Location: 2 Baker Street, Stirling As far as pubs go, No. 2 Baker Street (yes, sounding very much like a popular 80s TV show) is the No. 1 place to go. A local favourite, it serves up my favourite beer Guinness, and serves it EXTRA COLD. They don’t serve food at the pub, but bags … Continue reading
Location: 201 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA http://www.mrbsbistro.com So, this is another one of those overdue/back-burner pieces. Better late than never, right? Located in the French Quarter, and coming highly recommended from many a source on the world wide web, my first impression of Mr. B’s was that it seemed more suited towards a 40+ … Continue reading
Just got invited to the opening of Compass Lakeside Grill and Lounge, Oakville’s Newest Waterfront Resto in Bronte Outer Harbour! Looking forward to it.
Location: 137 Banff Avenue Banff, AB http://www.banffmapleleaf.com After a two hour trek across Lake Louise and back to the Chateau and by the time we reached Banff, we were riddled with cravings for salmon (or really, anything other than sandwiches and soups), so we headed straight to The Maple Leaf, number one on my list of Banff eateries. Also, … Continue reading
Location: 456 S Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach, FL http://www.muer.com Our first place to dine in PB was Charley’s Crab…a highly recommended restaurant along the beach. Apart from the Guinness that was poured out of a bottle (egh)… the sandwiches we ordered were amazing and I’m not a huge sandwich person! (We quickly realized that most … Continue reading
Location: 185 Main Street, Nashua, NH Cost: approx $9-15 per lunch entree (after 5pm, approx $15-19) http://www.marthas-exchange.com I’ve been to Nashua a slew of times but never dined at Martha’s Exchange on Main Street. Martha’s Exchange has no relation or connection to Martha’s Vineyard or Martha Stewart. It actually began as a sweet shop which simply … Continue reading
Location: 65 rue de Buade, Québec City Cost: $60 for two http://www.restaurantpubdorsay.com Bonjour tout le monde! I must admit, my French is atrocious, but by the end of our Quebec City trip I was readily throwing out “bonjours” and “mercis”, not to mention fully formed-sentences, at my husband, at least. But enough of the French … Continue reading