Another Perfect Florida Wedding

You gotta love short work weeks. I can’t believe this week is already almost over right now. My body is long over due for some rest this weekend. I’ve been feeling kind of under the weather since I got back late on Tuesday night honestly, so I think some time in my PJ’s with my Netflix will be exactly what I need.

I couldn’t let this week slip past without telling you about the whole reason I went down to Florida last weekend: to celebrate Phil’s sister’s wedding.

To make a long story short, Amanda was in the grade above me in high school, so I’ve kept up with her over the years on Facebook and whatnot. Seeing her relationship with her now husband, Eric, grow via social media was such an honor. When Phil and I started dating, I was able to get to know Amanda and Eric as a couple beyond the Instagram filters and became even further convinced that they were perfect for each other.

Their wedding was at the St. Petersburg Shuffle Board Club where I actually attended the wedding of my friend, Katherine, back in April. It’s such a unique and casual venue that gives off all the Florida vibes. Unfortunately, in typical Florida fashion, the rain decided to make an appearance on and off throughout the day, so the wedding and reception were moved inside and no shuffle boarding took place.

In spite of the rain, it was still an absolutely beautiful wedding celebrating the love of Amanda and Eric. I wish I had taken more pictures because there were so many personal touches like this canvas which doubled as a guest book. 


One of the things I was looking forward to the most (OK, what I always look forward to the most at weddings) was the cake. Amanda is an amazing cake decorating goddess who made her own wedding cake! She officially deserves some type of medal or something for that.


You can see the rain soaked shuffle board courts in the background. But let’s be real, the bride and groom completely stole the show.



Oh, and I guess this guy doesn’t clean up so bad himself : )


Even though the weekend flew by, I was so honored to be a part of all the wedding festivities leading up to the big day. It’s not every day that you see a couple who literally seem made for each other, but that’s exactly what you get with Amanda and Eric. Congrats to the newlyweds!

Rain on the wedding day: good luck?

What’s the best personal touch you’ve seen at a wedding?


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Eating Around the World: Disney Food and Wine Festival Review Part 1

Hello my long lost friends!!

It has been too long! Please bear with me as I try to catch up on all that has been going on for the past week since I took a little break. I had a whirlwind vacation down in Florida celebrating Phil’s sister and new brother-in-law as they got married over the weekend. We managed to pack so much into six days that I’m now in desperate need of a post-vacation vacation.

Since it is still technically Wednesday (and on Wednesdays we talk about food), I figured I would share my experience with Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival from when I went on Monday. Every fall, Epcot holds their annual Food and Wine Festival which highlights culinary experiences from around the world. Little kiosks are set-up around the World Showcase area of Epcot to represent the different countries with sample food and drinks for purchase from the respective country.

I’ve wanted to go to the festival for several years now, so when Phil’s sister suggested going the day after their wedding I was beyond excited. You should be forewarned that there are a lot of food pictures about to come your way. I would like to point out that all the food from the kiosks are pretty small portions (usually a few bites worth) and we split pretty much everything (because along with the park admission, you are still paying between $3.50-$8.50 per food item). Therefore, if you want to be able to try as much food as possible, I highly recommend finding a food buddy to share everything with if you go.


 SCOTLAND: Seared Sea Scallop with Spinach-Cheddar Gratin and Crispy Bacon

This was, hands-down, the best food item I had at the festival. I could have eaten an entire bowl full of that spinach-cheddar gratin. This immediately started my Food and Wine Festival experience off on the right foot. 


 NEW ZEALAND: Seared Venison Loin with Wild Mushroom Marsala Sauce and Kumara Dumpling

I honestly was not a huge fan of this dish. It was good, but not something I would get again. 


 AUSTRALIA: Grilled Lamb Chop with Mint Pesto and Potato Crunchies

This. This was so good. The flavor itself was what impressed me. I could have cared less about actually eating the meat. I just wanted to suck the juice like a lollipop. Yes, I know that’s the worst description I could possibly give you. Fancy food blogger, I am not. 


 WINE STUDIO: Trio of Artisan Cheeses

Wine and cheese? Yes, please! This booth was a must stop for me. The Karst Cave-aged cheese (left) and the La Bonne Vie Goat cheese (middle) were the stars of the trio for sure. Oh, and the wine was pretty good too : )


 CHEW LAB: Liquid Nitro Chocolate-Almond Truffle with Warm Whiskey-Caramel

I had my eye on this guy before even going to the festival. It was on my “must try” list. Phil and I decided that it looked so amazing that we each needed our own. The whiskey caramel sauce was perfection. The truffle itself was just chocolatey enough without being too rich or sweet. The texture was pretty similar to ice cream, but without the coldness.


 Around this time, the newly married couple arrived and we headed straight to Mexico for some margaritas. 


 Inside Mexico, there is a tequila bar called La Cava del Tequila where the most magical little unicorn of drinks exists: the avocado margarita. Yes, this is made with real avocados. It’s fresh and not too sweet. Although the texture is more frozen than on the rocks, so it filled me up pretty quick. 



 After getting our margarita fix, we continued onward around the World Showcase…

AFRICA: Berbere-style Beef Tenderloin Tips with Onions, Jalapeños, Tomato and Pap

Phil tried this dish last year and raved about it, so it was a must for him to get again this year. I’m not quite sure what pap is, but I think it must be pretty close to grits. 


 GERMANY: Schinkennudeln: Pasta Gratin with Ham and Cheese

Do you like how the picture quality of the food drastically went downhill as the day progressed? Clearly we were just ready to dig into this one with the fork poised for attack. This was one of my favorites from the day as well. Anytime the word ‘gratin’ is involved, it will be a guaranteed hit for me. 


 After Germany, we went over to check out the Smashmouth concert. You read that correctly, Smashmouth was in the house. Who knew they were still a band? It was actually a really fun concert and probably one of my favorite life memories will be singing at the top of my lungs to “All-Star.” 


 My first Food and Wine Festival was a complete success. There were a few items that made it from the kiosk to my mouth without a picture, but I think the pictures here accurately represent the day. So many yummy treats were consumed and I was with the best company possible.  


 I can’t wait to head back for Part 2 of my Food and Wine Festival adventure this year when I go down for the Wine n’ Dine Half marathon. I will probably have to eat all the foods to refuel, right? ; )

Have you ever been to Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival?

If you could eat from any country in the world, where would it be?

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See Ya in a Week!

Hey there!

I’m just dropping in to let y’all know that I will be MIA from the blogworld for the next week. I’m off to celebrate the wedding of some sweet friends and making a little vacation of it all. Let’s just say the following activities may or may not be involved…





 I hope you all have a great week and I’ll check back in with some tasty treats from Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival next Wednesday. Be sure to follow me on Instagram so we can keep up in the meantime!

Disney world vs. Universal Studios?

Restful vacations or vacations filled with activities?

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Weekend Recap: The Weekend I Almost Officially Became a Cat Lady

Well hello my mimosa loving friends! Yes, that is the one thing I learned from my WIAW Wednesday post last week. Y’all are a bunch of mimosa drinkers which probably explains why we get along so well.

How was your weekend (the last weekend of September mind you)? My weekend was pretty uneventful. Minus the whole ‘I almost got another cat’ thing. I guess I can’t really brush that one off can I? 

You see it all started about a year ago back when I published this blog post detailing how I discovered some stray cats in the woods by my work. Long story short, the little black cat or “Mamma Cat” as I now refer to her gave birth to a litter of kittens back in the spring. Now, I feed Mamma Cat along with the four “kittens” in that litter. The other day as I was back putting out some food, I heard a meow that didn’t sound familiar. It was so high-pitched and small that it could only come from a kitten. When I looked around, I discovered the tiniest little kitten coming towards the food bowl.


Everyday last week when I went to put out food, this little guy would come and meow in his tiny voice. On Friday, when I went to put out food for the weekend, I saw him again and just could not leave him all alone for the weekend. I mean, look at that little mustache! So, I conspired with my coworker and we developed a plan to try to catch the kitten. I watched my fair share of The Crocodile Hunter as a child which I like to think mentally helped prep me for exactly this moment in life. Catching the little guy was so much easier than I thought it would be. He practically let me pick him up and carry him inside. (Side note: The Mamma Cat has been living in a different area of the woods now since all the younger cats now live right by my work. So, I know she has not been around taking care of this little kitten.)

Once inside, I let him slowly come around in his own time. It took him about 30 minutes or so, but he quickly warmed up to me.


 When I got off work, I took the little guy to the vet where I discovered he was officially a he and about six weeks old. Also, he was just over a pound!

I took him home that night and kept him in a bathroom separate from my cats and prayed that I would be able to find him a good home. My dad and I became quite attached to the little guy over the course of the weekend. He was simply too sweet and cute not to fall in love with him. He would purr just by you looking at him. I think he was adjusting to the domestic cat life pretty well.


 On Sunday afternoon, I met up with a girl from my church who saw the picture I posted of him on Facebook and was going to take him to her sister. Apparently, they had been on the quest for a new kitten. Her nephew specifically requested a black and white one, so little guy fit the bill! I’m happy to report that he is fitting in so well with his new family. Although I was incredibly sad to say goodbye, I knew he was going to be in good hands and make a perfect new friend to some very lucky boys.

 I did learn a valuable lesson this weekend. Fostering animals is hard. I seriously did not want to give the kitten up even though I knew it wouldn’t have been smart for me to keep him. Because if I’ve learned anything from Taylor Swift it’s that two cats is a party, but three cats makes you a crazy cat lady.

Thanks to Erin for the Weekend Recap!

How was your weekend?

But really, how many cats is a girl allowed to have before becoming a crazy cat lady? I’m asking for a friend…

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WIAW: Noble Crust Review

Happy Wednesday!! I am so excited to be halfway through this week. You just don’t even know.

Thank you so much for all your heartfelt comments on yesterday’s post! I don’t know why I get nervous to share things like that because y’all are always so incredibly welcoming and encouraging when I do. I’m so grateful for your friendship via this little blogging world : )

Today I wanted to share a WIAW (What I Ate Wednesday) from two weekends ago because I’m a rebel like that. And because it’s my blog and I do what I want and all.

Whenever I am down in St. Petersburg, Phil and I always make sure we hit up brunch at Noble Crust. Noble Crust is an Italian/Southern style restaurant that is actually managed by two of the founders of Bonefish. As soon as I found this out, I knew I would be in good hands.

Not only is the food beyond amazing at Noble Crust, but the prices are pretty reasonable for the portion and quality you receive. Granted, I have only been here for brunch, but Phil has been for dinner and still sings their praises.

Brunch at Noble Crust begins with a mimosa since they are included with every entree. Yes, I said included. Mimosas all around, y’all!

noble-crust-review I tried to be stealth, but failed.

Next up comes an appetizer to split. It pretty much takes us a good five minutes every time to narrow down the choices because everything sounds so amazing. This time, we went with the pimento cheese arancini which came with a rosemary pepper jelly. Oh my. The Southerner in me was in heaven with these little fried balls of cheese. (I have such a way with words sometimes don’t I?)


 Our entrees were a much easier pick since we both went with an old faithful: the frittata primavera which comes with spinach, asparagus, goat cheese and the most delicious hollandaise sauce you will ever put in your mouth. Phil had a side of arugula salad while I had the watermelon basil salad.

The good thing about this meal is that it’s so much food, so you are guaranteed some leftovers for the next day, or in my case later that night when you return from an evening of dancing at a wedding completely famished.


One of these days, I will get to Noble Crust after the noon hour, so I can properly try their non-brunch menu. Until then, Noble Crust ranks as the best place to grab brunch in the Tampa Bay area in my book. 

Plus, they have homemade gelato. Enough said!

Favorite brunch item?

Mimosas or bloody Mary’s?

Does anyone really like bloody Mary’s though?

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What Experience Has Taught Me

Hi again there my friends!

Today’s post will be a little different than normal. If you’ve been reading for awhile then you know that every now and then I try to break away from the status qua to share my heart with you. Of course, each time when I sit down to write a post like this, I end up second guessing every single word as I type it. It’s a tough balance for me between being open and transparent, yet still remaining somewhat guarded and not oversharing. Bear with me as I try.


 C.S. Lewis has long been one of my favorite authors. As a child, I loved his Chronicles of Narnia series, but it wasn’t until I entered into high school and college that I realized the pure brilliance of his other works. This quote in particular is one that I have always loved. However, not until recently did I really identify with the meaning.

You see, a year ago, I made some pretty major life changes. You would have never known just by looking at my blog or Facebook because I tried my best to keep things private. I purposely did that, not because I felt ashamed or anything, but because I knew I needed time to process the changes and heal in my own way. For me, that involved rediscovering the things that I loved and that filled me with joy. Looking back now, I can’t believe I didn’t make the changes sooner. In hindsight, I can see how truly unhappy and trapped I was under those different circumstances. Whenever I start to catch myself thinking that way, I remind myself that every experience has a purpose and has shaped me in some way into who I am at this moment. 

So, who am I at this moment exactly?

Ever evolving that’s for sure.

But, there are a few things that I know with certainty and that have really been cemented in my mind within this past year.

I am…

A child of God covered by His perfect and unfailing grace.

– Through God’s strength alone much stronger than I ever imagined I could be.

Confident in the person that I’ve become and in my worth as an individual.

Loved. And by the most beautiful, caring and selfless people on top of it all.

– Someone with a story to tell and thoughts/opinions that are valuable and valid.

– Happy. Joyful. At peace.

Thankful. Seriously, thank God for second chances, new beginnings, His faithfulness, new friends, old friends and restoration.

The past year has been one of growing pains, but it has also been the best year of my life. Now, when I look back on the person I was a year ago at this time, I’m proud. I’m proud because that girl took a risk. That girl was brave. That girl didn’t care what anyone else thought, but did what she knew was best for her in the long run. And you know what? It paid off. Boy, did it ever pay off.

So, thanks for being a part of my journey this part year without even really knowing it. Thank you for allowing me to take a break every now and then and spill the thoughts that get trapped up in my mind. Most of all, thank you for your constant support and encouragement. At the end of the day, I am so grateful.

How have the experiences (good or bad) in your life helped shape you into the person you are in this moment?



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The Perks of Being a Homebody: Crunch Live Review

We made it!! 

It is Friday yet again! As much fun as the past two weekends were, I am extremely grateful to be at home this weekend. I may or may not have a huge pile of laundry and a still to be unpacked suitcase that need attending to at some point.

There is just something about being in the comfort of your own home. Whether it’s dinner, a night in or a rainy day, nothing can quite beat the ease of staying at home sometimes. In the past few years, I have applied this principle to my workouts as well. After years spent working and working out at a gym, I learned to embrace going for runs or bike rides in my neighborhood or doing weights in my room. I found it’s so much harder to say “no” when I have everything I need right at my disposal and don’t have to go anywhere. One of my favorite ways to work out from home is by doing a workout video. Thanks to Youtube and other channels, there are literally countless videos right at your fingertips of practically any workout you could want.

Recently, I was given the opportunity to have a trial membership with CrunchLive. You may be familiar with Crunch Gym which is the physical gym that has locations all across the country. Crunch Live is the online extension of Crunch Gym where, for $9.99 a month, you receive access to the over 75 different workout videos they have available with their instructors.


 I think Crunch Live is a solid option for people who love the convenience of working out at home, but still want to get in a challenging and targeted workout. Here are a few of my thoughts about Crunch Live.

What I liked:

  • The ability to workout from home was easily the biggest perk.
  • The wide variety of video lengths ranging from just a few minutes to a full hour. This allowed me to get a workout in no matter how short on time I was.
  • The knowledge of the instructors – It was evident to me that all the instructors were truly instructors in real life. 
  • The numerous types of classes offered beyond your typical workouts- Hip hop anyone?
  • I’ve talked about my love for Barre classes in the past. As much as I love PureBarre, it was just too expensive and far of a drive for me to realistically sustain a membership there. Crunch Live offers numerous Barre style workouts which made me very happy.
  • The ability to create playlists specific to your goals. They even had one that was designed as cross-training for runners.

What I didn’t like:

  • Honestly, I am not a big fan of the monthly payment. Even though $9.99 a month is a relatively low price to pay for the quality of workouts you receive, it would be hard for me to justify that when I can search workout videos on Youtube for free.
  • Because Crunch Live is an extension of Crunch Gym, I felt like the instructors moved very quickly in general. Not that this is necessarily a bad thing, but you might not get the customization you need if you are a beginner or have injuries for example. Or if you are a bit uncoordinated like me, it may be hard to keep up initially.

I’ll leave you with a little preview of what one of Crunch Live’s videos is like. This a particular clip is from a Booty Barre class that managed to get my heart rate up while still giving me the low-key Barre workout that I love. 

Overall, I think Crunch Live has a lot of potential and is a great alternative for people who want to skip the gym part of working out. 

To learn more about Crunch Gym and Crunch Live, you can check them out here:






Gym vs. at home workouts – which do you prefer?

Do you ever utilize workouts videos online?

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Weekend Recap: The Perfect Florida Wedding

Hey friends!

I’m sorry this weekend update is going out a bit later than usual today. I got home from the airport around 1 AM on Monday morning and then had to be back up for work in a few short hours. Fun times.

But you know what really was fun? My weekend. I flew down to St. Petersburg, FL, on Friday to attend the wedding of Emma, one my good friends from high school. 

It honestly was one of the most beautiful weddings I have ever been to in my life. The venue was purely magical. It was basically a tropical garden oasis nestled along the inter-coastal. Emma made for an absolutely gorgeous bride. I loved her simple, almost bohemian wedding dress and style. The entire wedding really felt like a family affair. At one point, the officiant asked Emma and Trent to turn and look at all the people who had gathered to support them on their wedding day. I thought that was a really special way for the bride and groom to be able to soak up the moment for a bit and see all the excited faces of their loved ones.

I have to give my friend, Katherine, credit for this perfect photo of the new bride and groom. I am so bad about taking photos during the actual wedding ceremony.


 My favorite thing about the venue though? The peacocks. Yes, peacocks. They were everywhere! There’s at least five in the photo.




 I forgot how much my hair loves Florida humidity. Believe it or not, I actually attempted to curl my hair for the wedding. But after about five minutes outside…well, you see what I was working with at that point. Basically, I like to give Monica from Friends a run for her money when it comes to humidity hair.

After the ceremony, there was yummy food, delicious cake and lots of dancing. Between the dancing and Florida warm weather, I left feeling (and looking) like I had gotten a pretty great workout.


 The rest of my weekend was spent trying to spend as much time as possible with this guy before it was time to head back to Georgia.

Even though it was a quick trip, I always love being able to see old friends. It’s crazy to me to think about just how much time has passed (10 years!) from when I first met these wonderful people. Ultimately, it makes me incredibly grateful that I am still able to count so many people I knew from my high school days as my friends. It been a treat to quite literally grow up with these people.

How was your weekend?

Do you still stay in contact with any old friends from high school?


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Phil’s Disney Birthday Adventure Part 2: The Hoop De Doo Musical Review

This week has flown by, right?! It’s gone by extra fast for me since I have Friday off too. I’m actually heading back down to Florida this weekend for one of my high school friend’s weddings. Remember how I told you that the fall wedding season was upon us? Well, here we go to #2!

Now, when we last left off, Phil and I had just spent the day at Hollywood Studios for his birthday trip last Saturday, so I’ll pick back up to that point. After leaving Hollywood Studios, we got ready for Phil’s surprise dinner that night: the Hoop De Doo Musical Review! The Hoop De Doo Musical Review is a dinner show that has been held at Disney’s Ft. Wilderness for over 40 years. It’s a bit of a Disney tradition. The show is over the top and silly, but it’s a classic and you are sure to leave smiling.

We arrived to Disney’s Ft. Wilderness area by boat via the Magic Kingdom about an hour before our 8:30 show so we could have some time to walk around and explore the gorgeous grounds. It reminded me of one giant Disney summer camp.




 At 8:30, we were promptly seated at our table right up front where a big bowl of salad and loaf of cornbread were waiting for us. Have I mentioned yet that the Hoop De Doo Review is all you can eat AND drink? Yes, you heard me right. Our waitress was bringing us round two of drinks before we even finished round one.




 The main course is served family style. It consisted of ribs, fried chicken, corn, baked beans and mashed potatoes. So basically, it was this Southern girl’s dream meal.


 The strawberry shortcake was the star of the show!


 The thing I loved about the show was how interactive it was with the crowd. By the end of the night, everyone was hoopin’ and hollerin’ and having a good time.


 Since we had to go back to the Magic Kingdom anyway, Phil and I decided to take advantage of the Extra Magic Hours Disney offers to its resort guests by going to the Magic Kingdom after the show. Mind you, the show didn’t get out till around 10:30 PM. This meant we got to experience the Magic Kingdom with virtually no lines and it was glorious.

What’s a trip to Disney without a hilarious ride photo? I feel like this picture completely describes our relationship. Phil is the ever calm and cool one while I’m always freaking out like a child.


 The lack of crowds gave me the perfect opportunity to practice my jumping picture skills in front of the castle. 


We left the Magic Kingdom literally delirious from exhaustion after a very long, but very fun day.

The rest of our Disney stay was much more relaxed thankfully. Come Monday, it was time to leave my favorite place and head back home. Till next time Disney!

Have you ever been to a dinner show?

What plans do you have for this weekend?

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Phil’s Disney Birthday Adventure Part 1: Blue Zoo and Hollywood Studios

Well, hello, hello. Long time no talk. I hope you had a fun holiday weekend! I guess summer is officially over and we are now moving onto all things fall according to the dollar bin aisle in Target. If only someone would give the weather that memo.

This past weekend I went to my favorite place on Earth (Disneyworld) to celebrate Phil’s birthday. It was the most perfect Disney vacation I’ve had yet which says a lot because I’ve had some amazing Disney adventures in my life. I could try to cram everything into one post, but what’s the fun in that?

So, here we go: Phil’s Disney Birthday Adventure Part 1…

I left work early on Friday to drive down to Orlando to meet Phil. We met up with his parents for dinner that night at Todd English’s Blue Zoo since they just so happened to be at Disney for the evening celebrating their wedding anniversary.

Blue Zoo is located in Disney’s Swan & Dolphin resorts which are close to the Boardwalk area. This has quickly become one of my favorite areas of Disney because it is just stunning to walk around and sightsee at night.


 I can’t say enough good things about Blue Zoo. The atmosphere, the food and the service were all impeccable. It ranks as one of the best restaurant experiences I’ve ever had.


 I wish I had taken photos of everything because it was all very photo worthy. I did have to break out the camera for dessert which was a blueberry sundae. I’ll let Blue Zoo describe it:

“Vanilla lemon peel rice pudding, blueberry compote, blueberry ice cream, sugar ball
filled with blueberry vanilla cremeux & blueberry sauce,
blueberry tuile, whipped cream”

Or in other words? Heaven in a bowl. 


 After dinner, we walked around the Boardwalk area before calling it a night since we had big plans for Saturday.

These big plans? Well, they started off at Hollywood Studios where I accomplished several things off of my Disney bucket list. Yes, folks, I finally conquered the Tower of Terror! It honestly wasn’t as bad as I had built it up to be in my head after all these years. I wouldn’t say I fell in love with it, but I can definitely see myself learning to love it after a few more rides.


 For lunch, we crossed off a restaurant that I’ve always wanted to try: the Sci-Fi Dine-In. This place is so cool because it is themed after an old drive-in theater. All of the tables are cars that are all angled toward a big screen at the front of the restaurant that plays a loop of old cartoons and commercials. The restaurant was themed so well that it really felt like a step back in time. I think it perfectly captured what I love about Disney so much – the immersive experience. 



 We spent a few more hours walking around Hollywood Studios. I hadn’t been to this particular park since I was probably 17 (other than running through it for the marathon), so it was nice to be able to explore an oldie yet goodie. 


 Phil and I left the park to go freshen up before our dinner plans for the evening. And boy, did we have some great things planned. It involved sunset boat cruises, all you can eat food and staying up way past my bedtime. 



To be continued..

How was your Labor Day weekend?

Have you ever been to Hollywood Studios?

How do you feel about themed restaurants?

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