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March 27, 2009


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Sarah Bell

Looks so classy and fun. The Union Square Sidecar looks so yummy! :D


I loooooooooooooveeeeee Millennium when I was in SF!!!!!!

And I got the same Black Bean Torte!! Wasn't it divine? Looks like a fabulous dinner.

Courtney (The Hungry Yogini)

What an aweseome restaurant! I had a feeling that the executive chef went to the natural gourmet institute in NYC (which is where I want to go!) and sure enough when I clicked over, he did!! Love these types of restuarants!! What a fun night!


Wow your blog is really cool and has made me really hungry! I'm going to my grandma's for collard greens and potato salad in 30 minutes. :o)


Wow, more lovely food and drink. I just wonder how you managed to fit in any work! Y


Wow, what an amazing place Diana, it looks just beautiful and the pictures are amazing. So glad you were able to get in after that long walk with the massive heals, ha ha!! The food and drinks are beautiful, especially that kiwi number, yummmmm. Now it's actually 12:03am and I am hungry after reading this delicious post, I'm off to get a snack!!


That looks like one heck of a restaurant that needs to be visited. I would definitely encourage you to get the cookbook, if anything as a momento of the trip there :)

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Maine is the only state on the eastern seaboard that I have not been to. Perhaps a trip is in my future. Some of my best antiquing was done in New Hampshire. We actually planned a trip around Salem Mass., one year and the kids still talk about it. They loved it!

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