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Sunday, 31 December 2017

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Derek R

Happy New Year Kirk! Thank you for continuing to share your adventures with all of us.

Et Voilà looks delicious as usual though I was surprised to not see any risotto! Wishing you a fantastic 2018

Alan in Clairemont

Happy New Year!! Let this coming year be tasty with no losses.

caninecologne

Happy New Year to you, your wife and to Cathy! Looking forward to reading your travel and food posts, always a treat! I appreciate all that you do to share your knowledge.

Jeni F.

Happy new year! Sending you lots of warm vibes from Minnesota.

Sandy

Happy New Year to all at mmm-yoso!

jason

Happy new year! I agree it's a good time to reflect on the year, hopefully it's filled with all the good memories of Sammy and Ed.

Kirk

Thanks Derek....for some reason; this year's menu was rather meat heavy. We had to ask if there was a pescatarian oferring.

Thanks Alan!

Hope you have a great New Year too, CC!

Happy New Year Jeni! Keep warm!

Happy New Year Sandy!

I do too Jason! Best wishes for a great 2018!

Lynnea

Happy New Year! =)

RedDevil

Happy New Year! Hope 2018 brings more delici-yoso blogging!

kat

Thank you for sharing your adventures! Hoping 2018 will be a delicious one!

Faye

Happy new year Kirk and Cathy (& Sammy & Ed from up above) -

I thought the kobe beef pic was $93/lb at first.

Et Voila is on my list to try hopefully this month !

Kirk

Happy New Year Lynnea! So nice to hear from you. Hope all is well!

Thanks RD!

I hope so too Kat!

Yeah, it's easy to think that.....though this is really Wagyu, not true Kobe beef. We find the meat offerings at Et Voila to be on the weaker side....but those folks really know how to fry. Go for Happy Hour - you need to side in the bar area. Prices are much more reasonable. Happy New Year Faye!

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