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Monday, 04 October 2021

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kat

was fun walking with you:)

Kirk

Thanks for coming along Kat!

Sandy

I've never been to the market; parking is usually a deterrent for Little Italy, but early morning is the way to go and check out the neighborhood. The dragon tongue beans are intriguing!

I was at Morning Glory a few weeks ago, and I wasn't that impressed with the food with the exception of the souffle pancakes. The restaurant does have a fun atmosphere.

Soo

Those are some cool houses you found!

Kirk

Yes, parking can be an issue Sandy. That's why I park on Ivy and take a nice stroll to the Mercato right when it opens. Hope you get a chance to try out the Dragon Tongue beans....the Missus loves them.

Those houses on State Street were very cool Soo!

Junichi

Mmmm. Pozole. Need to hit up Dona Maria next time I visit my folks down south. It's soup weather again.

Kirk

I always look forward to when things cool off Junichi! More soup for me!

Joy

Definitely an area that needs to be visited on a weekday for maximum enjoyment. I'm a walker and trying to get through the mazes of people otherwise is a deterrent. That said, I still haven't made it to the market on Wednesdays, which I imagine is a quieter scene than the droves of people on Saturday mornings.

Kirk

Hi Joy - It's not so bad right when the Mercato starts. Exploring the surrounding area is also quite enjoyable.

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