Not too long ago AA announced that they were upgrading the first class on their aging fleet of 757’s. This was clearly a measure to extend the life of the planes. The narrow body long haul plane allows American to fly the 757 on fairly thin routes directly. Thankfully the fuel economy of the 787... Continue Reading →
Sushi Yasuda is a restaurant that has been on my radar for over a year now. High end sushi restaurants are my favorite for high end solo dinning. Sitting at the sushi bar conversing with the sushi chef makes the dining experience better. And Sushi is also a quick dinner making ideal for solo evenings,... Continue Reading →
My flight from Denver to Phoenix departed before 6am so I decided to stay at the new Westin hotel at Denver International Airport. The best part about this hotel is that it is 40 yards from the security checkpoint. This is by far my favorite airport hotel. While not the nicest Westin hotel, it has... Continue Reading →
The restaurant I’m currently working at in Colorado is closing for a few days after the ski season. So I decided to go to FL. The route I ultimately settled on may not seem intuitive at first but it made perfect sense to me. First let me say that for domestic flights I almost exclusively... Continue Reading →
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.