The Metropolitan Coffee House and Fine Art Gallery in North Conway Village, New Hampshire Pros: Location. Friendly atmosphere. Extensive beverage menu has something for everyone. Best coffee east of anywhere. Their Limoncello Custard Cake alone is worth the experience. New management now features luncheon fare. Situated within the best piece of real estate in the village. If
The Park’s Finest BBQ Pros: Unique blend of Filipino home cooking and American BBQ, friendly staff, daily specials, several gluten-free selections Cons: Small menu/limited choices, cornbread biblingka is addictive Guy Fieri might just be my more gregarious twin from another Mother. We are both huge Foodies, could talk cooking and noshing and snacks ad nauseum
New York Grilled Cheese Co Pros: Great sandwiches. Cons: Service can be slow. limited selection. I’d heard about the New York Grilled Cheese co for a while. But hadn’t got around to checking it out until now. I’d always been curious about it so I decided to give it a try. It took a little
Landlubbers Raw Bar And Grill Pros: Reliable, good quality food, good choices. Cons: Crowds (especially on game days), menu items can change unexpectedly. It’s had its ups and downs. But Landlubbers has been a staple of my diet since the mid 1990s. The Plantation Florida Raw Bar And Grill used to be a place where
McDonald’s Pros: Supposedly it’s made from actual food. Cons: According to Dick Cheney. Bigger isn’t always necessarily better. Who sells more records: Sleater-Kinney or Katy Perry? But which one is actually better? You see my point. Likewise, McDonald’s is the biggest fast food restaurant in the business. But is it the best? I think not.
Goody’s Café Pros: Inexpensive, tremendous variety of delicious food Cons: A bit sloppy on the delivery system I wouldn’t call it pretty. It’s definitely not fancy. But it is very good food at a very reasonable price. I’m talking about Goody’s Café, a restaurant with a few locations in Southern California. On a recent trip to Indio,
Old Towne Diner in Orange, California Pros: Friendly, helpful wait staff. Familiar food, fun atmosphere Cons: Bland food This small diner in Orange, California has the aura of an old-fashioned 50s/60s diner with a few modern additions such willingness to substitute chicken, turkey or veggie patties for beef in hamburger sandwiches. They also offer built-your-own omelet and
Rick’s White Light Diner