Posts in Travel
Marsden Grotto: An old British “cave bar” created by dynamite

A legend was born in 1782, Jack Bates (later known as Jack the Blaster) used dynamite to blast a large cave into the side of a coastal cliff in Marsden Bay, England, creating a location for smugglers and pirates to hide their contraband. Nowadays it's a cool cave bar & restaurant.

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Three centuries of history and hospitality: Concord’s Colonial Inn in Concord, MA

There's a lot going on here: great food, revolutionary past, Jackie Kennedy and haunted rooms that have been featured on Syfy Channel's 'Ghost Hunters'. Welcome to the historic Concord's Colonial Inn - step inside.

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Drag Queens & Broadway & Brunch – Oh my! Hamburger Mary’s in Orlando has raised the bar (and bra) on Sunday brunch.

Check out the crazy brunch show that USA Today, NewNowNext.com and other outlets have named one of the Top 10 brunch destinations in the USA.

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Balthazar NY: Neighborhood Classic Still Going Strong

Two decades later and Balthazar Soho Restaurant is still heaving with happy diners.

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Seattle's Top Pot Doughnuts and Coffee: Homegrown, homemade and downright homey

Top Pot is literally a top spot for your Seattle doughnut and coffee fix. 

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Rosie’s Bar & Grill in Ft. Lauderdale: “Not just a restaurant … it's an experience.”

Psst! Want to know where to get deep-dish Southern Style pecan pie bread pudding version of French Toast, washed down with an Agave Maria tequila drink and a whole lotta fun? Michael Mackie shows you where.

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Lady M Cake Boutiques: Taking over the globe one killer Crêpe cake and perfected pastry at a time

Media expert and American television journalist Laurie Dhue takes Michael Mackie to her favorite place in New York City, the famous cake boutique in the Upper East Side: Lady M

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The Best Burgers in Sydney City – Tim’s Tour

Tim Welsh the US expat burger enthusiast, takes a tour through Sydney's best hamburger places and finds 5 great places for you.

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