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Beyond 1833: dining in pacific grove, Monterey, Carmel

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 02:21 PM

Heading down to Asilomar for the weekend as I often do with the fam, and wondering what good food can be found.

My daughter has an unreasonable love for Fishwife, which is not particularly good but it's close.
I really like 1833, but was thinking I'd like to try something different for our "nice" meal out. I've enjoyed fifi's in Pacific Grove, and post-aquarium the restaurant C is our favorite post aquarium lunch spot.

Cuisine is less a determinant than deliciousness.

"Gourmandise is not unbecoming to women: it suits the delicacy of their organs and recompenses them for some pleasures they cannot enjoy, and for some evils to which they are doomed." Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin

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