Ramen, a bowl of broth containing thin noodles, some vegetables, and usually bits of meat and an egg, is certainly a staple food of Japan. The popularity of this filling and tasty soup has exploded worldwide recently. Trendy ramen shops have been popping up across major US cities. As a result of living in Chicago […]Read more "Sip, Slurp, Repeat: Three Fantastic Ramen Shops in Japan"
Restaurant Rating Full Review While Chicago is the birthplace of the deep dish pizza, you may also want to check out the thin crust pizza scene the city has going on. It’s no New York but there are plenty of delicious thin crust pizza shops around. A newcomer to the Windy City in the Lincoln […]Read more "A Pizza Pie Hard To Outdo: Pizzeria Bebu"
RESTAURANT RATING FULL REVIEW Columbus, Ohio is a huge test market for several chain restaurants due to demographics and politics that represent the population of America fairly well at this point in time. It is also the birthplace or headquarters of multiple well-known chains such as Max & Erma’s, Donatos, Bravo/Brio, Charley’s Subs, White Castle, Bob Evans, […]Read more "Meat The Best Loaf In America: Cap City Fine Diner and Bar"
RESTAURANT RATING REVIEW It was an amazing day outside in Chicago! My friends and I went to a baseball game, stopped for Chinese pastries in China Town, and walked around the park. Unfortunately the pleasant day turned to frustration and disgust once we arrived at Reggies Chicago in the South Loop, a bar and grill […]Read more "The “Mole” Sauce From Hell: Reggies Chicago"
RESTAURANT RATING FULL REVIEW Barbecue is definitely one of my favorite types of food. I mean come on! Tender meat that’s been smoked or grilled covered in sweet or spicy sauce served with countless indulgent sides such as mac & cheese, beans, and corn bread. You can’t get much better than that right? Barbecue is […]Read more "Holy Smoques That’s Good: Smoque BBQ"
RESTAURANT RATING FULL REVIEW Three sweaty and tired men roam the humid streets of Barcelona, Spain. They are extremely hungry and looking for any food that will rejuvenate them for the day and night ahead. The wanderers take a turn into a small narrow street. A sign that reads Petit Comitè: Cuina Tradicional Catalana catches their […]Read more "Small Eats, Big Taste: Petite Comitè "
RESTAURANT RATING FULL REVIEW In America, Cinco de Mayo means enjoying Mexican food and sipping on (or gulping down) a few (or several) margaritas. However, Cinco de Mayo, which translates into May 5th in Spanish, is extremely misunderstood and is actually not Mexico’s independence day. Mexico celebrates its independence day on September 16th while Cinco […]Read more "Cinco de Mayo 2017: Cafe El Tapatio"