Founding Farmers DC

Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to show some good friends one of my favorite DC restaurants, Founding Farmers.  My dear friend Amy, who was one of my supervisors during my on-campus job in the community service office at Dickinson, was in town with her daughter, Meg, who was interviewing for grad school.  Amy…

El Canelo – Shenango Township

Have I mentioned yet that I really love tacos?  I really, really do.  I could eat just tacos for the rest of my life and be happy.  I have always loved tacos.  I did not, however, always have an accurate understanding of Mexican food. Growing up in a very white area of Pennsylvania, it was…

Shiloh Grill – Mt. Washington

I am not going to lie; I am still incredibly confused over this next restaurant.  It’s called Shiloh Grill, but when you pull up the website, it is called Harris Grill.  There are three locations listed, one of which is the location on Mt. Washington we visited.  I am just not sure what is up…

Stuff’d Pierogi Bar – Downtown Pittsburgh

Saturday had been a long day in Pittsburgh for us, and Sunday was gearing up to be just as busy.  This is the good kind of busy though, since we were soaking in the sun and exploring the city. After getting coffee in Lawrenceville, we drove to the strip to park our cars.  The Strip…

Twelve Whiskey BBQ – South Side

After a day of exploring Pittsburg together, we had nine hungry friends looking for a place to grab dinner.  We had walked down to Point State Park to get a good view of the rivers.  Point State Park is the tip of the “Golden Triange” and is where the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers meet to…

Buena Vida – Silver Spring

Let’s talk about tacos. I love tacos!  Tacos are the light of life.  I’d lose my mind if I couldn’t eat tacos.  Tacos heal the soul.  I honestly can’t comprehend the fact that there are people who don’t like tacos. It makes me sad that they don’t experience the euphoria of chowing down on a…