. It did start to fill in by the time we left, but it was far from full. Among tonight’s specials were Roast Turkey and Dressing, which Sarah ordered, and Baby Back Ribs, which I ordered. We started with salads, which were standard lettuce and tomato style. Not too big and very fresh. They came with some surprisingly tasty breadsticks. Sarah’s meal, which she ordered with a baked potato, was quite generous. She brought home enough for another meal. She got several slices of well-prepared turkey breast meat over a large helping of tasty dressing. On the side were her potato and green beans. My ribs were supposedly a half-rack, but they seemed much larger. They were cooked to perfection and the meat literally fell off the bone. I just had to lift the bones out to remove them. My only nit-pick, and it’s a tiny one, was the BBQ sauce. It was tangy/spicy and quite good, but there was a bit too much of it. Maybe next time I’ll see if they’ll bring it on the side. I opted for fries and was very pleased with them. They were crispy and had some sort of tasty batter covering. Our meal tonight came to a whopping $17. You can’t beat that for two very tasty and generous sit-down dinners. We noticed on the specials menu that they have stuffed peppers on Saturday night. We’ll be heading back to try them. Sat 29 May 2010 New York City Posted by markj under Family , Five Spoons , Four Spoons , High End , Summary , Three Spoons Comments Off on New York City We’ve been in NYC since Monday and have had some outstanding meals. I’ll list them all here. Monday – Bello (863 Ninth Ave, corner of 56th Street) – Usually when we stay at the Mid-town Holiday Inn on 57th St, we walk to a local place for dinner the first night. We’d passed Bello several times and have always talked about stopping in someday. Well we finally did. We had no problems getting a table and the service was excellent. The menu is typical high-end Italian. Three items on the specials list that night caught our attention. We split an Avocado Salad, which was very tasty. Sarah ordered the Chilean Sea Bass, which was prepared with a leek and tomato sauce. I had the Rigatoni with bacon and peas in a tomato cream sauce. Both were superb. Sarah’s fish was a sizable portion and was light and sweet. My pasta was perfectly prepared and not overwhelmed with sauce. Not to sound like Hannibal Lecter, but I enjoyed mine with a fine Chianti. We finished up with a piece of Tiramisu and a cappuccino. It was a great way to start our stay in NYC. Five Spoons – High End Tuesday –Mitali East – 334 E. 6th St – Mitali East has long been one of our favorite places to eat in NYC. I’ve rated it very highly in the past. We invited one of Sarah’s friends with us this time, so I guess we set ourselves up to be disappointed. Always happens that way when you rave about a place and then bring friends, no? There was nothing particularly wrong with our meal this time. It was just missing that special something that makes for a memorable meal. Sarah had the Shaag Paneer, I ordered a favorite, Chicken Balti, and Sarah’s friend had the Chicken Tikka Masala. Sarah’s saag was a bit overwhelmed with a sourish cream sauce. My balti was ok, but virtually devoid of spices. The chicken tikka masala was the same, decent, but lacking zip. The service was, as always, excellent. Maybe it was just an off-night for the chef. Three Spoons – Family Wednesday – Thai Basil – (860 Ninth Ave) – Thai Basil is another of our favorites. It is also an easy walk from our usual hotel. Thai Basil is a typical NYC hole-in-the-wall eatery. Not much atmosphere, but really good food. Luckily, that hasn’t changed for Thai Basil. We started with Vegetable Dumplings, which were, as you would guess, minced veggies wrapped in lettuce. Very tasty. Sarah ordered Eggplant Basil Sautee (which included tofu) and I went with Siam Beef (which came on fried rice). Sarah really liked her eggplant and my beef was perfectly done. I loved the fried rice that came with it. It was truly rice and veggies fried up in a wok, not some mixture of rice and sauce or the yellow rice we get in the midwest. As always, an excellent meal. Four Spoons – Family Thursday – Bistango Ristorante – (415 Third Ave at 29th St) – We chose Bistango because we were joining a friend of Sarah’s who happens to have a gluten allergy. Bistango has many gluten-free offerings. They even have gluten-free beer. The atmosphere is dinner casual and very comfy. The service was excellent and the waitstaff was very knowledgeable about every detail of the food preparation, which can be a godsend to those with allergies. Sarah’s friend was very pleased and surprised at the wide choice of gluten-free food as well as the staff’s knowledge. She ordered the gluten-free ravioli, which she said was the first time she’d ever seen it in a restaurant. It looked pretty tasty, which she confirmed. She had started out with the calamari appetizer, which she said was also very good. I’ll take her word for it as I don’t like calamari. Sarah and I split a Caesar salad, which was served wedge style. Not my favorite way to enjoy a salad. The Caesar was ok, but a bit pricey considering it was basically a wedge of romaine with some grated cheese and dressing on it. For entrees Sarah had rigatoni and meat sauce. I had the boneless pork chop. Sarah’s rigatoni was good, although the meat sauce had shredded meat instead of the typical crumbled hamburger. My porkchop was pounded flat and breaded, like a schnitzel. It came with a small portion of mashed potatoes, a large helping of spinach, and was served over sauteed onions and hot cherry peppers. The porkchop was quite good, as were the potatoes. I’m not a big fan of spinach and the onions and peppers were very spicy, so I only had a couple bites of those. We all had the excellent Gelato and Sorbet for dessert. Sarah and I split coffee gelato and mango sorbet. The gelato was creamy and rich. The mango sorbet was eye-opening strong. If you really like mango, you’ll love the mango sorbet. Sarah’s friend had vanilla gelato and blackberry sorbet. She raved about both. Despite my little nitpicks, the meal was quite good, the service was, as I said, excellent, and the atmosphere was enjoyable. Four Spoons – Family Friday – Molyvos – (871 Seventh Ave) – We originally tried to get into a smaller Greek place close to our hotel, but it turned out to be... Whois

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