Sherbrooke Castle Hotel

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Sherebrooke Castle Hotel – History with a Contemporary Twist

No Comments 01 October 2015

The Sherbrooke Castle Hotel is an impressive bravura building nestled on the south side of Glasgow. Built in 1896 as a Victorian family home, this mansion-turned-hotel became a hotel just before World War II when it was commissioned by the Royal Navy to be used as a radar training center for Naval Officers. Once the […]

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Diner at North Point Alpharetta Georgia

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Diner at North Point a Down Home Upscale Delicious Experience

No Comments 21 September 2015

The Diner at North Point opened in 2008 and has since become an essential part of Alpharetta, Georgia’s makeup. This diner is no ordinary diner experience, though. The Diner at North Point’s vision was to revolutionize the traditional diner concept into “an experience.” They’ve reached that goal with a flawless blend of warm family-friendly atmosphere, […]

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Moss and Cep

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Copenhagen’s Noma a Gastronomy Adventure

No Comments 31 July 2015

  Copenhagen’s Noma restaurant has once again reclaimed the title as the “world’s best restaurant” by Restaurant magazine. What’s makes them so special? It’s a combination of Chef Rene Redzepi’s re-invented Nordic cuisine and the presentation of plates served with foods that are so different that they are almost unrecognizable as food — and yet […]

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Burj Al Arab

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Burj Al Arab Over-the-Top 7-Star Luxury

No Comments 24 July 2015

Dubai has a reputation as a luxury travel destination, with lavish resorts and a plethora of 4 and 5 star hotels ready to indulge. For those looking for over-the-top opulence, the Burj Al Arab’s unique and innovative sail-shaped silhouette stands as a symbol of modern Dubai that offers 7-star luxury and service that makes it […]

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Bucks T4

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Buck’s T-4 Lodge Offers Value in Big Sky

No Comments 21 July 2015

Buck’s T-4 Lodge has established a lodging tradition for more than 50 years in Big Sky, Montana with mountain views and warm hospitality. Now all 72 of the rooms at this scenic mountain location have been remodeled and are equipped with upgrades like free Internet and new furnishings including a flat screen TVs, iPod docking […]

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Maxine's Chicken and Waffles

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Maxine’s Chicken and Waffles Like Eating at Grandma’s House

No Comments 20 July 2015

Maxine’s Chicken and Waffles may be considered a hole-in-the-wall by some, but this is one restaurant that proves it’s not all about location. For Maxine’s is one hole-in-the-wall people flock to for genuine soul food in Indianapolis. Here you can enjoy appetizers like wings and fried green tomatoes and experience delectable highlights like peach butter. […]

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Creole Creamery

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Ice Cream New Orleans Style at the Creole Creamery

No Comments 30 June 2015

New Orleans is famous for its savory Cajun gumbo, crawfish, Jambalaya and other dishes, but when it comes to sweet treats, one place you’ll want to make sure to visit in the Big Easy is the Creole Creamery. It looks like a soda fountain with an old local bakery’s neon sign still hanging over it […]

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Churn Ice Cream

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Churn – a Melt-in-Your Mouth Retro Ice Cream Experience

No Comments 26 June 2015

If you plan a visit to Phoenix, there’s no better place to cool off from the Southeastern heat than the Churn ice cream parlor. When you walk into the place the hand-churned ice cream is just part of the retro charm they offer. While the décor and even some of the goodies they serve are […]

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Verge

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Vedge Features Modern Dynamic Vegetarian Menu

No Comments 29 May 2015

Vedge is a top-of-the-line modern vegetarian restaurant run by Chefs Richard Landau and Kate Jacoby, formerly of Horizons. Chefs Landau and Jacoby are well-known for presenting a number of mid-size plates created with s a fresh approach to cooking vegetables. Presentation is meticulous and the dishes delicious enough that meat eaters might not even realize […]

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Momofuku Noodle Bar

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Momofuku Noodle Bar Something Old Something New

No Comments 27 May 2015

Momofuku is the East Village restaurant where David Chang launched his Momofuku empire back in 2004. Today it still serves ramen and a roster of other dishes that change with the seasons. Today the noodle bar only takes reservations for the fried chicken on the menu meant to feed 4-8 people, and those reservations are only […]

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