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Ávila Arepa

by eatwithshar0n @ eat with sharon

Ávila Arepa is an Urban Venezuelan eatery that specializes in arepas, a popular South American street food. They’re the first of casual Venezuelan fare in YEG and are located on Whyte Ave, between 108 and 107 street. Being on the quieter end of Whyte Ave, you might miss it if you aren’t keeping an eye [...]

Miss Saigon pulls out of Marana; construction on Ina, I-10 to blame

Miss Saigon pulls out of Marana; construction on Ina, I-10 to blame


Arizona Daily Star

Road construction, end of a lease prompt moves.

Miss Saigon, Vietnamese Food in Kennedy Town

Miss Saigon, Vietnamese Food in Kennedy Town


PDW Guide to Asia

Miss Saigon has taken over the space of Shun Sushi on Forbes Street across from exit C of the Kennedy Town MTR Station.  Unless you can smell the grease from the constant frying of spring rolls or …

About Us

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‘Cookies & Cocktails’ at Playground Bar & Lounge January 25

by Matt Sterner @ Tucson Foodie

Playground Bar & Lounge is teaming up with the Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona to host “Cookies & Cocktails” from 6 – 8 p.m. on Thursday, January 25. This year, chefs from seven local restaurants will compete in the “Girl Scout Cookie Dessert Challenge.” Each chef will work with a different, randomly-chosen Girl Scout Cookie, […]

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PIP YEG

PIP YEG

by eatwithshar0n @ eat with sharon

PIP is one of the newest spots to hit the Edmonton food scene. Created by the owners of the Next Act and MEAT, it’s no surprise that it’s been a big hit so far. It’s also the first to offer brunch all day, 7 days a week! I recently went to PIP for brunch and [...]

Doughnut Party

by Ms. Hangry Foodie @ ms. hangry foodie

Doughnut Party is one party that you’ll want to stop by. The creators behind Moonshine Doughnuts, those cake-like doughnuts you’ve seen at local pop-ups and farmers markets, have officially opened...

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Our Location

by admin @ Little Saigon Restaurant | Orlando

Location We proudly use cheap jerseys only the freshest ingredients, and we continuously Los Angeles Dodgers jersey strive to improve the quality of both our food and service. Open 7 days a week: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM Located at: 1106 E Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32803 Click here for directions cialis daily amoxicillian amox-clav […]

Miss Saigon: A True Vietnamese Family Restaurant

by Paola Mendez @ Coral Gables Love

Photo courtesy of Stacy Moya Vietnamese music plays as you step into Miss Saigon. You are greeted by waiters wearing traditional Vietnamese outfits. The walls are decorated with bamboo panels and the restaurant has bamboo plants throughout giving it a cozy atmosphere. As soon as you sit down you are brought hot towels to freshen up your hands and get you ready to enjoy your meal. I first discovered Miss Saigon when my sister invited me to try it many years ago. Once I tasted their signature dish the Miss Saigon (steamed rice noodle bowl with spring rolls and chicken), they had a loyal customer for life. The dish has crispy spring rolls inside of it. Yum! Photo courtesy of Stacy Moya I love dining at Miss Saigon because they serve the most delicious homemade Vietnamese food. After talking with restaurant owner, David Nguyen, I learned that Miss Saigon is an example of the importance of family and how working together will lead to incredible achievements. Miss Saigon is owned and operated by the Nguyen family: Mrs. Thi and her husband Mr. Nguyen, their daughters Hali and Mimi, and their sons Huey and David. In 1975, the Nguyen family attempted ...

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London Local

London Local

by eatwithshar0n @ eat with sharon

Just off of Ellerslie Rd and 91 st, you’ll find London Local – an English-inspired restaurant that serves up pub-style food made with local ingredients. Notably, their website says that their dishes feature a Canadian twist on British food. Now that they have lunch hours, I decided to meet up with some friends here and [...]

Harry Potter themed brunch at Hacienda Del Sol January 28

by Matt Sterner @ Tucson Foodie

With a swish of the wrist and a flick of the wand, a magical meal is brewing in the potions lab. Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort is hosting a Harry Potter themed brunch from 9:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Sunday, January 28. The kitchen will be supplying some of their classic award-winning favorites […]

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Pho

by admin @ Miss Saigon

See more of this amazing dish! Pho is a Vietnamese specialty. Available…

Miss Saigon Vietnamese Cuisine - On Congress

Miss Saigon Vietnamese Cuisine - On Congress


On Congress

This is authentic Vietnamese home style cooking with a warm and inviting ambiance.  

Miss Saigon: A True Vietnamese Family Restaurant - Coral Gables Love

Miss Saigon: A True Vietnamese Family Restaurant - Coral Gables Love


Coral Gables Love

Photo courtesy of Stacy Moya Vietnamese music plays as you step into Miss Saigon. You are greeted by waiters wearing traditional Vietnamese outfits. The walls are decorated with bamboo panels and the restaurant has bamboo plants throughout giving it a cozy atmosphere. As soon as you sit down you are brought hot towels to freshen up your hands and get you ready to enjoy your meal. I first discovered Miss Saigon when my sister invited me to try it many years ago. Once I tasted their signature dish the Miss Saigon (steamed rice noodle bowl with spring rolls and chicken), they had a loyal customer for life. The dish has crispy spring rolls inside of it. Yum! Photo courtesy of Stacy Moya I love dining at Miss Saigon because they serve the most delicious homemade Vietnamese food. After talking with restaurant owner, David Nguyen, I learned that Miss Saigon is an example of the importance of family and how working together will lead to incredible achievements. Miss Saigon is owned and operated by the Nguyen family: Mrs. Thi and her husband Mr. Nguyen, their daughters Hali and Mimi, and their sons Huey and David. In 1975, the Nguyen family attempted ...

Miss Saigon Bistro

Miss Saigon Bistro


Miami New Times

The interior of Miss Saigon looks otherworldly. The folks who work here dress in traditional odia (brilliantly hued long dresses) and have a knack for making guests feel welcome. Have no fear if this is your first time eating Vietnamese. An extremely friendly (and on occasion, flamboyant) server will ask you a series of questions: What kind of meat do you like? Do you want something healthy?...

Miss Saigon

Miss Saigon


Check, Please! | WTTW

Miss Saigon aims to bring fresh authentic Vietnamese food to its customers. They bring classic flavors along with new ones seen in Saigon today. BYOB

Dookbaeki

Dookbaeki

by eatwithshar0n @ eat with sharon

The Southside has an abundance of Korean restaurants to choose from and now there’s just one more to add to the list. The latest one to open is Dookbaeki. Located off of Calgary Trail, Dookbaeki offers something a little different compared to other Korean places in the area. Unlike other places, they specialize in hot [...]

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San Francisco News and Events | SF Weekly


SF Weekly

Local San Francisco news, events, music, movies, restaurants, and reviews from SF Weekly

Dream Tea: Snow Bingsoo

by Ms. Hangry Foodie @ ms. hangry foodie

It seems like the latest food trend that has been hitting YEG lately is shaved ice dessert! I’ve seen it pop up in various eateries (Dream Tea, Seorak, Hanjan) these...

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Yummy Chicken

by Ms. Hangry Foodie @ ms. hangry foodie

Korean eateries are popping up left and right in Edmonton! What’s the newest one? Yummy Chicken! I’m sure you can guess what it sells just from the name. Located in...

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Vegetarian Dishes

by admin @ Miss Saigon

Vegetarian Dishes are available at Miss Saigon!

Four-Course Surf & Turf Valentine’s Day Dinner at Horseshoe Grill

by Tucson Foodie @ Tucson Foodie

SPONSORED CONTENT Spoil your significant other (and also yourself) with some steak and seafood. The Horseshoe Grill is offering a special Valentine’s Day four-course dinner on Wednesday, February 14. You won’t have to settle for just one surf and turf entrée — executive chef Andy Romero’s menu features a seafood starter with crab, lobster, and […]

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Mardi Gras themed Carnival event with Gastronomic Union of Tucson (GUT)

by Matt Sterner @ Tucson Foodie

The Gastronomic Union of Tucson (GUT) and the Rialto Theatre are hosting the SAVOR Carnival from 6 – 9 p.m. on Thursday, February 1. GUT is a team of chefs from different local restaurants that work to educate and display just how dynamic the food scene is in Tucson. The Mardi Gras themed event will feature creative […]

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Tucson Taco Tour Part V: Central Tucson

by Jackie Tran @ Tucson Foodie

In the fifth and final part of our Tucson Taco Tour series, we’re featuring taco joints around central Tucson. To view previous segments, read ‘Tour de Taco’ Part I: South 12th Avenue, Tucson Tour de Taco Part II: West 22nd Street & South Sixth Avenue, Taco Tour Part III: West Tucson, and Taco Tour Part IV: Downtown […]

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Hello world!

by skiprestaurant @ Miss Saigon

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Tucson Weekly: The Best of Tucson, News, and Everything That Matters

Tucson Weekly: The Best of Tucson, News, and Everything That Matters


Tucson Weekly

Founded in 1984, the Tucson Weekly is the Tucson news source that matters. Politics, culture, arts, music, food and everything else that makes our city great in print and online.

Hello world!

by littlesaigon @ Vietnamese Restaurant & Bar – Little Saigon

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See’s Candies Wetmore Location Grand Opening January 27

by Matt Sterner @ Tucson Foodie

Life can be like a box of chocolates, but you know exactly what you’re going to get with this sweet shop. See’s Candies is delivering more quality chocolates at the grand opening of its newest shop at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, January 27. See’s Candies has been around for more than 90 years, and many […]

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Miga Korean Cuisine

by Ms. Hangry Foodie @ ms. hangry foodie

Miga is the newest Korean restaurant to open up in Edmonton. Like most Korean eateries, it’s located somewhere in the southside. I swear that’s where all the good food is!...

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Munch Ado | Don’t Get Hangry

Munch Ado | Don’t Get Hangry


MunchAdo

What are you in the mood for? Find it with Munch Ado. Search for your food life and order late-night delivery, takeout after work, or book a restaurant with a rooftop view for your next bestie brunch. Start your food adventure and join today.

Tucson City of Gastronomy Happy Hour with Don Guerra at DOWNTOWN Kitchen + Cocktails

by Matt Sterner @ Tucson Foodie

DOWNTOWN Kitchen + Cocktails is hosting a happy hour/networking session and fundraiser from 4 – 6 p.m. on Wednesday, January 24. During the happy hour, local artisan baker Don Guerra of Barrio Bread, who was actually named one of the Top Ten Bakers of America, will be hanging out behind the bar as the night’s […]

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Pho Boy

by Ms. Hangry Foodie @ ms. hangry foodie

One of the latest eateries that I’ve gone to is Pho Boy, which replaced B’s Diner off Whyte Ave (and which I still dearly miss btw – remember those ramen...

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Miss Saigon Cafe

Miss Saigon Cafe


Houston Press

This soothing little room with its elegiac mural of a Saigon street is the perfect respite from Village shopping. Among the Vietnamese dishes with (pricey) Parisian polish, regulars choose the enormous bowls of vermicelli topped with marinated and grilled meats or shrimp. The crisp fried egg rolls are a must; they're stuffed with pork, chicken and seafood, with lettuce leaves and mint for...

Miss Saigon

Miss Saigon


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Coming from a Vietnamese background, I don’t often review Vietnamese places.. mostly because I don’t think anything beats my mom’s homemade dishes and because I also acknowledge t…

Miss Saigon: Phoritto - ms. hangry foodie

Miss Saigon: Phoritto - ms. hangry foodie


ms. hangry foodie

Introducing YEG’s first-ever Phoritto!  Yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like… pho (Vietnamese noodle soup) in the form of a burrito! But first, let’s discuss where and when you can...

Welcome to Miss Saigon Cafe

Welcome to Miss Saigon Cafe


Miss Saigon Cafe

Fusion Vietnamese Foods

Home - Miss. Saigon

Home - Miss. Saigon


Miss. Saigon

It’s All About PHO Miss. Saigon Home of Pho and Vietnamese dishes Bringing the pho experience to a new level introducing class and elegance OUR STORY Miss. Saigon was developed around bringing the Vietnamese culture to a new city. We stretched our compassion for foreign dishes such as our #1 YEG ranked Pho and Vietnamese … HomeRead More »

Miss Saigon: Phoritto

by Ms. Hangry Foodie @ ms. hangry foodie

Introducing YEG’s first-ever Phoritto!  Yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like… pho (Vietnamese noodle soup) in the form of a burrito! But first, let’s discuss where and when you can...

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PIP: Brunchin’ Everyday

by Ms. Hangry Foodie @ ms. hangry foodie

I checked out PIP a few weeks ago and I have to say it’s such a cute and cozy brunch spot! PIP is owned by The Next Act and Meat,...

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Story

by admin @ Miss Saigon

A Story How Miss Saigon Got to Tennessee... After seven days floating…

Las Olas Wine and Food Festival 2018 Promo Code

by Paola Mendez @ Coral Gables Love

Las Olas Wine and Food Festival 2018 Promo Code It’s time to start planning for the next big Wine & Food Festival in South Florida, the Las Olas Wine & Food Festival 2018! For one night only, guests will stroll famous Las Olas Boulevard as the largest wine and food festival hits Fort Lauderdale! Experience the best of Greater Fort Lauderdale and its surrounding areas at the 23rd Annual Las Olas Wine and Food Festival, happening Friday, April 20, 2018 from 7:30-10:30 PM. #LOWFF will entertain thousands of foodies with 50+ selected restaurants, over 30 wineries showcasing 200+ wines, the 3rd Annual Best of the Best Chef Competition, live music, DJ’s, dancing, and incredible interactive experiences. This is an event not to miss. So if you are a foodie or wine lover grab your tickets at lasolaswff.com and use promo code: CGLOVE to receive 15% of your ticket price! About Las Olas Wine and Food Festival 2018 EVERYONE’S A VIP AT #LOWFF! With the flash of LOWFF’s signature wine-holder-necklace credential, guests will gain access into the VIP Lounges placed along each intersection as well as all luxury tasting pavilions decadently designed on each Las Olas block. “Neighborhood pavilions” will transport ...

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Enter To Win 2 Tickets to Out To Brunch Food Festival

by Paola Mendez @ Coral Gables Love

If brunching is one of your top activities, then you’ll want to hear about Miami New Times’ Out To Brunch Food Festival. Get ready for a Miami boozy brunch on Saturday, April 14, 2018 from 12PM – 3:30PM at Soho Studios (2136 NW 1st Ave, Miami, FL 33127). Enter to Win 2 Out To Brunch General Admission Tickets Woop! Woop! GIVEAWAY ALERT! This week we’re giving away 2 general admission tickets to Out To Brunch 2018! Winner gets to eat unlimited brunch and cocktail samples. This giveaway has a retail value of $120 and you can win it for FREE! To enter the giveaway simply: 1. Follow @CoralGablesLove on Instagram 2. Follow @MiamiNewTimes on Instagram 3. Leave a comment below tagging your brunch-loving friend. 4. Have other foodie friends? Tag them in a comment on the Coral Gables Love Instagram Giveaway Post for additional entries! Each comment is an entry! 5. Want more entries? Sign up for the CGL Newsletter and get notified about weekly giveaways in your inbox. Never miss a giveaway again! (We check you followed the rules when selecting a winner) Contest ends Sunday, 01/28/2018 at 11:59 pm EST. What To Expect at Out To Brunch You’re ...

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“Raijin Ramen” to Open January 23 in Former Saga Sushi

by Jackie Tran @ Tucson Foodie

After a month of permit-related delays, hotly-anticipated ramen joint Raijin Ramen announced it will open its doors at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, January 23: Raijin, named after the Shinto god of lightning, thunder, and storms, is the project of Ginza Sushi’s Jun and Diana Arai. The restaurant at 2955 E. Speedway Blvd. previously housed Saga Restaurant & […]

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VONS Steakhouse and Oyster Bar

VONS Steakhouse and Oyster Bar

by eatwithshar0n @ eat with sharon

To celebrate my parent’s 25th wedding anniversary, I found myself making a reservation for VONS because my Dad was wanting some oysters. I’m not a huge seafood person so I was relying on the recommendations and reviews of others that I’d found online.. Located just off of Whyte Ave, I found VONS to be fairly [...]

Houston Vietnamese Restaurant-Lunch & Dinner Coupon

Houston Vietnamese Restaurant-Lunch & Dinner Coupon


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Save on delicious Vietnamese recipe foods at Miss Saigon Café in Houston, TX. Use our coupon for savings on your next lunch meal.

Pizza Cono (Closed)

by Ms. Hangry Foodie @ ms. hangry foodie

Pizza Cono is exactly what it sounds like, a pizza in a cone shape. It’s located in the food court of West Edmonton Mall, near the Waterpark. Their main offerings...

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The Leynia Brunch At The Delano Hotel Is Worth Venturing Out Of Coral Gables

by Paola Mendez @ Coral Gables Love

Sundays are for brunching with your crazy BFF; and that’s exactly what I did last weekend! I’m happy to report that so should you. Last weekend, Andrea (owner of Vintage Unicorn) and I were invited to try the brunch at the Delano’s signature South Beach restaurant, Leynia. Photo & handlettering credit: Vintage Unicorn Led by Chef Jose Icardi, Leynia is an Argentine restaurant inspired by flavors from Japan. You can choose to dine indoors or out, on their expansive, covered patio where you can enjoy the live jazz band. With a uniquely delicious a la carte brunch menu, live jazz, gorgeous settings, and all you can eat buffet – Leynia is one of the happiest places on earth. Mostly because they have incredible food and food makes me happy. Photo credit: Vintage Unicorn For those of us who love breakfast and brunch, their brunch over-delivers. Go make your reservations and check it out. Let me tell you what’s in store for you. The brunch is $70 per person on Sundays from 11:30 am – 4:00 pm. It includes a choice of two dishes from the a la carte brunch menu, unlimited amount of maki selections, meat from la parrilla, jamon ...

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Food Menu

by mssaigonyeg @ Miss. Saigon

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13 Joints for a Bowl of Pho in Tucson

13 Joints for a Bowl of Pho in Tucson


Tucson Foodie

Pho is not your "foe." It's pronounced "fuh?" and that questioning inflection is necessary. Here's our list of options for pho in Tucson.

New Thanh Hoài - Vietnamese Restaurant in Jersey City

New Thanh Hoài - Vietnamese Restaurant in Jersey City


New Thanh Hoài - Vietnamese Restaurant in Jersey City

Contemporary, high-ceilinged Vietnamese restaurant with an extensive menu & a full bar in downtown historic Jersey City.

Restaurant review: Miss Saigon in Kennedy Town – go for the pho

Restaurant review: Miss Saigon in Kennedy Town – go for the pho


South China Morning Post

The Vietnamese noodle soups are to die for in this newly opened restaurant, but the snacks don’t hit the spot

Fifth Annual SAVOR Southern Arizona Food & Wine Festival February 3

by Matt Sterner @ Tucson Foodie

You’re going to savor every last moment of this fun-filled festival that only comes once a year. SAACA, Local First Arizona, and Tucson Botanical Gardens are hosting SAVOR Southern Arizona Food and Wine Festival from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Saturday, February 3. The festival showcases the diversity of food and ingredients, and features […]

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Welcome on our new Homepage!

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The Pho Challenge

by mssaigonyeg @ Miss. Saigon

In life, there will always be people who seek recognition. They want to be remembered for their musical talent, athletic accolades, scientific discovery or other academic achievement. Their talent, their skill, or perhaps a rare, bizarre gift they possess is burned into the memories of society and they live on as champions. Then there is …

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Hotels near Miss SaiGon - Vietnamese Restaurant (Wuyuehua), Guangzhou - BEST HOTEL RATES Near Restaurants and Cafes, Guangzhou - China


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Miss Saigon

Miss Saigon

by eatwithshar0n @ eat with sharon

Coming from a Vietnamese background, I don’t often review Vietnamese places.. mostly because I don’t think anything beats my mom’s homemade dishes and because I also acknowledge that our dishes can differ a lot – depending on whereabouts in Vietnam one comes from (north, south, central etc.) However, Miss Saigon offers something different and new, [...]

Zwick’s Pretzels

by Ms. Hangry Foodie @ ms. hangry foodie

If you haven’t heard by now, Edmonton got its first freshly baked pretzel store! Having just opened less than a month ago, there are already lineups on the daily. It’s...

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Here’s what to eat at the restaurants Guy Fieri visited

by Jackie Tran @ Tucson Foodie

While we’re happy for the restaurants that Guy Fieri recently visited, we fear the lines will be crazy once the show airs. Here’s what we recommend eating at each restaurant ASAP before you have to deal with crowds. Chef Alisah’s Restaurant 5931 N. Oracle Rd. # 117 Know much about Bosnian food? Considering there are only […]

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Dorinku

by Ms. Hangry Foodie @ ms. hangry foodie

Hi guys! I’m back! I’m gonna start getting back into my blogging mode so I’ll start off with one of my new favorite eateries. Dorinku is an izakaya located on...

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Why Delivery Dudes Is My Go-To Food Delivery Service

by Paola Mendez @ Coral Gables Love

I am excited to share with you why I prefer to order food using our sponsor, Delivery Dudes! Sometimes you’re too busy. Sometimes you’re too tired. Sometimes your underwear is too awesome to wear pants over. The reasons to order from Delivery Dudes are endless because anything is more fun than battling traffic, finding parking and picking up take-out. When hunger strikes, head to DeliveryDudes.com to peruse a variety of menus from your favorite local restaurants. Once you’ve decided what will cure those hunger pangs, simply place your order online or over the phone. Then, while you’re kicking your feet up, starting a Netflix binge-watching session or working on your Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Delivery Dudes will be racing around town picking up your food faster than you thought humanly possible, for just $5. I can order from Coral Gables and Coconut Grove restaurants What’s doubly awesome about ordering from Delivery Dudes is that my Coral Gables address falls under both the Coral Gables and Coconut Grove areas. So whenever I have the need for Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza party I order via Delivery Dudes, but when I am craving Bombay Darbar from the Grove I can use the same service! ...

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