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Healthy, filling and just as good on day two (or three), you need to add this simple dish to your weeknight rotation.
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It’s a nice stop for a morning coffee or afternoon pick-me-up.
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Rochelle’s was a sight for my sore, winter eyes!
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This shop is the go-to for denim and cashmere!
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Pretend you're living in the 19th century at The Soniat House in the French Quarter.
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New Orleanians are fiercely loyal to their favorite restaurants and my family is, too.
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Here are a few posts I think you might like, too.
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The museum has much to offer this month and during February Break
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Just when I decided I wasn’t going to join another gym, Iron House comes along and seduces me with their fresh space, spanking new equipment and convenient location.
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There’s a new game in town. Biologic+ just opened their doors in the oh-so-happening Velvet Mill in Stonington.

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Rochelle’s was a sight for my sore, winter eyes!
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Who doesn’t love a brick and mortar book store?
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First Stephen Clemente brought us Extra Virgin and Semolina Pasta Shop in the Mystic Village, and as of early February, he’s introduced Frizzante Champagne and Wine Bar.
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This place has everything you could ask for on a Sunday morning.
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This little coffee shop is serving up their own unique flavor profile blends.
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This shop is the go-to for denim and cashmere!
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The Oyster Club underwent winter renovations including a major kitchen upgrade, rustic wood floors at the entrance, and impressive new bathrooms.
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I try to stay away from pasta, but it’s my husband’s favorite food.
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We're loving poppy prints for a day at the beach.
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Otto To Go stokes the wood-fired pizza oven early to produce a menu of Italian specialties with a uniquely River Tavernish spin.
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Once a year I throw a corned beef and a bunch of vegetables in a pot and call it boiled dinner! But I much prefer to go to my friend Miki's house and eat hers.
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Most folks go to New Orleans for food or music (or both), but there’s lots more to the city.
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If you’ve never been, O’Rourke’s is a classic 30‘s style diner, but that’s where old-fashioned ends.
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Marie Kondo wants all your possessions to spark joy.

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