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Old 10-13-2015, 12:00 AM   #21
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In BC, Genoa Bay Cafe at Genoa Bay, Vancouver Island; Shipyard Restaurant and Pub, Maple Bay, Vancouver Island; Silva Bay Restaurant and Pub at Silva Bay, Gabriola Island; Penny's Palapa Restaurant, Port Authority Harbor in Nanaimo, Vancouver Island.
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Old 10-13-2015, 12:05 AM   #22
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Cricket Cove on the ICW just south of little river inlet (easy in easy out cheap fuel too) You wont believe the fried green tomatoes !!
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In BC, Genoa Bay Cafe at Genoa Bay, Vancouver Island; Shipyard Restaurant and Pub, Maple Bay, Vancouver Island; Silva Bay Restaurant and Pub at Silva Bay, Gabriola Island; Penny's Palapa Restaurant, Port Authority Harbor in Nanaimo, Vancouver Island.
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They serve food at Hooters? Hmmmm... I never noticed.
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Old 10-13-2015, 02:13 AM   #25
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No, we've been going to those places for ages.
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They serve food at Hooters? Hmmmm... I never noticed.
The ones on the water are best, probably due to the opportunity for cool breezes from the water!
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Old 10-13-2015, 07:32 AM   #27
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Il Capuccino in Sag Harbor, NY. Some of the best Italian food ever.
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Old 10-13-2015, 10:53 AM   #29
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I can't choose just one. If forced I'd choose Peter Luger in Brooklyn because I'm partial to steaks. Maybe a favorite in each location might be possible. We eat on board more than some and less than others, but one of the pleasures of cruising is sampling new restaurants and cuisine along the way.

Our best tool for restaurant selection? Google Maps. Typing in "Restaurants near xxx" and looking at the ratings and reviews. Better than word of mouth? In some cases. Just know if the person sharing has tastes similar to yours. There's one ICW restaurant in NC that we've heard various people absolutely rave about, but we became a little suspicious as it seemed the quantity of food was what they were talking about or, in the case of one person I know, it's a steak house and he gets the hamburger as that's what he gets everywhere. Second worst Prime Rib I've ever had and it's hard to have bad prime rib. Coinjock.
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The ones on the water are best, probably due to the opportunity for cool breezes from the water!
Ahh yes, love the places with cool breezes.
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For a special occasion, Marquesas' Café, Key West. Cruising through New Orleans, Brisbi's at West End for local seafood in a casual atmosphere.
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A recent post about some good Mexican food prompted me to start this thread about experiencing great food while cruising aboard your boat.

Tell us about a favorite eatery you discovered along some of your journeys.
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Just wondering if any / many are posting the recommendations on Active Captain?

One of my favorites on the NY Erie Canal is the Texas Smokehouse (not sure if that's the name but it's only a block from the canal wall tie-ups) in Spencerport (W of Rochester)
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I feel sorry for the West Coasters in California. No good food from San Diego to San Fran?
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I feel sorry for the West Coasters in California. No good food from San Diego to San Fran?
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I would think it would have to be on the water to qualify, and Beverly Hills, downtown Brooklyn (I mean, let's throw in all of LA and New York while we're at it?). This just in: Boston, NYC, LA, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Chicago, New Orleans, Charleston, Miami to name a few all have very good restaurants. And a waterfront. How about that!
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I would think it would have to be on the water to qualify, and Beverly Hills, downtown Brooklyn (I mean, let's throw in all of LA and New York while we're at it?). This just in: Boston, NYC, LA, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Chicago, New Orleans, Charleston, Miami to name a few all have very good restaurants. And a waterfront. How about that!
Wifey B: We didn't know they had to be right by the marina. Thought a short taxi ride was ok. Oh and Beverly Hills was only after Larry's post.

Very few places I've been without a single good restaurant. I'll go back to reading and making note of those I haven't been to.
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I feel sorry for the West Coasters in California. No good food from San Diego to San Fran?

Obviously you haven't spent much time here!

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