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Chiltern Firehouse might be one of the most sought-after reservations in London these days. Since it opened a few months ago, it’s been impossible to get in unless you are rich or famous. 560 more words


Pumpkin Flavors Come to Downtown Disney

Although it may not feel like it yet, Fall is officially here, and that means all things pumpkin flavored making their way into seemingly everything you can consume. 151 more words


The Grove

Today Salvatore and I split two different salads at The Grove.

1. The Guacamole Chop lives up to its name, featuring romaine, avocado, tortilla chips, pickled shallots, cilantro, diced tomato, cotija cheese, black beans, and a sweet chipotle lime dressing. 224 more words


Le Perchoir

A droite, après la poubelle. Ou, simplement, là où vous voyez une file. Voilà, la description du chemin pour arriver enfin au Perchoir. Notre ami a réservé il y a longtemps, faute de quoi nous aurions eu droit à l’attente près des ordures à l’odeur lourde de carcasses de gambas. 449 more words


Saturday, June 7, 2014

“We’re having dinner where? At the Swahili Club???” I ask incredulously into the receiver. Who knew Hong Kong would have Kenyan food? There’s a part of me that’s excited to try something so unfamiliar and exotic, but then I get to thinking … what exactly… 1,021 more words


A guidebook to farms and fresh food in Georgia

Jodi Helmer spent one year logging more than 15,000 miles across the state of Georgia all in the name of research. Her goal? To compile a guidebook of Georgia farms. 547 more words


Life As A Server: A Most Underrated Profession

Several months ago, my quest for employment took me to a local restaurant as a server. I viewed it as a stopgap between finishing graduate school and my eventual full time job (I have a master’s degree so I thought it would not be long). 497 more words

David Robbie Roberts