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Review: Milo’s Best Cellars

Review: Milo’s Best Cellars
Las Vegas has become a wine destination, attracting a quarter of the master sommeliers in the country. Not many of them are women, however. Cameron Sisk, who creates the wine program for Milo’s, became the eighth female out of 90 master sommeliers in the world. Far from stuffy, the unpretentious sidewalk café has become the place to meet and greet friends in Boulder City while sipping on wine from around the world. Cheese plates, sandwiches and creative salads (almost all under $10) round out...
November 4th, 2009 | Lynn Goya | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: 50+, all ages, dog-friendly Vegas, food and wine, outdoor dining, Top Five, vegas, wine

Mushroom Festival Near Treviso: Get Your Funk-us On!

31 Years of celebrating the mushroom. Is it possible? Yes, and you’ll be able to take your turn celebrating this wonderful fungus if you venture over to the small town of Nervesa della Battaglia near Treviso, Italy from the 25th to the 29th of September. If you’re thinking that this is some “throwback to Woodstock” celebration where you’ll find some “shrooms” or “magic toad stools” then you’re seriously mistaken. However, the culinary skills...
September 21st, 2009 | The Venice Guide | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Attractions, budget dining, Events, Family Friendly, Mushrooms, outdoor dining, Outdoors & Recreation, Restaurants & Bars, Sagra, tradition, Venice Tradition

Forget Restaurants, Try Food Truck Dining

Mobile food vendors are the latest, hippest, dining experience to hit L.A., grazing haven for foodies. The city that even invented the word (as far as I know) “foodie.” If it’s popular in L.A., then the word will spread internationally via social networks and private jets. Don’t even think the dreaded “roach coach!” Mobile food vendors are more like moveable feasts. They can pop up anywhere–eat Korean in Santa Monica, Thai in Little Armenia, barbecue in Hollywood,...
August 15th, 2009 | M. L. Johnson | Read More | Comments: 1
Filed under: Food & Beverage, food trucks, outdoor dining, Restaurants & Bars

Great Food for Great Dads

... Sapphire. Menu choices include Peruvian walnut chicken, tempura onion rings, and other international tidbits that incorporate fresh produce. outdoor dining and an adjacent pantry with take-home delicacies. 1200 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach 92651(map) (949) 715-9888 Related places: A The Hall at Palihouse Holloway View Details and Book ...
June 20th, 2009 | M. L. Johnson | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: barbecue, beach, brunch, Events, father's day, jazz, outdoor dining, Restaurants & Bars

Surf City’s Shorebreak Hotel

... Beach, where pooches can roam free. Adjacent to the hotel is Zimzala restaurant with Mediterranean coastal cuisine, signature cocktails, indoor and outdoor dining, and a lounge with bar menu. Photo credit: Shorebreak Hotel Hotel highlights: Fitness facilities that include a yoga studio 24-hour business center with laptop stations Underground secure valet parking Private courtyard deck with multiple fire pits Hotel-wide wireless Internet access Complimentary gourmet coffee and tea Guestrooms...
June 13th, 2009 | M. L. Johnson | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: beach, dogs, Hotels & Places to Stay, outdoor dining, Restaurants & Bars, shops, surfing

Island Hotel Has Completed Renovation

... with all the bells and whistles. The nature-inspired, urban oasis, Palm Terrace Restaurant & Lounge offering a tropical theme, indoor and outdoor dining, a bar menu, and live entertainment. The dinner menu features small plates such as Sea Scallops “Seared with Fingerling Potatoes, Crème Fraiche and Crispy Prosiutto” and Tortilla Soup “with Dungeness Crab, Lime and Cilantro.” Among the large plates are Maine Lobster “Butter Poaches with Ricotta Gnocchi, Sugar...
June 3rd, 2009 | M. L. Johnson | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: beach, fitness, Food & Beverage, golf, Hotels & Places to Stay, News, outdoor dining, resort, Restaurants & Bars, spa, swimming