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  • The Grid: Experience the energy of Sacramento's Midtown
    The Grid: Experience the energy of Sacramento's Midtown
    For those who live there or merely frequent it, Sacramento's Midtown district has a nickname - the Grid. A quick trip to Mapquest reveals why, as the district bounded by W Street on the south, C Street on the north, 16th Street on the west and...
  • Houston Restaurant Weeks offers bonanza of dishes and value for city's diners
    Houston Restaurant Weeks offers bonanza of dishes and value for city's diners
    Do your research and take notes to make the most of the 2015 Houston Restaurant Weeks where over 200 establishments join forces to benefit the largest food bank in America here in Houston.Houston Restaurant Weeks, the single largest fundraiser in...
  • Lesher Center
    Explore downtown while enjoying Walnut Creek Jazz
    Thirty years ago, few people counted downtown Walnut Creek among the gems of the East Bay. While home to a handful of national retailers, the city's center was better known for its comparatively quiet pace and mom-and-pop operations.Walnut...
  • Jazz, great dining and shopping make downtown Walnut Creek an August destination
    Jazz, great dining and shopping make downtown Walnut Creek an August destination
    Thirty years ago, few people counted downtown Walnut Creek among the gems of the East Bay. While home to a handful of national retailers, the city's center was better known for its comparatively quiet pace and mom-and-pop operations.Walnut...
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    Walt Disney World Travel Examiner's top 20 things to do at Disney's Hollywood St
    One of my favorite theme parks at the Walt Disney World Resorts is Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This is the one place where you can go for everything under the Hollywood stars, including unique dining options, thrill rides and plenty of meet...
  • Dining at Kimball Arts Festival
    What to eat at the 46th Annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival
    In its 46th year, the Park City Kimball Arts Festival serves as the primary fundraiser for the Kimball Art Center each year. Proceeds from the festival enable the Kimball Art Center to provide, free of charge, year-round art exhibitions, gallery...
  • All-Star Sports
    Make you trip to Disney World a little more affordable
    Taking a trip to the Walt Disney World Resorts is something that many families plan for years in advance. A lot of trip planning and financial budgeting happens just to make the trip possible. There are ways to cut costs and make the trip more...
  • Enjoy the best hot dogs at Disney World at Casey's Corner
    Enjoy the best hot dogs at Disney World at Casey's Corner
    Enjoy authentic baseball hot dogs as Casey’s Corner takes you out to the ball game. Honestly, between serving up the best hot dogs at the Magic Kingdom and being decorated with vintage sports décor, the atmosphere at Casey’s Corner...
  • Red Crab
    Crabby Al's Seafood offers tasty seafood near the Naugatuck River
    Crabby Al's in Thomaston Connecticut offers more than delicious seafood. It is located near the Naugatuck River and in good weather diners can sit outside. On Thursday night from 5-9 p.m. they have a Raw Bar with nighty entertainment. Friday...
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    Eating like a king in Boston's Dumpling Palace
    It is always a comforting sight to walk into a restaurant at 8:00 pm on a Tuesday evening and still see hardly any tables available; and so the scene was set upon entering Dumpling Palace. Just off of Massachusetts Avenue in downtown Boston it is...
  • Orinoco Back Patio
    Hard to find, easy to fall in love with: Venezuelan food in Harvard Square
    Cambridge is known for many things- Harvard, good sushi, prime shopping spots- but on that list you would likely not expect to hear Venezuelan food. At least you probably wouldn’t until you took a trip to Orinoco. Tucked in a quaint alleyway...
  • Pool area at Buffalo Thunder Resort
    Santa Fe: exceptional dining, diverse history and amazing golf
    The old Santa Fe Trail was established in 1821, and the area has been a focal point for new ideas blended with old traditions and a sense of history ever since. Santa Fe is a unique blend of culture, history, art, ideas, activities, culinary...
  • Colletta Avalon
    Avalon's latest restaurant addition, Colletta
    Last week my husband and I dined at Colletta, the newest addition to Indigo Road’s collection of fine restaurants. Colletta, which means “collection” in Italian, stands true to translation offering a vast array of Northern...
  • Annabel
    DENISE ENDORSES: Annabel
    If you’re looking for gourmet food without pretention, reserve a table at Annabel’s on 9th Avenue. Their deceptively simple menu is served with style and brimming with hidden epicurean gems. Don’t let the casual exterior fool you...
  • Caffé Concerto
    Caffé Concerto is Los Angeles’ Rising Flavor
    Restaurants only make a name for themselves by bringing something grand to the table, something that sets them apart from everything else. Caffé Concerto is just such a place earning a reputation for preparing outstanding food while welcoming in...
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