I couldn’t leave London without heading to Chef Mark Hix’s Hix SoHo, which came recommended by Art and Soul Executive Chef Wes Morton. So that’s exactly where… Read more »

As a teenager, I probably watched Julia Roberts’ Notting Hill at least 100 times. (Too bad I’m now older than Anna Scott — and sadly still single.)… Read more »

My first meal in London was at Scalini, an informal Italian restaurant with unique decor, excellent food, and unpretentious service with a touch of charm. The restaurant’s… Read more »

I hate doing laundry, but I do love me some ice cream. In Roatán, Honduras, I could almost be persuaded to head to “West End Laundry” because… Read more »

On our way up the coast to Santa Barbara, CA, my friends and I decided to pull into the small, seaside town of Summerland (population 1,448). We… Read more »

When traveling, one of the things I always ask myself is “where should I eat?” I research both before I head to the destination and once I… Read more »

Shile the United States has a lot to offer, we are the first to admit that we forget our neighbors to the north. It really is unfortunate… Read more »

While on a last minute trip to New York City earlier this month I stayed in Midtown West’s new Viceroy hotel, which opened late last year. Great… Read more »

One of the oldest-running barbeque establishments in South Carolina, Maurice’s is famous for its German-style, mustard-based barbeque sauce, known as Carolina Gold.  This bright yellow, smooth and… Read more »

Shealy’s is the Disneyland of barbeque buffets.  Across an extensive buffet with a hot and cold station plus a network of dining rooms, this place could double… Read more »