Summer Ice Cream Tour

Anytime I am craving something sweet my number 1 go to is ice cream. Lucky for me, ice cream has become a huge trend this summer in New York City. From soft serve to vegan sundaes, I have indulged in some very delicious and unique concepts. 1. Taiyaki NYC – If You Want Insta-worthy Ice Cream Unicorns, Matcha,…

NYC Power Lunch

It is no secret that in New York City, time is money, but that shouldn’t mean you have to compromise your midday meal with salad bars or greasy fast food. Whether you’re in-between meetings or need to impress your fabulous boss, here are my top Manhattan lunch spots. Luke’s Lobster (FiDi) Do you ever day-dream…

Exploring DC

Ever since I moved to New York, I have had the opportunity to travel and get to know a lot more of the Northeast. Washington D.C., being one of my favorite cities, is only 3 hours away!  Recently, I have had the pleasure to stay in Dupont Circle, which is a bustling part of town…

1884 by Francis Mallmann

I first heard of Francis Mallmann on a Netflix binge of their show called Chef’s Table. Each episode features a famous Chef and a behind the scenes look at how they create magic with food and ambiance. I was particularly drawn to Mallmann since he is from Argentina and is heavily inspired by Patagonia. His…

Discovering Martha’s Vineyard

Although we have crossed over to Fall, I wanted to share my exquisite experience on Martha’s Vineyard. Located off the coast of Cape Cod, MA, a local Ferry awaits to transport you to a New England summer paradise. I had the opportunity to spend 3 wonderful days for my 25th Birthday filled with buttery lobster rolls…

Sensible Omakase

As you can tell, Japanese cuisine is something I’m skewed towards. If you were to ask me which meal I would choose to eat for the rest of my life, Sushi is usually the first thing that comes time mind. So when a co-worker suggested Sushi on Jones for lunch when I was having a…

My First Michelin Star Experience

On December 15, 2016 I was treated to my first Michelin Star restaurant. Michelin Stars are a prestigious restaurant rating system from the famed “Michelin Guide”.  Anonymous inspectors dine at these restaurants and review if they are worthy of the accolade. Having been recommended by Anthony Bourdain, Jewel Bako lives up to its brilliance. Hidden…

Hidden Japanese Gem

In a nondescript shopping mall in North Bay Village, Miami, lies a tiny market that is marked by an “Open” sign. Only by word of mouth did I find  some of the freshest authentic Sushi in South Florida. The hole in the wall is also a restaurant that is only open from 12 pm –…

Modern Peruvian

In the heart of Downtown Doral, Pisco y Nazca is setting the bar high for Peruvian Cuisine. One of my favorite trips was visiting Machu Picchu in Peru where the sights were unforgettable and surprisingly so was the food. I was very excited to dig in! As you walk in, a gorgeous Pisco bar is…

Global Tapas

Beaker and Gray brings modern tapas that will take your tastebuds around the world and back. The polished new restaurant has created a name for itself on N. Miami Ave. and has set a culinary caliber for Wynwood.  The menu may be limited but not when it comes to flavor. Happy hour is a popular…

Oyster Happy Hour

Down by the (Miami) River resides a cozy yet sophisticated bar that has the best selection of raw seafood I’ve ever had. Their specialty oysters range from California to Massachusetts, and are full-bodied, creamy, sea gems that left me wanting more and more. Luckily, you can enjoy them at $1.50 a piece during happy hour…

A Unique Strawberry

Right in the heart of Hialeah, lies a gem hidden in a tiny shopping center. Once inside, the space is buzzing with eager eaters sipping on champagne and the aroma of truffle wafts through the air.  I was ecstatic to finally try La Fresa Francesa. It translates to: The French Strawberry. A suitable yet charming…