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Tips for a Tasty Labor Day Celebration

Labor Day, which is always the first Monday in September, is just around the corner, making it the perfect time for planning something special. This year marks the 125th anniversary of the celebration that honors the American worker and is the unofficial end of summer. Millions of people around the country will take the day off […]

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Five Reasons Every Beer Lover Should Try Jai Ho

Foodies and beer lovers around the world proclaim that craft beer offers an incomparable and unique experience superior to the mass-produced rivals that are often referred to as watered down. Jai Ho Midnight is an India Pale Ale (IPA) that features a red/orange pour with a frothy white head, a smooth, citrus aroma and is […]

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D.C. Foodies Find A Hawaiian Culinary Paradise in a Taco

Washington, D.C. What do you get when you take a top rated chef and let him spend some time living in and exploring the Hawaiian islands? You get someone eager to bring the flavors of that exquisite cuisine back to the mainland. The D.C. area is in for a treat, with Chef Ryan Fichter opening […]

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Celebrity Chefs to Convene at the 13th Annual San Diego Bay Wine + Food Festival

Photo Credit: Joey Hernandez

There are few annual events that get me as excited as the San Diego Bay Wine + Food Festival—a week-long extravaganza showcasing the best of San Diego’s flourishing food scene and the talented chefs (and other skilled food and beverage purveyors) that make it all happen. As one of the largest wine and food events […]

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Seven Reasons to Love Fleming’s La Jolla

Courtesy Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

San Diego, CA. Having lived in San Diego for well over a decade I’ve had the pleasure of eating at Fleming’s La Jolla location on numerous occasions. With each, the award-winning restaurant exhibited why it’s remained a North County staple for classic steakhouse fare since opening in 1999. Fleming’s La Jolla was, in fact, the […]

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Vetting Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House Las Vegas

Courtesy Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group, Inc

If you’ve dined at any of the Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak Houses throughout the U.S., you’ve certainly reveled in the sophisticated chophouse chain’s take on prime steak and seafood. While there are expected synergies among all of the locations, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House Las Vegas breaks the “if you’ve seen one, you’ve […]

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Slow Food at Sprig Fights Fast-Food Culture

New York, N.Y.  In a sea of steaks, burritos and grab-and-go food in busy Midtown East, there is a beacon of the Slow Food movement, serving healthful food in an elegant, inviting environment. For nearly two years, Sprig Restaurant has served consistently superb New American cuisine that celebrates artisanal goods, seasonal produce and local distributors. […]

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