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    "The front yard of the Mobile Mardi Gras Museum is a great place to watch a parade, and the museum is a must for visitors or residents who want to learn more about the history of Mobile's Mardi Gras." · January 22, 2013
    · Mobile, United States
    "There's no place like the front of the Garage on Joe Cain Day. Drinks and bathrooms are only steps away, and you're up close and personal with the maskers going by on Washington." · January 22, 2013
    · Mobile, United States
    "Hang out by the Rotary Club Clock next to Serda's, and you're sure to catch some sweet throws during Mobile Mardi Gras." · January 22, 2013
    · Mobile, United States
    "The focus here is on fresh, local and made from scratch. Meats are humanely raised, family-farmed and smoked onsite. The restaurant’s only freezer is the one that stores the popsicles." · June 22, 2012
    · Homewood, United States
    "While barbecue is the big draw, Jim 'N Nick’s is also famous for its scratch-made cheese biscuits, a complimentary basket of which is served at every table." · June 22, 2012
    · Birmingham, United States
    "If you're the type of person who always hated multiple-choice tests, the menu's combinations can be overwhelming -- order a "Wicked," their signature sandwich, which has five meats and three cheeses." · June 22, 2012
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    · Madison, United States