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September 30 2014
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"Fresh, Organic, Superbly Tasty"

In the course of our weeklong stay in FL for our summer vacation, we ate at Stinky's three times for lunch. My fried oyster and salad dish was sublime -oysters were large and perfectly battered and fried, the salad was unlike I have ever had. Apparently, the chef picks out the leaves and veggies from a friend who cultivates his organic farm nearby. The freshly picked leaves were unusual, not the typical romaine or spring sort. It also included grilled potatoes and pea-sized cucumbers among other exquisite veggies. The salad was certainly original and incredibly tasty and filling.

When we came the second time and I ordered the same salad with glowing comments, the server brought me close to double the size of salad that I got the first time. They have an equally appetizing kids menu with the usual assortments of mac and cheese and chicken tenders of their similarly tasty homemade touch. I agree with the landlady of our condo who has lived in the area for many years that this is indeed the best seafood place in the Destin, FL area. Note that Sunday brunch with its selective menu has live music and gets filled up with a crowd quickly.

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Stinky's Fish Camp
5960 CR 30-A,
Santa Rosa Beach,
Florida
September 30 2014
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"Fun for a relaxing day"

If your family likes window shopping and eating, you should definitely stroll the streets of Old Town Temecula where you'll find a variety of tasty eateries, souvenir shops, antique stores, and other retail establishments.
It can get hot here, so I recommend visiting in the morning or afternoon. Don't miss eating at E.A.T.!

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Old Town Temecula
Old Town Front Street,
Temecula,
California 92593
September 30 2014
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"Older kids might care"

Your littles will just think of this as another retail store as they most likely won't enjoy sampling olive oils. I thought it was super fun to be able to taste the variety of oils, made just a few miles away at a local olive oil vineyard.

The oils aren't cheap, but it is fun to sample them and I brought home a tasty dipping sauce for breads, pastas, and veggies.

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Temecula Olive Oil Company
28653 Old Town Front St ,
Temecula,
California
September 30 2014
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"LOVE this restaurant"

True Food Kitchen, located in San Diego's Fashion Valley Mall, is a MUST VISIT for families traveling to San Diego who are interested in healthy food that your children actually will eat.

All of the food at True Food Kitchen is prepped on site; there is nothing frozen, microwaved, processed, or stored. No artificial sweeteners or preservatives are used in anything, and they use local, organic produce whenever possible. Gluten-free, allergen free, vegan, vegetarian, paleo, and other diets are fully welcomed.

The food here is not only healthy, it is absolutely delicious. The gluten free pizzas were AMAZING, drinks made onsite daily (from fresh made soda to squeezed juice concoctions), and the GF Shrimp Chili Noodles were a must-try.

Can't wait to come back to this beautiful and healthy restaurant.

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True Food Kitchen
Fashion Valley Mall 7007 Friars Rd #394,
San Diego,
California
September 30 2014
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"Extraordinary Artisan Table"

Extraordinary Artisan Table (aka E.A.T) is a great place to eat if you are craving uber fresh ingredients with both a healthy focus and an artistic flare.

Dining is ordered counter style and a large portion of the tables are family style, meaning you might be sharing a table with new friends.

Gluten free, allergen free, and paleo dieters are well served here- there are plenty of delicious options, including a paleo brownie that I am still dreaming of.

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E.A.T. Marketplace
28410 Old Town Front St,
Temecula,
California