Castle Hill Inn – A Historic Hotel and Restaurant in Newport, RI

The Castle Hill Inn in Newport, Rhode Island, has a special place in American History. Most noteworthy, it was once the summer home of marine biologist Alexander Agassiz of Harvard University.  Built in 1874, the sweet, shingled beach “cottage” allowed Agassiz the opportunity to appreciate the beautiful environment above and below the surface. The mansion acted…

Lucile’s Creole Café – Fort Collins, Colorado

When Lucile’s first opened their doors in 1980, Cajun food was a rarity in Boulder, Colorado. Fletcher Richards and his mother Lucile Richards did not let that stop them from carrying out their vision of becoming the premier breakfast and lunch establishment in the area. They purchased a small, yellow, Victorian house, and developed a…

Feeling The Love on Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Love oozes a cozy charm from the moment you enter the whitewashed brick walls of the dining room.  Vibrant paintings decorate the 100 seat space where dark wood floors and beamed ceilings add to the comfortable warmth. The restaurant’s casual elegance sets the scene for a truly memorable meal. The Love, which opened in 2017,…

The Paris Cafe, One of New York’s Oldest Pubs

The Paris Café has been a fixture on historic South Street since 1873. Known as one of the oldest pubs in New York City, the restaurant is right across the road from the East River. It has a view of the stately Brooklyn Bridge from the outdoor seating that wraps around the restaurant. South Street,…

Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, Memphis, Tennessee

How does Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken get to call their fried chicken “world famous?” Ordinarily, that would be quite a claim, but the restaurant lives up to the title. With twenty-five locations in eleven states, the chain that originated in Mason, in 1953 has come a long way. Napolean Vanderbilt created a family recipe…

The Cache: A Historic Destination in Fort Collins, Colorado

The Cache resides in a building that has stood in Fort Collins, Colorado since its infancy. For over 100 years, the building on Linden Street known until recently as “The Northern Colorado Feeder Supply,” was an integral part of the daily life in the agricultural and ranching outpost of Fort Collins. It became a fixture…

KO, Modern Korean Cuisine Newtown, Pennsylvania

KO offers a modern dining experience and a fresh take on classic Korean dishes. The sleek and simple interior of the restaurant belies the sophisticated and innovative menu that combines authentic Korean cuisine with Asian -fusion style small plates, fresh sushi, a myriad of gluten-free and vegetarian options and a full-service bar. There are so…

Karczma Polish Restaurant in Brooklyn, New York

Karczma is located in the heart of Greenpoint, , where traditional is easy to find. After all, the neighborhood is primarily populated by long-standing residents of Polish heritage and recent transplants that have moved to the borough to enjoy its clean, tree-lined streets. Greenpoint is an old world mixed with new world city; close to…

Ports Café Along the Shores of Seneca Lake in Geneva, New York

Ports Café began as a small grocery store when owners Jeff Ritter and David Harvey bought the lakeside property in 1990. It was a tiny operation at first, just offering provisions and an eatery that served ice cream and hamburgers to folks coming off the lake looking for a quick bite. By 2007, the pair…