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  • Post #61 - October 6th, 2007, 3:29 pm
    Post #61 - October 6th, 2007, 3:29 pm Post #61 - October 6th, 2007, 3:29 pm
    ^^^
    Those images are delectable. You have a real talent there. I have never even heard of Oceanique, a real shame. However now that I have, it goes on the list of places to try for those special occasions.

    Wow.
  • Post #62 - October 9th, 2007, 1:34 pm
    Post #62 - October 9th, 2007, 1:34 pm Post #62 - October 9th, 2007, 1:34 pm
    I agree with you Ronnie I have dinned at Oceanique twice and both times the service and food were excellent, and like you I once lived a few blocks away but it took me a couple of years before I decided to give the place a try.

    I haven't been back in a few years, after seeing those pictures it will be next for a special occasion dinner.
  • Post #63 - October 9th, 2007, 2:08 pm
    Post #63 - October 9th, 2007, 2:08 pm Post #63 - October 9th, 2007, 2:08 pm
    Diane wrote:Someone may have asked you this before, but what kind of camera and what settings do you use? Your photos are beautiful.

    Thanks, Diane (and everyone else), for the kind comments. Those pics were taken in .raw mode with a Canon 20D and a Canon 17-85mm lens (f 4-5.6). It was fairly dark in the restaurant, so I shot with the ISO at 3200, which does add a bit of noise to the images.

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  • Post #64 - October 21st, 2007, 1:52 pm
    Post #64 - October 21st, 2007, 1:52 pm Post #64 - October 21st, 2007, 1:52 pm
    The wife and I took another couple to dinner here last night. I have never been tempted to try this place before. My wife claims to have had a date here on her 21st Birthday while a student at Northwestern. That was 15 years ago and she has never returned although she claims the food was great back then. The restaurant was basically an entirely new experience for the 4 of us.

    We dined at Oceanique because the other couple choose the venue and had heard good things, we didnt feel like going into the city because of Edens construction hassles and they rejected my suggestion to try any of the Tramonto restaurants in Wheeling.

    The food was very good, not great. Most of it did look as good as what is portrayed in the pictures posted supra. Presentation is apparently one of the chef's strong suits.

    I wanted to love this place but I just didnt. The restaurant is showing its 20 years and needs a bit of a spruce up. I love the the whole buy locally and sustainably theme, mentioned all over the website and menu, and was suprised when the staff was pushing hard Australian Barimundi and Maine Lobster. Also, the cost of eating at this restaurant was astonishing. I have no problem paying significant money for a meal at an iconic restaurant or for one that serves food that just knocks my socks off. The dinner portion of the check for 4 was over $300...we each had a starter, salad and entree....+3 deserts. With coffee and two nice bottles (sub $100) of wine this dinner cost well over $600 with tax and tip.

    I left dinner wishing we had gone to avenues, moto, alinea, trotters, etc.

    The food itself, again, was very good not great. Without giving a blow by blow account, The grilled calamari and shrimp appetizer with a sake essence was very nice. It looked beautiful, but i couldnt help but feel that I could have had better calamari at half a dozen other places. This, BTW, was described to us as a signature starter. My rare yellowfin entree was overcooked. Honestly, i get a nicer piece of yellowfin at Happi Sushi 3 blocks from my house.

    The wine list is very nice (they have won several wine spectator awards) and the sommelier poured us an "almost" sauterne with desert that we really enjoyed (actually more then the just ok deserts)

    When we walked out my friend turned to me and said, that was great but we should have gone to avenues, i felt the exact same way. I would find it hard to recommend this place.
  • Post #65 - October 22nd, 2007, 10:11 am
    Post #65 - October 22nd, 2007, 10:11 am Post #65 - October 22nd, 2007, 10:11 am
    Although both Oceanique and Avenues are superb, I wouldn't compare them with each other (and I have dined at both this year). They are entirely different kinds of places; Oceanique is a "casual fine dining" type place (a la Spring, one sixtyblue, Blackbird), whereas Avenues is a fancy splurge place more akin to Charlie Trotter's and Tru. And the prices are entirely different, as well; including moderate wine and tax/tip, we paid $100/person at Oceanique, $250/person at Avenues. (We ordered a lot of courses at both; you can pay less than these prices at either place with fewer courses, or you can pay more with greater quality/quantity of wine/alcohol.)

    If you're looking for a fancy splurge type place with the utmost in creativity, Avenues is an excellent choice. If you're looking for a more casual place with food that knocks your socks off (it's superb, as delicious as Ronnie's photos make it appear), then Oceanique is an excellent choice.
  • Post #66 - October 22nd, 2007, 10:47 am
    Post #66 - October 22nd, 2007, 10:47 am Post #66 - October 22nd, 2007, 10:47 am
    nsxtasy wrote:Although both Oceanique and Avenues are superb, I wouldn't compare them with each other (and I have dined at both this year). They are entirely different kinds of places; Oceanique is a "casual fine dining" type place (a la Spring, one sixtyblue, Blackbird), whereas Avenues is a fancy splurge place more akin to Charlie Trotter's and Tru. And the prices are entirely different, as well; including moderate wine and tax/tip, we paid $100/person at Oceanique, $250/person at Avenues..


    This is exactly my point. The bill at Oceanique was over $600 with tax and tip for 4 people. We had a bottle of NV Veuve and an $85 Pinot Noir (Not exactly outrageously priced wines). For not that much of an upcharge we could have dined at Avenues, Trotters, etc. I guess what I am really trying to say is that IMHO Oceanique is a very poor value for the dollar when compared with other "casual fine dining" establishments and that I would have rather spent just a little more money (I know this is relative) and had a far superior meal at say Trotters or Avenues or any number of other places. I wasnt trying to compare Oceanique to Avenues...What I was trying to say is that they dont compare...
  • Post #67 - October 22nd, 2007, 11:18 am
    Post #67 - October 22nd, 2007, 11:18 am Post #67 - October 22nd, 2007, 11:18 am
    I'd say changing venues to Avenues, Trotters et.al. would have been more than a minor upcharge. More like double would be my guess.

    A $150 per head with wine dinner is about right for a place like Oceanique. Trotters however is $130ish per person plus another $90ish per persone for wines.
  • Post #68 - October 22nd, 2007, 11:56 am
    Post #68 - October 22nd, 2007, 11:56 am Post #68 - October 22nd, 2007, 11:56 am
    While I like Oceanique, I've found the markups on the wine list to be on the high side. Otherwise, it's a great place.
  • Post #69 - October 22nd, 2007, 12:59 pm
    Post #69 - October 22nd, 2007, 12:59 pm Post #69 - October 22nd, 2007, 12:59 pm
    iblock9 wrote:This is exactly my point.

    And that is exactly MY point. Your bill was as high as it was, not because of the food, but because you ordered somewhat expensive wines ($85 is not what I consider "moderately priced"; Oceanique has plenty of choices in the $40-60 range, and even a few below that. Oceanique's wine list is here and includes prices.). If you go to Avenues, chances are you're going to spend a lot more than the $250/person I spent, assuming you order somewhat-higher-priced wines similar to what you ordered at Oceanique.

    Let's look at actual numbers. At Oceanique, as noted on the current menu shown on their website, most starters are in the $12-16 range, soups/salads slightly less than that, and most non-vegetarian entrees $26-36. So for four courses, before alcohol/tax/tip, you're looking at $55-70. They also offer a 3-course special menu (except Saturdays) for $42, and a 6-course tasting menu for $75.

    When I went to Avenues in March, they offered 3-, 5, and 10-course dinners for $90, $120, and $160; since then, I have heard they changed their menu to 5, 10, and 15 courses, presumably with prices in the $120-200 range, before alcohol/tax/tip.

    So you're comparing one restaurant with another that costs 2.5-3 times as much, comparing apples to apples (i.e. either before alcohol/tax/tip, or with inexpensive wines, somewhat expensive wines, or extremely expensive wines). That's NOT "just a little more money".
  • Post #70 - October 22nd, 2007, 2:44 pm
    Post #70 - October 22nd, 2007, 2:44 pm Post #70 - October 22nd, 2007, 2:44 pm
    I am looking at my receipt right now. Aprox $300 of the tab was food related before tip. The bar bill was $165 and $24 in tax. For the purposes of the rest of my post the bar bill isnt important because I am only really trying to point out that I dont believe the prices at oceanique reflect the value of the food product only. I wont pretend to know anything about wine.

    We had 2 Calamari and 2 Scallop Appetizers @ $13 and $16 ea. 3 salads at either $11 or $13 ea and 1 soup (lobster) at $13. The entrees were priced at between $29 and $36 bucks. dessert was $10 a pop x 3. Coffee was $2.95 a cup.

    Why point these prices out? If you do the math you will see that for a starter, salad/soup, entree and dessert we are over $75 a head before tip. We could have gone to Trotters, for instance, and had a 7 course grand menu or an 8 course vegetarian menu with coffee included for $155 and $130. At Tru we could have ordered the 3 course for $95. At Moto a 5 Course menu is $70 and at Carlos a 7 course degastation is $90. I could not find Avenues prices on their website that is why they arent listed. Apples to Apples, of course not. From a value persepctive do I wish that I paid the upcharge at Trotters, Tru or Carlos or the downcharge at Moto. Yes, without a doubt. The food at Oceanique doesnt compare to these places except that it is nearly as expensive. I have now been to each of these restaurants and while I understand that the significance of the price difference is relative (i tried to point this out in my last post) IMO it is only slightly significant in terms of the overall experience offered at Oceanique verses any of these and many other restaurants. Looking at a side by side price comparison I am even more sure that I would not dine at Oceanique again in favor of any other number of much better (in a variety of ways) choices in town. Just my 2 cents...
  • Post #71 - October 22nd, 2007, 3:06 pm
    Post #71 - October 22nd, 2007, 3:06 pm Post #71 - October 22nd, 2007, 3:06 pm
    Let us all agree that if Oceanique still has its $35 three course pre-fixe it is a very good deal, indeed.
  • Post #72 - October 22nd, 2007, 4:28 pm
    Post #72 - October 22nd, 2007, 4:28 pm Post #72 - October 22nd, 2007, 4:28 pm
    GAF wrote:Let us all agree that if Oceanique still has its $35 three course pre-fixe it is a very good deal, indeed.

    How about if they have it for $42? :wink: That's the three-course shown on their website as available Monday-Friday. The selections are limited, but it's an excellent deal.

    If you're going on a day other than Saturday, they also have a coupon on their website for $25 off a dinner of $75 or more (not valid with the 3-course special). They're still honoring it even though it's past the expiration date on the coupon.
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  • Post #73 - October 22nd, 2007, 4:29 pm
    Post #73 - October 22nd, 2007, 4:29 pm Post #73 - October 22nd, 2007, 4:29 pm
    GAF wrote:Let us all agree that if Oceanique still has its $35 three course pre-fixe it is a very good deal, indeed.


    This wasnt offered on Sat night. There was a 6 course for $75, we didnt love the mains offered--sea bream and rack of pork. The three course seems like a better offering even if they count the sorbet as a course
  • Post #74 - October 9th, 2009, 2:44 pm
    Post #74 - October 9th, 2009, 2:44 pm Post #74 - October 9th, 2009, 2:44 pm
    Had an excellent dinner at Oceanique last night. I'm glad I didn't read this thread or the other one about Oceanique before we went, because we might not have gone due to the wildly varying opinions and the price. For some reason, my husband wanted seafood, and it was his birthday, so he picked.

    I was glad I went to the website and found the $25 off coupon, because we don't generally eat at restaurants this fancy/pricey. We were trying to think of the last place that would compare, and decided it was L'Etoile in Madison seven years ago.

    So I start out with the admission that we don't have much point of comparison. But we really liked Oceanique and if our consciences allowed us to spend money this way, we would go several times a year...

    I was a bit surprised today to see that several of the dishes that ronnie suburban photographed two years ago were exactly what we had last night. The complimentary ceviche amuse bouche was good (exactly like ronnie's photo with the flattened bit of scallion circling the raw salmon), but neither of us is a big fan of raw fish. The beet salad with warm goat cheese was terrific; the heirloom tomato salad was the low point of the meal, with mealy tomatoes (I would not have served these in my house, much less at a restaurant). The chicken liver mousse amuse bouche was melt-in-the-mouth, wow, fabulous. A four-berry sorbet palate cleanser with a touch of mint was also excellent. I was nervous when we both ordered the bouillabaisse because if it turned out not to be great, the dinner would be spoiled. I needn't have worried, it was absolutely delicious, all the various seafoods cooked to perfection, in a wonderfully spiced tomato sauce.

    The service was very attentive, friendly but polite (or is that polite but friendly) and made us feel quite comfortable, even though, as I say, it is not what we are accustomed to. We were under-dressed and had ordered one glass each of the cheapest wine on the menu, and with the coupon, ate and drank for less than $75 per person, including coffee, dessert and tip, but both felt that we were treated as well as if we had been throwing money around and wearing diamonds. While we were waiting for coffee and dessert (one panna cotta and one pot au creme), we were each given a glass of dessert wine. (I wanted to take half the pot au creme home, it was so very good and so very rich.)

    Not that I expect this to come up again any time soon, but for those of you who eat in fancy places more often (or who grew up in a place where mussel-eating etiquette was part of your childhood training (it was not relevant in central Ohio)), what is the proper polite way to eat a mussel? Can you stick part of the shell in your mouth or use it to scoop up sauce? Or is that only in lower-class places?
  • Post #75 - October 11th, 2009, 7:29 pm
    Post #75 - October 11th, 2009, 7:29 pm Post #75 - October 11th, 2009, 7:29 pm
    I continue to enjoy Oceanique. In spite of the mixed reviews here, my wife and I always have a great experience when we get a chance to visit the spot. As mentioned above, it's a welcoming, comfortable place without any shred of attitude. Food has always been more than solid and wine suggestions are spot-on. It's one of our favorite nearby haunts, although lately we are far less haunted given young kids and fashionable penny-pinching.

    As far as I'm concerned, you should eat mussels any way that makes you happy. I think Oceanique is the sort of place where no one will care as long as you enjoy your meal. I prefer, though, to remove the mussel from the shell with a fork and then go after the remaining broth with crusty bread.
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  • Post #76 - October 12th, 2009, 7:39 pm
    Post #76 - October 12th, 2009, 7:39 pm Post #76 - October 12th, 2009, 7:39 pm
    It took me a long time to adapt to a fork and spoon as a child, and I still lick my plate when my husband isn't looking, so it seems to me that mussels should be eaten without the aid of a fork... but as I said above, I really don't know from mussels, I grew up in Ohio.

    Welcoming and comfortable are good words for Oceanique, despite how elegant it is.

    It's out of our price range, so I doubt we go there again for quite awhile, but I liked it quite a bit, and felt like it was good value for the money, for that matter.
  • Post #77 - October 15th, 2009, 7:06 am
    Post #77 - October 15th, 2009, 7:06 am Post #77 - October 15th, 2009, 7:06 am
    $35 for $75 Groupon deal - http://www.groupon.com/deals/oceanique? ... newsletter
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  • Post #78 - February 26th, 2011, 9:30 am
    Post #78 - February 26th, 2011, 9:30 am Post #78 - February 26th, 2011, 9:30 am
    Six of us had an amazing meal at Oceanique last night. Coincidentally, it was restaurant week and we were lucky enough that most of the dishes we wanted happened to be on their Restaurant Week Prix Fix. My wife and I split a venison pate and seared scallops. The pate was pretty traditional and very good. The scallops were served with a nice, spicy kimchi sauce. Most of us had Maine lobster with golden beets and yuzu for an entree. The lobster itself was pretty mild, but the overall dish had a lot of complexity. We also had oysters with sturgeon caviar. It may seem clear that I don't remember all of the details. The restaurant week menu came with dessert and they just brought the table one of everything, all of which were very good. Perhaps because it was restaurant week, our dinner came with a lot of little amuses, palate cleansers, etc.

    Overall it was an excellent meal. I hadn't been to Oceanique in a long time, but I'll be going back very soon. The restaurant week menus (there is a $33 version and a $44 version) are incredible deals.
  • Post #79 - February 26th, 2011, 11:39 am
    Post #79 - February 26th, 2011, 11:39 am Post #79 - February 26th, 2011, 11:39 am
    I think it was mentioned in another thread, and now of course I can't find it, but as a reminder - due to Northwestern's proximity Oceanique normally has some sort of lower price, prix fix deal. The catch is that I think you need to ask for it explicitly. It's called something like the NU prix fix :) I don't think it's available every night (prob not Fri and Sat?) so call them and ask to be sure.
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  • Post #80 - February 26th, 2011, 12:44 pm
    Post #80 - February 26th, 2011, 12:44 pm Post #80 - February 26th, 2011, 12:44 pm
    leek wrote:I think it was mentioned in another thread, and now of course I can't find it, but as a reminder - due to Northwestern's proximity Oceanique normally has some sort of lower price, prix fix deal. The catch is that I think you need to ask for it explicitly. It's called something like the NU prix fix :) I don't think it's available every night (prob not Fri and Sat?) so call them and ask to be sure.


    My understanding is that a fair number of Evanston restaurants have this type of NU deal.
  • Post #81 - February 27th, 2011, 2:53 pm
    Post #81 - February 27th, 2011, 2:53 pm Post #81 - February 27th, 2011, 2:53 pm
    At our visit week before last (pre-Restaurant Week), we received menus with the $85 7-course prix fixe, but no mention of the $50 3-course prix fixe. We had to ask for the latter. If you didn't know to ask for it, it seems the staff won't clue you in about it (although the website mentions it). I believe that's also called the NU menu. And it ends up being more than three courses, because the chef usually throws in a few extras.
  • Post #82 - July 15th, 2011, 10:00 am
    Post #82 - July 15th, 2011, 10:00 am Post #82 - July 15th, 2011, 10:00 am
    I've been meaning to eat here for the past 3 years or so (top rated restaurant on my iPhone's Zagat app), but it has always slipped my mind when deciding what to eat for the night. LivingSocial offered a deal a few months back for a 5 course meal for two, so I jumped on it. Last night, I was finally able to redeem my coupon and boy, am I happy we did.

    The menu posted was pretty accurate
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    The meal started off with some bread and butter
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    Chef's Surprise was a Halibut Ceviche
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    a nice, refreshing palette cleanser and a good sign of things to come

    Day Boat Scallops
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    Venison Pate
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    Added bonus - Wild Alaskan Halibut with Pinot Noir
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    Rasberry Sorbet with Diced Apple and Mint
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    Wild Alaskan Ivory King Salmon Slow Roasted
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    What a beauty. Smoky and refreshing.

    Chilean Turbot Bacon, Turnip, Morels, Tarragon
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    Simply delicious. Cooked perfectly. Perhaps a little on the salty side, but the smokiness made it balance.

    Day & Night Cake
    Layers of Chocolate Mousse, Whipped Cream Chantilly, Chocolate Cake w/Chocolate Ice Cream
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    Had a bite - wasn't my thing. Chocolate is often too rich for me. Fiancee died.

    Napolean
    Three Tiers of Puff Pastry filled w/Vanilla Mousseline & Berries Chocolate Sauce
    Front:
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    Back:
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    Now we're talkin'. Nice, flaky, creamy. The good stuff.

    What a great restaurant, and a great chef. Really nice guy to boot - came by and greeted every table to chit-chat about this and that. Talked about how much of a blessing it was that he could come in to work everyday and work with his whole family. That love is present in every dish.
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  • Post #83 - July 15th, 2011, 11:22 am
    Post #83 - July 15th, 2011, 11:22 am Post #83 - July 15th, 2011, 11:22 am
    *edit*

    Kman was helping out by posting Oceanique's address in this thread. Seems we have a few Oceanique threads going (ronnie_suburban's beautiful photos can be found here)
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  • Post #84 - July 15th, 2011, 11:30 am
    Post #84 - July 15th, 2011, 11:30 am Post #84 - July 15th, 2011, 11:30 am
    Well if the mods ever choose to merge the threads they can feel free to prune my post appropriately - until then, should anyone be searching, there's some measure of completeness.

    BTW, great pics - makes me consider venturing north of the border into Evanston. :)
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  • Post #85 - July 15th, 2011, 2:58 pm
    Post #85 - July 15th, 2011, 2:58 pm Post #85 - July 15th, 2011, 2:58 pm
    Stunning pictures, really stunning. Makes me eager to return. Again. Thanks for the post.
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  • Post #86 - July 15th, 2011, 4:32 pm
    Post #86 - July 15th, 2011, 4:32 pm Post #86 - July 15th, 2011, 4:32 pm
    Oceanique is a lovely place, and has been for many years now, since way back in the day when it was known as Jaton, IIRC. I've eaten many a meal there over the years, and have never been disappointed. Amazing consistency. And they are fellow Red Wings fans! I couldn't ask for more. :)

    Glad you liked it, Incite. The Main/Chicago Ave. 'hood is full of great eats. Just make certain to avoid Lupita's (Custer & Main) like the proverbial plague. :shock:
  • Post #87 - July 15th, 2011, 5:24 pm
    Post #87 - July 15th, 2011, 5:24 pm Post #87 - July 15th, 2011, 5:24 pm
    sundevilpeg wrote:Oceanique is a lovely place, and has been for many years now, since way back in the day when it was known as Jaton, IIRC. I've eaten many a meal there over the years, and have never been disappointed. Amazing consistency. And they are fellow Red Wings fans! I couldn't ask for more. :)

    Glad you liked it, Incite. The Main/Chicago Ave. 'hood is full of great eats. Just make certain to avoid Lupita's (Custer & Main) like the proverbial plague. :shock:


    Ive always thought Oceanique is in the midrange (not bad but not excellent). I think Quince is the place to go in Evanston.I do agree with the Main/Chicago ave statement though, especially when it comes to Piron nearby.
  • Post #88 - November 18th, 2011, 2:29 pm
    Post #88 - November 18th, 2011, 2:29 pm Post #88 - November 18th, 2011, 2:29 pm
    From the friendly folks at Oceanique, a sneak preview:

    "Bonjour everyone!

    Big update for us as we are ecstatic to announce that Oceanique will be featured this weekend on WTTW 11 Chicago's television program 'Check, Please!' airing tonight @ 8PM, Saturday, @ 4:30PM and Sunday at Noon!

    Please stop by this weekend and join us in celebration for a cocktail or a glass of bubbly!"
  • Post #89 - November 19th, 2011, 12:06 am
    Post #89 - November 19th, 2011, 12:06 am Post #89 - November 19th, 2011, 12:06 am
    sundevilpeg wrote:From the friendly folks at Oceanique, a sneak preview:

    "Bonjour everyone!

    Big update for us as we are ecstatic to announce that Oceanique will be featured this weekend on WTTW 11 Chicago's television program 'Check, Please!' airing tonight @ 8PM, Saturday, @ 4:30PM and Sunday at Noon!

    Please stop by this weekend and join us in celebration for a cocktail or a glass of bubbly!"


    I was a little surprised by how lukewarm most of the comments were from the two reviewers who visited Oceanique on the recommendation of the third. Although a rather large part of the younger woman's problem with the restaurant seemed to be that she had to leave the city and go to the suburbs to dine there--gasp!
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  • Post #90 - November 19th, 2011, 11:35 am
    Post #90 - November 19th, 2011, 11:35 am Post #90 - November 19th, 2011, 11:35 am
    Although a rather large part of the younger woman's problem with the restaurant seemed to be that she had to leave the city and go to the suburbs to dine there--gasp!


    She was an ignorant idiot. HATED her sing-song-y putdown of the perfectly nice decor, and the low noise level. Ummmm. . .what?

    Stick to your porn brunch at Twisted Spoke, Trixie. Feh.

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