Hojoko at Fenway Boston

This article was original published in TheFenway.com as an article titled “Rock & Rolls: Sake and Sushi hit the Fenway“....more

Serafina Boston

This meal was provided by Serafina The dining scene has changed in Boston over the last several decades. People prefer craft cocktails, small plates, and a more casual atmosphere. They demand an ever-rotating menu of really high quality...more

New Series! Montreal Jazz Festival Weekend

It’s been over...more

Tantris Munich

This is the twelfth and FINAL...more

Apfelwein, Outdoor Festivals, and Business in Frankfurt Germany

The Eiserner Steg (Iron Bridge) Bryan often travels for work. Occasionally, armed with his trusty little Sony camera (affiliate link!), he takes photos and sends me his thoughts on some of the more note-worthy restaurants he has visited. Other posts I’ve written for places he has visited (but I have not!) are Sushi Yoshitake (3-Michelin.. ....more

L’Express Montreal

This is the second post in the Montreal Jazz Festival Weekend series. The first post was an overview of our entire trip. I’ve met several Europeans who have told me they are drawn to Boston because it is the city that feels most like home to them ....more

Paulaner + Weisses Bräuhaus

This is the eleventh...more

Weihenstephaner – oldest brewery in the world

This is the tenth post in the London & Munich series. Other posts in this series include The Square,...more

Shepard Cambridge

Everyone was devastated when chez Henri closed. The quaint little French bistro had been operating on a small street right off Mass Ave between Porter and Harvard for 19 years. Its Cubano...more

Visiting The Residenz + Lunch at Spatenhaus Munich restaurant

This is the ninth post in the London & Munich series. Other posts in this series include The Square,...more