Antiques

Destinations, Events, Hotels, Restaurants

Antique Art, Vintage Mart, and Oktoberfest in Paradise

No Comments 06 October 2014

Looking for a less congested place to enjoy Oktoberfest and take in some sunshine at the same time? You’ll find just what you’re looking for at the north end of the small island of Boca Grande, off the Southwest Coast of Florida. The Boca Grande Resort and Boca Grande Chamber of Commerce are hosting an […]

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Banh Mi Pork Belly

Restaurants

Enjoy Authentic Banh Mi Sandwich in NYC

1 Comment 29 September 2014

For those looking for authentic Vietnamese food in NYC, Banh Mi Saigon is known for its traditional Vietnamese sandwiches and appetizers. Banh Mi is the Vietnamese term for bread and while it can be used for many forms of bread, it is most often used specifically to describe the baguette. With this in mind, you’ll […]

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Cave 21

Destinations, Hotels, Restaurants

Italian Hotel where Ancient History Meets the Modern World

1 Comment 18 September 2014

Italy offers a wealth of old world charm, but the Le Grotte Della Civita (the Caves of Civita) allows guests an opportunity to stay in guest rooms (cave-like dwellings) located in a complex that dates back to the Bronze Age. The unique architecture of this UNESCO World Heritage Site offers an unexpected and sophisticated charm […]

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Tom's Restaurant

Restaurants

Enjoy a Classic Diner Experience at Tom’s Restaurant

1 Comment 09 September 2014

Tom’s Restaurant in Morningside Heights has been a “go-to” place for burgers, shakes and more in New York for more than 70 years. While it’s been a local favorite for all those years, it shot to popularity when it was featured in Seinfeld sitcom as Monk’s Diner. In the real world, this diner has been […]

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High Hat Cafe

Destinations, Restaurants

Fresh Take on Deep South Favorites at the High Hat Café

No Comments 01 September 2014

High Hat Café located at the corner of Freret and Jena, is situated in the old Long’s Bakery building in New Orleans. It’s just one block uptown from Napoleon and even the signage looks like it’s been there for years. This casual neighborhood café serves food from Louisiana and the Mississippi Delta in a window-lined […]

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Frankie Istanbul

Destinations, Restaurants

Frankie Istanbul a Magical Rooftop Dining Experience

No Comments 05 August 2014

Frankie Istanbul offers one of Istanbul’s finest dining experiences. This restaurant offers enticing lunch and dinner menus for those visiting one of the city’s trendiest neighborhoods – Nisantasi. It’s situated at the heart of the city’s fashion and art district and is located on the rooftop of the stylish Sofa Hotel. This trendy restaurant features […]

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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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Restaurants

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

Restaurants

Enjoy Traditional Dutch Cooking at the Restaurant Greetje

No Comments 04 July 2014

Restaurant Greetje opened its doors in October, 2005. Owner René 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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