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food crawl

I love the pub crawl list can any one make a food crawl list ??

Boise, ID
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I most certainly can, what are you thinking? Just a list of restaurants, hours, specialty dishes and general location?

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That would be great can u also add good for breakfast lunch or dinner.

Morton Grove...
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So glad you will be on the island in sept. Kool-aid! Can't wait to meet

Boise, ID
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Good call.... alright everybody start loading this thread with info!

ETA: Although, I am the resident booze-hound, maybe one of the foodies should head up this project! :D

Edited: 2:43 pm, March 04, 2013
Boise, ID
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Me too! Will be a lot of fun, hopefully we will remember it all ;)

Richmond, Texas
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Maybe a progressive food crawl? Start with appetizers and drinks, then next stop more appetizers and drinks, then on to main course followed by dessert?

Not sure where I would start, but I'd end up at the Marquesita cart on the square for dessert

Chickamauga, Georgia
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We could do it by course, or by theme!

A guacamole crawl? Fish taco crawl? Coconut shrimp crawl? Dessert crawl?

I did an Oyster Crawl in New Orleans, it was strictly oysters in a multitude of different presentations, on a map to facilitate a walking trip. (Map came in handy the farther along the trip....as it seems beer goes well with oysters....)

Nova Scotia, Canada
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Yes, please!

Richmond, Texas
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BethNBob, I like your idea. And I totally understand needing a map in NO. Beer does wash down oysters quite nicely.

Once year on Isla I was out to find my favorite Guacamole. Another year it was shrimp tacos! Maybe this year it will be Ceviche.

Chickamauga, Georgia
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Aggiemom, where was your favorite guacamole? Once st Chuuk Kay they had the BEST guacamole, kind of chopped pieces with lots of lime, but the next time I went it was just ...meh...