Category Archives: Mass Transit Routes

Eating New York City – 2 Days (Vol. 2)

This new blog series is meant to help you take the guesswork out of exploring New York City’s food scene when you are only in town for a couple of days.  Volume 1 of Eating New York City explored Williamsburg, Harlem and more.  Today I have a new 2-day itinerary to help you take a bite out of the Big

Eating New York City – 2 Days (Vol. 1)

“Some folks like to get away, take a holiday from the neighborhood.  Hop a flight to Miami Beach or to Hollywood.  But I’m takin’ a Greyhound on the Hudson River Line.  I’m in a New York state of mind.” – Billy Joel.  But how do you have a diverse food experience once you get there?  Here’s my new blog series about

19 Best Chicago Italian Restaurants Accessible Via Mass Transit

Buon Giorno, mi amici!  After careful research, I give you my picks for “19 Best Chicago Italian Restaurants Accessible Via Mass Transit”.  What are you waiting for?  Let’s hit the rails and get fed! **Click on the restaurant names for more information and directions.     The Gold Coast     Nico Osteria – This Italian seafood-centric restaurant is located in

9 Great Middle Eastern Restaurants in Chicago

I love the fresh, earthy, spicy flavors of Middle Eastern food from falafel to tabbouleh to kebabs.  Chicago has a rich landscape of such cuisine in each neighborhood.  Below is a list of 9 Great Middle Eastern Restaurants in Chicago.   Zaytune   What:  Middle Eastern stalwart in the Bridgeport neighborhood with some of the freshest pita you will find

Eating Chicago in 2 Days – Vol. 2

Are you heading to Chicago for just a couple of days on business or for a quick getaway but have no idea where to find the best food and drink?  Don’t worry because I’ve got you covered with my new blog series, Eating Chicago in 2 Days.  I am creating short itineraries of Chicago’s must-visit restaurants, bars, coffee houses and specialty shops which