Visiting Off The Radar Restaurants Day 2 The Honeysuckle

Dated: January 5 2017

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One question I’ve always wondered about is who the heck are all these people eating in Cool Springs, who have every restaurant opening with a two-hour wait, and where the hell did they all eat before Cool Springs was constructed and restaurants started popping up like mushrooms in my backyard after a summer shower? OK, I know that’s actually two questions, but they’re really closely related. To a quasi-urban Hillsboro Villager like myself, the concept of driving south on I-65 to eat is utter anathema to me, but apparently there are plenty of folks who have no fear of starving to death in interstate traffic when a bridge collapses again south of town. Click here for the entire story.

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Jacquelyn Gore

Being a REALTOR® is my passion. I truly love helping people buy and sell real estate. It is so rewarding to see the joy I bring to my clients when they buy their dream home or sell an amazingly reno....

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