I hope home fries don’t sue me for this… hash browns at Jimmy’s Eastside Diner (Upper Eastside, Restaurant)

I’ve been writing a lot of blog posts recently to catch up on old posts and the end is in sight! The backed up posts were¬†both Miami posts and out-of-town travel posts. I greatly enjoy breakfast food, so it makes sense I had a couple breakfast/brunch experiences on my recent trips. If there were hash […]

Read More I hope home fries don’t sue me for this… hash browns at Jimmy’s Eastside Diner (Upper Eastside, Restaurant)

Food, vibe, and decor very on point, but brand new service has some kinks to work out- Wynwood Diner (American)

After getting way behind on blog posts in general and deciding to first complete posts about “recent” trips (Atlanta, Baltimore, St. Augustine, Chicago), I am now ready to tackle the 20 some Miami posts that have accumulated. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel! I generally plan to go chronologically from […]

Read More Food, vibe, and decor very on point, but brand new service has some kinks to work out- Wynwood Diner (American)

Mixing up the traditional and the nontraditional for brunch- The Publican (West Loop, Chicago, Outside Trips)

Brunch! I knew Chicago was a pretty great brunch city, so I was excited for the Sunday morning of my trip. Miami has some decent breakfast and brunch places, but the brunch culture just isn’t there like it is in Portland, Chicago, New York, etc. There were a few brunch places that came up in […]

Read More Mixing up the traditional and the nontraditional for brunch- The Publican (West Loop, Chicago, Outside Trips)

Back to brunching up north + gluten-free biscuits and English muffins- Woodberry Kitchen (Baltimore)

When I travel I am pretty serious about doing in-depth research into the gluten-free scene of wherever I am going. Sometimes it’s very clear what places I should visit and other times I might be more ambivalent about what I am finding or there are so many options it’s difficult to decide (or any combinations […]

Read More Back to brunching up north + gluten-free biscuits and English muffins- Woodberry Kitchen (Baltimore)

Finally getting macarons, macaroons, and meringues straight- Petit Provence (Portland, Gluten-Free)

One of my last new discoveries in terms of restaurants in Portland was a breakfast with an old high school friend at Petit Provence on NE Alberta St. As I’ve shared in some other posts about Alberta (namely Via Chicago), the street has changed dramatically since I moved to Miami. It’s pretty crazy to me […]

Read More Finally getting macarons, macaroons, and meringues straight- Petit Provence (Portland, Gluten-Free)

CLOSED: Gluten-free food so good it makes you feel normal!- Weezie’s Gluten-Free Kitchen (Oakland Park)

Unfortunately, Weezie’s recently announced that the storefront was closing. It’s a major loss… I would be on the lookout to see if she returns with something maybe online or perhaps selling at farmers markets, which is where she first got her start.¬† I for a very very long time had wanted to make a visit […]

Read More CLOSED: Gluten-free food so good it makes you feel normal!- Weezie’s Gluten-Free Kitchen (Oakland Park)

Breakfast of champions = huge portions of delicious hash- Gravy (Portland, N Mississippi Ave, Breakfast)

Last Christmas a friend and I were going to grab breakfast on one of my last days in Portland. We sort of met in the middle at a place called Gravy on Mississippi Ave. I got the corned beef hash (a hash being my favorite breakfast food!) and it was awesome! However I didn’t blog […]

Read More Breakfast of champions = huge portions of delicious hash- Gravy (Portland, N Mississippi Ave, Breakfast)