Surprised by the New England feel of Stony Brook, we lingered over museums and parks, soaking in history on our overnight visit to Long Island’s North Shore.
As we explore, we’re always finding surprises in the way of homespun restaurants and unique culinary experiences. We share our favorites here.
It’s not every day that a car guy finds a car-themed restaurant that hits the spot, both for great food and great memories. Discovering Ford’s Garage in Estero tuned us up to tackle a long travel day.
To truly let you unwind, a trip to Mackinac Island needs to be a few days long. Having historic Mission Point Resort as our home base provided us a calm, relaxing stay.
It’s just another day in Paradise for us, except we actually are in Paradise, Michigan, an excellent base camp for visiting Taquamenon Falls and Whitefish Point.
A morning adventure in which we avoid Battlefrog and find Spacefrog instead after a bear-scented walk through a scrub forest on the Florida Trail.
A surprise stop along US 301 in Bamberg, South Carolina leads us to a heaping helping of fine Southern cooking at Rusty and Paula’s.
Stretching the length of downtown Wilmington, North Carolina, the Wilmington Riverwalk ties together interests as diverse as the city itself, from dining to boatbuilding
Lumberjacks in Pigeon Forge? That’s what we found on a visit to the Great Smoky Mountains, learning a bit of history and culture at the Great Smoky Mountain Lumberjack Feud Dinner Show.
In Baraboo, Wisconsin after Chicago, we realized there were more people riding with us on the “el” than I think live in Baraboo, and we quickly found more things to do in Baraboo than time to do them.
Culver’s is a family restaurant best known for Butterburgers and frozen custard. In their home state of Wisconsin, this regional restaurant chain shines.
It’s been nearly a decade since I had a dinner of dal bhat, the Nepali national meal, so tonight’s find of a Nepali restaurant in Madison, Wisconsin was a treat.
For my foodie friends, a lovely eve last night spent in a trendy restaurant district along the river. Our destination Zanzibar, offering “A World of Cuisines.”