When I eat sushi, I go for the zaniest stuff on the menu, or at least the most interesting.
My adventure at the new VegHeads restaurant
I love hummus (there's always some in my fridge) but even with a passion for the stuff, an entire wrap of it might be too much for non-vegheads.
A devoted fan of Saigon Flavors sent me an e-mail recently. The writer had nothing but praise for the little Vietnamese restaurant's new menu of vegan friendly dishes, featuring so-called "mock meats".
On my three visits, I've yet to find a wine out of stock, which has been a challenge for previous operators.
New pizza on the Southside For some people, it's about filling an empty void in their gut.
I generally avoid giving you the skinny on big-brand, big-budget chain restaurants. But when a company like Joe's Crab Shack stakes claim to a rare strip of waterfront property on River Street and builds a completely new building, I think you deserve a look inside.
An Gorta Mór, "the great hunger," ravaged Ireland of her people, laid a foundation for her modern politics and provided the catalyst for the mass emigration of her people. In that seven year struggle (1845-1852), more than a million Irish died, food production plummeted and politicians struggled for solutions.
Dub's delivers The Live Oak Restaurant Group is making another run at the west end of River Street with its high–end bar food project Dub's Pub.
While wandering around downtown on one of those beautiful days last week I was struck by a craving for sweet and sour chicken. Coincidentally, I rounded the corner smack into PJ Thai's at that very moment.
The pineapple is without a doubt the iconic image of Hawaii. But the tasty tropical fruit was introduced to the islands and originally calls South America home.