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Out To Lunch Diving Divas Visit La Hacienda

How do you set your Mexican restaurant apart from the others? How about a tequila bar with 79 distinct tequilas, most 100% agave, differentiated by age and processing! Tequila tastings are now a thing in this town. The Dining Divas, plus intern Bryce, decided to try the made-from-scratch margaritas…

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Out To Lunch Diving Divas Explore Lemongrass and Ah-Z

Ever feel like getting away from it all to someplace completely outside your normal routine? Step into the Union Commons on the ground floor of the Purdue Memorial Union and you’ll feel like you’re in another world—if campus isn’t your usual hangout. We entered the hustle and bustle for lunch at two…

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Dining Divas Enjoy Mango Loco

Dining divas enjoyed another lunch out, this time to Mango Loco. The eyes on Kay’s whole shrimp lunch special were also on us, while we ate our way through some familiar and not so familiar Mexican dishes! [caption id="attachment_7428" align="alignright" ] Camarones Enchipoclados[/caption] Mango…

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The Dining Divas Visit Town & Gown Bistro

[caption id="attachment_6859" align="aligncenter" ] Corn Beef Hash[/caption] The Dining Divas specialize in the road less traveled—meaning we write about the ethnic food opportunities in town. But in this instance, Bev asked (a couple of times) if we might cover The Town & Gown Bistro. “She’s…

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Out to Lunch Dining Divas Visit Mi Cabanita

[caption id="attachment_6817" align="alignright" ] Huevos Rancheros[/caption] We all know not to judge a book by its cover but does that rule apply to a restaurant? In the case of Mi Cabanita the answer is yes. Our latest lunch outing took the Dining Divas south of Teal Road to Mi Cabanita, Mexican…

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Out to Lunch Divas Visit Mama Ines Mexican Bakery

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the wonderful scent of baked goods that greet you at the front door of Mama Ines Mexican Bakery should be worth five thousand or more. Our lunch trip to Mama Ines, 518 Sagamore Parkway N in Lafayette, was not our first. Bev and her husband Jeff are…

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