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The Five Best Comments on Eater This Week

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Welcome to Saturday Night Five, where we shine a light on the best quips, barbs, burns, and nuggets of truth from Eater NY commenters. Here's this week's cream of the crop:

5) An anonymous commenter adds another terrible restaurant slogan to our list:

A new restaurant opened near me on Long Island; their slogan, printed big on their custom-made sign, is "Eat It, and Beat It." Niiice.
4) No Quarter weighs in on the neighbors that have a problem with the new Upright Citizens Brigade Theater:
Seriously, "a house of ill repute"? Did the Upright Citizens Brigade also install a time machine to take the whole block back to the 1890s? Are the neighbors Dickens' characters?

3) Hipsterdontlie on the discovery that Per Se is one of the quietest restaurants in the city:

Per Shhhhhhhhh
2) Horase responds to Daniel Boulud's statement about gourmands taking their food too seriously:
Amen to Boulud, well said. Now you know where I can get some ramps?
1) TarunDeep chimes in on that crazy, historical Museum of Food and Drink dinner, which included a recreation of a fad diet:
Great article. It's amazing that the history of fad dieting goes back so far. Although I guess Adam and Eve invented the first fad diet (The Apple-Only Diet)
Congrats to this week's Saturday Night Five! Next round's on us.
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