Off to Vancouver: Jam Cafe

It was time to meet up with my sister for our annual sisters trip! Since she decided to go back to school, we planned to go somewhere in March for her Spring Break. Our past couple trips included Thailand and Japan, but this time we stayed a bit “closer” and went to the Pacific Northwest….

Brunch, Andy Warhol, and Heinz Ketchup

It was my second day in Pittsburgh and I wanted to have breakfast and check out a couple museums. The previous night was all about pasta, crudo, and cocktails. Now I was off to Or, The Whale located inside the historic Salvation Army building.   I ended up going through the Distrikt Hotel’s lobby and…

B. Matthew’s Eatery and Leopold’s Ice Cream

My second day in Savannah started off with brunch at B. Matthew’s Eatery. The casual bistro with exposed brick walls serves brunch Saturdays and Sundays in Savannah’s Historic District. I sat at the bar and started my morning with an Apricot Ginger Bellini. I ordered the Bay Street Scramble made with scrambled eggs, mushrooms, bacon,…

Brunch at Tavern

Sunday in Nashville meant it was time for brunch! I looked at a few places serving up yummy-looking brunch dishes and cocktails. I decided to check out Tavern in midtown. The place was busy and it’s walk-ins only, but I had no problem spotting an empty seat towards the end of the bar. One of…

Founding Farmers

If I manage to wake up early enough, I’ll seek a place for a great breakfast. I heard good things about Founding Farmers and decided to go there one morning before catching the train back home. Once I arrived, there were people waiting outside. I made my way through the crowd inside and got in…