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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


Baramee’s European Adventure

We went to four different countries on my first trip ever across the Atlantic. Saying that I was excited would be an understatement. We all know I'm a foodie, right? If you didn't, you'll soon learn. This blog doesn't quite expand on that part of me quite yet, but feed me and I'll be your… Continue reading Baramee’s European Adventure


Amsterdam: Day Three

It's our last day in Amsterdam, our last day in Europe. It's the last day of Baramee's European Adventure. We're traveling all day tomorrow...airplane flying. That'll be a day in and of itself. Gross. So, we're taking it easy today. We walked the street market for foodstuff and souvenirs. Then we just explored and #teamawespon… Continue reading Amsterdam: Day Three


Amsterdam: Day Two

Do we really have to get up? Well, eventually we'll have to. For now, let's just be lazy a bit and we'll get going when we get going. We're on holiday after all and this is our last city. After our slower morning, which was easy enough since we had a lighter itinerary than the… Continue reading Amsterdam: Day Two