bodega


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bodega

a shop selling wine and sometimes groceries, esp in a Spanish-speaking country
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Sushi, Wasabi Buffalo & RYE, BENNETT'S HILL Buffalo & Rye is brand new to the food scene in Birmingham and part of the same group that owns Bodega.
MundoVino's portfolio also includes: Bodega Catena Zapata, El Enemigo, Bodega Renacer, Tilia and High Note from Argentina; Cousino-Macul, Leyda, TerraNoble and Root: 1 from Chile; Lidio Carraro from Brazil; and Clean Slate from Germany.
Ben Rea, manager at Bodega, in Newcastle, crowned CAMRA's Tyneside pub of the year for the second year running Ben Rea, manager at Bodega, in Newcastle, crowned CAMRA's Tyneside pub of the year for the second year running Kevin Gibson Photography Ltd Free Trade Inn, Ouseburn, Newcastle.
The Slow Show, the Manchester band who have drawn comparisons with Elbow, will be touring imminent debut album White Water on a short summer tour that takes in Nottingham's Bodega on Friday June 5.
and hosted by the BBACC at the Bodega Harbour Yacht Club.
Of interest to students of the history of the Pacific Northwest, this first English translation of the journals of Spanish explorer Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra provides English speaking scholars a first look at this important document on the early European history of the region.
Largier and his colleagues have been using a high-frequency radar array at the Bodega Marine Lab to study ocean currents for the last 10 years.
Drill results to date suggest that La Bodega has the potential to host a world-class gold deposit, with substantial silver by product credits.
In several cases, they filed police reports that bodega owners say significantly understated the amount of cash the police seized from the stores.
Hoban claimed Duffy 'looked harmless' but sniped: "Boxed in to the tiny Bodega, the Duffy teamorder fans to get out of their way despite there being nowhere left to move.