Category Archives - Restaurants

Bangkok’s Elements Restaurant: Modern International Cuisine

Bangkok’s Thailand is a vibrant, world-class city of more than 8 million people that effortlessly blends the old with the new, and it’s wonderful food

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Clyde Common: Happy Hour Urban Comfort

Chef Carlo Lamagna debuts a new happy hour menu at Portland’s popular Clyde Common restaurant, and we’re there to enjoy! Read the full article at

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A Walking Food Tour in Savannah’s Historic Eastside

Savannah is a city everyone should experience–historically fascinating, friendly, fun and sexy, with fabulous food. What’s not to love? Join me on a walking food

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Ecliptic Brewing: Great Brew, Food, and Atmosphere in North Portland

Brewmaster John Harris blends his love of great food and beer with astronomy at his North Portland restaurant. Read the full article on RealFoodTraveler.com.

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Chakrabongse Dining: Royal Riverfront Dining

Chakrabongse Villas, one of Bangkok’s finest boutique hotels, offers hotel guests and visitors alike a beautiful spot to dine on the Chao Phraya River. Read

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Tao-Teung: Cool Off with a Refreshing Bangkok Iced Dessert

I love Bangkok, an incredible city, where I ate extremely well, enjoyed the many temples and historical sites, and met some wonderful people. The high

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Driving Mt. Rainier’s Scenic Loop

Washington’s Mt. Rainier, at 14,410 feet the state’s tallest mountain, is a marvelous destination any time of the year. You could take weeks to explore

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Alder Wood Bistro, Sequim, WA: Best Local Ingredients

There’s a bit of a wait at the Alder Wood Bistro, in Sequim, Washington, even on a weekday evening, and I can see why. It’s

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Three Days in Sunny Sequim, WA


Sequim is pronounced, “SK-WIM.”
It’s located on the north end of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.
Thanks to the “rain shadow” of the Olympic Mountains, it

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Blondie’s Plate: (Big) Small Plates, Huge Flavors, Sequim, WA

Blondie’s plate proprietor Kim McDougall was a “self-proclaimed professional diner” before she opened her own restaurant in the town Sequim on the North shore of

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Nicky USA’s Unique Meat Festival

Warning: This article is not intended for vegetarians. But if you’re a meat lover, this annual food festival, organized by Nicky USA, the Northwest’s leading

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Knoxville’s Fun & Vital Downtown

People walked their dogs every day at all hours in downtown Knoxville, and I love what this tells me about this navigable, livable, and fun

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