Known for its beautiful patio with the relaxing waterfall and its sleek indoor decor (complete with floating fireplace!), Masraff’s on the boulevard always has something enticing. I was an instant fan with their garlic-seared calamari and their pristine white, delicious crab cake.
It’s not too often that one of the most popular tourist restaurants on the River Walk is also one of the most popular restaurants with locals too. Yes, Boudro’s just keeps on delivering! You have got to try their famous tables side guacamole, their Prickly Pear Margarita and the Texas Martini (jalapeño stuffed olives anyone?), but add another item to that list.
Royal Chef Darren McGrady not only worked for the queen for years but also for Princess Di and yes, Princes William and Harry. Watch as he creates a palace favorite—crème brulee or as the royals like to say ‘burnt cream’. Truly a dessert fit for a queen!
Also…details on how you could tour London, Windsor Castle and Paris with the Royal Chef.
Three of New York’s best Italian culinary stars are the genius behind the city’s new giant Italian marketplace called Eataly. Lidia Bastianich, Joe Bastianich and Mario Batali, who all have fabulous resturants in NYC, are now showcasing the best of Italy in this entertaining emporium modeled after their partner Oscar Farinetti’s emporium in Turin, Italy.
Juicy, tender ribs dripping with sauce, perfectly smoked brisket and chicken so flavorful you’d swear it wasn’t chicken! Hundreds of choices and loads of fun at the world’s largest BBQ contest.
Bliss in a box! A friend gave me a box of these delightful ‘Choicolates’ for Christmas, and I finished all two dozen of them… by myself! They are beautiful, delicate works of art not only in appearance but also in taste.
I want to introduce you to the Paesano’s at 1604. Sure, you can get the famous ‘Shrimp Paesano’ there, but you can also get some very special dishes that aren’t on the menu at the other Paesanos.