Category Archives: New York

New York Made Affordable During the Holidays

New York Made Affordable During the Holidays

The holidays in New York sounds charming doesn’t it? But when you begin your search for affordable accommodations it begins to look like it’ll stay a dream. Rates soar, hotels and restaurants are booked out leaving you to either give up or pay through higher prices. HotelBookers.com has asked me to share their Manhattan properties… Continue Reading

Top 5 Travel Experiences at 25

Top 5 Travel Experiences at 25

Today is my birthday and unfortunately I am recovering from a cold so no champagne until tomorrow. However, I still feel the need to celebrate somehow so I figured I’d do a roundup of the most prolific travel experiences I had while I was 25. It was a great year where I graduated university, participated… Continue Reading

The Mind of a Chef – David Chang

The Mind of a Chef – David Chang

David Chang. His name will inspire either excitement or a cocked eye brow from foodies and most New Yorkers. He’s a chef of his famed New York (and now one Toronto location) Momofuku establishments such as Momofuku Ssäm Bar, Momofuku Milk Bar, Momofuku Noodle Bar , Momofuku Ko (it’s as fun to write as it is… Continue Reading

Tenement Museum Food Tour, New York

Tenement Museum Food Tour, New York

As a Canadian, Thanksgiving is October 8th and as a family, like many North American families on Thanksgiving, we gather to share stories and of course eat. I look around the table with my grandparents, parents, my and my sister’s boyfriend and I notice that none of us identify as solely Canadian. My dad descended… Continue Reading

30 Rockefeller Center Murals: Josep Maria Sert

30 Rockefeller Center Murals: Josep Maria Sert

One of the reasons I love to travel is because it provides inspiration and moments of awe like the moment I entered the lobby of 30 Rockefeller Center, GE Building. I wanted to visit this monumental building to pay homage to Saturday Night Live, a source of comedy and writing inspiration since I was 8… Continue Reading

Searching for Classic New York Pizza

Searching for Classic New York Pizza

You can’t eat a Per Se every night in New York and you wouldn’t want to either with dinner service being three and a half hours and the price…my god the bill! But that’s the beauty of New York, along with the very high end dinning experiences are the equally as filling street food. It… Continue Reading

Per Se: A Foodie’s Costly Pilgrimage

Per Se: A Foodie’s Costly Pilgrimage

It wasn’t the first time I had eaten at a Thomas Keller restaurant. In fact, this time last year I had found solace in the form of his Bouchon’s restaurant at the Venetian in Las Vegas after an underwhelming experience at Picasso’s (at Bellagio by Julian Serrano). Not only was it a delicious dinner but… Continue Reading

Olive Oil Tasting: Eataly Part 2

Olive Oil Tasting: Eataly Part 2

“We Sell What We Cook & We Cook What We Sell” The Tom Ford of Olive Oil Behind Eataly’s endless cornucopia of pasta, pizza, fresh produce (with a vegetable butcher), meats of all cuts, cheeses of all ages, wine for all budgets and palates, and the Birreria – an entire rooftop dedicated to various types… Continue Reading

An Italian Theme Park for Foodies: Eataly

An Italian Theme Park for Foodies: Eataly

 50,000 square feet of cheese, cured meats, seafood, pizza, pasta, bread, wine, cooking utensils, books, olive oils, face care and the list goes on at Eataly on 5th Ave, Manhattan. When you first enter the massive building it is an overwhelming experience trying to decide where you should go and what you should try first.… Continue Reading

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A combination of her first trip abroad to Italy and living in the heart of Canada’s second largest wine region inspired her to live the Wanderfull life. When she can’t get away she tours her home of the Okanagan wine valley in British Columbia for food and wine. Wander full with her whether it’s on a VIP tour of the Louvre in Paris or hiking a vineyard trail in Kelowna.

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