Like, if I had to go out on a date in a grocery store, this is the one I would choose. Shit, if I had to go out on a date WITH a grocery store, this is the one I would choose. And I’d probably put out, too.
Chuck's Eat the Street
Pricey for sure, but definitely worth it. It’s less crowded and busy than some of the other locations, and is located smack in the middle of UPenn’s campus, with City Tap House, the Rave movie theater, and some other fantastic places nearby.
I have avoided going here due to the rumors I’ve heard about a jacket being required. Although I own many suits and sport coats, I don’t like to put one on just to go to dinner. Walking home last night, I decided to ride the elevator up to the top floor of the Captain Cook to investigate.
Amazing locaiton and great outdoor seating. Perfectly situated on a corner, overlooking a gorgeous harbor, right in the heart of the Portland harbor area.
Downtown Anchorage’s 4th Avenue houses most, if not all, of these locally-owned carts, and that is where TNL went to discover the best reindeer dog in town.
Foreign Cinema… where to start? The magic of film? Delightful food, expertly served? Yes, actuially both of these. Mix in the elements of a really nice conversation and the thrill of exploring a new place in an exciting city, and my first impression here was quite a memorable event.
We were in town visiting and decided to shop on Magazine street. When hunger struck, my friend did a quick search and we were sold on this place.
Food - incredible. Blue crab beignets, braised short ribs, butter poached
Service- awesome. Like sitting at a friends house.
Then there was dessert - oh my.
Definitely worth the trip. Thanks so much for a great evening.
All I can say is YUM! I make meatballs quite frequently and a friend of mine said I should try Marabella… I honestly think I will be using their meatballs for sunday dinner from now on!
This is a very straightforward restaurant. You’ve got two dumpling options, a case of canned sodas, and ice cream sandwiches for dessert - the old school kind wrapped in white waxed paper. And on top of that, one extremely enthusiastic owner/chef.
POPcycle is taking PINT/POP orders for delivery the week of December 17th – just in time for your holiday gatherings!
Roman Candy is a New Orleans Tradition. Until I read Jen’s review, I didn’t know they still had a mobile cart. I had only ever seen them at the zoo.
Before I came here I never the existence of chicken waffle, and never even dared to imagine that the combination of waffle and chicken would be an marvelous and extraordinary sandwich…
It’s really good here if you’re looking to clog some arteries! Totally enjoyed the Mac and Cheese Grilled Cheese and the Fried Chicken.
The breads and few choices of fresh-baked pastries are good; bread aficionados in Portland will definitely want to try this out.
What a fun brunch with great food - and the bottomless mimosas are not to be ignored, either. In fact, the mimosa server was the most popular person in the whole joint, never letting anyone’s glass run dry, and the orange juice they used was fantastic - perfectly pulpy, with a great ratio of juice to sparkle.
Definitely my favorite taqueria in the Mission! I frequent this place once or twice a week. My go-to dish is the super burrito (chicken, no sour cream).
My fellow citizens of New Orleans please take note of this review. In my perpetual endeavor to locate and devour all culinary pleasures of life in New Orleans I have an important recommendation.
How the heck can you bash a place like this. This is by far the cheapest place to get lobsters. They are a seafood market that also cooks lobsters on site for a small fee. Add butter for another small fee. Napkins and extra new paper are FREE.
What a great place for either a date night or a group of friends. We happened upon Vignola Cinque Terre one night and after a single dinner, we can’t wait to return.