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  • I had driven thousands of miles, inhaled endless to-go cups of bad coffee, and endured a three-day ferry ride from Washington to reach the ornately carved “Welcome to Grundy” sign.

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  • I listened, sipping on hot tea from a to-go cup as Sebastian spoke.

    Darkness Becomes Her

  • Skillet was there sans truck, but Josh Henderson brought his dad, which was even sweeter, and served up spice-braised pork belly on cornmeal waffles in to-go containers.

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  • I liked the Skillet dish served in the to-go box, and the Terrine is on the list to try and recreate.

    Star chefs, star recipes, single burners

  • On the edge of McCarren Park, this restaurant is buzzing with people waiting in line to grab a seat they don't take reservations, a to-go coffee window, and Aussie waiters who are ridiculously patient and kind.

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  • The Togosa is as fun to drink as it is to say: it's a mimosa in a to-go cup.

    Nate Pollak: The Secret Menu -- If You Have to Ask, You'll Never Know

  • Of coarse when I signed in, the wait was about 10 minutes, but while waiting, it became abundantly clear the menudo was being ordered from many tables in the restaurant and even to-go.

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  • In fact, my buddies like to embarrass me by asking the server for a to-go box immediately after I place my order.

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  • The Cannibal Lauren Lancaster for The Wall Street Journal Swiss-made La Meule Before starting a new diet in 2012, make one last stop for a blow-out meal of beer and brats at the Cannibal, a bar and to-go beer shop in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan.

    Brats and Beers and Pigs' Ears

  • Other clients include the Dive Bar's Amsterdam Avenue location and Local 61 in Cobble Hill, which both sell growlers for kombucha to-go.

    High Tea Has a New Meaning

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  • Halves of this word don't rhyme with each other. See the Wordnik examples for uses of this term, which I've included in my Snowplows and Dough-troughs list, and please add your examples as you find them!

    December 26, 2010