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Where Am I Eating?

When you take a look at the photos stored in your phone and realize that 85 percent of them are pics of burritos, fried chicken, and cupcakes it's probably a sign that you might need to consider eating a vegetable or two. That is exactly the reason why I paid this super healthy restaurant at the Biltmore a visit. I went with an order of their delicious Herb Hummus which was served with whole grain pita's and a sprinkling of Feta cheese and I felt about 1000 times healthier just by looking at it. Do you know where I'm eating? 
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Email the correct answer to whereamieating@newtimes.com  and I will randomly pick a winner from all of the correct guess and send them a prize. This week's prize -- FOUR tickets to the Muller-Kuhrs Oktoberfest at Talking Stick Resort. 

Last week not one single person ever took a stab at the huge breakfast burrito from Chompie's.  Since nobody guessed, no body won and the Oktoberfest tickets roll over to the next winner. Hopefully I will see some guesses this week!  

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