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Chef Thomas Keller’s Bouchon Beverly Hills – restaurant review

A few foodie friends and I made a trip to Bouchon Bistro in Beverly Hills this week. The restaurant is beautiful and the service was outstanding. I was looking forward to trying Chef Thomas Keller’s French bistro and had high…


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Eurasia Mt Pleasant, SC – restaurant review

Hidden in a busy Mt Pleasant, SC shopping center is a modern restaurant with exceptional food and service to match. At Eurasia, Executive Chef Meredith Adams focus on farm-fresh, local and seasonal American food with a hint of Asian influence….


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Graze Charleston – restaurant review

Graze Charleston describes itself as creative, casual cuisine – and I’ll give it that, the menu was creative and offered a variety of choices from fish to pasta to pork. We dined on a Saturday night, and had made a…


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Seasons 52 – restaurant review

It’s hard to imagine that that same people who brought us Olive Garden and Red Lobster are responsible for Seasons 52. If you’ve ever had the chance to visit a Seasons 52, you know that the restaurant focuses on fresh,…


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Mai Lee, St Louis – Vietnamese at its best

One of the things that makes Mai Lee so appealing, is the story of its owner. I first learned about Mai Lee on Twitter from a Zagat tweet. However, I had lived in St Louis back in the early 1990s…


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Parsippany & Whippany NJ eateries, Tabor Road Tavern & Eccola Restaurant Reviews

The internet does not do justice to the amazing eateries of Parsippany & Whippany NJ. I thought I was in for my own private episode of diners, drive-ins & dives (I love Guy!), but was very pleasantly surprised by the…


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Chef Kevin Gillespie’s Woodfire Grill

I had the opportunity to visit Chef Kevin Gillespie’s (of Top Chef fame) Woodfire Grill in Atlanta, GA for the second time. I had a vague memory of how good it was the first time, but couldn’t even imagine the…