Cafe Deco, a unique restaurant located in The Peak Galleria, is the ideal destination for a fine dining experience. With sheer glass from floor to ceiling and an incredible view of The Peak, Cafe Deco is a landmark in Hong Kong. The restaurant s massive windows are all that stand between the diner and one of the world s most spectacular sights Hong Kong s world famous skyline and busy harbour. www.SO U.TV
Approximately 10 miles of the curvy KY State Route 22 from It's intersection at Route 10 near Powersville towards Falmouth, KY. Nothing but gorgeous miles of country-ridgeline farmland with a few great glimpses into the valleys below. Sit back and relax and enjoy the ride. And no, I gave no permission to the stowaway on my lens. All this on my beloved (though departed) 1989 Honda Hawk GT NT650. Miss that bike.
Pets Central, one of Hong Kongs larger veterinarian, is fighting a redundant law prohibiting dogs entering restaurants and cafes in Hong Kong. The fight started when Hong Kongs Food and Environmental Health Department denied Pets Central to open a cafe at their flagship clinic. www.SO-U.TVs Pet Channel was at the press conference organised in December by Peter de Krassel, board member of the Pet Parents Cafe. Check out the highlight of the press conference.
Cathay Che is a New York based travel writer who has blazed her way through about 50 countries (so far). She is also the author of the book, Deborah Harry: Platinum Blonde, the only authorized biography of the iconic Blondie frontwoman. She was a contributing editor at Time Out New York from 1995-2004, and is now a contributing editor at LEXUS magazine. She has been happily contributing her uncensored travel blog, TRAVEL JUNKIE: Addicted to a Taste of Strange, to MOLI.com for sixteen months. She has also written for concierge.com, DailyCandy.com, Brides, forbestraveler.com, Everyday With Rachel Ray, Budget Travel, Mens Journal, Details, Interview, InStyle, The New York Post travel section, The Honolulu Advertiser, men.style.com, and Glamour. As a performance artist, Che has appeared in New York at The Kitchen, PS 122, Dixon Place, WOW Cafe, Exit Art and The Public Theater. Her first media-related job was as the on-air movie reviewer for the cable TV show, Party Talk, from 1993-1996. Courtesy of cathayche on MOLI.com.
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Come enjoy a taste of France on Bastille Day, and every day, at Mimi’s Cafe. The culinary adventure kicks off July 14, in honor of French Independence Day. Mimi’s® is offering new French-inspired menus and a chance to win a trip to Provence. Mimi’s will also debut its luscious new Chocolate Mousse Muffin with a tasty offer: two free muffins with valid coupon and any purchase.
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Mimi’s Cafe invites guests to “Come Enjoy a Taste of France” with the arrival of its latest seasonal menus—Tour de Paris. As the second stop on Mimi’s culinary journey, the new food and drink choices are inspired by the culinary capital of the world and are available for a limited time at an incredible value.
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Mimi’s Cafe Goes Red. Starting in February, American Heart Month, Mimi’s Cafe is giving a piece of its heart to the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement. The neighborhood bistro inspired by France is the first-ever restaurant to nationally support the effort. Go Red For Women is dedicated to fighting heart disease, the number one killer of women, and harnessing the energy, passion and power women have to band together and collectively wipe out the disease.
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