When you eat out as often as I do, and are not independently wealthy, you learn to search out the good deals, the lesser known, the independently-owned, the consistently delicious. And if you re really generous, you share those great finds with others.
Cella Bistro – How to exist on tapas, wine and chocolate alone
Sushi Thai at the Park. If you’re still not convinced about excellent restaurants that happen to be in strip malls…read on
With so many Italian restaurants in the area, it takes more than just satisfactory food and service to stand out. However, Michael Lo Porto and his nephew, Carmello, now executive chef, have not only figured out the formula, they’ve managed to master it for over 20 years.
A visit to Steininger’s restaurant is kind of like a visit to your grandmother’s house – if your grandmother lived in the quaint village of Salem, NY, and if she made classic American fare with a European twist, and crafted homemade chocolates that rivaled Godiva.