Grapefruit Sculpin, Ballast Point Brewing, is derived from Sculpin, from the same brewery. Apparently those two beers taste very similar, but I find Grapefruit Sculpin more unique and characteristic. It has a slight grapefruit flavor, but not too much at all. The accent is exquisite. That is what I like about this Continue reading
Long Island is an AVA (American Viticultural Area) in NY state. It’s been only about forty years since they started producing wine, but there are a lot of unique and remarkable wineries over there.
Wolffer Estate Vineyard, one of the most-known wineries in the area, offers a casual but restaurant-like wine tasting experience to visitors. When you think of a common tasting at a winery, it is probably like Continue reading
The Plaza Hotel – one of the most luxury hotels in New York – has a gourmet food court downstairs. It’s called “The Todd English Food Hall” and is produced by famous chef, Todd English. Various genres of Continue reading
If you think of specialty food in Boston, the king and queen are probably lobster and New England style clam chowder. However, there are not many restaurants to serve both of them in good quality, Continue reading
In New Jersey, if you would like to enjoy a good stake in a casual atmosphere and at a casual price, Arthur’s Tavern is the place to go. They are located in Morris Plains and Hoboken. In both locations, they have a cute, diner-ish atmosphere with red and white checked tablecloths.
First of all, what you shouldn’t miss as starters are the Bowl of Chili and Arthur’s Garlic Bread. Those Continue reading
One of the biggest beer brands in Massachusetts (MA) is Harpoon, located in Boston. If you take the Silver line (SL2) from South Station and get off at Harbor St., the factory is right there. The place always seems busy and since they don’t take reservations, people are waiting in line outside to get into the building, which Continue reading