I’ve served as food critic for the News-Post for almost a year now, and one thing I’ve noticed while eating my way through the county is that there is a surprising amount of seafood available.
As we enter the long days of summer and restrictions around the state begin to ease, more and more folks will start to venture outside to catch come sunshine.
Hi everyone! Wow, it’s been a minute, hasn’t it? The last time I wrote to you all was in mid-March and I was saying something along the lines of “if restaurants open again in two weeks here’s where you should go.”
Hi everyone. How are you all doing? It’s a time to be alive, isn’t it? If you’re feeling stressed, anxious, uncertain, scared you’re not alone trust me. I’m feeling it too.
I’m going to let you all in on a little secret. These reviews are done about a week in advance of when they run in the paper. Meaning while you’re reading this review I’m already almost done with the next.
Sandwiches. The ultimate lunch meal.
In my opinion, there is nothing better on a cold day than a bowl of soup. It’s comforting and warms you from the inside out.
Restaurant weeks have become popular across the globe. For one week, restaurants will serve up their best dishes usually in a three or four-course format for one flat price. Not only is it a great way for chefs to showcase their talents but it also gives diners a chance to try all parts of t…
Whenever I visit new restaurants and they’re packed, it’s usually a good sign.
It’s the day before Valentine’s Day and I know many of you just frantically flipped through the pages of 72 Hours trying to get at least one idea of how to celebrate the day of love with your significant other.