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The bar serves rotating craft beers, specialty cocktails, and delectable snacks.
This longtime local hangout is known for their strong drinks, festive surroundings, and yummy snacks.
Plug it in anywhere you want easy access to beverages, ice and snacks.
Crunchy and full of flavor just like the original, this snack mix gets a boost from crunchy chickpeas, whole wheat pita chips, almonds and pumpkin seeds.
There are addictive bar snacks made from beans and chicharrón, plus seafood from two coasts.
Try them simply roasted as a snack or accompaniment to a charcuterie board, turn the oven all the way down to make Chocolate-Dipped Orange Crisps, or just save the peels for Candied Orange Peels.
One, she said, should be behaviors that make you feel energized in a positive way, such as making time to talk to a friend, going outside or having a nutritious snack.
Medicine, food and other necessities can be delivered, he said, and the city mails masks and snacks each day to about 500 people in isolation at their homes.
They come in mass-produced, prepackaged reactions — “likes,” hearts or angry faces — that allow us to select our feelings like snacks in a vending machine.
Also, if you’re near a precinct with long lines on Election Day, show up with water, pizza, coffee, snacks or just encouragement for those folks who are taking an extended amount of their time to participate in democracy.

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