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….

Breakfast at Steel Vintage Bikes Cafe

My first night in Berlin was fairly quiet after partaking in a scrumptious schnitzel meal. The following day was much more eventful with a sightseeing and food tour with a local. But first I had to grab a bite to eat! Just a few blocks away from my Mitte hotel was the Steel Vintage Bikes…

Brunch at Fire Food & Drink

I had a couple more days in Cleveland and it was time to go out for another brunch. I went to The Plum the previous day and decided to go to Fire Food & Drink for their weekend brunch. Located in historic Shaker Square, the modern-style restaurant creates globally inspired dishes using locally sourced ingredients….

Final Day: Al’s Breakfast

It was my last day in Minneapolis and I had plenty of time before I had to make my way to the airport. I couldn’t leave without checking out Al’s Breakfast in the Dinkytown neighborhood of Minneapolis. The tiny diner has been featured on several food shows and draws plenty of locals and tourists with…

Richard Walker’s Pancake House

It was our last day in San Diego and it was almost time to go to the airport, but not before enjoying a tasty breakfast at Richard Walker’s Pancake House. Oh and I had to have one last beer before boarding at the Stone Brewing Co. located in Terminal 2 near Gate 36. Richard Walker’s…

Poffertjes at Studio 2

The following morning I decided to check out Bloemenmarkt, the world’s only floating flower market. The various flower stalls are on houseboats and offer a huge variety of flowers and tulips. After wandering around for a it, it was time for breakfast. I had to try some poffertjes (mini pancakes). Located adjacent to the flower…