Sazon – Santa Fe is without question, a Michelin star worthy dining experience with beautiful decor, exemplary service and delicious cuisine.
Dinner at Spiaggia was our reward after an arduous day sightseeing and shopping the second city. It was, an unforgettable experience!
Bourdain’s “fixer” Zamir talked up Soviet food and I had to have some! Russian cuisine at Kachka was intoxicating, especially with vodka.
The dystopian 2020 restaurant environment leads me to a bittersweet farewell to Bluestem, a favorite Kansas City restaurant.
Commander’s Palace is a landmark in the garden district and an important restaurant woven into the historical fabric of New Orleans.
Karen and John Shields opened Smyth after five years in rural Virginia where they found their mojo in farm to table and the name for their restaurant.
A visit to Arnaud’s must begin in the James Beard Award winning French 75 Bar, then finish in the dining room enjoying dishes developed over 100 years.
The pressure of the home-town list is tremendous. I’ve listed them alphabetically because I don’t want to worry what will happen when I start my car!
We were anxiously anticipating our last supper in Chicago, an omakase feast from Chef B.K. Park. Juno, is one of Zagat’s “Hottest Japanese Restaurants in America” and, of 200 sushi restaurants in Chicago, rated best by Chicago Magazine. Now you know why we were excited.
Galatoire’s is a destination restaurant. It’s one of the New Orleans “Grand Dames” because of it’s historical significance and excellence for more than 100 years.