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You Have to Taste the Authentic Flavors at This Greek Café

Owners of this Greek café, brothers Eli and Dimitrios Alafogianis delight in introducing the coffee and delicacies of their homeland to Cambridge City. The Café Neo name stems appropriately from the Greek word “kafeneo,” meaning a community gathering place or coffee house. Just off I-70 at the…

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This Café Looks & Tastes So Good, It is Hard to Believe

Backed up against a wildlife refuge and serving food and desserts that look almost as good as they taste, you have to experience this café for yourself. Batar first showed up on my radar a couple of years ago when I saw pictures of stunningly beautiful sugar cookies made somewhere in southeast…

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Be cozy, be satisfied, b on the River.

My fellow college students can agree that one of the best things about coming home for the holidays is gorging at favorite locals restaurants. Having lived in Elkhart for my entire life, the restaurants I frequent don’t change much. However, tonight my mom and I decided to try something new – b on…

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Clabber Girl

While in Terre Haute the other week visiting their Children's Museum, I had the opportunity to visit the Clabber Girl Museum and Bake Shop. If you don't know, Clabber Girl (known for its baking powder) began in Terre Haute in 1879. In the 1920s it became more of a household name after a nationwide…

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