Lunch, just like breakfast or any other meal of the day, is considered to be important, however it varies depending on your mood and what you are craving for. This will be a list of the the top five, in my opinion and in no specific order as well, best lunches around this multicultural city.
So, picture your favorite breakfast, pancakes or french toast or a nice stuffed omelette. What about lunch? Dinner? Here's the joy of a diner: you can get any meal at any time and they won't judge you. You want french toast at 11:30 at night? Great, do you also want powdered sugar on it? How about mashed potatoes at 3:00 in the morning? Sounds delicious, let's do it. This all leads me to my point that diner food is incredibly underrated. Sure, there are a few diners that are just garbage, but the keyword is few and your odds of getting that diner are slim. I've come up with 8 reasons that show diner food is incredibly underrated so keep reading!
Baltimore is the largest city in the state of Maryland and the 30th biggest in the United States. Having top-notch restaurants just comes with the territory of being a large city; with so many people, you're bound to find some of the best food you've ever had. Baltimore is known for having great crab, as any Vince Vaughn fan would know, "crabcakes and football, that's what Maryland does." If you're in the city and are looking for a great place to eat, here are the best restaurants in Baltimore.
In the small city of Houma, Louisiana, there's a restaurant in its downtown area called Milano. My husband and I recently visited and found it to be a nice place to have a romantic dinner or to just eat somewhere fancy.
Since the first New York location finally opened its doors on Thursday in the Syracuse area, I felt it was only fair to review this establishment. I am warning you all that live nearby before making the drive to this place. And if you live anywhere else where this food is always available, it's never too late...
This week, the Burrito Review tackles the confusing franchise known as California Tortilla. The first California Tortilla opened in — you guessed it — Bethesda, Maryland.
Dallas, Texas is the ninth largest city in the country, with a population of roughly 1.3 million people, and the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area is the seventh largest metro area in the United States. Having a great dining scene is a necessity for large cities and Dallas certainly does not disappoint. With a diverse population, there's a large variety of restaurants to choose from, and while there are some that have been riddled with controversy, these are fine establishments for a dinner with family or a late night drink and are some of the best restaurants in Dallas.
I'm writing this article based on a bunch of different opinions I have found online, some friends and family opinions, and my own personal opinions! Meaning, that I am posting most of the fast food restaurants that are around my local area. And no, where I live, we really don't have the best fast food restaurants like others do, unless we drive a very long way!
If you find yourself in the heart of the city that doesn't sleep, you've got to venture into O'Lunney's Irish Pub in Times Square. Located at 145 West 45th Street and just a few steps away from the hustle and bustle of Times Square itself, O'Lunney's offers a great atmosphere that possesses all of the aspects of your neighborhood gin mill. To put things in perspective, the establishment has you covered whether you’re in the mood for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and has been recently known to serve its top-notch breakfast menu until four PM on most days.
Whenever I went to classy Italian Restaurants as a kid, I thought myself cosmopolitan in typically ordering veal parmesan and spaghetti. Eventually I learned that my standard was pretty stunted, and taking a risk on something unfamiliar was where the world was at. Even so, anxiety still can’t help but escalate in the interim. This was definitely the case as I selected Pollo Scarpariello at the newly opened Sapori Italian Restaurant in White Plains.
My boyfriend and I decided to go up to Pigeon Forge, TN for the weekend, being that we only live just four hours from it. We unpacked our stuff in the hotel room and decided to go eat somewhere. We finally agreed to go to TGI Friday's for lunch because they have great food. We went to the TGI Friday's that was on 1503 Parkway. This was on the strip that goes into Pigeon Forge. Sevierville runs right into Pigeon Forge if you are on the parkway road, which is the main strip.
Venice was a great place to go, but I highly recommend spending two nights MAX there. Ideally one night and about half a day is plenty to see the entirety of Venice. It's an amazing city to see, but you could cover all of the neighborhoods (excluding the islands) in about a day. The museums are not the best and you will find yourself retracing your steps (it's literally a labyrinth).