#GetPokéd At Lark St. Poké Bar

It's a challenge for me to wrap my head around the raw fish competent of sushi, primarily because I feel paranoid about food poisoning, regardless of the quality of the restaurant. Some people live and breathe sushi. Although I am not one of those people, I do enjoy the occasional roll. My aversion to raw fish would... Continue Reading →

Erin Eats Nashville

Weeks before I touched down in Nashville, Tennessee, I had already prepared an itinerary the was largely composed of restaurants and bars. When I walked off the plane I had four days, an empty stomach, and a lot of ground to cover. *Fair warning this blog will cover 4 full days of eating and drinking... Continue Reading →

When Did "Brunching" Become A Verb?

At some point, what was once a word to describe a meal that combined breakfast and lunch, became a verb used across twenty-something’s everywhere to describe an afternoon of indulging in comfort food and day drinking. Although I'd hate to admit the term brunching is part of my vernacular, I am quite fond of the... Continue Reading →

Coffee: By Whatever Beans Necessary

According to my 23andMe results, my genetic makeup has made me pre-disposed to be likely to consume more coffee than the average 23andMe customer. Does this really mean anything? No. But it has given me an excuse to rationalize my coffee consumption. Lorelai Gilmore once said, "I need coffee in an IV".  Like Lorelai, over... Continue Reading →

Feeling Fancy at Yono's

There really is no such thing as normal. But dining at Yono's is certainly an experience far grander than just a "normal" night out. It is without a doubt fine dining, where your water glass is never empty and your utensils are changed out with every course. But what makes a dinner at Yono's truly... Continue Reading →

Making It Through March

Today is the 31st, and as springtime starts to fill the air, I finally have a moment to reflect on the craziness that has been the month of March. A lot happened this month. I found myself in a different city for 3 consecutive weekends, never really catching my breath as a I rushed into... Continue Reading →

Tastes of Tala Bistro

My dad and I are very different, but one thing we've always had in common was our love of food. Now that I am older, and more adventurous, our shared love of food has been a great way to spend some quality time together. It also means dining out at restaurants I can't afford. Thanks... Continue Reading →

A Winter Recap

The past few months have been busy. The weeks fly by and the weekends go by even faster. I suppose that means I'm doing something right. I make it a goal to make the most of my time, and although that sometimes means binge watching Shameless on the couch for hours on end, it can... Continue Reading →

The SOUPerbowl

There were a lot of bowls this weekend; Puppy Bowls, Super Bowls, and in Saratoga Springs, New York, many bowls of chowder. On the eve of Super Bowl LII, Saratoga hosted the 20th annual Chowderfest, and despite freezing temperatures, thousands filled the streets for one of the biggest Saratoga parties short of New Years Eve.... Continue Reading →

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