Interior, upstairs and table setting
Pampano is a contemporary Mexican restaurant found in Midtown East. The decor and the menu vaguely reminds me of my recent press trip to Los Cabos, Mexico – and the food primarily focused on seafood.
Entering this restaurant on a humid, drizzling evening, we’re greeted by two [...]
Entrance to Don Sanchez
Don Sanchez is a casual restaurant located in the historical downtown district of San José del Cabo. Corporate Chef Tadd Chapman, a Canadian expat and tequila expert, cooking casual food that is tilts toward the finer side of Mexican cuisine. This restaurant is also known for evenings of [...]
Piperade: Exterior, interior, menu
Piperade is a rustic, comfortable, California-Basque restaurant that I would go out to eat on a weekly basis, if I were to live in San Francisco. It’s satisfying food that isn’t too fussy or complex and has a good value compared to other San Francisco restaurants.
I rarely eat at a steakhouse. For the most part, I tend to think steakhouses are masculine, darkly lit places that just care about large slabs of well-marbled beef. Except when I visited Alexander’s Steakhouse in San Francisco with my family very recently, I will make an exception.
Alexander’s Steakhouse is a contemporary, urban, [...]
Arami’s windows and at the bar
During my vacation/stay in Chicago, Arami was one of my dinner stops here. After some research, this was considered one of the good Japanese spots to have sushi. As a sushi fanatic, I’m excited to eat here and booked a reservation.
What surprised me was that [...]
Starting top left: At Saxon + Parole, Dinner menu pairing with Maker’s Mark Bourbon Whiskey, Interior, at the bar
A few nights ago, I had dinner at Saxon + Parole for Maker’s Mark bourbon whiskey dinner. This restaurant is Chef Brad Farmerie and AvroKO’s latest venture, which used to be their restaurant [...]