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Marsden Grotto: An old British “cave bar” created by dynamite

A legend was born in 1782, Jack Bates (later known as Jack the Blaster) used dynamite to blast a large cave into the side of a coastal cliff in Marsden Bay, England, creating a location for smugglers and pirates to hide their contraband. Nowadays it's a cool cave bar & restaurant.

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List: The Best of St. Louis’ New Restaurants in 2017

St. Louis' Sauce Magazine has selected the best 12 new local restaurants of 2017. Here's the link & list so you can save each place directly into your free MFP app.

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Rosie’s Bar & Grill in Ft. Lauderdale: “Not just a restaurant … it's an experience.”

Psst! Want to know where to get deep-dish Southern Style pecan pie bread pudding version of French Toast, washed down with an Agave Maria tequila drink and a whole lotta fun? Michael Mackie shows you where.

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Bistro C – Noosa Beach, QLD Australia

If you’ve ever wondered if there would be a restaurant where you could comfortably both start and end your day with an amazing view of a signature Aussie beach without sacrificing anything in the way of culinary delights? 

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Seven Lamps – Atlanta, GA's Secluded, Star-struck Eatery

Atlanta has a lot of spendy, upscale ‘burbs.  But if you find yourself hopelessly lost in Buckhead with little hope for escape, then keep an eye out for the restaurant, Seven Lamps.

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