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Food Feedback Friday: Sky, Swan, and Seattle

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Time for another fabulous addition of Food Feedback Friday. We always love hearing from you all. You folks always give us the most wonderful suggestions on where to make out next meal. Let's keep that going this week.

Last time on FFF, here's a bit of what you had to say:

Steve writes, "The new spring menu at South on Main is a success. The rabbit leg is really nice, juicy and tender without getting dry. The accompaniment of mashed carrots and lentils was a perfect accent." Dana tells us about her time at Sky saying, "Tried Sky Modern Japanese for the first time and was really impressed. Not only is the space nice, but the food and service are really great, too!" EW Swan has some very high praise for Table 28, "The kale Caesar, the duck, the tongue & cheek ... they didn't just knock it out of the park, they sent it into orbit. One of the most fabulous meals of my whole life, and another example of the ridiculous dining scene we enjoy in Little Rock." Superdan elaborated on a fine meal at Ashley's stating, "Antunes has definitely put his spin on the menu, though subtly, and we were both quite impressed." And Kevin still thinks "the turkey and dressing at Franke's is still pure awesomeness." Lastly, Raven "had an epic vacation in Seattle and enjoyed numerous restaurants and consumed massive amounts of dungeoness crab, Prime Alaskan Halibut, and raw oysters."

Let us hear it. Where are you eating this week?

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