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Review - "For lunch today we went to Marvel Food & Deli on South 133rd street. It is a eastern european supermarket with a nice cafe. I had cabbage with sausages and rice. My husband had meatballs, green beans and potatoes. He said the meatballs were good, but the beans and potatoes were fantastic. The cabbage and rice was excellent. We took some baked items home too. We will be back." The bread is all in-house baked. The pic above is one of their strudels. I don't usually get dessert, but maybe this time. They have all kinds of things to eat at very low prices. 3 entrees and 1 side is $8.95, so you can inexpensively explore familiar dishes, like stuffed cabbage or less familiar like borscht (beet soup & beef soup). menu: https://marvelbaycafe.com/lunch-menu Reviews:[masked] No particular agenda. We talk and discuss events, families, books, movies, hiking or whatever comes up. Pleasant, relaxed hour or so with women of a particular age and varied backgrounds. We change restaurants almost every week, so come with ideas for something new to try.
“Carr's is a family owned restaurant which strives for a pleasurable experience every time you dine with us. We take great pride in our efforts to go the extra mile in carefully planning each meal from scratch, with quality and fresh ingredients. We believe in service with a smile and in forming lasting relationships with our guests. Each meal we serve should remind you of "home" and we offer a warm welcome to each of our visitors as an extended member of the ‘Carr's Family.’” Menu: https://www.carrsrestaurant.net/restaurant-menu Breakfast all day Nice sr. menu No particular agenda. We talk and discuss events, families, books, movies, hiking or whatever comes up. Pleasant, relaxed hour or so with women of a particular age and varied backgrounds. We change restaurants almost every week, so come with ideas for something new to try.
If spring has you eager to start gardening, this is the perfect kick off for the season! Come learn beginner to advanced gardening techniques, community development skills, traditional plant knowledge, and even cooking. The event includes a free lunch, as well as many giveaways including plant starts, seeds, and so much more. Classes, presenters, and other details to be announced. Stay tuned! What I'm going to do, is participate in the Summit and then hotfoot it over to the Tacoma Nature Center plant sale to pick up a plant or 2.