Floriole {Eating Out: Chicago}
2015 / Adventure in Normal Life / Favorite Places / Food / Good Eats / Travel

Floriole {Eating Out: Chicago}

I grew up close to Chicago and since I’ve become a Beantown gal, I haven’t really explored all the new neighborhoods as an adult. When friends of ours moved recently to the city, we decided we would visit ASAP. Since they’re also foodies, we had a grand time trying new eats, including this delightful bakery, … Continue reading

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Basho {Eating Out Boston} 
Boston / Food / Good Eats

Basho {Eating Out Boston} 

A few weeks ago, we enjoyed trying a new Japanese and Korean, Basho, a brasserie in Fenway.   We began with green tea – a staple for Japanese cuisine. 👌🏽    I was a fan of the pickled cucumber Korean side dish.     For an appetizer, we tried a very tasty  spicy duck steamed buns. I like … Continue reading

Carolina Blue
Food / Photography / See the Sights / Style / Travel / Uncategorized

Carolina Blue

A whirlwind trip, but definitely worth it! Let’s go!! Caffè Driade                              Soft, yellow lighting on large  cool grey tiles and same color dark grey tables. Art of all kinds – a crocodile, and concentric orange circles that bear a remarkable resemblance to an iris of … Continue reading

Aquitaine {eating out Boston}
Boston / Good Eats

Aquitaine {eating out Boston}

Brunch. Weekend is coming. Where to Brunch? Aquitaine in Boston’s historic and trendy South End neighborhood is a fast favorite. The menu changes seasonally, but the cinnamon rolls, freshly squeezed citrus, and bottomless coffee keep flowing. For years, I’ve loved these unique bites of sweet, slightly toasted, and cinnamon pastries. They’re more cinnamon than dough, … Continue reading

Casa B {eating out Boston}
Boston / Food / Good Eats

Casa B {eating out Boston}

This past fall, we had a wonderfully fun time on a double date with friends of ours who recommended this place in Somerville, only a short drive out of the city of Boston proper. Although I did not take photos of every course of the fusion tapas establishment – fusing mainly Columbian with Puerto Rican … Continue reading