Polo Bar…a Tale of Two Cities…NYC v. Chicago

Reservations at the swanky Polo Bar in New York City are some of the hardest reservations to come by in the Big Apple right now. There’s really only two ways to get in, either you stalk their reservation hotline for weeks/months in advance like a total lunatic or you try calling every person you know…

Montreal Loving

Did you know, Montreal is continuously ranked one of the top nightlife cities in North America, again and again? If you have ever been, you can easily see why; this city is bustling! In addition to its buzzling late night scene, Montreal also has some fantastic food and tons of cool neighborhoods to check out….

Eight reasons why you should visit Tbilisi, Georgia

1.       Georgian food is all the rage right now! Tell me now, who doesn’t love dumplings and bread filled with cheese or just freshly baked, warm, crunchy on the outside and fluffy, piping hot, doughy goodness on the inside, bread in general? Georgia certainly does! Between Kninkali, (Georgian dumplings), Khachapuri, (Georgian bread), and Puri, (Georgian…

Covert Cocktail Club

With the rise of social dining apps, such as Eatwith.com, it no longer seems unusual to enter a stranger’s home and pay them to eat a homecooked meal at their kitchen table with other random people. (If you can share cars with people, why can’t you share a love of cooking with someone in their…

A Review of Restaurant Daniel

Restaurant Daniel. For anyone who has ever dined here, you know, it’s that one name, one word that embodies so many descriptors. Exquisite, lavish, classy, opulent, wealthy, elegant. It’s a place that should be on everyone’s list when it comes to fine dining in America (assuming of course, you have that list!) There’s something about…

March 2019 Seafood Trends!

For many retailers, Lent, (the six-week period between Ash Wednesday and Easter) provides the seafood industry with a much-needed sales boost. In fact, U.S. retailers generated $1 billion in seafood sales during Lent last year. However outside of this brief period, seafood sales lag well behind those other fresh categories, and well behind other protein…

Truffles!

The French call them the “Diamonds of the kitchen” and 60 Minutes named them ‘the most expensive food in the world’. Truffles can offen garner more money than some high-end champagnes. In 2014, an anonymous bidder from Hong Kong shelled out $120,000 for two pieces of white truffle weighing a total of about two pounds….

February 2019 Food Trends

As we all know, its officially March, so I failed at getting this out in the actual month described, but regardless, there are some interesting food trends going on right now. Rise of vegan food These days it seems more and more of us are embracing a more plant friendly lifestyle, with vegan restaurants opening…

Tasting Collective Supper Club and Baar Baar NYC

Tasting Collective Are you looking to meet likeminded ‘foodie centric’ individuals who spend the majority of their free time on Eater.com and thrive on checking out a city’s newest restaurants? Do you love eating (who doesn’t) and trying out lots of different foods and restaurants? Are you adventurous when it comes to food? If you…

Miami Culinary Tours – A Little Tour of Wynwood

Remember when going to Miami meant a four-day Charlie Sheen bender in South Beach where you barely knew your name by the time you got on the flight back home? Well, not anymore, (in regard to the South Beach part, the partying is still what Miami is all about)! Miami’s ‘boroughs’ have really taken center…