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August 12, 2011

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SaraT

Dan, please read Paul Roberts' book. In it, he explains that our track's present carnival-like atmosphere comes from NYRA's patchwork quilt approach to changes over the last few decades. He is, in fact, very critical of NYRA and it's lack of over-all planning for such an historic site. Hopefully his firm can set NYRA straight!

Tom Noonan

A couple of different perspectives:
If you want good Mexican food, just go around the corner to The Mexican Connection. There are specials that change on a weekly basis (my preferred method of ordering) and soups that are tremendous. It is also the best fish and seafood that I have had in Saratoga. I came here from Boston, and the MC's fish and seafood is as good, if not better, than anything you can get in Boston.
As for Hidden Gardens (I call it "Gnomes 'R Us,"), there is a lot of unique and funky stuff. It is not a junkyard.

frank derossi

dan i have seen the blueprints for the new building you mentioned. the kitchen will be in the basement.a buffet style similar to the rail will occupy the first floor with the luxury suites on top

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