Are you familiar with UpTake’s Getaway Crew? The Getaway Crew resides on Facebook and provides an insider’s view of the cities they cover. The Los Angeles Getaway Crew took the time to share where you can dine in style with an ocean view and buy a hoodie at the same time. Read all about it below – and be sure to check them out directly for more great insight about Los Angeles…
You’re probably wondering, “What person in their right mind would recommend a food court as a place to go eat?” Then again you’re probably thinking about the food court at your local mall, the one that specializes in lukewarm food served on plastic trays that sits between Hot Topic and that luggage store you’ve never seen anyone go into. The one where you always order a taco plate, or a pretzel with that weird dipping sauce. (Is that just mayonnaise mixed with ketchup? I’m always afraid to ask.) Read More »
I’ve been going to Helvetia Tavern for years. We went when it was just a bar and our family knew the wait staff and cook, Dale, who drove a 69 Mustang. We went before they had the outdoor tables in the back overlooking farmland and trees. We went even before they changed that old stockroom, which was full of junk, into a family dining area. Today Helvetia Tavern is more than a tavern, though it is still the local watering hole for many folks living in this rural part of Hillsboro. There’s pool, sports on the TV and beer on tap.
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Moon Time in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho is a local favorite
Moon Time Restaurant a Local Favorite
When I checked into The Coeur d’Alene Resort I asked several locals “where’s the best lunch spot? Repeatedly, MoonTime came to mind. From The Coeur d’Alene Resort, Moon Time is about a sixteen block walk. The walk afforded me a pleasant introduction to downtown Coeur d’Alene where I crossed paths with Mudgy The Moose.
Coeur d’Alene children’s book author Susan Nipp, in conjunction with the city’s parks department and the help of sculptor Terry Lee, has created a family-friendly walk from the base of Tubbs Hill (adjacent to The Resort), through downtown Coeur d’Alene. Read More »
Sisters' Place: the executive hangout
I will forever remember Sisters’ Place as the restaurant where I lost my credit card holder, and they found it a month later when they took the benches apart for a monthly cleaning routine.
I’m sure they would prefer I recall them fondly for their beef Manhattans or their homemade desserts.
But whatever the reason – my credit card or their food — they earned another $25 in the cash register at lunch, so I’m sure they won’t truly care when running their totals tonight.
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