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50 things to eat in Philadelphia before you die

Philadelphia is a city renowned for its rich American history. You can tour Independence Hall, take pictures of the Liberty Bell and climb the famous Rocky steps in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. 886 more words


Restaurant Week Part 2 - Pigalle

Saturday afternoon we where at Pigalle in Melrose Arch. I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about this establishment and especially it’s a seafood. I had never eaten here before because if my friends and I are deciding to either do a fancy dinner or end up at some lounge taking shots and consuming badly prepared finger food; the latter always wins. 342 more words


Restaurant Week Part 1 - Central One

Restaurant Week is an event held in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Pretoria and The Winelands. It is a great opportunity to discover and try out South Africa’s finest restaurant at a fraction of the price you’d normally pay. 292 more words


Working Lunch with Detail


Working with one of your best friends has to BE one of the best things ever.  =)

Apparently, it does not matter if I go to Kaya with Volare in February… 25 more words


I need to get it together

I have been having such a hard time keeping up with everything. I constantly feel behind on things I need to get done, so things I want to do (such as write in this blog) get pushed back even further. 468 more words

MostBest Baltimore | Ethiopian

It could take you hours to decide which Ethiopian restaurant is the best. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

Whether you’re new to this fresh, flavorful cuisine or you’re an old pro, you’ll love the atmosphere, flavors, and services at these authentic Baltimore spots. 243 more words


John Gilchrist; Eclectic, globally inspired menu truly D'Vine

Good chefs are resourceful, talented people, especially when opening their own restaurants. I’ve seen many a chef repair a seemingly unfixable piece of equipment or mend a leaking water line. 768 more words