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News Anchor and Pittsburgh native go Italian

After moving to the Eastern Shore, Greg and Jill Peterson became hooked on the product that Mark Bentz was putting out at his previous restaurant. Greg has a passion for Italian food and has had the opportunity to experience some well known big city Italian restaurants. He and his family enjoyed Mark’s food for years…

DarLester

Something Sweet on Main Street

In the five years that Something Sweet Bake Shop was been in existence, it has made quite a name for itself. An after school snack for some, birthday cupcakes or a pick-me-up treat for a friend, even the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest brownie! The tiny bake shop in Downtown Daphne recently…

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The Feo’s mission to provide Premium EVOO

Vitina and Stephano Feo are business owners with an enduring passion for keeping their heritage alive and educating the public about what the olive oil industry is really about. Vitina was born and raised in Venezuela while Stephano is from New Jersey. They met in California while Vitina was studying at UCLA. They married, started…

MyPLACE

My Place is NOT moving next to Piggly Wiggly

The establishment that is scheduled to open later this month in the Plantation Pointe Shopping Center is PLOW. I sat down with Bobby Kilpatrick and Robert Yarbrough recently to get the 411 on what was really going on and plans for the future. Below is a copy of the article that was published in the…

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East Shore Cafe • Main Street • Daphne, AL

Proprietors Larry Mickleson & John Sibley I’ve known these guys for quite a few years. They put out an incredible amount of food from a tiny kitchen with consistency and hardly any wait time. The staff treats you like family because many of their patrons frequent the establishment to the extent that they might as…