Category Archives: Dining

The Difference Between Men and Women – Surly Waiter Edition

What do you do about surly service? I guess it depends on the type of restaurant, the occasion, the company, a whole host of factors. Or does it? Two weekends ago, I met two women at Bread and Chocolate in … Continue reading

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One in Three Tourists Visits Copenhagen For The Food … So What Are The Others Doing?

It’s amazing to think that a small city on the Baltic has a record number of Michelin star restaurants. Is that reason enough to visit Copenhagen? Apparently, the answer is yes. And we’re not the only ones who think this … Continue reading

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DC Restaurant Week Blehs

I remember being excited for Restaurant Week – way back when. But now? It’s my least favorite week of the year. In theory, Restaurant Week is a great chance to try hot new places, go for an upscale lunch or … Continue reading

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Head On Up to Tail Up Goat

Even before the weekend started, I was in an upbeat mood about our two planned dinner events. I had been looking forward to Tail Up Goat. Good reviews and a personal endorsement from a friend who liked food (get the … Continue reading

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Upscale/Downscale SF Dining: A Tale of Three Bowls

There are so many good places to eat in San Francisco that it’s almost overwhelming. Can you even get a bad meal? At any price point? In the course of our longish weekend in the Bay area, our food choices … Continue reading

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