The Dishcrawl sounds a lot like a speed
dating with restaurants. Over a three-hour period, spend just enough
time to become acquainted with multiple places and enjoy small courses
to get a representation of what they offer.
Yard House is a restaurant chain purchased
last year by Darden Restaurants, the publicly traded corporation that
brought us Olive Garden, Red Lobster and Seasons 52. The chain’s 44th
location overlooks the Roebling Bridge, a baseball toss from the
homegrown and similarly themed Moerlein Lager House.
Certain pastries may come and go in
popularity (we’re looking at you, cupcake), but the donut will outlast
every food trend in the history of the world. No one understands this
more than the Loveland, Ohio-based Holtman’s Donuts.
If passion has a flavor, Jose Navales cooks some damn tasty food. Navales has the fervor that comes with being a convert — someone who has seen the light. He used to work for a restaurant supplier...Now, he’s authentic to the bone.
After a $23 million hotel-wide renovation, the Hyatt Regency introduces their new restaurant, the farm-to-table Red Roost Tavern, which joins top-notch hotel eateries like The Palace, Orchids and Metropole in downtown fine dining. Red Roost’s philosophy is: “Food. Thoughtfully Sourced. Carefully Served.”
SwampWater Grill is located inside the same
sprawling, shanty-like building that houses Riverside Centre Antique
Mall. The restaurant is the brainchild of property owner Chris Ornella
and partner Kirk Prest, who hails from Plaquemines Parish, La., just
south of New Orleans.
Matthew Cranert can’t sit still. He’s got a
million menus in his head and he wants to write them all down. The new
executive chef at Cumin, Cranert also holds the same position at sister
restaurant M, both in Hyde Park. Between running two kitchens, he’s
found his Zen in balancing the high-end dining at Cumin with M’s rustic
At Mexico’s southern tip lie three small
coastal fishing villages: San Agustinillo, La Ventanilla and Mazunte,
whose combined population tops out at just more than a thousand.
Thatched roof huts of dried palm overlook golden sandy beaches,
frolicking sea turtles and stunning ocean views, luring eco-tourists who
seek the last of the world’s pristine, undeveloped lands.