Posts Tagged ‘dining’

Lost in Canada: Sisters Take Quebec City

Lost in Canada: Sisters Take Quebec City
By Noella Schink Special to Lost Girls World My sister and I are renowned for two things: our blue eyes and our healthy appetites. We’ve been partaking in the charms of Quebec City for seven years now, and have never been able to exhaust the list of great bistros, pubs, crêperies and chocolatiers...
December 17th, 2011 | Canada | Read More

Lost Girls’ Guide to Baltimore: The ‘Charm City’

Lost Girls’ Guide to Baltimore: The ‘Charm City’
By Kristen Putch LG Acquisitions Editor Baltimore is called the ‘Charm City’ for a reason… anyone who visits is easily charmed by the city’s small-town feel wrapped up with big city energy. The city’s reputation has earned it the nickname ‘Smalltimore’ In most...
October 12th, 2011 | Baltimore, City Travel | Read More

China Travel: Cultural Missteps to Avoid

China Travel: Cultural Missteps to Avoid
Lost Girls Deputy Editor Meghann Foye learns to navigate confusing, but fascinating social customs on her recent trip to China. I’d read my Lonely Planet China diligently, poured through Ann Mah’s excellent book Kitchen Chinese and Lisa See’s best-selling Shanghai Girls, and badgered...
September 17th, 2010 | China, Travel Philosophy | Read More

LG Food News: 9.4.10

LG Food News: 9.4.10
By Danielle E. Alvarez LG Food Editor A roundup of the most delicious news in the world ***** Feast this Labor Day Farmer’s Market season may be coming to an end, but the exotic excitement is just beginning. This upcoming Labor Day, (September 6,  from 12pm – 5pm),  Flushing, Queens will...
September 4th, 2010 | Food News, New York City, United States | Read More

3 Best Restaurants in Boston’s Little Italy- The North End

3 Best Restaurants in Boston’s Little Italy- The North End
by Adrienne Supino When it comes to food, some people eat to live, while others live to eat. Like most of the Italian American population, I am a “live to eat” kind of girl–the type who wells up at the sight of a crispy calzone or gets irrationally excited at the prospect of having her grandmother’s...
August 12th, 2010 | Food & Wine, United States | Read More

LG All-American Food News 7.10.10

LG All-American Food News 7.10.10
A roundup of the most delicious news in the world  United States (belated for the Fourth of July)… Restaurant Week New Yorkers aren’t the only city folk enjoying Restaurants Week. From Sunday, July 11 through Saturday, July 24, more than 90 eateries in Providence, Rhode Island are featuring three-course...
July 10th, 2010 | Food & Wine, Food News, United States | Read More

LG Food News: Premiere Edition!

LG Food News: Premiere Edition!
We’d like to introduce you to a new member of the LG team, our globetrotting LG Food Editor Danielle E. Alvarez. In June of 2008, the multiethnic Lost Girl departed for a year abroad, (one semester in Santiago de Chile, another in Strasbourg, France). While traveling/eating her way through South...
December 11th, 2009 | Europe, Food News, South Africa | Read More

Foodie travel: NYC’s Great Gathering of the Chefs

Foodie travel: NYC’s Great Gathering of the Chefs
by Molly Fergus LG Travel News Editor Anyone who plans vacations around food must consider booking a trip to NYC for the 2010 “Great Gathering of the Chefs,” an annual charity event that easily offers the best bang for your time when it comes to sampling the city’s top eats. I eagerly...
October 29th, 2009 | Extras, New York City | Read More

Peru: Deluxe Dining on a Dime

Peru: Deluxe Dining on a Dime
by Molly Fergus Peru isn’t all guinea pig and alpaca. At least, according to Bon Appétit, Lima is the world’s “next great food city.” On a June trip to Peru and Ecuador, my friend Sarah and I bought into the hype and shoved a 36-hour visit to the Peruvian capital into our hectic...
August 10th, 2009 | City Travel, Peru, Restaurant Reviews | Read More

Lost in Colombia: An Authentic Taste of Cartagena

Lost in Colombia: An Authentic Taste of Cartagena
By Amanda Pressner LG Executive Editor Ask a local in Cartagena to describe the flavors and dishes that make up his city’s cuisine (or better yet, as a head chef in one of the city’s myriad restaurants) you’ll probably be met with some quizzical looks, or as I did, blank stares. Define...
April 14th, 2009 | City Travel, Colombia, Couples Travel, Dispatches from the Road, Food & Wine | Read More