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Restaurant Name

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Restaurant Website

Telephone

E-mail Address

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BYOB (Bring Your Own Beer) Allowed
Expat Hangout
International Sports (NFL, Football/Soccer, NBA, Rugby, etc.)
Kid-Friendly
Live Music
Sports Bar or Game Watching Events

What type of establishment is this:

Bakery
Cafe/Deli
Coffee Shop
Ice Cream/Gelato/Dessert
Pub/Bar/Nightclub
Restaurant

If this is a restaurant, which meals is it open for:

Breakfast
Dinner
Lunch

Allergen-Friendly Options

Dairy Free Friendly
Egg Allergy Friendly
Gluten Free Friendly
Kid Friendly Atmosphere
Nut Allergy Friendly
Vegan or Vegetarian Friendly

Price Range

US $1-9
US $10-19
US $20-29
US $30+

Street Address

City

State (US Only)

Country

Cuisine

Afghan
African
American
Asian
Asian Fusion
Bakery
BBQ
Belgian
Brazilian
Cajun
Caribbean
Chinese
Coffeehouse
Cuban
Deli
Desserts & Ice Cream
Dim Sum
Dominican
Eastern European
Egyptian
English
Ethiopian
Filipino
French
German
Greek
Hawaiian
Indian
Indonesian
Irish
Italian
Japanese
Jewish
Korean
Kosher
Latin American
Malaysian
Mediterranean
Mexican
Middle Eastern
Moroccan
Noodle Shop
Organic
Pakistani
Persian
Peruvian
Pizza
Portuguese
Russian
Scandinavian
Seafood
South African
Southern
Southwestern
Spanish
Steakhouse
Sushi
Tapas
Tex-Mex
Thai
Turkish
Vegetarian
Vietnamese

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