After a long Saturday of cleaning out the garage and basement, my wife and I decided to go out for a well-deserved dinner, just the two of us. In the mood for Indian food, we headed to a local place around the corner, where we had gotten takeout in the past.
 We have been searching for go-to places in our immediate neighborhood ever since we moved in a year ago, hoping to find that combination of good food and familiar service that would turn us into regular customers. You know what I mean: ...

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