The Best Travel Cards

Although I promised myself this wouldn’t be a credit card blog I’m allowing myself this one post to discuss the credit cards I currently have and why they make sense to me. Because after all, they are an integral part of how I am able to travel as much as I do. Let me begin... Continue Reading →

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Travel and dinning have always been priorities of mine. Nearly as much as I love creating dishes in the kitchen, I love to eat the creations of other chefs. I love all spectrums of good food. From a 3 Michelin starred, World Top 50 restaurant to a taco stand in Mexico City. Travel and dinning go hand in hand and I have always traveled to eat. There are few things that I enjoy more than exploring different food cultures.

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Restaurant Review: Mugaritz

With 2 Michelin Stars and clocking in at number 9 on Pellegrino's World Top 50 list I had really high expectations. Spoiler Alert: It didn't meet expectations. (Not by a long shot)

Restaurant Review: The Ledbury

For our second (of 3) dinners in London I choose The Ledbury. There are two 3 Michelin Starred restaurants in London the first is Restaurant Gordon Ramsey, which we had just dined at, and the second is Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester. I choose not to dine at Alain Ducasse's restaurant because I already have... Continue Reading →

Restaurant Review: Restaurant Gordon Ramsey

I was intrigued to see how good a restaurant like this could be. I've always wondered how involved someone like Gordon Ramsey is with this, or any of his restaurants. And oddly enough I found good value in one of London's most expensive restaurants.

Restaurant Review: L’Arpège

L’Arpège is one of those restaurants that people travel the world to dine at. L’Arpège is famous for transitioning from a classic sauce and meat heavy restaurant into a 100% vegetarian restaurant around 20 years ago without losing their coveted 3 Michelin stars. Alain Passard has reintroduced meat back into the menu although it remains... Continue Reading →

Restaurant Review: Le Pavillon Ledoyen

Ledoyen is one of Paris's oldest restaurants. It has been called that since 1814 but existed even before that as an inn. Located on Champs-Élysées close to Place de la Concorde it has been a staple of Paris for ever (away from the shopping mega stores). This restaurant predates the gentrification of Avenue des Champs-Élysées... Continue Reading →

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