Who’s traveling to Auckland? If you are, then you are going to need to eat. This post provides suggestions for dining in Auckland based on our personal experiences. Tip: Most casual restaurants in New Zealand are seat yourself or order at the counter. At the end of the meal, payment will typically be at the […]
Our third day in The City was a Sunday. So, what does one do on a Sunday morning? Brunch of course! Narrowing down where to go proved to be incredibly difficult. I don’t even remember how we ultimately decided, but we chose to go to Jane Restaurant in Greenwich Village.
Sushi Nakazawa was one of the most difficult reservations to get for me on this trip. The restaurant is immensely popular, and for good reason. Chef Daisuke Nakazawa was an apprentice of sushi master, Jiro Ono, whom you may remember from the documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi. So along with Le Bernardin, Sushi Nakazawa was […]
As I’ve said before, this trip to New York was the first for the wife, but not for me. So while her goals were to see a lot of the must-see sights, my goal was to EAT. Our first official meal in The City happened the night before at a Hawaiian restaurant I’ve wanted to […]
My dining philosophy when traveling is to avoid eating “local food,” which is to say food I can get at home in Hawaii. There’s nothing wrong with food in Hawaii, it’s just that I prefer to experience a place through its food. It is a great way, after all, to try new things and experience […]
The Pig and The Lady is one of the hottest restaurants in the state. Heck, it’s one of my favorite restaurants in the world. Period. They’re known for their take on modern Vietnamese cuisine, as well as their outstanding dessert program. So when it was announced that the P&L team would be opening a new […]