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The neighborhood I lived in in Wisconsin had a supper club on the main road. I’d barely get through the door and Neil (the bartender) would be mixing an Old Fashioned, which was waiting for me by the time I made it to the bar. Sorta miss those days — and the onion rings and relish tray.
Brandy Old Fashioned Sweet? The national cocktail of Wisconsin?
 

François Pugh

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A&W -Teen Burger Meal.
McDonald's -Toss up between Big Mac and 1/4 pounder with cheese meal.
Adanac Ski Hill -Turkey Chipotle Paninni with everything
The Keg -toss up between roast beast (prime rib) and New York Striploin (with Lobster tail)
Pizza -pepperoni hot peppers and bacon
Most oriental restaurants -hot and sour soup.
Pubs hot chicken wings - usually.
 

Scruffy

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Johnny seesaws restaurant - duck poutine, sip of sunshine on draft
Oh, Johnny Seesaws is back in business? Cool. Stayed there many years ago when it was an Inn of sorts and restaurant. Good eats and nice cottages. The legend is, the place use to be a brothel back in the day.


I think it's the millenials' unarticulated desire for lost community.
Yeah, I think lost community is a big issue for all of society these days. I think it explains a lot of the crazy we see on the news anymore.
 

Dwight

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The neighborhood I lived in in Wisconsin had a supper club on the main road. I’d barely get through the door and Neil (the bartender) would be mixing an Old Fashioned, which was waiting for me by the time I made it to the bar. Sorta miss those days — and the onion rings and relish tray.
To be honest, that is half the people in Wisconsin on a Friday night. :)

Friday Fish fry = Walleye for me.
 

Jilly

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Tim Hortons - medium dark roast black. And they know my name too! Artisan grilled cheese and bacon.
Fat Mardi's (Tremblant) Pinot Grigio, Bourbon St. Burger
La Diable - (Tremblant) Diable burger
Paulo's (Italian) pizza of the day.

Don't eat out much at home. And we don't have the same chain restaurants in Canada.
 

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Tim Hortons - medium dark roast black. And they know my name too! Artisan grilled cheese and bacon.
Fat Mardi's (Tremblant) Pinot Grigio, Bourbon St. Burger
La Diable - (Tremblant) Diable burger
Paulo's (Italian) pizza of the day.

Don't eat out much at home. And we don't have the same chain restaurants in Canada.
We discovered Tim Hortons on a trip to Toronto 3 years ago to watch our son play basketball. They’re a great place and are everywhere you look up there.
 

Wilhelmson

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Dunkin keeps getting worse and worse. I used to stop at Tim Hortons in RI and it was nothing to brag about. McDonalds is a bit better. Like handicapping a Jets v Buffalo game.
 

Jacob

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We discovered Tim Hortons on a trip to Toronto 3 years ago to watch our son play basketball. They’re a great place and are everywhere you look up there.
Much better than Dunkin Donuts!!
I think Dunkin Donuts is swill. Tim Hortons RULES!!! Wish they were everywhere here. I might go to Starbucks less!!!
As an Oklahoman, I highly recommend you try Daylight Donuts. Denver and SLC each have a couple of locations. Or if, God forbid, someone forces you to go to Tulsa or OKC, they're all over the place there.
 

Jenny

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Here's the next level... I went into the local pizza/sub shop often enough for lunch for quite a while that I didn't even need to order. I'd sit down and they would just bring me my food.

Philly cheese-chicken plain, fries, diet Coke
We had a Thai place (now closed) here in town that recognized my voice on the phone when calling in takeout - always the same two orders, #26 Hot and #37 medium.
 

surfsnowgirl

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I can't turn down any donut, but the only truly great ones are the apple cider donuts from the local orchard. Most orchard donuts rock!
One of the staples of fall here :).... Fresh cider donut washed down by a glass of fresh apple cider.... OMG..... foodgasm
 

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