I must start with a disclaimer: I grew up in the Poconos and moved back twice more over the years. I watched it evolve from a wooded wilderness safe from tourists five days of the week to a destination full of city folk who chop down every tree on their increasingly tiny lots. I remember few chain restaurants, local roads that were safe from the tourists, and frequent winter power outages. Now, most chains have taken over Route 611 and beyond, GPS means no backroad is safe, and, well, depending on where you live, the power still sucks…
If you are visiting the area and looking for Authentic Mexican Food then you are going to want to swing by Sol Cocina Mexicana. The best Authentic Mexican Food in Pawleys Island, SC.
For most humans, coffee is the essential ingredient in one's day to allow for us to actually do things, and not be total grouches during the process. Everyday it is the same thing, the patient wait in the drive thru or the line inside to get the coffee. Now minus the expensive coffee at Starbucks, many people enjoy the cheaper option of Tim Hortons or McDonalds. This has caused a fierce loyalty between the two, but now it is time to figure out which is the better option, breaking down the size, the price, and even the rewards.
At the foot of the Sandia mountains in the American Southwest lies the small urban community of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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There is so much about Boston that I love, and there are so many reasons as to why I would visit Boston again. The city is rich in history and full of culture. For just a quick trip, like a weekend getaway, Bean Town is perfect! My last trip was for the weekend, and it was a blast. I loved visiting the historic landmarks. My favorite part about the visit, however, was all the great Boston food.
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. We start our journey here because this is where I lived until fairly recently and, after six years, I got to know the place. I know, it gets a bad name, and it was certainly not my favorite place of residence, even if I technically lived across the river in Kingston; but there are silver linings in all situations and my six years did not defy the pattern. I had the great fortune of living near my best friends and, more importantly for the subject of today’s post, I ate lots of food. Mmmmm. There are some delicious places to stop by if you're in the area.
In and around Atlanta, Georgia, there are hundreds of fantastic restaurants that one should try whether they live in Georgia or are just visiting. Now I'm no food critic, but I am extremely particular about food; some call it picky, I call it knowing what's good and bad, so I think I can be good at determining what's better than the rest.
Brunch is a huge part of Austin's weekend diner culture, and the competition in this town is steep with so many brilliant culinary minds constantly crafting the next decadent morsel to appease hungry guests. I will admit that for a long time I missed brunch. No, I didn't miss it in as I pined longingly for it. I literally was sleeping through it on most weekend days, much to my dismay. While I am not one of those people who HAS to start their day with breakfast, my boyfriend is, and thus it became quite a challenge to find a quality place still serving a full breakfast menu at 2 pm that wasn't "fast food." However, recently we have begun to find ourselves awake on Saturdays at a normal morning hour and, to our delight, the world of brunch is now within our reach!
Popeyes, the Cajun-inspired fast-food chicken chain owned by Restaurants Brands International Inc., is making headlines all around the country because of its new chicken sandwich.
When you step foot into a restaurant, you're looking for a relaxing night out with food that impresses and delights. You want good service and zero complications. Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes that helps give you that experience? What goes wrong when your meal doesn't come out right, or on time?