The Shop in Portland, Maine

The Shop is the latest venture by the guys behind Island Creek Oysters. Their first restaurant in Portland, Maine, The Shop is a classic oyster bar that serves only three things: oysters, canned [...]

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The Wynwood Walls + Salty Donut

I'll be honest, when I first learned that I was going to Miami I immediately knew I wanted to visit the Wynwood Walls. For the picture. No, really. I didn't know what the Wynwood Walls were or [...]

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WHERE TO EAT: LA MAR BY GASTON ACURIO

If you are going to Miami, you have to do two things: stay at the Mandarin Oriental, Miami and eat at La Mar by Gaston Acurio. TRUST ME. I ate at La Mar twice during my stay. (Okay, three times.) [...]

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Nantucket Travel Tips

Located 30 miles off of Massachusetts, Nantucket is not the most accessible and it takes some planning to visit, but lucky for you, I’m here with some of my tips to make your trip on and off the [...]

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Brunch at Les Sablons

On a hidden corner in Cambridge, MA's Harvard Square is a restaurant that bridges the space between London and Paris. From pastries to black pudding, Les Sablons brunch is a culinary trip across [...]

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UNI. An Izakaya in Boston.

An izakaya is a type of informal Japanese gastropub and UNI, located in The Eliot Hotel in Boston, MA, is just that. It's a restaurant where the dishes are impeccably plated and Biggie playing [...]

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My Top 10 Bars. Anywhere.

I've been lucky enough to travel a bit. Not a lot, but enough to feel like I have the chops to write a post like this. I take pride in recommending cool, comfortable and, sometimes, chic (what [...]

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Scribe Winery in Sonoma, CA

One of my favorite things to do when visiting California Wine Country is to have lunch at Scribe Winery in Sonoma. At Scribe, lunch is paired with three of their wines. Personally, I love a [...]

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