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Once Upon a Tart
135 Sullivan St.
b/w Prince & Houston St.

$$$$$

3.1

8

the first time i came here with chich (i think. or cynthia?), i had no idea where i was. but now that i’ve spent some more time in soho and more time staring at google maps, i can .. >

Ajisen Noodle Restaurant
14 Mott St.
at Chatham Sq

$$$$$

3.1

1

Ajisen Restaurant is a good place to eat cheap, no sushi, Japanese food. Their bowl of ramen is substantial and tasty. Their bbq pork rice was delicious as well. The service is goo.. >

New Malaysia
46-48 Bowery
Chinatown Arcade b/w Bowery & Elizabeth

$$$$$

3

2

Had a great day of fooding today - a quick recap: Went to my favorite Malaysian restaurant of all time in the whole city - New Malaysia restaurant (Chinatown). This place is hidden.. >

fresh.
105 Reade St.
b/w Church St. & W Broadway

$$$$$

1.3

3

The idea behind Fresh is simple enough. Eric Tevrow, the owner, also owns Early Morning Seafood, which supplies the fish to “every four star and several three and two star restaura.. >

Vesuvio Cafe & Bakery
160 Prince St.
b/w W Broadway & Thompson St.

$$$$$

3

1

i met chich here with her friends on sunday. we split a sandwich that she had ordered…tasted like mozzarella, prosciutto and olive tapenade grilled panini. i thought it was pretty .. >

Hiroko's Place
75 Thompson St.
b/w Spring & Broome St.

$$$$$

2.8

3

After Won Jo, we decided it was time for dessert. Somehow we ended up in Soho, and stumbled upon a cute little Japanese cafe. Their siphon technique of brewing coffee ultimately co.. >

Savoy
70 Prince St.
at Crosby St.

$$$$$

3

4

These days, there is nothing newsworthy about a restaurant menu that’s built around seasonal ingredients sourced from local farmers—what New York’s Adam Platt calls an “haute barny.. >

Double Crispy Bakery
230 Grand St.

$$$$$

1

Double Crispy is a pretty popular Chinese bakery for their "dan tats" as in egg custard tarts. I wanted to give it a try since many Chowhounders have claimed that their tarts are w.. >

Lucky Strike
59 Grand St.
b/w W Broadway & Wooster St.

$$$$$

2.8

2

After my dinners at Morimoto and Spring Street Natural, I still wasn’t done with my birthday celebration with food.  There were still many-a more meals to go.  I figure that my bir.. >

Tribeca Grill
375 Greenwich St.
at Franklin St.

$$$$$

3

When New York was young it was an engine and each neighborhood did its part to keep it running. Its fuel was the constant stream of goods from all over the world, arriving on ships.. >

Devin Tavern
363 Greenwich St.
b/w Harrison & Franklin St.

$$$$$

3.3

6

I had a first look at Devin Tavern late last week. The website describes it as a “rustic American tavern.” I didn’t detect much rusticity in the décor, which reminded me of a count.. >

Landmarc
179 W Broadway
b/w Leonard & Worth St.

$$$$$

3

8

Landmarc in TriBeCa was an instant hit when it opened almost three years ago. A second branch of the restaurant is expected to open in the Time-Warner Center early next year. I din.. >

Spring Street Natural
62 Spring St.
at Lafayette St.

$$$$$

3

3

I initailly had no idea that Spring Street Natural used only organic ingredients in their food; although, the name “natural” should’ve been a big hint.  I’ve walked by this place m.. >

La Esquina
106 Kenmare St.
at Lafayette St.

$$$$$

2.9

4

Last year, I celebrated my birthday at the downstairs La Esquina. My guests and I had to walk through the door marked with an Employees Only sticker, down the stairs and past the k.. >

Kittichai
60 Thompson St.
b/w Spring & Broome St.

$$$$$

2.9

5

My friend and I had dinner at Kittichai on Friday night. The Thai-inspired cuisine is artfully presented by executive chef, Ian Chalermkitticha, for whom the restaurant is named. T.. >

Nebraska Beef
15 Stone St.
b/w Whitehall & Broad St.

$$$$$

3

2

To satisfy my weekly steakhouse craving, I returned yesterday to Nebraska Beef,  mainly because I knew I could eat at the bar and watch the Mets game. Since my original report, I’v.. >

Petrarca
34 White St.
at Church St.

$$$$$

3

2

The restaurant Arqua has been dishing out solid rustic Italian fare in east TriBeCa for almost twenty years. Bryan Miller’s two-star review, dating from 1990, comes right out of a .. >

Wo Hop
17 Mott St.
b/w Mosco St. & Chatham Sq

$$$$$

3

3

Let’s be honest: There is NO bad time to go to Wo Hop. There are times, though, at which you can waltz in and sit down, and there are times that you’ll be squeezed in at the front .. >

Nyonya
194 Grand St.
b/w Mott & Mulberry St.

$$$$$

3.1

5

Fusion cuisines are all the rage, but the idea of mixing flavors across boundaries is hardly new. On Grand Street, Nyonya sits among the remnants of today's Little Italy; the resta.. >

Despana
408 Broome St.
at Lafayette St.

$$$$$

3

2

I've just returned from Spain - well, more accurately, Broome Street, but I might as well have been in Spain for all the Spanish delicacies I just purchased and ate! For eight mont.. >

Pho Saigon
52 Bowery
b/w Canal & Bayard St.

$$$$$

4

1

These are trying times we live in, good reader. Not much in this mixed-up crazy world makes a whole lot of sense. Except, of course, the fact that Vietnamese Restaurants usually se.. >

Lure FishBar
142 Mercer St.
at Prince St.

$$$$$

6

A Catch: It's counterintuitive to order a burger at a seafood restaurant, but this one rewards stubborn landlubbers with a boatload of briny deliciousness... >

Fusion Crepes
corner of Grand & Bowery

$$$$$

3

2

Located at the corner of Bowery and Grand - a fantastic little nook serving sweet & savory crepes - many with an Asian bent.  On the savory side, creative menu items include salmon.. >

BarBossa
232 Elizabeth St.
b/w Houston & Prince St.

$$$$$

1

Both times I’ve eaten at Bar Bossa, I sat in the back room with a group of friends where bathroom visitors always say, Oh, I didn’t know there was a table back here. Sitting in the.. >

Harry's Cafe
1 Hanover Square
at Pearl St.

$$$$$

3

5

In area and population, Manhattan is just a small fraction of New York City, but even so, it has broad swaths and little nooks that go uncrossed by people without specific business.. >

Peep
177 Prince St.
at Sullivan St.

$$$$$

3

2

i am loathing wordpress right now.  i had a nice witty in-progress post and when i went to save it- wordpress ate my post.  all the blood drained from my face and then my heart ski.. >

Sam's Falafel
Cedar St. b/w Broadway & Trinity Pl.

$$$$$

3.3

1

Step into Liberty Plaza (now renamed Zuccotti Park) and one pushcart stands out. Well, its line stands out, anyway. Nearly as many people are waiting in line for this one cart as a.. >

Pravda
281 Lafayette St.
b/w Prince & Houston St.

$$$$$

3

1

NYC’s high rents have been waging an undeclared war on the working class of this city for more than twenty years, but for two bars south of the 14th Street checkpoint—Pravda and KG.. >

Cart (Grand & Bowery)
corner of Grand & Bowery

$$$$$

3

1

If Marcel Proust had lived in China instead of France, these little cakes would have taken the place of his cherished Madeleines. Called “Hong Kong cakes” in English, these cakes a.. >

Vintage New York WineBar
482 Broome St.
at Wooster St.

$$$$$

3

2

My friend MassPrep and I were hoping to see "Macbeth" in Central Park earlier this summer, but after she waited in line in what a theater worker called the "longest line ever" and .. >

Nice One Bakery
47 Bayard St.

$$$$$

1

If you keep up with my flickr account, you may notice that I blog about 75% of the stuff I actually photograph. I'm too lazy to write about everything, but I'll dig up some old stu.. >

Pier 11 Cafe
11 N River Piers

$$$$$

1

Tell a New Yorker that you’d like to eat a meal outdoors, and you’ll usually be led to a restaurant where the best you can hope for is to share approximately one square yard of sid.. >

Bread Tribeca
301 Church St.
at Walker St.

$$$$$

3.1

3

There’s no way around it. No way not to admit it. I have a backlog. More restaurants visited than time to write dedicated posts about each one. That’s not wholly unusual: I head ou.. >

Province
305 Church St.
at Walker St.

$$$$$

3

2

I just had great ass sandwich.  It's made w/ mantou (this Chinese bread--the stuff they use for the buns at Momofuku) and filled w/ things like grilled chicken, braised pork should.. >

Cubana Cafe
110 Thompson St.
b/w Prince & Spring St.

$$$$$

3

1

I finally got to see the bestest this weekend!  I can’t believe she’s leaving in less than two weeks and I’ve only seen her a handful of times the entire summer!  Granted, I was ea.. >

Barbara's Cart
Broadway at Wall St.

$$$$$

3.3

1

Barbara was my model when I was learning to be a vendor. Her cart is remarkable less for the range of dishes - she serves a standard (if expanded) run of traditional pushcart fare .. >

InTent
231 Mott St.
b/w Prince & Spring St.

$$$$$

3

3

In Tent is such a hokey name for a restaurant but the main dining room indeed has a removable tent made of rust-colored silk fabric because zoning regulations do not allow a perman.. >

The Odeon
145 W Broadway
at Thomas St.

$$$$$

3

2

Today I tried to go to Blaue Gans for brunch (owned by the same people who own cafe sabarsky), but forgot that the world cup final started at 2. It was packed and had a $10 cover. .. >

Yip's
136 William St.
b/w Fulton & John St.

$$$$$

3

1

Fresh off my disappointment of no Hallo Berlin Cart on Wednesday, I was forced to find lunch in an area I haven’t eaten in before.  Walking back to work, I went down 52nd Street be.. >

Brandy Library
25 N Moore St
at Varick St.

$$$$$

2.8

1

Brandy Library is a delightful lounge for brandy, cognac, armagnac, calvados, whiskey, rum, and the like. The quiet, comfortable room is ringed with floor-to-ceiling shelves. Natur.. >

Woo Lae Oak
148 Mercer St.
b/w Prince & Houston St.

$$$$$

3.3

1

A friend of mine absolutely swears by Woo Lae Oak, a Korean barbecue restaurant in Soho. At her suggestion we gave it a try last week. The space is large, the vibe dark and sexy, t.. >

Jaya
90 Baxter St.
b/w White & Canal St.

$$$$$

2

1

Great drinks, such as Cane Sugar Drink, ABC and Cendol. Everyone's friendly (the best people I've met in any Malaysian restaurant so far), and you'll feel right at home. The bathro.. >

Healthy Desserts
150 Centre St.

$$$$$

3.1

1

I've walked by this place many times, wanted to go in, and never did. Today, I did, and I'm really glad... >

Sau Voi Café
101 Lafayette St., Ste 3

$$$$$

3.6

3

This place on the outskirts of Chinatown (conveniently a few steps off the #6 train) has alot of small dish samplers of Vietnamese food at the counter. They're going to keep me bus.. >

Nha Hang Pho Viet Huong
73 Mulberry St.
b/w Bayard & Canal St.

$$$$$

3

2

I didn't like this place. The day I went, the service was slow. I ordered a frog dish, and ended up chewing around vertebrae throughout the meal (and I don't mind that in general -.. >

Sanur
18 Doyers St.
at Chatham Sq

$$$$$

3

1

Not to be found on citysearch.com or the yellow pages, Sanur has two good things going for it - it's the only Malaysian joint in NYC that I know of that has Kueh, Kueh. And it serv.. >

Golden Fung Wong Bakery
41 Mott St.

$$$$$

3

1

Go there for their black sesame glutinous rice cake. It's terrific, and I've never seen it anywhere else in Chinatown. They also have a good solid selection of other bakery items, .. >

Tasty Dumpling
54 Mulberry St.

$$$$$

3

3

I *believe* this place is owned by the same people who own Dumpling House on Eldridge (it appears they have an identical menu). Anyway, 5 fried dumplings for $1.00 - a great deal. .. >

Chinatown Ice Cream Factory
65 Bayard St.
b/w Elizabeth & Mott St.

$$$$$

3.2

8

A famous ice cream store. And a favorite of my husband's. Exotic flavors available include lychee, almond, and taro, as well as the more conservative flavors like strawberry and pi.. >

Eastanah
212 Lafayette St.
b/w Kenmare & Spring St.

$$$$$

2.8

1

The Malaysian restaurant in Soho (the cross street is Spring). Its best selling points are that it has Murtabak and Otak Otak, which are only available elsewhere at Bali Nusa. The .. >

Thaison
89 Baxter St.
b/w Bayard & Walker St.

$$$$$

1

Not bad. Too touristy (read, clean, bright and commercial) for my tastes. But so far it's the only place that I've found Banh Xeo (Vietnamese Crepe), and that--at least--was terrif.. >

Ten Pell Chinese Restaurant
10 Pell St.
at Bowery

$$$$$

3

1

Across the street from Joe's Shanghai. The place was empty when I went in, but it gave good soup dumplings.. >

Fong Inn Too
46 Mott St.

$$$$$

3

2

There's a guy on Mott who operates out of a tiny booth on the east side of the street. He serves Fried Radish Cake and Soy Custard (Taho) - both dirt cheap, and very good. There's .. >

Lo Scalco
313 Church St.
b/w Walker & Lispenard St.

$$$$$

3.5

3

They say that timing is everything, and mine, in this case, is awkward... >

Next Door Nobu
105 Hudson St.
at Franklin St.

$$$$$

3

2

Growing up, Chinese food was the standard Sunday night dinner.  This is big among Jews.  Not sure why.  A lot of them have gone upscale to Japanese food.  Much more costly.  Last n.. >

Pepe Rosso To Go
149 Sullivan St.
b/w Prince & Spring St.

$$$$$

1

If you’re in the mood for Italian resist the tourist traps of Little Italy and head over to SOHO (about 15 minute walk) to Peppe Rosso to go. Don’t expect a full wait staff at your.. >

Salud
142 Beekman St.
b/w Front St. & South St.

$$$$$

2.4

3

Certain restaurants– most street-facing Chinatown eateries, and the pantry-sized West Village boites, for example–never let you forget that, despite the cuisine, you are still in N.. >

Golden King Bakery
90 Bowery

$$$$$

3

1

Weaknesses come in all shapes and sizes: one of my biggest takes the form of an inability to walk past a new Chinese bakery without stopping in for a treat or two (or seven). Worse.. >

Mr. Chow Tribeca
121 Hudson St.
at N Moore St.

$$$$$

3

1

There's no place like Tribeca for Mr. Chow, the culinary wizard who has managed to open gourmet doors around the world to Chinese food, once not even considered haute cuisine by th.. >

Acappella
1 Hudson St.
b/w Chambers St. & W Broadway

$$$$$

1

Acapella is my second off-the-radar Italian place this week. The restaurant claims on its website to be "home of the finest Northern Italian Cuisine on the planet." It also says th.. >

Bo Ky Restaurant
80 Bayard St.
b/w Mulberry & Mott St.

$$$$$

3

1

Sarah, along with a million other people, just couldn't stop talking about Otto's olive oil gelato. Although I've been interested in trying it for a long time (hey, I love olive oi.. >

Le Jardin Bistro
25 Cleveland Pl.
b/w Spring & Kenmare St.

$$$$$

3.2

1

Everywhere is crap on a Friday night in Manhattan, but no neighborhood is quite so crap as the Meatpacking District.  The carcasses and butchers may be gone but the meat market is .. >

Vino Vino
211 W Broadway
at Franklin St.

$$$$$

1

Vino Vino is a small wine bar in TriBeCa, right next to the old El Teddy’s lot. The space is divided by a glass partition, with the retail wine shop on the right and the wine bar o.. >

Eileen's Cheesecake
17 Cleveland Pl.
at Kenmare & Centre St.

$$$$$

3

2

... a pretty bold claim to put on a storefront window, but that's what's displayed at Eileen's Cheesecakes. I first heard of Eileen's from a friend (a real New Yorker), who unabash.. >

Flor de Sol
361 Greenwich St.
b/w Franklin & Harrison St.

$$$$$

1

1

Flor de Sol is a Spanish standout in TriBeCa. Zagat calls it "sexy" and "romantic"; I would agree... >

Capsouto Freres
451 Washington St.
at Watts St.

$$$$$

3

1

Last night, the gang and I decided to do something completely new: we all dressed up and went out to have a nice formal dinner … with some not-so-formal conversation.  After a long.. >

Deli Manjoo
corner of Canal & Lafayette St.

$$$$$

3

2

There are a ton of reasons why I hate Canal Street in Chinatown: the sheer number of people crashing into you on the sidewalks, the honking of vehicle traffic, the nasty smells of .. >

MJ Grill
110 John St.

$$$$$

1

MJ Grill is under new management. Although the signage and decor remain the same, it is now an Italian place. Within the next 2-3 months, it will be renamed Amici... >

Pho Bang Restaurant
6 Chatham Square
at E Broadway & Mott St.

$$$$$

3

2

One of the last Vietnamese restaurants in New York City that’s still not lazy about making pho that tastes like beef, Pho Bang always hits the spot. Even if I order a bowl of vermi.. >

Fresh Salt
146 Beekman St.

$$$$$

1

People have asked me how often I eat out with other people (more than I should), or how often I cook (less than I should). This week has been low on eating out...and that's probabl.. >

L&L Hawaiian Barbecue
64 Fulton St.
b/w Cliff & Gold St.

$$$$$

3.2

2

Like a magical pastry-delivering fairy, Sarah came by last night with leftovers from Bouchon Bakery. Oh, Sarah. I love you for reasons beyong your access to the baked goods that wo.. >

Saigon Bakery
138 Mott St.

$$$$$

5

1

The question of the day: Which is the superior sandwich, a roast pork banh mi or a mixed Italian cold cut hero? Is it just me, or has everyone fallen in love with the Vietnamese he.. >

Turks & Frogs Tribeca
458 Greenwich St.
b/w Watts & Desbrosses St.

$$$$$

3

1

I had a chance to check out the new Turks and Frogs Tribeca twice this week. The first time was at the opening bash where I joined crowds to rival the Barney’s Sale to feast on Tur.. >

Nagomi
179 Prince St.
b/w Thompson & Sullivan St.

$$$$$

3.2

1

The space that Nagomi now occupies has seen different tenants throughout the years. When I’m at The Room, I always end up craving for sushi for dinner which can only mean Blue Ribb.. >

Sophie's
96 Chambers St.
b/w Church St. & Broadway

$$$$$

3

3

Searching for cheap eats downtown can be a dispiriting experience, especially when you’re out with friends and hankering for something different from the chain restaurants or pushc.. >

Jerry's
101 Prince St.
b/w Mercer & Greene St.

$$$$$

3.1

2

It’s hard to believe it’s been eighteen years since Jerry’s, the Soho diner as icon, opened its heavy chrome doors. Back in the day, when it first opened, Soho was the final fronti.. >

Dodo
45 Peck Slip
at South St.

$$$$$

1

You know how you brush your teeth as soon as you've decided that you've eaten enough for the day to deter yourself from eating during the time you shouldn't be eating (like around... >

Cafe Brazil
117 Avenue of the Americas

$$$$$

3

1

Our production office is located across from Cafe Brazil which I thought for a while was some kind of Brazilian immigrant or health agency. The sign has a very short "f" which look.. >

Cart (Forsyth St. at Division Ave.)
Forsyth St. at Division Ave.

$$$$$

3

1

The first moment I know I'm onto something great is when the smell of wood-smoke hits my nose. I've already bought lunch and I walk past the pushcart, located just north of the Man.. >

Carl's Steaks
79 Chambers St.
b/w Broadway & Church St.

$$$$$

1

I may have admitted it before, but I’ll admit it again – my guilty pleasure was a cheesesteak from the cart just outside my office.  For $3.50, the dude did pretty well: the meat w.. >

Cart (Hester St. at Bowery)
Hester St. at Bowery

$$$$$

3

1

This is a madly popular pushcart, possibly the most popular in all of chinatown, so be prepared to wait at least 5-10 minutes to get your food. Like most of the long-menu chinatown.. >

The Country Café
60 Wall St.
b/w William & Pearl St.

$$$$$

3.1

1

This is a sophisticated restaurant that has managed to keep snootiness at bay... >

Mooncake Foods
28 Watts St.
at 6th Ave.

$$$$$

3

1

I rarely find myself in the Hudson Square/TriBeCa North/Holland Tunnel pollution-zone for dinner, but the occasion of a celebratory happy hour for a promoted co-worker led me (and .. >

Sweet-n-Tart
76 Mott St.
at Canal St.

$$$$$

3

5

Happy Chinese New Year’s!!!! Went back to Sweet and Tart on Mott for Chinese New Year’s dinner this year. Despite the tight space (they really pack them in during the holiday), we .. >

Cendrillon
45 Mercer St.
b/w Broome & Grand St.

$$$$$

3

3

Without intent I enjoyed a pair of Filipino meals back-to-back. Filipino cuisine does not have the charisma of Chinese, Thai, or Vietnamese cuisine. Its hominess seems more attuned.. >

Mei Lai Wah Coffeehouse
64 Bayard St.

$$$$$

4.3

2

HI THERE. I didn't know how to start this entry, so I thought I'd thought I'd take the weight off myself of having to fulfill any expectations of coming up with something amusing (.. >

Doyers
11 Doyers St.
b/w Pell St. & Bowery

$$$$$

5

2

On Friday night after the scary-huge fooding tour, Melody and I ate at Soba Koh in the East Village. Guess what they specialize in? Hint: it's not Koh... >

Industria Argentina
329 Greenwich St.
b/w Duane & Jay St.

$$$$$

2.8

1

Industria Argentina has been open about two weeks, in a space that used to be a Chinese restaurant. It has been totally remodeled. According to Daily Candy, "everything in the plac.. >

Viet Cafe
345 Greenwich St.
b/w Harrison & Jay St.

$$$$$

2.8

2

Viet Café is an attractive home to Vietnamese cuisine. Next door is the companion Gallery Viet Nam, which was featured on an episode of Donald Trump’s show, The Apprentice... >

Cafe Gitane
242 Mott St.
b/w Prince & Houston St.

$$$$$

3

2

This popular and always crowded place downstairs Cafe Gitane is said be in the neighborhood forever. I had to sit on the bar table hence very uncomfortable (I should have just get .. >

The Kitchen Club
30 Prince St.
at Mott St.

$$$$$

3

1

New Year's eve at Manhattan...there's the Time Square craziness that we avoided like plague, and most restaurants had a prix-fixe menu. While walking in Nolita earlier in the day, .. >

Goodies
1 E Broadway
at Chatham Sq

$$$$$

2.8

1

Uh huh. And that's why we eat it in frosting-slathered-cake form today: TO HONOR THE SUN! Wait..no. I have no idea when I last had Buche de Noel, but I know I've had it at some poi.. >

Flames Steakhouse
5 Gold St.
at Maiden Ln.

$$$$$

2.9

1

Flames Steakhouse has opened downtown. They’ve been there for about a month. It’s operated by the same folks as Flames Steakhouse in Westchester County. The menu is identical in bo.. >

Scalini Fedeli
165 Duane St.
b/w Hudson & Greenwich St.

$$$$$

3

1

I had dinner last December at Scalini Fedeli. This is the space Bouley occupied before moving to its present digs. Scalini is a pricey restaurant that gets mixed reviews. The New .. >

XO Cafe & Grill
96 Walker St.

$$$$$

3

1

If you only have $5 to spare, XO’s congee is pretty good. I order my usual favorites: sliced pork or fish... >

RIB
357 West St.
b/w Leroy & Clarkson

$$$$$

3

1

I don't believe in restaurant hoarding (obviously).  It's hard enough to keep a restaurant afloat, what with lease increases, fickle taste, and trickly profit margins; it's got to .. >

Puck Fair
298 Lafayette St.
b/w Houston & Prince St.

$$$$$

3

1

One of the readers of my blog, Mark from Saratoga, came to town and had sent me an email suggesting we get together for a drink or two. He had a couple of places in mind and they w.. >

Snack
105 Thompson St.
b/w Prince & Spring St.

$$$$$

3

2

Like most people did this Sunday morning, I woke up at 9:30 and made my way down to NYU to watch a screening of My Neighbor Totoro with my Animation class. [Ok, get it, that was a .. >

Rialto
265 Elizabeth St.
b/w Prince & Houston St.

$$$$$

1

There are a lot of bars on and just around Houston so this seem like an area ripe for a few more visits. And it is convenient enough to get to by subway. It turns out that several .. >

Jacques
20 Prince St.
b/w Elizabeth & Mott St.

$$$$$

3

1

I had a meeting with one of the owners of Pioneer which is going to be bar number 1000 for me. I decided to scout out the area before meeting him and found a number of neat bars in.. >