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Celtic Oktoberfest: Day 1

This begins a new series and I'm about a whole vacation behind so...just deal with it. The vacation before this will be uploaded at some point. Celtic Oktoberfest is this years annual holiday that I take with my best friend...and we were headed back to Europe. Can you guess where by name alone? That's right,… Continue reading Celtic Oktoberfest: Day 1


Awake & Bake

Javaya & Brewpass bring you Chicago's first coffee and pie festival and...it was completely free (yes, that's right...it cost nothing, but possibly your time standing in line).  Per their Eventbrite page, "Awake & Bake brings together two of your fave's - the BEST local craft coffee and pie that Chicago has to offer....and we're pairing them… Continue reading Awake & Bake

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Chicago Culinary Kitchen

"Hey Baramee. Do you like BBQ?" "Yes" "Do you like brunch?" "Yes" "Okay! We're going on a baby road trip." "Wait...what?" And that's how I agreed on a road trip from Chicago out to the suburb of Palatine, IL. Let me just start by saying, it was worth every mile and minute we spent in… Continue reading Chicago Culinary Kitchen

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Dos Toros

Dos Toros is the brainchild of two guys from California, who decided to open their California-style taqueria in New York City...because they didn't really exist and they missed that integral piece of their childhood. Dos Toros opened up their flagship restaurant in the East Village, right near Union Square. That location, I've been to numerous… Continue reading Dos Toros


Rock & Sole Plaice

The oldest fish and chips shop in London, located in Convent Garden, is a must. It was opened in 1871 and has been using their traditional recipe for the past 145 years. How crazy is that? Walking in, you encounter a high counter. I say high because at my 5'2, I couldn't see over it.… Continue reading Rock & Sole Plaice