A space to share some of my favorite foods, restaurants, and more!
The Line Hotel in Los Angeles, California is home to famous Chef Roy Choi’s Commissary Kitchen. The poolside greenhouse is drenched with light as lovely greenery cascades around the guests. Offerings from grilled Sea Bass to this decadent but fresh pasta dish create a high class, well balanced menu.
Barista Parlor exudes cool. Their large garage door opens to reveal indoor-outdoor seating for patrons to enjoy the Tennessee glow on a brisk, sunny day. Dark wood and metal accents complement the aroma of freshly roasted beans. The utmost care is taken in crafting each beverage, creating an immersive arabica experience.
Plum Bistro is the brainchild of a lifelong vegan who believes that “what is good for the individual is good for the planet, and that is nowhere more evident than in the diet we choose.” In the heart of eccentric Capitol Hill, the exposed brick, seasonally open garage doors, and live plant decor create a bright and airy feel. Carnivores and vegans alike enjoy the rotating menu of delicacies based on sustainable local foods.
A modern day speakeasy at it’s finest, Bible Club is tucked away on a side street in a typical looking house. Only a green light in the window above the door distinguishes it as something more. Once inside, you are transported to the 1920’s, complete with prohibition era propaganda posters and gold plated ceilings. The small lounge speaks to the exclusivity of alcohol consumption of the era. The expert barkeeps craft prohibition inspired cocktails that are comparable to few.
Talarico’s Lounge offers a cozy yet upbeat option for happy hour, dinner, or a late night slice. The dim lighting and dark decor create a lounge feel while the buzz of sports games on the many screens distinguish it as more than just a sit down restaurant. With options from upscale pasta and salmon dishes to affordable 14” slices, Talarico’s appeals to the masses.
This cozy mountain lodge is a common stop for adventurers returning to Seattle after a day in the Cascades. Two fireplaces and seasonal beverages to warm patrons are accompanied by classics from burgers and sandwiches to steaks and soups. A handful of vegetarian options are a testament to the masses of Seattilites who pass through each weekend.