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The 2016 “Best of the Rogue Valley”
Part II: Restaurants &
Edited by Curtis Hayden
September 2, 2016 — The Sneak Preview — Page 5
Local hospitals and rehab clinics reported a 150% increase in people checking in with the d.t.’s last month. Apparently, having to wait a whole five weeks for Part II of the “Best of the Rogue Valley” was too much for some people. There are, of course, remedies. Reading back issues of Field and Stream magazine can be very soothing, as is watching 17 straight hours of congressional speeches on E-SPAN. The only known cure, however, is exposure to the real thing, and it is with great pleasure that we present Part II of this ever-popular readers’ survey. Again, we want to thank everyone who sent in ballots. As always, multiple ties will be awarded in any category where the voting was close at the top.
In the ever-changing world of Grants Pass restaurants, our readers were able to identify seven new restaurants last
year. Some of them merely replaced other restaurants in the same location but others were brand-spanking new. Topping the charts for 2016 was a tie between Brava Italian Restaurant, Bret Musselman’s new venture at 1214 NW 6th Street, and The Horny Goat, located at the corner of 5th and H.
The list also included:
• Firehouse Pizza at 1867 Redwood Avenue.
• Heroes America Café (943 NE D).
• Ban Mai Thai Cuisine, located at 1887 NE 7th.
• Panda King at 111 NE Hillcrest. • El Mocajete (201 E. Park Street).
So you had dinner the night before at about 6:00, then watched five hours of TV and read an entire Wall Street Journal ... then you were in bed for eight hours and dreamt about being stranded on a desert island with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, who ended up in an exact tie for president and had to
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can be deadly for pets.
Cigarettes, cigarette filters, e-cigarette liquids and all nicotine replacement products are dangerous to pets and small children. Marijuana has become an issue of concern with edibles that may look harmless. Edibles can look like candy or a harmless cookie to a child and should be hidden out of harms way.
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Tobacco Prevention and Education Program
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