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Dining Out, Feature

Chow down, baby

2 Comments 02 April 2012

Find something for everyone's palate at The Real Chow Baby.

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Dining Out

Pastries A Go Go offers fresh homemade stuffs

No Comments 01 March 2010

Fresh sticky buns, muffins, Danishes, scones, mini-cakes and éclairs are just a few of the delights offered at Pastries A Go Go for brunch. Diners can choose to make their own sandwich or pick from the expansive breakfast menu to satisfy those morning cravings. The chef makes his own pork and turkey sausages in house […]

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Dining Out

Raging Burrito appeals to young and old

No Comments 01 March 2010

The adults will find 50 types of tequila and burritos so large they take up an entire plate. Raging Burrito’s “fatties” are full of a variety of meats, vegetables and salsas to appease anyone’s taste palate — tofu, tilapia, pulled pork, jerk chicken or even pineapple. A sizeable secluded patio in the back is perfect […]

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It’s hard to not feel at home in Sweet Melissa’s

No Comments 01 March 2010

Sweet Melissa’s offers a relaxing afternoon brunch with two comforts: food and setting. With whimsical chandeliers, alluring warm colors and local artwork hung on the walls, it’s hard not to feel at home while dining from the expansive menu and people-watching through the wall-sized windows looking onto the street. Diners can create their own omelets […]

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Twain’s would make author proud

No Comments 01 March 2010

Catch up on your reading while enjoying one of the in-house brews offered at Twain’s Billiard and Tap. Mark Twain would be proud, as the walls are lined with pages of his greatest works and the beers get their names from his popular quotes (like “Heaven for Climate Golden Ale”). The décor is warm and […]

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Feature

What’s for lunch?

Bento boxes make it easier to pack quick, healthy midday meal

No Comments 01 March 2010

According to the CDC, kids today aren’t eating enough fruits and vegetables in their diet. This isn’t really surprising, is it?But as a parent, you have the ability to send your kid to school (or work) with a delicious lunch that incorporates healthy food and a good dose of funky fabulous fun as well. Even […]

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Dining Out

Worth the wait for Flying Biscuit

No Comments 01 December 2009

It’s hard to walk through Candler Park and not be surrounded by dogs, families with strollers and a long line outside the Flying Biscuit Café. Kids will feel they stepped into a fairytale with the hand-painted murals covering the walls and ceiling, including “flying biscuits” with gold wings shooting through the clouds. The food not […]

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Old Spaghetti Factory just right for kids and adults

No Comments 01 December 2009

Though The Old Spaghetti Factory appears fancy, the restaurant is actually very accommodating for children. The kids’ menu includes traditional pasta items, healthy pasta items such as wheat and gluten-free pasta and a grilled cheese sandwich for the kids who aren’t feeling any amore for pasta. The food is moderately priced, and every dinner comes […]

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Elwood’s Pizza offers Italian, Mexican and American kid-friendly fare

No Comments 01 December 2009

Bright red walls, vintage guitars, bowling balls and tiki mugs greet customers entering Elwood’s Pizza. One of the first things diners see is a portrait of the owner’s rather unusual looking dog with long gray hair covering his eyes, curly hair surrounding his torso. The pizza restaurant is named after the dog, Elwood, and his […]

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Feature

Alterna-meats

Hamburgers, turkey and chicken are not the only way to get protein in your diet

No Comments 01 September 2009

Vegetarian and vegan diets have been gaining ground in the Western World for years now. The health benefits, including reduced cancer and heart attack risks, rank as the top reasons for “converting,” but a lot of people want to minimize their impact on the environment or decide they want to live a life of compassion. […]

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