Tag Archives: Lost & Found

BREAKING NEWS: I’m the first person to order alcohol at Lost & Found

I am Lost & Found paid liquor customer #1  This amazing feat was confirmed by the staff. Jealous? You should be. This restaurant is amazing. Part of me is scared to even blog about Lost & Found (951 W Beech) because it’s hard enough to get a table there. It truly is what every restaurant should strive to be.

Lost & Found opened about a year ago and it’s always been BYOB. Starting tonight you can order beers and wine. Of course I did not take a photo of that menu. Here is their liquor announcement:

“Proud to announce Lost & Found has finally obtained it’s liquor license. We will be serving a fantastic selection of beer and wine starting tomorrow Friday January 22nd! A big thank you to all of our loyal customers who stuck with us this past month without any alcohol. Your patronage did not go unnoticed. None of this would be possible without you. Look forward to seeing all of you very soon!” [LINK]

[PS. Please drink responsibly!]

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WHAT BUSINESSES WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE IN THOSE VACANT EAST END SPOTS? WHAT IS THE EAST END LACKING FOOD-WISE?

I asked this same question about the West End about a month ago (read: seabythecity.com/?p=24521). With new places such as Lost & Found and Grotta Di Fuoco, it’s safe to say that the West End is really becoming a foodie destination. Both of those places are pretty damn hip with rave food reviews. I was inside Lost & Found the other night and actually felt I was in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. I didn’t get to eat there due to the crowd, but I am hearing their food is amazing.

Anyway, I’m going off topic here… I am curious to hear what you folks think the East End is lacking?

With the new Seasons opening, plus other places such as Brixx & Barley, I personally feel we are ok on the Asian food/ Italian Food/ Pub front.  What are we missing? And what are we missing as far as non-food is concerned?

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