So my photo from a few weeks back made the front page of The Poly Post. I was pretty excited!
Well hello, its been awhile since I've written from the heart, I suppose its time. Hard to believe it is already the end of February. This year, as most do, is just flying and it's a rather big year for me. On January 7, 2013 I started my last quarter of college at Cal Poly … Continue reading Start of my career… that’s weird.
So far this blog has consisted of eateries in and around Southern California; however, next week I will be making my annual vacation to Chicago and I am excited to have an outlet more than Twitter and Instagram to tell of all the good eats there. This will be the third year that my boyfriend … Continue reading Chicago: Vacation Eats
I always like to start with clarity. I am NOT talking about Pizza Port inside of Disneyland, so please disregard your initial thoughts of cardboard covered in greasy cheese and keep reading. The real Pizza Port is of the finest quality of pizza, not at all reflecting the overpriced junk located inside the happiest place … Continue reading San Clemente: Pizza Port
This weekend I had the chance to head down to Temecula with some ladies from work to have a nice Sunday afternoon of wine tasting. I've been able to peruse about the many wineries in Temecula a handful of times in the past few years and I've never been disappointed with our local southern California … Continue reading Temecula: Wiens Family Cellars
Roscoe's Famous Deli has recently been added as a favorite in my list of mouth watering local spots. To set the scene, so you don't let the word deli throw you off, this is far more than a sandwich shop. Roscoe's is both a deli and a bar. It has two great locations. One is … Continue reading Roscoe’s Famous Deli
I've been craving a sour beer lately, so I think I'll definitely have to make a trip to the Bruery in Orange Circle soon! You should check it out. They've got a wide selection of craft beers. I learned a couple of years ago about sour beers, and I absolutely fell in love. If you've … Continue reading Orange: The Bruery
I moved to California from Florida when I was eight years old and at that point in time I believed that Taco Bell was the definition of Mexican food. Thankfully, growing up in southern California has taught me otherwise. I've learned to develop an obsession for Mexican food, and I find I cannot go more … Continue reading Corona: Eduardo’s authentic mexican food.
A morning cup of Joe is not something I take lightly. Of course, I have my usual order ready for the baristas at Starbucks if I happen to walk through the doors of convenience. However, nothing brings me greater joy than finding an off the chain coffee shop. Dripp at the Shops in Chino Hills is just … Continue reading Chino Hills: Dripp Coffee
This past week I ventured out to one of my favorite burger restaurants in Southern California, Slater's 50/50 in Anaheim Hills. If you’re not familiar with Slater’s, let me explain what all the rave is about, their 50/50 burger. Half bacon, half beef. Need I say more? I think it’s obvious that Americans have an … Continue reading Anaheim: Slater’s 50/50 burgers by design