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Mid-Daily Items: BarBe Q wins fashion dispute

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*Is that Chinese Buffet the restaurant in Sacramento you were referring to last time? I think I saw a commercial on television about it the other day.

*This is one of my favorite restaurants In Sacramento.


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*There are around 5 restaurants in Sacramento CA. that I go to whenever I visit for the Summer. Those are the only places I will eat anytime I'm there visiting.

*Where is a really good suggestion for restaurants in Downtown Sacramento? There are a few that I frequent, but I really need to try something new for a change.

*What do you think are the best restaurants in Sacramento. I like BBQ, Chinese food, and Mexican food the most.


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This just in on The Mid-Daily Items' news wires: BarBe Q, the shapely mannequin outside KT's Barbecue restaurant outside Cincinnati, can continue wearing her revealing halter top and short shorts.

As Mid-Daily Item readers may remember, the Design Review Board in Reading, Ohio, agreed in May to let BarBe Q remain on display outside as long as she dressed more modestly.

But restaurant owner Kenny Tessel appealed, and Monday night a zoning panel in the community of Reading agreed with him 3-2.

He had told the design review board that the advertising gimmick had increased his business by 40 percent.

Tessel says he's very happy and can now get back to business.

- Police in Portland, Maine are on the lookout for a thief with an eye for roses.

Gardeners at Portland's Deering Oaks Park noticed Monday that someone had snipped 100 blooms from the rose bushes. The same thing happened last year, but not on the same scale.

Perhaps someone has found a cheap way to give an anniversary gift.

The Deering Oaks Rose Circle features 600 rose bushes, and horticulture supervisor John Shannon calls it a "jewel to the city of Portland."

Shannon tells The Portland Daily Sun he's saddened to see the poaching. Police are boosting patrols.

- Ouch!

A robber left his mark on his victim in San Antonio, Texas, by biting her left arm.

San Antonio police are seeking the man who robbed 65-year-old Rita Cervantes after she cashed a check at a bank and was getting into her van.




Sure, you have a blast when you're in Sacramento dinining out, but what do you do when you're not local, and your stomach starts to sing the ol' "I'm So Hungry" tune? If you go far, far, away, there are several obstacles that may get in the way. For instance, what about when you go out of the country? When everything around you looks, smells, and tastes different, where do you turn for guidance? How do you "feel at home" when you aren't'? When Everything is unfamiliar, how do you know what foods you should eat, or more importantly, which food you would enjoy?

Get opinions: No one knows where a great place to eat is better than people who have been there! Just get the opinions of people who are familiar with the area you are visiting. That is what they have tour guides for. Not only can you ask around, but you can simply go to a place where maps and other tourist literature are sold. Simply see what's most popular and most recommended. Like they say, millions of people can't be wrong. If it is a known place that has great popularity, there is most likely a reason. Obviously, we all have different opinions of what is good and what isn't, but the power of numbers can give you a general idea of what's good or what's bad.

Say you are not a peoples' person. "I don't want to interact with people I don't know!" Fine, for the extreme loners of the world, just do what you are doing right now...read what's going on online. You can get directions from virtual maps, read the opinions of others. Technology is really a great thing nowadays. Finding great restaurants near you is really as simple as typing your zip code into the search engines and seeing what results appear. Life has never been easier when it comes to accessing endless amounts of information in the "information age".

So, if you have the time of your life when you're in Sacramento eating out, don't let the petty things stop you when you are not in Sacramento. You may not feel like you're at home, but you sure can act like you are. If you are planning on going far, far, away, make the best of it. Use a little common sense, and you are bound to have a lotta fun!




Sure, you have a blast when you're in Sacramento dinining out, but what do you do when you're not local, and your stomach starts to sing the ol' "I'm So Hungry" tune? If you go far, far, away, there are several obstacles that may get in the way. For instance, what about when you go out of the country? When everything around you looks, smells, and tastes different, where do you turn for guidance? How do you "feel at home" when you aren't'? When Everything is unfamiliar, how do you know what foods you should eat, or more importantly, which food you would enjoy?

Get opinions: No one knows where a great place to eat is better than people who have been there! Just get the opinions of people who are familiar with the area you are visiting. That is what they have tour guides for. Not only can you ask around, but you can simply go to a place where maps and other tourist literature are sold. Simply see what's most popular and most recommended. Like they say, millions of people can't be wrong. If it is a known place that has great popularity, there is most likely a reason. Obviously, we all have different opinions of what is good and what isn't, but the power of numbers can give you a general idea of what's good or what's bad.

Say you are not a peoples' person. "I don't want to interact with people I don't know!" Fine, for the extreme loners of the world, just do what you are doing right now...read what's going on online. You can get directions from virtual maps, read the opinions of others. Technology is really a great thing nowadays. Finding great restaurants near you is really as simple as typing your zip code into the search engines and seeing what results appear. Life has never been easier when it comes to accessing endless amounts of information in the "information age".

So, if you have the time of your life when you're in Sacramento eating out, don't let the petty things stop you when you are not in Sacramento. You may not feel like you're at home, but you sure can act like you are. If you are planning on going far, far, away, make the best of it. Use a little common sense, and you are bound to have a lotta fun!

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