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Old Grand-Dad

Épicerie Jean-Alfred Moisan Oldest grocery store in North America Épicerie J. A. Moisan is a historic grocery store hidden in plain sight in a row of trendy shops and eateries on rue Saint-Jean in Québec City’s Upper Town. Before A&Ps … Continue reading

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Back To The Streets

Preview for the 2nd Annual LA Street Food Fest IOTA, Koreatown (Los Angeles), California With the 2nd annual LA Street Food Fest to be held at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena around the corner, I took advantage of an opportunity … Continue reading

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India Ink

Haldi Root (***CLOSED***) Woodland Hills, California Someone walking into Haldi Root unaware that the name of the restaurant is derived from the Hindi word for the root of the turmeric plant (which when ground produces a spice commonly used in … Continue reading

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Executive Decision

Cooper’s BBQ, Llano, TX Ben’s Chili Bowl, Washington, D.C. Checking out a restaurant that has been visited by a U.S. President comes complete with a variety of risks, including whether the food lives up to the hype and if an … Continue reading

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