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  • NYC Cultural Happenings – St. Patrick’s Day 2011
    on Feb 23, 2011 in Uncategorized
    Contrary to the recent ill thought out comments by the Mayor, there are plenty of ways to get in the Irish spirit this St. Patrick’s Day without searching out green beer… Inaugural Irish Arts Center Book Day In partnership with the New Yo...
  • Le Hobbit Bistro
    on Feb 22, 2011 in Excluded From Home Page
    The menu for this French bistro maintains an assortment of standard restaurant fare (at the expected prices; $15-$20 plates) and wine (including wines from South Africa).  The pasta is earthy and the maple tart will NOT fall from your fork.  There...
  • The National World War II Museum in New Orleans
    on Feb 20, 2011 in Excluded From Home Page
    Founded by Dr. Stephen Ambrose, renowned author and historian, in 1991, the museum first opened its doors in 2000 on the 56th anniversary of the Normandy invasion. Located in New Orleans, where Andrew Higgins built the landcraft used in the amphibiou...
  • Pat O’Brien’s: Home of New Orleans’ World Famous Hurricane
    on Feb 20, 2011 in Excluded From Home Page
    The story as to the origin of the Hurricane is said to begin during WWII, when popular liquors, like whiskey, were in short supply. Clever salesman forced bar owners to purchase cases of more plentiful liquors, like rum, before they would be willing...
  • Chez Papa: Cuisine du sud-ouest à Paris
    on Feb 19, 2011 in Excluded From Home Page
    In spite of being a chain restaurant, for the value and quality it offers, Chez Papa is well worth a try during any visit to Paris. Focusing on traditional and authentic recipes from the south-west region of France, the well-known bistros regularly a...
  • Stew Leonard’s: The World’s Largest Dairy Store
    on Feb 17, 2011 in Excluded From Home Page
    The story begins in 1921 at the opening of Clover Farms Dairy in Norwalk, CT. By 1960 brothers, Stew & Jim had inherited the milk delivery business and continued to run it until they were forced to relocate in the late 1960′s as the State o...
  • Sequoia: Open-Air Dining in Cairo
    on Feb 17, 2011 in Excluded From Home Page
    Sequoia’s location on the Northern tip of Zamalek, the main island in the Nile lying between Downtown Cairo and Giza,  allows diners to enjoy sweeping views of the river from any seat in the restaurant. Easily one of the most stylish dining de...
  • Sabula-Iowa’s Only Island City
    on Feb 14, 2011 in Excluded From Home Page
    At only one mile long and a quarter mile wide, Sabula is completely surrounded by water with the Sabula Lakes along the city’s west side and the Mississippi River surrounding all other sides. But the city was not always an island, not until the...
  • Almont Tap…Fun in a Cornfield
    on Feb 13, 2011 in Excluded From Home Page
    Painted red in contrast to the surrounding corn stalks, the Almont Tap, a well-known, small town bar and grill, proudly displays its adopted slogan “Fun in a Cornfield” on its exterior wall.  Local patrons will be quick to recommend the...
  • Le Chantauteuil Bistro & Bar
    on Feb 5, 2011 in Excluded From Home Page
    A small sized bistro & bar located in the Upper Town, Le Chantauteuil offers a relaxed setting that caters to locals late into the night. Originally opened in 1968  and gaining popularity as a “boîte à chanson” in the 1970′s,...
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