Camden Inn

Destinations, Hotels, Restaurants

Visit the Elegant Historical Camden Harbour Inn

No Comments 28 July 2014

The Camden Harbour Inn, in Maine, is located within walking distance of downtown Camden’s boutiques and galleries as well as a small beach. This historic Inn has stood atop a hill overlooking picturesque Camden since the 1800s. At that time summer guests arrived by steamship to enjoy the sea air and unspoiled surroundings. Today the […]

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Colorado Fried Chicken

No Comments 15 July 2014

After a long day on the slopes at Crested Butte Mountain, you’ll be craving something warm and soothing to refuel you for the next day on the mountain. Go no further than 2nd street. The Slogar, located in the center of town, resides in an old Victorian-esque building from the 1800′s. They offer a fixed […]

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Goldener Girsch

Destinations, Restaurants

Goldener Hirsch Restaurant in Salzburg

No Comments 09 July 2014

The Goldener Hirsch Restaurant on Getreidegasse in Salzburg, Austria, is a well-known eatery that serves traditional Austrian dishes with a modern twist along with American and contemporary cuisine. This AAA Four Diamond restaurant is located in a building that once housed the stables of a historic townhouse and was home to the local blacksmith shop. […]

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Restaurant Greetje


Enjoy Traditional Dutch Cooking at the Restaurant Greetje

No Comments 04 July 2014

Restaurant Greetje opened its doors in October, 2005. Owner RenĂ© Loven named his new restaurant after his mother to honor her for his upbringing which included home cooking that was both delicious and nutritious. He says, “Long before awareness for the environment was deemed fashionable and considered necessary, my mum had already been preparing our […]

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Budget, Destinations, Restaurants

Eat Here: Prague

No Comments 18 June 2014

Where can you find bagels, Philly Cheesesteaks, and a bottomless cup of coffee, in Europe? In Prague, of course, at Bohemia Bagels. It’s surprising enough to find a bagel shop in Europe, but paired with American burgers and select US “specialties” as well as traditional Czech foods, it’s amazing. Bohemia Bagels has done it just […]

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Budget, Events, Restaurants

King of Beers Tour

No Comments 06 June 2014

If you’re traveling through Colorado, or spending some time there, make your way up to Fort Collins for a free tour of one of American’s most well known breweries, Budweiser. Originally brewed in Missouri, Budweiser has expanded to five locations including Colorado, California, Florida, and New Hampshire. They’ve perfected their flavors with all natural ingredients […]

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La Trompette


London’s La Trompette Offers Great Food and Value

No Comments 04 June 2014

La Trompette opened in London in 2001 and since then, they’ve been bathed in accolades for their superb food, delightful ambiance, and a friendly staff that caters to every need, even when the party includes picky children. Such tributes are a reflection of the care the restaurant invested in developing their entire team. They were […]

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Soul Kitchen

Events, Restaurants

Pay It Forward at Bon Jovi’s Soul Kitchen

No Comments 27 May 2014

The Soul Kitchen, located in Red Bank New Jersey, is a Community Restaurant, and a non-profit community program run by the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation. If you’re in the area stop by, reservations are not needed and everyone is seated on a first-come first-serve basis. The mission of the Soul Kitchen is to eradicate […]

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Budget, Destinations, Restaurants

Budget Eats: Nassau

1 Comment 29 April 2014

Not everything on Paradise Island needs to cost you an arm and a leg. Step outside the hotel grounds and you’ll find plenty of food and shopping options that provide affordable trinkets and flavors. One place you don’t want to miss is the Potter’s Cay, a collection of seafood shacks under the Paradise Island Bridge, […]

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Budget, Restaurants

When Visiting Philly, BYOB

1 Comment 31 March 2014

Eating out can be expensive, especially when you’re traveling and eating at dine-in restaurants two to three times a day. But nothing racks up a restaurant bill faster than adding alcohol to the tab. Luckily for visitors to Philadelphia, the city has a thriving BYOB culture where restaurants that allow you to bring your own […]

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