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  • So, Sushi! by Bento Nouveau is not a restaurant to get too excited about, but I definitely think they fill a nice niche down here.

    Sushi! by Bento Nouveau Is Surprisingly Solid | Midtown Lunch: Downtown NYC

  • The “Spanish Food” place sounds pretty interesting (I too am a fan of pork), and Bento Nouveau is a place I’ve been meaning to try out for awhile now.

    PROFILE: Midtown Lunch’er “Sandra” | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • I got an email yesterday from Nouveau, which is one of my favorite stores in Baltimore.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • * Remember, this is NOT Beaujolais Nouveau, which is a whole different ball game this point is so important, I just had to reiterate it!

    A Year of Wine

  • The picturesque opulence, crafted details, and solid materials — all of which were costly — attracted affluent Americans to what has been called the Nouveau Riche style.

    A Brand-New Olmsted

  • Instead, Quebecers turned to the left-of-left New Democratic Party or should it now be called the Nouveau Parti democratique even in Anglo Canada given Quebec's pivotal role in the NDP's sudden ascent to the Official Opposition with 102 seats and over 30% of the country's vote?

    The Full Feed from

  • There's a new kid on the block in the world of RE Guru's known as Nouveau Riche.

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  • I don't mean the Beaujolais Nouveau, which is what it is, a diversion, or the confectionary bottles that are more soft drink than wine.

    The Pour

  • Prior to World War II, the wine that was made to celebrate the harvest was not known as Nouveau, nor was it distributed outside of France.


  • Last week, Drew Dickson, the winemaker and CEO of the family-owned Andrew Lane Wines, was bottling his 167 cases of "Nouveau" Gamay Noir.

    Wine Events: Le Beaujolais Nouveau Est Arrivé!


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