The Chicago food scene has transformed over the last decade from deep dish pizza, hot dogs, and steaks to more interesting cuisine. You can reach many different Chicago neighborhoods quickly and easily by using the local trains (the ‘L’) and buses. As an ethnic melting pot, Chicago is the perfect place to Continue reading
Weekends in New York are not the only time to enjoy some comfort food. To be sure, every day is a good day to indulge in some iconic delights associated with The Big Apple. As a native, it is my pleasure to offer up the following list of Essential New York Bagels Brunch Bakeries for you.
Russ & Daughters Cafe
The cafe was the long overdue addition to the landmark Russ & Daughters appetizing delicatessen around the corner. This is where you want to come to get your lox, whitefish, sable and matzo ball soup. The sweet side of the menu has Continue reading
Chicago vegetarian options are on the rise and while I don’t consider myself a vegetarian or a vegan, I try to avoid eating meat most of the time. When a craving for beef, veal or lamb hits me, I allow myself to indulge. The body wants what the body wants. Luckily, those meaty cravings don’t happen too often. Chicago has several restaurants which offer vegetarian and vegan dishes on their menus. Lifestyle changes and sensitive diets seem to Continue reading
Hola, mi gente! After careful research, I give to you my picks for the “17 Best Chicago Tacos Accessible Via Mass Transit.” That’s a lot of hot sauce and napkins, folks! It was my pleasure. Enjoy!
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[Editors Note: This post was originally published on October 27, 2015. This update includes 6 additional taco recommendations which bring the total to seventeen. Those are highlighted in RED].
Carnitas is the specialty here and it’s the best you will find in Chicago. Buy it by the taco or by the pound and don’t forget the chicharrones!
Value Meal for $6.50 is a great way to go!
It had been 25 years since I visited Spain. My memories of Madrid, Toledo, Costa Del Sol and Cordoba are still quite vivid. The sights, the smells, the food. Yet, I had an overwhelming need to correct a wrong. I never made it to Barcelona. On May 11th, I would be celebrating my 50th birthday (yikes!) and I thought it appropriate to do so in style and with great food. Here’s how I ate my way through Barcelona.
First off, let me say that Continue reading