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Flavia Brakling, editor

rRed Elephant more than just a coffeehouse

The tables on Fort Street Mall are always crowded, always noisy, and if they’re not, and if all we want to do is study, the vendors will run us off unless we buy something. The Sea Warrior Center stinks (literally). So where can we go to eat and study? The rRed Elephant might work. It’s a relatively new coffeehouse (opened Oct. 24) with a mission to give customers “a sight, sound, and coffee experience.” [More]


rRed Elephant cafe co-owners Joey Wolpert and Paul Kreiling relax outside their coffeehouse.

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

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Exotic menu at Da Spot includes everything from Egyptian to smoothies

Da Spot, at 908 Pumehana St., calls its menu “health foods and juices.” This side street takeout restaurant is hidden, but the reputation of its menu has spread itself over town by word of mouth. Open since May of 2004, Da Spot has been serving exotic Egyptian, Mediterranean, Thai, Indian, and Malaysian foods. The eatery also has a menu of 22 different smoothies, with the opportunity to invent your own. [More]


Da Spot offers a wide range of food selections and 22 different smoothies.

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