Category: Food

Find where to get the best local cuisine while traveling to different areas of the world.

Looking for Fun and Different Places to Eat in Florida – This Gourmet Deli Will Surprise You!

Confession time – I am probably the only New Yorker who has never eaten at a gourmet deli. Crazy, I know! So when my family and I traveled in Florida I decided it was time to introduce my kids to … Continue reading

Fun Breakfast Restaurant Near Weeki Wachee, Florida – Leslie’s Bistro

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for me. Well, technically not for me, but for my kids. My boys are extremely picky eaters, but can shovel down a good breakfast. As a matter of fact, they can … Continue reading

Searching for Weeki Wachee Restaurants – Finding a Gem – BeckyJack’s Food Shack

When doing a search for Weeki Wachee Restaurants you come up with very few cool options. They are mainly chains like Olive Garden and Crackle Barrel.  Not exactly memorable restaurants that are unique to the area, especially because last time … Continue reading

Plantation On Crystal River – Fine Dining and Luxury Resort

What do you do after a fun filled day swimming with Manatee? Go for a fine dining night out to celebrate such a unique and truly one-of-a-kind experience. Searching for the finest dining establishment in Crystal River was one of … Continue reading

Tea Anyone – Eating Lunch at a Tea House in Heritage Village of Crystal River

Crystal River is known for being one of the best places in the world to swim with Manatee. Which can make it enough for many people to fall in love with. Yet, when I discovered its famous Heritage Village I felt … Continue reading

Places to Eat in Daytona Beach – Crabby Joe’s

A trend is forming for me. Whenever I head to a new spot I find myself doing massive searches online, but at the end usually go with the advice and recommendations of tourism board experts. Such was the case with … Continue reading

A Surprise Family Picnic – Harry’s Seafood Bar and Grill

When I began planning my family’s trip this past December I narrowed my search to New Orleans. This was the original plan with a few stops along the way in Northern Florida.  Due to my husband’s schedule we had to … Continue reading

Elegance and Fine Dining for Families – Raintree Restaurant in St. Augustine

Going on a trip and not having a fine dining night out  should be considered a travel sin.  And yes, you can do it with small kids. Maybe not a Michelin rated restaurant, but don’t give up hope. All it … Continue reading

18th Century Spanish Dinner – Taberna Del Caballo

What’s a visit to St. Augustine and not eat at an authentic Spanish Tavern (Taberna del Caballo) which resembled one of the 40 taverns that were open during the 18th Century. The Taberna is part of the Colonial Quarter St. Augustine, … Continue reading

Restaurants in Daytona Beach – Racing North Turn – A Historic Lunch

Eating at a nice beach front restaurant can be done anywhere in the world. But when you bring elements of history, racing, seafood and beach that is when the dining experience truly comes to life. And that is exactly what … Continue reading

Dining in Boston – Never a Shortage of Amazingness

Boston has one of the greatest selections of dining. You can find anything you like want. But it’s always fun to go for the iconic Bostonian meals. Most of them are seafood. But you’ll find others too. Dining in Boston … Continue reading

Traditional Guatemala Food and Street Vendors

Visiting the Kite Festival in Sumpango on Day of the Dead, November 1, in Guatemala is a super rare treat. It is also a supreme time to get a glimpse into the world of Guatemalan food vendors. But the most … Continue reading

El Salvador Seafood Market

El Salvador has so much to offer. You have the surf beaches, Suchitoto, and the piers. What you’ll find at a genuine Seafood Market Shells of all sorts Yummmmm – fresh Ceviche to be eaten at any time of the … Continue reading

Guatemala for Kids – Family Friendly Resorts are a Fun Option

Lake Atitlan in Guatemala is considered to be a one of the top ten most beautiful places in the world to visit. Once you’ve been there, you would totally agree. However, when traveling with kids views and scenery only go … Continue reading

Authentic Japanese Food On Lake Atitlan, Guatemala? Crazy, but True!

Looking for something totally new and different and least expected? My family and I always do, especially when we are returning to a spot we have been to many times before. This time my search was all about restaurants on … Continue reading

A Romantic Getaway for Parents (Sans Kids) in Antigua

What would be the perfect birthday gift to the Papa of my children? How about an escape from Papa duties to enjoy a romantic getaway with the Mama of his children. Without extended family nearby, we aren’t able to go … Continue reading

Michelada Mix on a Hot Monterico Day – Guatemala

Monterrico, Guatemala is known for beaches, drinking, hot hot days, mosquitos and turtle releasing. During our last trip to Monterrico, while the boys were running around discovering the tiny village, we discovered a new bottled drink – Michelada Dorada Draft … Continue reading

Pizza Grizzly – Oldest Theme Restaurant in Guatemala

Since living in Guatemala one of the biggest challenges we have had was finding good pizza. We have tasted every pizza made in Antigua and simply are not pleased. Isn’t pizza supposed to be an easy thing to make? Apparently … Continue reading

Worlds Largest McDonalds – Is This Really Necessary?

Honestly, do we really need a ‘World’s Largest’ McDonalds? I highly doubt it. We stumbled upon this place accidentally while visiting Orlando, Florida. My son’s buddy lives in Orlando and they haven’t seen one another in a long time. So … Continue reading

Samuel Adams Boston Lager – Gotta Have One

Boston in the summer months spells out serious heat waves. And if you’re not a kid you actually have options other than slurpees and ice cream, both of which I’m no a fan of. So what treat do adults get … Continue reading

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