Restaurant Review #244: Shamrock Cafe (Lancaster, PA)

Justin and I have an affinity for dive bars, especially when traveling. We prefer them to “scenes”, no matter how gritty or grimy they may be. The less chances we have of running into other millennials, the more we are inclined to try it. While exploring the city, I did a quick Google search for…

Photo of the Day: April 13, 2019

A delectable Reuben Stromboli using Kobe corned beef from Shop Rite. All I could say was, “Wow!”. There really was a marked difference in quality. Be on the lookout for the stuff. It is great on St. Patrick’s Day…or any other day for that matter!

Making Friends at the Revere Tavern

This is one of those posts where I know exactly what I want to say but have to figure out just how to say it. Sometimes an experience can be that awesome. If I did not give the Revere Tavern a 5-star rating in February, I would have done so on this most recent trip…

Restaurant Review #243: Sa La Thai (Lancaster, PA)

After being so impressed by the variety of culture in Lancaster City on our last trip, we wanted to venture more into what the area has to offer. Originally, Justin and I planned on trying a Trinidadian restaurant, but it was a Monday and they were closed. We continued walking around and ended up in…

Photo of the Day: April 11, 2019

I had Duke Bourbon a few years ago and thought it was great, and not because I’m a fan of its namesake. I just had to get a picture of this set-up. Okay, I also had my picture taken with “him” as well. Saving that for another time!

Photo of the Day: April 10, 2019

I’m not a big fan of pasta (horrible Italian, I know) but this pappardelle with ham and mushrooms in a cream sauce really hit the spot.

Photo of the Day: April 9, 2019

Dessert for Justin’s birthday last month was this unbelievable assortment of cookies and pastries at Nonna’s in Englishtown.

Kunya Siam Rings in Thai New Year on April 14

One of the most anticipated culinary events in Atlantic Highlands every year is Kunya Siam’s Thai New Year celebration. I have helped out at the festivities in various capacities four or five times now. For 2019, there will be three seatings (all sold out—waiting list available) beginning at 3 PM on Sunday, April 14. While…