Al fresco dining, approachable wines and creative tapas — what’s not to love about ROOT, a Fishtown Philadelphia restaurant and wine bar? The only tough decision when dining at the eatery, a hot 2016 opening from Starr Restaurant alum Greg Root and chef Nick Kennedy (Inn at Washington, Jean Georges, Del Posto), is what to order among the many delicious options.
Found on the east side of the nation’s capital, Penn Quarter has become a bustling and exciting area of Washington DC where both tourists and locals gather for arts, entertainment, sports and history. A stroll through its streets will lead you past lots of historical sites, including the J. Edgar Hoover Building, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, National Portrait Gallery and the National Mall.
Americans are enjoying more green tea than ever before. Since green tea comes in many forms — including powders, leaves and bags — the ingredient is gaining ground in both home kitchens and restaurants alike. More and more restaurants are incorporating green tea into their recipes, from energy-boosting morning brews to desserts with exotic flair.
A new seafood locale has cropped up among the restaurants in Harvard Square and trust us, you need to know about it. Waypoint, the second Cambridge restaurant from chef Michael Scelfo of Alden & Harlow, delivers coastal-inspired fare including a raw bar, pizzas, pastas and whole roasts, plus a 20-variety deep absinthe program.
Central Park is one of New York’s most famous attractions. After all, it is the most visited urban park in the United States with 40 million people dropping by in 2013 alone. And you can bet those folks get hungry! Read on for great Central Park restaurants that satisfy.
Sweet, savory, stuffed and sauced: types of pancakes are as diverse as the stamps in our passports. With so many flavors and kinds out there, trying them all is giving us the perfect reason to want to hop on a plane. Whether you like yours topped with butter and syrup, rolled up with ham and cheese or dipped in soy sauce, there’s a pancake for every palette.
Can you imagine french fries without ketchup? Your favorite deli sandwich without mayo? Pancakes without syrup? Hard to picture and definitely not a world we want to live in! If you’re like us, you love dipping, spreading and saucing all kinds of foods with a variety of things, also known as condiments.
When it comes to vacation time, some people like to plan their trips around a famous city, a well-known sight or even a world-class museum. But if you’re anything like us, you’ve been known to plan trips around all the ways you can eat (and drink!) your way through entire cities.
Summer’s just about over, and with the colder weather creeping up on us, the urge to escape to the land of sun and surf is stronger than ever. Even if you’re not able to get away and feel the sand between your toes, you can still lull yourself into a relaxed, beach-y state of mind.
Summer may be winding down, but it’s still plenty nice out to enjoy tasty eats and drinks on al fresco patios in LA! Soak up the last of the warm weather, and welcome cooler days with friends and a beverage (or several) at one of these great spots with outdoor space.