I will be running in the ING NY Marathon on November 3 (my first full-marathon!, and I would love suggestions on where to go for a celebratory and refueling meal(read: eat lots of delicious food to make up for 4 months of training :)). The catch: I will be traveling with my mother, a gluten-free vegetarian. Any thoughts places with a menu that will cater to her dietary restrictions but still worthy of an epic post-marathon meal? We're staying in mid-town but up for making a bit of a trip for some great good.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
My bf and I will be in town for the Fourth of July weekend and will likely try to check out the fireworks. Does anyone have suggestions for a good place to grab a bite before and a place for drinks afterward? We're pretty adventurous eaters and like to visit places off the beaten path or not typical tourist joints.
Any suggestions for a good place to view the fireworks without having to fight the crowds at Navy Pier, if that's even possible, would be appreciated too!
I see that SE just put up recommendations for food gifts by NYC food artisans and shops. Any recommendations for Chicago food gifts? I'm headed there this weekend and food is my favorite souvenir!!!
I'm bringing my mom to Chicago for a Christmas shopping trip in early December. We're both vegetarians, but she also has celiacs. I'm looking for recommendations for restaurants that have options that are both vegetarian and gluten free. We'll probably be somewhere around magnificant mile, not I'm sure exactly where yet though.
Also, if anyone knows of kitchen/ cooking stores in the area, that would be great to know too!
Thanks in advance for all of your help!
Per a previous post, my BF and I are coming to NYC. Our main activity is to eat A LOT.We have a pretty good list of places to eat, but we need some suggestions on stuff to do when we're too full to eat some more.
The majority of places on our food list are in West Village, East Village, and Brooklyn (a bit scattered, we'll have to refine it to a couple of neighborhoods).
We're in our mid 20's and not really into typical touristy sight seeing. That said, we're up for just about anything else. Any suggestions for some cool stuff to do would be great.
My bf and I are coming to NYC July 19-21 to basically consume as much deliciousness as possible before we waddle onto the plane back to Michigan.
What neighborhoods offer the best access to the best eats? (A hard one to answer, I'm sure.) We're totally up for a food adventure wherever it may take us, but I'd still like someplace where there are several option to grab nearby breakfast in the morning, etc. without having to trek it too far.
I'll be reading up on places to go here on SE, but I also appreciate any suggestions for places we shouldn't miss.
Thanks for your help!
My boyfriend and I are headed down to Fort Lauderdale at the end of March for a few days. We both love trying new cuisine and are looking for some good restaurants to check out while we're in town. What are some suggestions? One note: I'm a vegetarian, but not vegan.
We're also thinking of hopping the train down to Miami for a day. Any suggestions of where to go?
I'm looking to invest in a dutch oven, but I am having trouble deciding on the right size. I'm eyeing a 3.5 qt one, but is that too small?
I'm a vegetarian, so no big roasts going it unless the bf wants to cook something for himself. Planning to mostly use it for breads, stews, veggies, etc.
I appreciate the help!
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