Category: Where’s the Really Exceptional Beef
Where’s the Really Exceptional Beef? – Bonnie and Clyde Grill and Sports Bar Hugoton, Kan.
By Betty Jo Gigot Publisher No, documentation cannot be found proving Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker were ever in Hugoton, Kan., but local legend certainly
Landshark Burgers, Amarillo, Texas
By Larry Stalcup Contributing Editor Billed as the “only beachfront restaurant in Amarillo,” Landshark Burgers might stretch its label a bit. But when it serves
NYC’S CIPRIANI DOLCI in Grand Central Terminal
By Larry Stalcup, Contributing Editor “Meet me at the clock” – for an exceptional filet mignon. The clock is the “grand dame” of the
By Lance Geiger, The History Guy, Contributing Editor Named after Bernardo Vicente de Gálvez y Madrid, onetime colonial governor of Spanish Louisiana, the city
The Charcoal House, St. Louis, Mo.
The Charcoal House, St. Louis, Mo. By Betty Jo Gigot, Publisher The promotion for The Charcoal House says, “In an intimate, yet vibrant setting that
McPhee’s Grill, Templeton, California
By Micky Burch, Contributing Editor In an unassuming building on the main street of Templeton, Calif., is a gem of a restaurant, humble enough to
It’s Grilling Time!
By Chris McClure, Contributing Editor THERE ARE SOME who are passionate about cooking on their outdoor grill, smoker or whatever type of cooking device they
Potente … Fine Houston Dining
By Betty Jo Gigot, Publisher Their theme is “Memories are made around the table” and those of us lucky enough to dine at Potente on
Tucker’s Place – St. Louis, Mo.
By Lance Geiger, Contributing Editor Ask anyone on the south end of St. Louis and they’ll tell you that Tucker’s Place is the place for
Opus 9 Steakhouse
Williamsburg, Va. By Carolynn Howk, Contributing Editor While visiting historic Williamsburg, Va., late this summer on a business trip, my boss tasked me with finding