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San Diego’s Craft Brew Scene

San Diego’s Craft Brew Scene

I’m gonna be honest, I had no idea that San Diego was the “craft beer capital of America”. If that were a trivia question, I maybe would’ve guessed Portland, or Grand Rapids, or idk, Texas. But San Diego is in fact, the craft beer capital. […]

Staying at The Wick, Hudson NY

Staying at The Wick, Hudson NY

On one presumably ordinary Friday morning, I was commuting into work and suffering the usual 6-train-hell that a commuter endures when taking this subway into Manhattan. I was also pretty hungover (I got drunk with my dad at a Bon Jovi concert the night before. […]

Where to Eat in La Jolla, California

Where to Eat in La Jolla, California

You’ve probably heard of La Jolla in San Diego – it’s one of those areas you just have to check out when you’re there because it’s iconic and a main tourist attraction. The seaside cliffs, the beautiful sunsets, the seals, the cove. But the food […]

Where to Eat in Venice, California

Where to Eat in Venice, California

It’s no secret I love Los Angeles, particularly the Santa Monica and Venice Beach neighborhoods (because I like being as near the beach the possible) but besides the weather and the vibes, the FOOD in L.A. is just so damn good. I literally eat like […]

NYC Bucket List: 15 Things To Check Off This Summer

NYC Bucket List: 15 Things To Check Off This Summer

NYC “bucket lists” are typically filled with the main tourist sites and generic activites – ride in a yellow taxi, walk through Central Park, eat pizza, and a dirty-water dog, go to the museums, etc. etc. etc. But I’ve done all that more times than […]

Weekend Getaway Guide: New Orleans, LA

Weekend Getaway Guide: New Orleans, LA

New Orleans has topped a bunch of the “places to go in 2018” stories, so I’m pretty appreciative for having kicked off my year in this fantastic city, celebrating New Years Eve amongst the crowds on Bourbon Street. It’s common that when you think of […]

Guide To Surviving Bourbon Street In New Orleans

Guide To Surviving Bourbon Street In New Orleans

When I forced encouraged my boyfriend to take a New Year’s Eve getaway with me to New Orleans, there was at least one thing that we both had in mind: Bourbon Street. It’s super symbolic to New Orleans. That thing you think of right away. Like […]

How to Celebrate Christmas in New York City

How to Celebrate Christmas in New York City

I’m not a total Hallmark/holiday junkie, but I’m also no Scrooge. I’m somewhere in the middle, between feeling as excited as a little kid to pick out a real Christmas tree, and stressing about gifts (down to the wire!). Whether you’re on either end of […]