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1 hr ago | St. Augustine Record
Coca-Cola memorabilia, metal lunch boxes, Star Wars collectibles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toys and Barbie Dolls in original boxes are just a few of the items that will be auctioned Saturday at Pot Belly's Cinema Plus.
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5 hrs ago | Rock Hill Herald
There's a chance it's neither. The fresh, local, red snapper you order as you watch the sunset over the Gulf of Mexico from the deck of a seafood place in Florida may just turn out to be none of the above.
6 hrs ago | The Daily Beast
Like Forrest Gump, South Beach Market prepares their fresh seafood in just about every way possible.
8 hrs ago | TheAlternativePress.com
Customers filled the parking lot of the new Garden of Eden Marketplace, and just as excited as their customers, store owner, Mustafa Coskun and his brother John gladly opened the doors to greet the customers as they entered the new marketplace on Friday.
12 hrs ago | Examiner.com
The Celebration of Cuisines program continues at Nao with a Chilean menu that launched Tuesday and will run for six weeks until May 26. In an effort to explore new flavors from Latin America Nao is introducing different menus inspired by various regions and headed by Executive Chef Geronimo Lopez.
16 hrs ago | Examiner.com
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University of New Hampshire Dining is the largest food purchaser in New England.
Advocate Staff Photo by HILARY SCHEINUK -- Grayson Greenlee, 21, of Zachary stirs a pot of crawfish Friday evening at Sammy's Grill on Highland Road.
EASTER eggs aren't the only delicacies appearing on the region's dining tables with snapper snapped up in Tamworth before the weekend.
That's my summation of Sam's Chowder House in downtown Palo Alto. There was no single glaring problem, rather, a series of off-center details that didn't add up to satisfying dining experiences.
It's been nearly four years since the BP Gulf oil spill disaster, and one of the hardest hit industries which is dear to the hearts of thousands of people along the Gulf Coast, is our precious seafood industry.
Four years after the Deepwater Horizon spill, oil is still washing up on the long sandy beaches of Grand Isle, Louisiana, and some islanders are fed up with hearing from BP that the crisis is over.
When I heard that Coastal Grill owner Jerry Bryan and Executive Chef Maureen "Mo" Cucchiaro were opening the Metropolitan Oyster Exchange in the Linkhorn Shoppes on Laskin Road, the ostreaphile in me could barely wait until the restaurant swung its doors open and started shucking bivalves.
Fifty thousand people are expected to flock to the Sydney Fish Markets on what is the biggest trading day of the year.
Don't expect the typical suburban fare at Eagan's newest restaurant, which has been kept a secret until now.
The way to know a good sparkling is by its bubbles. The smaller they are the better it is.
Flounder resemble shrunken sea monsters, with their crooked lips and creepy migrating eyes.