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    The Food Thread

    Has anyone heard what happened to Bombay Bistro on Woodruff? Looks like they're replaced it with a Papa Chin's.
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    Greenville Off-Topic

    I found the news article from WYFF: http://www.wyff4.com/news/14249375/detail.html It says the owner will put the monetary value of the membership towards a new one when the gym reopens. I'm guessing that isn't going to do a lot of good for the people who snapped up those $99 memberships.
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    Greenville Off-Topic

    My boyfriend was a member of that gym, and the only notice they recieved was on Sept 30, the day the gym closed: "Dear Members: The purpose of this letter is to inform you that I have sold Pulze Fit Club to a new owner. The club will close on Sunday, September 30, 2007 for much needed repairs and remodeling for approximately 30 days. It
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    UPDATE:New Greenville Restaurants

    A bad 70's moroccan TV show.
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    UPDATE:New Greenville Restaurants

    I agree. If you wanted to treat someone to an expensive dinner or impress a client, you won't want to drive up to a place that looks like that. I wonder if they'll be able to stay in business? I've noticed they never have many cars in the parking lot, and it was rather dead yesterday night.
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    UPDATE:New Greenville Restaurants

    I went to Aladdin last night with some friends, and it wasn't quite what I expected. We decided to try out the Moroccan room. I liked the decor and seating, and the belly dancer was very nice, as were the waitress and other people working there. The downside was the cost, since none of my party expected it. The outside of the restaurant doesn't scream "very expensive", but we decided to give it a go. The total bill for four adults and a two year old was $240. Their menu says that there is a $25 charge for children 12 and under (the cheapest things on the adult menu were $35 vegetarian dishes), and every person has to order an entree. Luckily they didn't charge anything for the two year old to eat. They did count him in on the automatic 18% gratuity added for parties of five or more which really didn't make sense to me since the only thing he "ordered" was an orange juice. He of course had food from his parent's dishes. We noticed a group of people walk out after looking at the menu - or maybe they walked out because they were offended by the belly dancer? Who knows... but it did amuse me. The food was ok, but I didn't think it was anything special. It is a nice place to try something a little different, but I don't see myself going back. Be prepared to have them hand out surveys at the end of your dinner if you try it out.
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    UPDATE:New Greenville Restaurants

    Thanks! That is exactly what I was looking for. Looks like we may have a group of six and a half, so this should be fun...
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    UPDATE:New Greenville Restaurants

    Has anyone eaten at the Aladdin restaurant, or know anything about it? Some friends and I ate at Miyabi last night, and are tempted to try Aladdin next week since it was across the street. It looks so hideous from outside with that paint job though...
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    UPDATE:New Greenville Restaurants

    Maybe I should sign up again with a different email address... that wouldn't be a bad thing, would it?
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    GSP International

    Do you think it has something to do with GSP's cost in comparison to Atlanta and Charlotte's airports? I know I'd usually fly to one of those instead of GSP when I lived cross country to avoid paying $100+ extra. (in some cases) I think my ticket to NYC cost $60 more than it would have been to fly out of the other two airports, although I still went with GSP to avoid the drive to the others.
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    UPDATE:New Greenville Restaurants

    For the onion rings? I've been signed up for their list for about as long as they've been open and I think the only real coupon my fiance and I got was a "free burger" for his birthday. I guess I'll get a free burger pretty soon myself. Maybe I can get the onion rings then!
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    GSP International

    I wrote a while back questioning how GSP was in regard to the no liquids ban and such. I just wanted to say that everything went really smoothly, and I was impressed with the service there. Everyone was so friendly and full of smiles. In NYC, gah... lol, they were nice there too, but sooo rushed in comparison! I forgot to take the liquids out of my carry-on and tried to tell them so as they were scanning it in, but they brushed me aside to hurry me through and didn't even notice them. Oh, and then my flight was delayed by a good four hours - so I had to sit in the airport for six hours total. It is nice to be back home. ^^b
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    UPDATE:New Greenville Restaurants

    I eat at Red Robin fairly often... but I agree about the prices. I keep wanting to try the onion rings, but I can't justify paying $8 for them.
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    The Food Thread

    Well... I finally tried Doc Chey's yesterday. It was either that or PF Chang's which we'd already had ( and liked), so I wish we had gone there instead. I ordered their curry, and my bf got the chicken fried rice. My curry was pretty bland, the food didn't really have much of a taste. I also thought it was weird that the chicken seemed to have a coating on it? (like fried chicken) My bf's chicken fried rice tasted really dry, and wasn't all that special. He liked it though, so I guess that's good. I guess I just prefer more flavor? I could have asked them to make it more spicy, but I don't think it would have really helped.
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    UPDATE:New Greenville Restaurants

    How does Tito's compare to actual NY pizza? A friend of mine swears up and down that no where around here can beat a true NY pizza. I guess my trip to NYC this weekend I'll be able to compare the two.