Some of my fellow Food Bloggers and I were able to try EB Elliot’s on The Nautical Mile in Freeport. This was my first time here and I had heard that EB Elliot’s has a new Chef, so I was excited to give this restaurant a try! Chef Casey Kennedy has created a whole new menu for EB Elliot’s that’s very impressive and is a must try. Keep reading to see the pictures and my review of our tasting at EB Elliot’s!
This year has been such a big traveling year for me and I love sharing it with you guys! It just so happens that I needed to go to San Diego twice this year and I’m so happy I did! I was so blown away by the food, atmosphere and the gorgeous weather. Even though we were in San Diego for business we found time to enjoy the hotel, the views and of course the food.
Brandi Covington started Tainted Treats June 1st 2017. Based out of Queens, Brandi offers up mini cupcakes infused with alcohol. The mini cupcakes can be infused with Patron, Corona or Rum, these tasty treats are perfect for your next party!
Kabobshak opened on April 22nd 2016. Since opening on Earth Day Kabobshak is loved by Restaurant Hunters, Long Island Pulse, Yelp and other Long Island food bloggers, so I knew I had to check this place out.
For the last two summers my boyfriend Rich has taken me to Montauk for my birthday. It’s such a great chance to indulge in amazing food while enjoying incredible views. Montauk is known for the beaches and the hot sun, but we spent the entire time checking out our favorite food spots. I have some exciting news to share as well
“Not your average sports bar” is the tagline for The Rust and Gold, and it really is the best way to describe this bar! The atmosphere is very relaxed with sports memorabilia and games for diners to play games like foosball and shuffleboard. My favorite part is that
Have you ever wondered what it looks like when a group of food bloggers work together? It looks a little something like this picture above. I met up with 9 other Long Island Food Bloggers at Verde Kitchen and Cocktails for a tasting of their impressive menu.
I had to decide where to go for my birthday dinner. It had to be special, something everyone would love and needed a lot of variety, that’s why Tullulah’s came to mind. Tullulah’s menu changes with the season and focuses on local seasonal items, that’s something I’ve always had respect for.
Do you ever want to go out with friends and family and not feel bad about what you’re eating but not sacrifice amazing flavor either? Then it’s time to check out Tula Kitchen in Bayshore! The meals they are serving up are health conscious and delicious.