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Reading Terminal Market

/ Updated on November 13, 2014

Need a cheesesteak? Fresh produce, fish, lobster? A cookbook? Honey — both in and out of the comb? Middle Eastern Schwarma, pastries, falafel? A meatball, turkey, roast beef, or a broccoli rabe and roast pork sub? A lamb/chicken/beef kabob? Cookies? … Continue reading

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Ms. Tootsie’s

/ Updated on June 1, 2014

About a block west of Broad St. at 1314 South St. is Ms.Tootsie’s. They tout soul food, and our experience so far bears that out. We love sitting at the bar with the talkative bartenders. Ms. Tootsie’s has a plethora of sweet … Continue reading

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Updates from a Key West regular

/ Updated on May 31, 2014

Feb. 13, 2011 The Hogfish Bar and Grill on Stock Island (near Key West) has excellent lobster bisque, the best conch chowder, and (of course) hogfish. The place is a giant tiki hut with open walls and is very casual. … Continue reading

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Vegas Updates from a Local

/ Updated on June 1, 2014

May 15, 2011 Hi from Las Vegas! Well we have interesting news from the culinary industry here. Jose’ Andras who is the owner and chef at what is considered the world’s best restaurant, El Bulli near Barcelona Spain, is closing … Continue reading

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Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino

/ Updated on June 8, 2014

While everybody was watching City Center rise out of the desert in all its splendor (and troubled finances), Marriott Corp. tiptoed right next door and built the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino. Even with all the excitement over the hi-tech splendor … Continue reading

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JCT Kitchen and Bar (downtown)

/ Updated on June 8, 2014

The Westside Urban Market is a bustling enclave of design stores, sandwich joints and upscale restaurants just west of Peachtree Street and Northside Drive in downtown Atlanta. Nestled in among the warehouses, furniture boutiques, 18-wheelers, lighting stores and flower shops is … Continue reading

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Two Urban Licks (downtown)

/ Updated on June 1, 2014

Don’t even try to drive there. Even our cab driver (an Atlanta native) got lost. But when you finally do open the front door, your Quixotic search will have been worth it. Though the name could be suggestive of who-knows-what, it … Continue reading

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Carnegie Deli (Mirage Hotel)

/ Updated on June 8, 2014

The Las Vegas branch of New York’s iconic Carnegie Deli is a bit more civilized than its Big Apple namesake (that can be a good or a bad thing depending on how raucous you like your Kosher delis). Located on … Continue reading

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In-N-Out Burger

/ Updated on May 31, 2014

Regular visitors to RehobothFoodie.com know that I’m not shy writing about fast-food places. I always justify it with something silly like “Well, y’gotta eat!” But if you define fast-food as something that was cooked thirty-five minutes ago and is slowly congealing under the infrared … Continue reading

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Paramount Hotel Lobby

/ Updated on May 31, 2014

Well, all things must change, and the wonderful lobby described below is no more. It has been replaced with a fairly attractive but run of the mill, crowded lobby. The grand staircase is gone, and whatever furniture there is, is … Continue reading

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