As an international traveller, I always struggle to find good, local places to eat in foreign countries, so when I come across a particularly commendable restaurant I feel the need to share it. Venice is home to many things such as the St. Mark's Square, fine leather and Gondoliers, but my favorite part of Venice… Continue reading Mangiare a Venezia – Al Conte Pescaor
My family and I recently took a trip to London to enjoy the beginnings of spring, and while we were there we decided to have brunch at a fabulous restaurant called Nopi. Nopi was created by the famous chef Ottolenghi, and if you haven't you should definitely check out his cookbooks which focus heavily on… Continue reading Mediterranean in London – Nopi by Ottolenghi
We've all been in that situation where it's cold, rainy and generally unpleasant outside and all we need to do is stop inside a cute little coffee shop to warm up our tummies and spirits. Well, if you happen to be in Long Island City you can stop into the Doughnut Plant for a delicious… Continue reading Donut Mess With My Doughnuts!
The Boqueria, an expansive marketplace right off the famous Barcelonian street La Rambla, is a must-see market packed with every kind of vendor you could imagine. From tomatoes to cheese to eggs to fish, this market has everything one could ever need. Once you step inside, your senses take over and all you can smell… Continue reading The Boqueria – A Market You Will Never Forget
Cadaqués, a town on the Costa Brava, is located about 2 hours away from the beautiful Catalonian city of Barcelona. Its charming houses with red-tiled roofs and gorgeous views of the Mediterranean make it a must visit for anyone who loves the coast. Compartir, a lovely restaurant very close to the water, not only charms with… Continue reading Compartir – A Costa Brava Must Try