It’s no secret that small businesses have it rough, regardless of the industry they're active in. They are barely starting out, are typically run by families or plain, ordinary individuals with a modest capital to invest, and are permanently under threat of being crushed by the more powerful chains out there.
On June 12 at approximately 5:20 PM, I leave my grandmother’s Central Park West apartment and meet John at the corner of 86th and Broadway. Holding hands, we head down into the subway, which is packed with rush-hour commuters, and make our way downtown.
With the warmer weather soon on its way, the last thing anyone wants to look forward to is coming home after a long day at the office, only to slave in front of a hot stove to prepare dinner. Eventually, pasta and garden salads lose their appeal and the novelty of eating different salads every day wears off very quickly. Especially if you have kids. Then you may just decide to skip the dishes and take the family out for a cheeseburger and french fries. When you are exhausted from the daily grind at the office and the kids are constantly arguing about what to do to keep busy during the summer months, the last thing on your mind when you pull up to the drive-through window is to show proper etiquette. It may not seem significant at the time, but take a minute to collect yourself before you place an order at any drive-though window. Trust me, you will be glad you did. Keep in mind that the people who work for fast food chains are human beings just like you and I. They may not have a fancy job title but they have to make sure their own kids are provided for. They also probably have a ton of bills to pay and on top of everything else, they are also dealing with the ups and downs of life just like everyone else. So when you feel like yelling or cussing at the person hidden from behind the drive-through window because you are having a bad day; refer back to what I mentioned earlier in this post. Take a deep breath and chill. The cheeseburger and french fries will thank you for your kindness and patience. Not to mention, your insides.
Recently, I went to Dans le Noir restaurant in Holborn, London.
Have a quick look at the list of must-try places to find the most traditional dishes at Minsk.
Bellagreen is located mainly in Houston, TX.
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.