Adventures · Iceland · Restaurants · Review · Travel

Adventures in Iceland: Part V

Our final day in Iceland before heading back on the evening flight to New York was spent exploring Reykjavik. I wish I had more time to explore this capital city, but we managed to do a lot in just one day. There are many different street art murals and touristy gift shops lining the streets.… Continue reading Adventures in Iceland: Part V

Adventures · New York · Restaurants · Review

Restaurant Review: Manhatta

Located on the 60th floor of a Financial District building is one of Danny Meyer’s newest restaurants. Manhatta offers a three-course prix-fix hospitality-included menu with stunning panorama views of the city. The meal started with a quick vegetable amuse bouche along with bread for the table. For my first course, I had the foie gras.… Continue reading Restaurant Review: Manhatta

Iceland · Restaurants · Travel

Adventures in Iceland: Part IV

After our first night in the capital city of Reykjavik, our next road adventure was the Golden Circle Day trip. These are some of the most famous sights in Iceland given their nearby location, ease of accessibility, and historic significance. Heading out of the city, there was snow on ground even in early October. The… Continue reading Adventures in Iceland: Part IV

Adventures · New York · Restaurants · Review

Restaurant Review: Po’Mi

One of the great things about living in Brooklyn is all of the new, exciting restaurants that open. A few weeks ago, I went to try Po’Mi, a new sandwich shop in Bed-Stuy. They have two distinct sandwich menus, “Po’ Style” (Po Boys) and “Mi Style” (Bahn Mi)…hence the name Po’Mi! I recommend going with… Continue reading Restaurant Review: Po’Mi

Adventures · New York · Restaurants · Review

Restaurant Review: Peter Luger, Brooklyn

Established in 1887, Peter Luger Steak House is a New York institution. Cash only, no reservations online, Peter Luger is the epitome of old-school Brooklyn. Their NYC location is right by the Williamsburg Bridge, which used to be a trek for Manhattanites but now a popular tourist destination. It isn’t easy to get a reservation… Continue reading Restaurant Review: Peter Luger, Brooklyn

Adventures · Charleston · Restaurants · Review · Travel

Charleston: Summer 2018

Although summer might not be the best time to visit Charleston in terms of the weather, there is always plenty to see and do in the sunshine. During my last summer visit, I took a carriage ride with former prosecutor Jared Mogil. Our route took us along the battery and throughout Charleston’s historic downtown district. One… Continue reading Charleston: Summer 2018