I am never not eating Italian I am never not eating Italian food. What else would you expect? It’s part of my heritage. While spending the weekend in the West End, I strolled down to Georgetown a few times, in the name of divine food. Continue reading Italian Food in Georgetown
I haven’t written in a while. To be completely honest, I’ve been swimming in the deep end trying to complete a website redesign project (no, not the blog). Dining out in Bethesda might be one of the best perks of the project. Continue reading Bethesda Foodie Guide
Haywire knows how to get down in the kitchen and they have a bakery to boot! It’s no secret I love a good cocktail with my meal but sometimes I enjoy a little bit of country music too, and Haywire did not disappoint. Continue reading Haywire (Dallas Dining)
Island getaways are one of my favorite escapes from the overwhelming stress of everyday life. There is a sweet vulnerability about opening yourself up to new adventures whether you are going somewhere for the first time, or just making time to meet new people in one of your favorite places. Like anyone and everyone, I get to a point where I need the beach to find peace and calm. Memorial Day weekend on Grace Bay beach, I did exactly that. Continue reading A Weekend in Providenciales
I’ve been to D.C. a few times. Until a few years ago, it was particularly exciting because I spent the better part of my childhood entertaining the idea of going into political science. It actually seems fitting that I was welcomed by torrential downpours and what felt like a monsoon (Clinton, Bush, Obama… where are you guys?). Continue reading One Sunny Day in D.C.
Food in the Caribbean is without a doubt one of the many joys of being in the islands, and BB’s Crabback is Grenada’s hidden gem. You’ll want to make time to visit this local treasure during your trip to the Grenadines. Continue reading BB’s Crabback in Grenada
I simply can’t write a love letter to Paris in one post. How could anyone? I’ll start with St. Germain. My home nestled in the Latin Quarter. Literary scholars are known for spending time in cafes but there is more to this arrondissement than that. Continue reading St. Germain (Paris, France)