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    Do you have regular places you like to go out to eat time and time again and why?

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    Name: Crazy Jim's
    Type: Greek
    Repeat reasons: quiet, all wall tables, good price, good food, family owned/worked.
    Recommended food: Gyro Feta Pita
    Location: 15th Ave/Indian School

    Name: Spoke & Wheel
    Type: American
    Repeat reasons: great burgers, not expensive, usually quiet and pretty chill, so many wall boothes! Sports on TV's (muted) if you like that kind of stuff
    Recommended food: Any burger with sweet potato waffle fries
    Location: Central/Dunlap
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    Name : Philly's Famous
    Type : Philly Cheese Steaks
    Repeat reasons : Good, home made style cheese stakes from a local mom and pop place that's close to home.
    Recommended food : everything.
    Location : Ray and Alma School

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    Name: Akaihana (Mr Sushi)
    Type: Sushi
    Repeat reasons: great food, decent price (but probably our most expensive date), good location/recent remodel. They have a Happy Hour too.
    Recommended food: Blue Flame (which Noel tells me isn't really sushi but I like it a lot), Hollywood, etc.
    Location: I-17/Northern
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    Name: Haymakers
    Type: Family fare / American
    Repeat reason: close to the house with a broad menu, local beers, and strong gluten free options (so basically, we are all happy eating there). Local business that beats the Chili's/Friday's/Applebee's experience (same general vein of family style sit down, though... just better.)
    Recommended food: The open faced chili burger, any breakfast item
    Location: Happy Valley and Lake Pleasant Pkwy
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    Name: Kawaii Sushi and Asian Cuisine
    Type: Japanese / elegant look but a casual feel
    Repeat reason: Close to home, Betty's dad owns it (but I'm not being bias), really friendly hostess, awesome happy hour specials, amazing food. Best sushi in the west valley.
    Recommended food: ANY of their sushi, Singapore Noodle, Chicken Lettuce Wrap, Salt and Pepper Soft Shell Crab, House Special Fried Rice
    Location: 67th Ave & Happy Valley. 6530 W Happy Valley Rd #112, Glendale, AZ 85310
    http://www.kawaiisushiaz.com/menu-gallery.html

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    Name: YC's Mongolian BBQ.
    Type: Create your own stir fry.
    Repeat reason: I like the noodles. Decent amount of food for the money.
    Recommended food: Small bowl, chicken, onions, mushrooms, wheat noodles. A little of the cayan seasoning, 4 scoops of YC's own, 3 scoops of spicy hunan, 1 scoop of garlic.
    Location: Several, mostly in SE valley, see their web site.
    Web site: http://www.ycs-mongoliangrill.com/

    Name: Cornish Pasty Co.
    Type: Hot Pockets, but better.
    Repeat reason: Uhh, Cajun Chicken with chipotle sauce and a glass of root beer. Mmm.
    Recommended food: Cajun Chicken.
    Location: 5 AZ locations, see their web site.
    Web site: http://www.cornishpastyco.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by K7VZ View Post
    Name: Cornish Pasty Co.
    Type: Hot Pockets, but better.
    Repeat reason: Uhh, Cajun Chicken with chipotle sauce and a glass of root beer. Mmm.
    Recommended food: Cajun Chicken.
    Location: 5 AZ locations, see their web site.
    Web site: http://www.cornishpastyco.com/

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