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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
PostPosted: Thu May 13, 2010 6:34 pm 
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Don't let them give you Ethiopian beer, though. Not very good and way overpriced.

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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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bart d. wrote:
Don't let them give you Ethiopian beer, though. Not very good and way overpriced.


no shit...I love the place a block from my apartment..they actually give you a free beer with your dinner...It's the only place I ever pass up a free beer..oh, and my neighbors place when he throws a party with heineken and stella..


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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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ethiopian food is great, first tried it in greenwich village. good times.


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Spike wrote:
ethiopian food is great, first tried it in greenwich village. good times.


Meskerem on Macdougal st?


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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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Doug RR wrote:
Spike wrote:
ethiopian food is great, first tried it in greenwich village. good times.


Meskerem on Macdougal st?

You've either been everywhere or are really good with google.

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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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cutuphalfdead wrote:
Doug RR wrote:
Spike wrote:
ethiopian food is great, first tried it in greenwich village. good times.


Meskerem on Macdougal st?

You've either been everywhere or are really good with google.


I've eaten at the good spots in all the big cities...before I head to a city I always check Chowhound.com


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Doug RR wrote:
Spike wrote:
ethiopian food is great, first tried it in greenwich village. good times.


Meskerem on Macdougal st?

i have darkened its doors


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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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Spike wrote:
Doug RR wrote:
Spike wrote:
ethiopian food is great, first tried it in greenwich village. good times.


Meskerem on Macdougal st?

i have darkened its doors


8)


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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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Doug RR wrote:
Spike wrote:
Doug RR wrote:
Spike wrote:
ethiopian food is great, first tried it in greenwich village. good times.


Meskerem on Macdougal st?

i have darkened its doors


8)

we just kinda stumbled upon it too. doin the bob dylan historical tour and there it was, right at dinner time.


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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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Spike wrote:
Doug RR wrote:
Spike wrote:
Doug RR wrote:
Spike wrote:
ethiopian food is great, first tried it in greenwich village. good times.


Meskerem on Macdougal st?

i have darkened its doors


8)

we just kinda stumbled upon it too. doin the bob dylan historical tour and there it was, right at dinner time.


I like you a little bit more today


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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
PostPosted: Thu May 13, 2010 9:28 pm 
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That actually looks pretty good. You can pour red sauce over just about anything, and I would probably like it.


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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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Self Polluted wrote:
That actually looks pretty good. You can pour red sauce over just about anything, and I would probably like it.

It's delicious, friend.

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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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What's the protocol on something like that big, meatball looking thing on the right? Can I just snatch that thing up for myself? It'd be awfully hard to resist.


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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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What's the protocol on something like that big, meatball looking thing on the right? Can I just snatch that thing up for myself? It'd be awfully hard to resist.

Unless the people you're eating with are weirdos who expect you to rip that piece of beef apart bare-handed and offer them some, it's all yours.

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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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Red sauce? Damn you yanks are descriptive.

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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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Red sauce? Damn you yanks are descriptive.


:haha:

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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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theplatypus wrote:
Soma. wrote:
Red sauce? Damn you yanks are descriptive.


:haha:


You want a description? How about you give it a fucking sniff when the waitress drops it off.


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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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I didn't mean that. I have no idea what that sauce tastes like.

However, I will make a trip here: http://www.addisredseacambridge.com/


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 Post subject: Re: Ethiopian Food
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I was kind of under the impression that Ethiopians didn't eat. :|


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