I had a few meaty experiences in Florida this fall. Of the torta, ribeye, ramen, and burger, which was my favorite?
Earlier this year, I made another trip to the Boca Raton area, but this time a bit busier and with less chance for food exploration. But a chance to try Shake Shack and Hot & Soul, plus have the usual pastrami and pizza.
Fall travel was a little slower than usual, but here are some restaurants I hit from Vermont to Florida to Louisiana to Tacoma (and from big fried fish to Big Gay Ice Cream).
A GPS in Jacksonville aimed at The French Pantry leads to a building that looks like a warehouse. Signs that you’re in the right place: the parking lot will likely be full and during the lunch rush hour, a line will wrap out the door.…
This hole-in-the-wall noodle lover has had an interesting and unusual opportunity to eat at three steakhouses this summer. For those yet to partake in steak at an upscale establishment, you’re usually paying for higher quality meats, fine quality service, and typically big portions. I like…
On the surface, this sounds like a throwback to the 1980s, but what sold me was the server's description of the olive oil sorbet topping and salted caramel drizzle, both of which I knew would elevate the dessert.
Note: I file this report (about what I hope was just an off-night at this popular restaurant) to show that being a food writer doesn’t always mean special benefits. As a “VIP,” I didn’t expect extra service, but I was surprised that the restaurant didn’t…
The name alone brought back fond memories of the joyful sounds and sights of the Good Humor truck. And the dessert would deliver on my joyful expectations.
Dessert and a show. That's what's on tap at a dessert destination with the quirky name of Three F(x) Ice Cream & Waffles in Jacksonville, Florida.
The new Sybarite Pig in Boca Raton looks like a craft beer joint upon entry, but as their slogan states, it's also a place for craft grub— specifically meat boards and sandwiches. Here's what caught my eye.