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Restaurant Reviews

Eventide Oyster Co. – Portland, ME

Eventide Oyster Co. – Portland, ME

Portland, Maine – possibly one of the best foodie cities in the northeast. We were able to spend a couple days in this town full of delicious food. We were pleased with every restaurant we visited, and Eventide Oyster Co. was no exception. First, let […]

Angus Barn – Raleigh, NC

Angus Barn – Raleigh, NC

Angus Barn is a staple in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is in a large, elegant barn with both indoor and outdoor seating. Angus Barn is known for their steaks, fun environment, and their chocolate chess pie! One To start, our server brought out a plate […]

Husk Restaurant – Charleston, SC

Husk Restaurant – Charleston, SC

I’ve said this multiple times, but if you find yourself in Charleston, South Carolina, whether you have a day or five days, be sure to take the time to eat at Husk. This restaurant serves perfectly executed southern dishes with an upscale spin. The restaurant […]

Vicia – St. Louis, MO

Vicia – St. Louis, MO

A few months ago, I caught wind of one of the top rated restaurants in St. Louis: Vicia. After hearing that it was one of the best in the area, I knew I just had to try it. Vicia is a “vegetable-centric” restaurant, but fear […]

Husk Patio and Bar – Charleston, SC

Husk Patio and Bar – Charleston, SC

I recently went to Charleston, South Carolina. The city is beautiful: beautiful houses, buildings, fountains, history, and, most importantly, delicious food. The first night we were there, we decided to try the outdoor bar area of Husk, since we didn’t have reservations in the main […]

Middle Fork Kitchen Bar – Lexington, KY

Middle Fork Kitchen Bar – Lexington, KY

Middle Fork Kitchen Bar has great reviews and is, supposedly, one of the best restaurants in Lexington. Though I thought it was a decent meal, there were quite a few things that should have been better, in my opinion. For starters, I found the service […]

Nightshade – Los Angeles, CA

Nightshade – Los Angeles, CA

Nightshade is an up-and-coming restaurant by chef Mei Lin. The restaurant is not necessarily a “dressy” environment, but it seems most people dress up a little bit when dining at Nightshade. The food is heavily influenced by Asian flavors, such as Sichuan peppers, soy, five […]

L’ami Jean – Paris, FR

L’ami Jean – Paris, FR

Let me start out by saying that I’ve eaten at The French Laundry, Providence, Central (#5 restaurant in the world), and SEVERAL other Michelin starred, highly rated restaurants. Chez L’ami Jean does not have any Michelin stars, nor is it extremely expensive or fancy, but […]

Spago – Beverly Hills, CA

Spago – Beverly Hills, CA

I’m sure you’ve heard of Spago before. If not Spago, then maybe Wolfgang Puck. Chef Puck is one of the most renowned chefs in the Los Angeles area, if not the world. Spago is his flagship restaurant, where the best of his creations were born. […]

Hinoki and the Bird – Century City, CA

Hinoki and the Bird – Century City, CA

One of my favorite places to visit is Los Angeles. A month ago, I dined at Hinoki & the Bird. This restaurant serves Californian food with an Asian twist. Definitely ask to be seated in the outdoor area – you’ll be surrounded by greenery, a […]