Do you ever go to Tampa, Florida? If you are planning a trip I highly recommend reading this article https://www.ilovethiscityfestivalsd.com/ that covers three dinner restaurants there. This article was written awhile ago so I would recommend you look them up first to be sure they are still in business. I have found, though, that good places stick around for years.
Brooks Sandwich House is located at 2710 N. Brevard Street in Charlotte, North Carolina. The founders are twin brothers who opened their hot dog and hamburger restaurant in 1973. They have homemade chili recipe that was created forty-six years ago. A guy named Kevin Alexander who writes for a website called the ‘Thrillist’ took a year to travel the United State with the goal to find the one hundred best hamburgers in America. He tapped into local food writers and … Read More
The upper class of people in Italy considered pizza for the commoners and was ignored for centuries. It is said the Queen of Naples actually banned pizza from her home in the late 1700’s. Ironically her husband loved pizza so much he would sneak out in disguise to indulge on pizza made by Antonio Testa. When the King’s son took over, he hired the son of Antonio Testa, Domenico, to build a pizza oven in the palace. This caused pizza … Read More
El Chingon Mexican Bistro is located at 4326 Tennyson Street in Denver, Colorado in the Northwest part of the city. They are committed to supporting local growers and ranchers to provide the freshest flavors possible. Their pork is hormone free and grass-fed as well as their chicken is harvested from chickens that were free-range. Chef David got his training as a chef in Avignon, France. His meals are as close to original traditional recipes one would find in Mexico City. … Read More
Picasso’s Pizzeria is located on the Southside of Jacksonville, Florida. Some of their popular creations are St. Louis Toasted Ravioli, New York Pizza and Gooey Butter Cake. A small hole-in-the wall, Picasso’s Pizzeria is very popular and fills up fast. You can make reservations if you do so twenty-four hours in advance. Owners Don and Chris, both grew up in St. Louis consuming great pizza and toasted ravioli. No matter where either man lived, they could never find a restaurant … Read More