Oozora – Superb Japanese Dining in a Leafy Suburb of Athens

For our second visit to Greece, we decided to stay in the leafy suburb of Kifissia. Within easy reach of the hustle and history of Athens 30 minutes south, Kifissia offered a respite ... Continue Reading →

BevCon Los Angeles – The Business and Flavors in the Spirits World

With an eclectic gathering of attendees and presenters at this year’s BevCon Los Angeles, folks were treated to a tremendous wealth of information. Just about every conceivable aspect ... Continue Reading →

BevCon Los Angeles 2018 – The Gathering of the Movers and Shakers in the Spirits Sector

Judging by the fascinating topics at the upcoming BevCon gathering in Los Angeles, attendees will be shaken not stirred by the stimulating topics to be covered. Folks will gather from ... Continue Reading →

GB Roof Garden Restaurant – Undoubtedly the Best Meal and View Within Range of the Acropolis

The Acropolis has long been the center of life in Athens. Its role as the city’s vibrant hub evolved from a functioning palace of gods and royalty, to its visual epicenter today. ... Continue Reading →

Black Duck Garden – Cheeky Dining and Décor in the Heart of Athens

I have noticed a recent trend of restaurants juxtaposing culinary, design and architecture elements. Others probably commented on this trend earlier, but I first became delighted by ... Continue Reading →

Dinner in the Sky – A Rare View of the Acropolis

You are in Athens, and you are ready for something new in the city that prides itself on its ancient heritage. You come out of the Kerameikos metro stop, and immediately you ​see ... Continue Reading →

What Has Phish Been Up To? Some More Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, New Dates and the Disney Concert Hall For Starters

Phish are like sharks, they need to move…standing still is not an alternative. For 21 years, Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream have worked with Phish, jamming on delicious ice ... Continue Reading →

The Garland Hotel – A Hidden Gem in Hollywood

We had been watching so many other cities launch productions of the musical Hamilton, and finally it was time for Los Angeles. I had been preparing our family for months, and I wanted ... Continue Reading →