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is kula bistro on maui worth the drive to eat
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Kula Bistro: A Charming Pearl On Maui

Last week, my husband and I headed to Maui, Hawaii for the sole purpose of checking out the island cuisine. With an amazing variety of food on the island, we wanted to find and enjoy the pearls. But, not just any pearls. We wanted those out of the way places not on the tour maps and full of local flavor. Happily, we found Kula Bistro….

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in Food & fun, Home, Ironman 70.3, North America, Restaurants

Locals Share Favorite Chattanooga Restaurants

We were in Chattanooga, Tennessee in May for Ironman 70.3 Chattanooga. It was a first time visit to the city for both of us. Admittedly, it was never on our wish list of cities to visit, but it should have been. Whether visiting for the first time or racing in the Ironman 70.3 World Championships, the city won’t disappoint. From tons of indoor and outdoor activities…

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Favorite Montecito Santa Barbara Restaurants

My husband and I love the Santa Barbara area, especially Montecito. So much so that we almost bought a house there a few years back. While that didn’t happen, we still try to get there for a little escape whenever we can. And, when we do, our favorite things to do are shopping, eating, and wine tasting. This past visit, we were lucky to get…

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who are some of the vendors at urbanspace's broadway bites
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Don’t Miss URBANSPACE Broadway Bites NYC

Broadway Bites, one of Urbanspace’s diverse popup markets, is officially open now through July 14. Located at Greeley Square on Broadway, between 32nd and 33rd Street, Broadway Bites features over 30 of the best food vendors the city has to offer. From the established to the up-and-coming to the Instagram-worthy, you can’t go wrong with any of these delicious offerings. Don’t Miss These Urbanspace Broadway…

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is dante ristorante pizzeria a good restaurant in omaha
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Summertime at Dante Ristorante Pizzeria in Omaha

Dante is Omaha’s leading Italian restaurant that focuses on sustainability. We recently had the opportunity to visit Dante Ristorante Pizzeria in Omaha to taste some of the seasonal fresh dishes created by Owner/Chef Nick Strawhecker and his team. We enjoyed our dinner with a wine pairing from Dante’s Adam Weber, Sommelier, IWP. The Place and People at Dante Ristorante Pizzeria Dante Ristorante specializes in authentic wood-fired…

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Great Food And Drink In Omaha For USAT Nationals

Welcome to Omaha. You are so lucky to have landed in this great city with award winning chefs and restaurants. Being a triathlon family, when we moved here, finding the right restaurants was a priority. And, fortunately, it was not that hard at all. The USA Olympic-Distance National Championships are just a week away on August 13, so we wanted to share our cleaning eating,…

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in Food & fun, North America, On the Menu, Restaurants

PUERTO RICO – TOP PICKS WHEN IT’S TIME TO EAT

When we are in Puerto Rico, whether for the Ironman race or purely vacation, we rent a penthouse in Old San Juan, so much of our food and fun is there. We tend to stay far away from the ports for many reasons, but mainly because the cruise crowds are just overwhelming. Honestly, we tend to ask the locals where to eat and not use…

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ca'momi osteria in napa
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Ca’ Momi Osteria Restaurant Review – A Special Spot In Downtown Napa

Something special opened in downtown Napa last fall – Ca’ Momi Osteria restaurant.  While the restaurant may be new, the soul, the food and the wine is rooted deeply in the traditions of Italy and the Napa Valley. Ca’ Momi Enoteca has been in Napa Valley for over 5 years serving pizza and amazing pastries, but the story starts well before that.  Valentina Guolo-Migotta, the…

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in Food & fun, Home, Life with a Triathlete, Restaurants

5 REASONS WHY BOULDER IS A PERFECT GET AWAY FOR TRIATHLETES

It has been years, and I mean years and years, since David and I have gone away together and NOTHING triathlon was involved. No swimming, no biking (well, no tribike), no running (well, maybe a little trail run), no worrying about working out, and no worries about a race and all the gear. We chose to drive to Boulder for a weekend get away that…

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