Last month Mike and I tied the knot in a small ceremony up at Philo Apple Farm in Northern California. Shortly after we wrapped up our party we hopped on a plane to travel across France and Spain for two weeks. Below is a list of some recommended places to eat and drink in Paris. More blogs coming soon on our other adventure destinations!
This is officially the second part to my two-part guide from our trip to Mexico this Spring. Holy moly, I loved this city. The people, the food, the architecture, the mezcal - everyone was so friendly and inviting and all of their food was delicious. Here's my guide on where to eat and drink in this little town with a couple of suggestions on ways to fill your time.
Mike and I recently took a much (much) needed vacation to Mexico. Instead of hitting up the beaches, we decided to go on an urban adventure and spent a few days in Mexico City and a few days in Oaxaca City (Oaxaca City guide coming soon). Some of my foodie friends over the years have always told me that Mexico City is a must but before arriving one hot Saturday night in early April, I wasn't really sure what to expect.
I had the pleasure of going to school in Portland and since the moment I left I've been emailing lists to friends of all of the best spots to visit in the city with seven bridges (soon to be eight). I have such a love of PDX: their people, beer, food, and beer. Did I mention the beer? Here is a list to get you started if you ever find yourself in the neck of the woods.
This post is way overdue. My sister lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts (wow, that state is really hard to spell) and I go to visit at least once a year. I have been pleasantly surprised by the growing food scene there. Here's a combination of my favorite spots when I am in town and what's next up on my list. Check them out and let me know you think!
Over Memorial Day weekend we headed up to Bainbridge Island in Washington to visit my pops. Mike and I snuck away for a day and rode the ferry to Seattle. We ate at some delicious places, drink some damn fine beer and wanted to share some hot spots with you in case you ever find yourself in the Emerald City.
Last weekend Mike and I took a spontaneous trip south on Route 1 to Santa Cruz. We took our time and really made a day of it, so I thought I would share some great places to distract yourself if you find your tires headed in that direction.
I spent last summer working in northern Vermont at an amazing farm called Harvest Hill. I fell in love with the people, the farms, the beer and the small but robust food scene. Here are a few highlights if you ever make it up there...