Posts Tagged ‘restaurants’

How To Eat In Grenada

They call Grenada the Spice Island of the West: cinnamon, cloves, bay leaves, tumeric, ginger, saffron, allspice and of course the omnipresent spice nutmeg– exports of which from the island now account for nearly thirty percent of the world’s crop. But Grenada’s culinary treats extend...
October 21st, 2011 | Caribbean, Country Guides, Food & Wine, Ideas, Restaurant Reviews | 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

9 London Restaurants for Every Girl’s Budget

9 London Restaurants for Every Girl’s Budget
British food has a bad rap—especially when you compare it to Italian  pizza, French bread, and Spanish tapas. Plus, eating out isn’t cheap, particularly in London, one of the most expensive cities in the world. Fish and chips are a bargain, but they can get old after a while. So, what’s...
May 17th, 2010 | England, Food & Wine, Restaurant Reviews | Read More

8 Ways to Love Dining Solo

8 Ways to Love Dining Solo
by Monica L. Williams Special to Lost Girls World Edited by Danielle E. Alvarez LG Food Editor Food can drive travel. It can lead us to the ends of the earths and back, from the foothills of Mount Entoto in Ethopia for a hands-on dinner served atop a large sourdough flatbread to Little Italy for an authentic...
March 25th, 2010 | Food & Wine, Solo Travel | Read More

Lost in Spain: Favorite Spots in Madrid

Lost in Spain: Favorite Spots in Madrid
By Molly Gallagher LG Travel Correspondent Malasa’a and Bilbao are about 15 minutes away from Sol (the center of the city) in Madrid. For me they had the perfect combination of liveliness as well as relaxation. At any time of the day you can find local Madrilenos shopping, sitting in cafes or eating...
January 27th, 2010 | Dispatches from the Road, Food & Wine, Spain, Studying Abroad, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Sydney Series: Our Final Wrap Up of Fave Moments

Sydney Series: Our Final Wrap Up of Fave Moments
Sydney was our last stop on our round-the-world trip, and we have plenty of amazing memories from living “Down Under.” Now ’til mid-November, we’re going to be recalling our favorite Sydney moments. At the end of each post, you’ll find out how to get the chance to make your...
November 13th, 2009 | Australia, Backpacking & Trekking, Blogging Your Trip, Budget Travel, City Travel, Fitness & Workouts, Food & Wine, Hotels & Resorts, Lost Girls RTW Adventure, Shopping & Style, Tours & Attractions, Websites and Blogs | 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

Live from the Wienermobile: Boycotting the Chains

Live from the Wienermobile: Boycotting the Chains
Here’s the latest on-the-road dispatch from our Wienermobile girls. You can read more about their hot dogging adventures by clicking here Molly and Selena: CBS News reported last week on a trend that we’re noticing all too often as we criss-cross the country: struggling local business. As...
November 17th, 2008 | Dispatches from the Road, Food & Wine, Lost Girls, United States | Read More