Ford’s Lobster – Noank, Connecticut🍽

A Journey to a Lobster Roll oasis ?? Perhaps… Gabby says… Departure time: 1030am, with an eta of 2.15hr, according to our car’s sat-nav. Our actual arrival time ended up being 1pm. First order of business get yourselves in the text queue to score a table… First come first serve basis only here, folks – […]

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La Lanterna Italian Restaurant – Yonkers, NY 🍽

   By Gabby… A Very Nice, Very Local Place. Located right next to the Saw Mill river Parkway and literally only 10 minutes from where we live – this is one of those places you pass everyday on your travels in and around home but you never visit based on assumptions like; ‘If it’s this […]

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Coco & Cru – Bleecker St./Broadway, NYC🍽

The humans planned to dine at a particular spot which wasn’t open when they arrived. Could be because their day started at 6:30am with an early walk. They were just too early for lunch at 9am! This area of Manhattan wasn’t familiar dining territory for them so they luckily happened upon this gem of a diner in […]

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KARENDERYA RESTAURANT – NYACK, NY 🍽

This was one of those serendipitous discoveries that you just don’t get enough of in life. We were on a weekend getaway in Nyack, NY, and whilst out walking around – taking in the ambiance, like – we found ourselves inhaling some rather glorious food aromas from a little corner restaurant on Main Street – […]

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Memories of Grapevine, Texas by GABBY

Let me start by saying Texas is very flat. I had no idea! While I don’t actually come from the great back-hills of NYC, this place made the Bronx feel like high mountain country! I also found out that the air/ environment is quite dry…so don’t let TSA take your skin care products — keep […]

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2018 Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest🍷🍽

Saturday, Sept. 8th, we went (for our third time) to this upstate NY event. This year, unlike our previous visits, we went with a more methodical approach to the venture. 1. We would be VERY selective with regards to any & all purchases made 2. We would take empty backpacks for our purchases, to negate […]

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