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Dinner at Rappahannock Oyster Bar at The Row in DTLA

Loaded inside The Row DTLA, Rappahannock Oyster Bar is the lone dining option here for dinner for the time being, and it’s quite an unusual dining experience, especially if you sit out in their outdoor patio as the rest of the complex is close for the night, and there are no cars nor people around. 261 more words

Restaurant

The Oyster Bar, Holdfast Shores - Interview

Interview & photos by Fatema Sitabkhan
With thanks to the team at ADL Collective for the interview opportunity

While I was initially on the fence about trying seafood, it wasn’t till a couple of years ago where I finally delved into appreciating the art of this delicious and exquisite selection of food. 1,365 more words

South Australia

Tradition

Find order in the universe.

I was an expat in Korea for some three years.  I was there to visit my parents who’d gone back in 1997.  182 more words

Korean

Journal Entry #87

Wednesday
May 05, 2018
06:02p

Wow, it has been over a week since I wrote a journal entry. I don’t have any excuses!! I’m sorry to those who missed me. 1,757 more words

Personal

Crossing the Nullabor

We’ve just crossed the Nullabor and are spending the night in a little town called Norseman, named after a horse which went lame when a gold nugget supposedly lodged in his hoof. 291 more words

Western Australia

Staying Loose with Fude-tipped Pens


1 April, 2018. Harry’s is a bar I haven’t visited for ages and ages… decades, in fact, to be completely accurate. But I recently discovered that a sketch group gathers here on Thursday evenings, so I’ve come down to enjoy a libation or two and meet up with what has turned out to be a diverse group of sketchers. 391 more words

West Mersea has the best oysters

Some people may zip up with vinegar and Tabasco sauce, however, raw oysters with lemon sauce are my favourite. West Mersea’s rock oysters are extolled for their saline and ivory fleshiness. 230 more words

Food