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Lena

You know those places that are more notable and praiseworthy than most of the joints you visit – more inspiring and more blogworthy- but why is it that those places that you frequent, you forget to talk, write, or say… blog about? I think it’s … Continue reading

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Whisk [miami]

Miami Chic and Southern Charm. Oxymoron? So you once thought. If there is anyone who can blend whisk these two concepts together to create a genius and simply delicious eating experience, it’s Miami’s “Whisk.” There’s much to love about Whisk. Fresh, … Continue reading

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Stumptown Coffee Roasters

I had Stumptown coffee twice today. How lucky am I? I had two meetings, both of which were serendipitously scheduled at the Ace Hotel for their delicious in-house Stumptown coffee beans, my favorite. Here’s another plug for Morris Kitchens’ Ginger Syrup on sale … Continue reading

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Sprinkles [los angeles]

Just as predicted in my previous post, frequent visits to the home of sprinkles are mine. (I love it when I’m right) I visited Sprinkles last week with my good new-yorker-turned-los-angelino friend Carol and her sweet baby Noemie. I turned her … Continue reading

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The Drake Hotel [toronto]

A quick work trip landed me in Toronto. This time we are streaming from the Drake Hotel’s acclaimed cafe that serves award-winning breakfasts for champs. I ordered the egg white scramble with avocado and tomato and it was exceptional. I couldn’t think … Continue reading

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Huckleberry [los angeles]

I think I have found my new favorite restaurant… anywhere. Danny and I rode our bikes to Huckleberry today since it’s just a short ride from his apartment. Huckleberry is an urban farmhouse that offers a seasonal menu of artisanal house … Continue reading

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Red Rooster

So I know I promised sprinkles coverage as my next post but the truth is…. I didn’t make it to sprinkles when I was in LA last (I’m a horrible blogger, I know). The truth is there were some unexpected activities with a … Continue reading

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