Oysters, Sushi, Vegan Ice Cream, and Unicorn Droppings

It was a day filled with plenty of Seattle eats. Earlier that morning, we wandered Pike Place Market and then it was time to head back out for more food. My sister had a vegan dinner lined up for later. I decided to go to The Walrus and the Carpenter for a bit because I…

Pike Place Market and Ivar’s Fish Bar

It was our second day in Seattle and the weather was gorgeous! We walked along the pier towards the market. You can’t visit Seattle without checking out Pike Place Market. Established in 1907, Seattle’s original farmer’s market was a way to connect producers directly with the public. It’s a a popular spot for tourists and…

The Omakase at Tojo’s Restaurant

For my final night in Vancouver I wanted a nice sushi dinner with one of the most famous chefs in town, so I made a reservation at Tojo’s Restaurant. The internationally recognized restaurant serves unique and modern dishes using the finest seasonal and local ingredients around the Pacific Northwest. I requested a seat at the…

Vancouver Eats: Ramen Danbo and Go Fish

It was our last full day in Vancouver and we were still intrigued by all the Japanese food offerings. We decided to check out Ramen Danbo for an an early lunch…or late breakfast. The Robson Street location was one of the chain’s first restaurants outside of Japan. Their menu is based around traditional Tonkotsu ramen…

Fanny Bay Oyster Bar and Saku

After a wonderful Vancouver Delights Tour, it was time to stop by Fanny Bay Oyster Bar & Shellfish Market for lunch. It was located on the same block of our hotel. I just missed their Happy Hour which is offered daily from 3pm to 6pm. You’ll find the freshest shellfish at their flagship location in…

Beach Day: La Libertad

After six days in the operating room, we spent a couple days in El Salvador’s capital, San Salvador. The morning started out with a breakfast buffet, then some time to relax by the pool and enjoy fabulous sangrias. We concluded the ASAPROSAR Visual Health Campaign with a small banquet dinner later that night. The following…

Hominy Grill, The Charleston Museum, and 167 Raw

I just found out that the award-winning downtown Charleston restaurant, Hominy Grill, had their final day of service yesterday on April 28th. I’m glad I had a chance to dine at the iconic Lowcountry eatery before it closed its doors after a stellar 24-year run. Chef Robert Stehling, who earned a James Beard Award for…

Fishman Lobster Clubhouse and Sushi Kaji

After a beer-filled late night, I was off to a later start for my second day in Toronto. It was Saturday and by the time I was fully functioning, I was more than ready for a hearty lunch. I decided to take an Uber to Scarborough to check out the Fishman Lobster Clubhouse. The cash-only…