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Next Restaurant, Chicago

by Krista

Next, starters

**If you’ve arrived here from Google or similar, you might like my other post about Next better than this one!**

Tonight, I had dinner at Next. You know…the Grant Achatz restaurant. It was lovely.

Very lovely.

Next Brioche Foie Gras

The brioche toasts with foie gras and apricot were like last-meal-on-earth-good. Boy am I glad this stuff is no longer illegal in Chicago.

But here’s the problem. I’m tired. And full. And need a nap. A long one. Big time. #Jetslag. So you will have to wait for the rest of my thoughts and photos later today.  (It is, after all, after midnight as I write this.) I have, however, started uploading photos to my Facebook fan page over here for those of you who are wondering why I’m banging on about grammar when I should be talking about THE DUCK.

xx

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5 comments

interestMIX.com (@interestMIX) April 9, 2011 - 1:38 am

RT @kristainchicago: New Blog Post: Next Restaurant, Chicago: I have been doing this blogging thing for a long time. Seven years and … http://bit.ly/gVYI5H

Meredith Payne (@merly) April 9, 2011 - 3:03 am

my hero4 xtra brioche toast+everything @kristainchicago: New Blog Post: Next Restaurant Chicago: I have been doing this:http://bit.ly/gVYI5H

An American in London April 13, 2011 - 9:56 am

“But there are some important things for those that have more adjectives than me. (Me, not I, people. Me is the direct object.)”

Agree you’ve stated the rule correctly (that “me” is an objective pronoun), but in your sentence, unless you’re saying some people have more adjectives than they have of Kristas, then I think it would have been correct to use “I.”

“But there are some important things for those that have more adjectives than I [have].”

For what it’s worth, at work, I’m often driven nuts by the sentence “please make sure to send the email to Person A and I.” I HATE that.

Krista April 15, 2011 - 5:36 pm

You are so right and I am wrong!!! Duly chastised. The fact that no one else picked up on it is a bit worrisome though!

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