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Winter Restaurant Season starts at Anatolia's with the Cross Cultural Group

Alas, Festival Season is over. I hope everyone enjoyed visiting Greek, Romanian, Russian, Asian and whatever festivals we tried out this summer. But unfortunately that is pretty much shut down til April. But that means it is time to wander through some eateries in town that specialize in cuisine from their culture, Im hoping some of our members are willing to share names of places that most of us have never heard of. But until then we will start out with a favorite that we visit at least once every year. Anatolia Cafe on Lee.
http://www.anatoliaca... Now I'm not Turkish, but those who are or have spent significant time in that part of the world tell me this place is pretty legit and offers real Turkish Meals and not Americanized versions of Turkish food. So that's it-now send some suggestions

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  • Val

    GREAT - GREAT FOOD/ WONDERFUL CONVERSATON - COULD NOT HAVE BEEN BETTER !

    November 9, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Love Anatolia! :)

    November 9, 2010

  • Calvin R.

    OK all, Reservation is under the name Rydbom-and bring cash, its easier

    November 7, 2010

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