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7 August, 2014

Red Blossom Tea Tasting at Café 4

Red Blossom Tea Tasting at Café 4
Posted in : Coffee Shops, Coffee Shops in Castro Valley - CA, Coffee Shops in San Francisco - CA, Events on by : becca
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Last week, I took part in a free Chinese tea tasting held at Café 4, one of my favorite coffee shops round these parts. One of these days, I’m going to give Café 4 its own post to highlight how awesome it is, but for now, just know that you can find it right near
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21 May, 2012

Carmen’s Cuban Cafe

Comments : 1 Posted in : Dining in Morrisville - NC, Restaurants on by : becca
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Carmen’s Cuban Café 108 D Factory Shops Road Morrisville Website Lunch: $7 to $9 Dinner: $10 to $25 I have wanted to check out Carmen’s for a very long time, because it was the only Cuban option (at least, the only one I know about) in the Triangle for years. In the past three, both
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14 November, 2011

California Trip 2011, Day 5: Chinatown in the Rain, Staples Center, and Bouchon

Comments : 3 Posted in : Dining in Los Angeles - CA, Restaurants, Travel Guide for Los Angeles - CA on by : becca
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On our fifth day in California, it rained. And rained. And rained. Downtown LA isn’t the most fun or convenient place to be in the pouring rain; I think it’s fair to make that claim of any large downtown. But I had a mission that hadn’t been fulfilled yet, and this was our last day
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22 November, 2010

London in October 2010, Part 1: Whitechapel/Angel, Westminster, Covent Garden

London in October 2010, Part 1: Whitechapel/Angel, Westminster, Covent Garden
Comments : 2 Posted in : Dining in London - UK, Travel Guide for London - England - UK on by : becca
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As most of you know, Ben and I headed to London for vacation last month. It was fabulous! Okay, for me, it was fabulous. For Ben, who is not as interested in Western history and sights, it was a good city that would be greatly improved with better beer. Since I’m the one blogging, though,
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