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#NYC Best Eats

#NYC Best Eats

The Big Apple is known for some of the world’s tastiest cuisine. You already know what NYC restaurants were the worst eats from my last blog post. Now, it’s time to share some of the best NYC eats (and drinks) I experienced during my Thanksgiving visit. Everyman Espresso I Yelped coffee shops in the East … Continue reading

#NYC Worst Eats

#NYC Worst Eats

I just returned from my new favorite city – The Big Apple. So many of my friends gave me lots of eating suggestions for my visit so I decided to try a few out as well as trust the judgement of my friend I was staying with. In addition to experiencing some seriously amazing eats, … Continue reading

Morgan’s Miami – Big Taste, HUGE Quantity

Morgan’s Miami – Big Taste, HUGE Quantity

I’ve officially eaten at Morgan’s in Wynwood for brunch, lunch, and dinner! I’ve gotta say… I have not been disappointed at any of my visits. It’s really become one of my go-to spots for lunch meetings, lazy weekend brunch, and catch-up sesh’s with my friends. There’s something about homemade comfort food with GINORMOUS portions. I … Continue reading

Italian Culinary Experience with Cecconi’s and Zonin

Italian Culinary Experience with Cecconi’s and Zonin

Zonin has been hosting a series of monthly Italian culinary events at Miami-Dade Culinary School. I’ve been fortunate enough to be invited to these delicious events which feature some of Miami’s most talented Italian chefs. September’s guest chef was SOHO Beach House – Cecconi’s Sergio Sigala. Aperitivo: Bresaola Rotolino, Grana Padano & Rucola This cured raw beef … Continue reading

Italian Culinary Experience with Cioppino and Zonin

Italian Culinary Experience with Cioppino and Zonin

My first restaurant review – I’m so excited 🙂 I’m a lucky, lucky girl to be invited to Zonin‘s Culinary Experiences at Miami-Dade Culinary Institute. This past event was hosted with the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne’s Italian restaurant Cioppino led by Chef Ezio Gamba, and it featured five different wines (including Prosecco) and five food courses … Continue reading