A Visit to the Amish Country

It's no doubt the Amish Country is one of the most unique areas in the country. Located in parts of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana, it's a place like no other. It's a different way of life out there. The Amish is the most conservative segment of the Anabaptist movement. They believe the Bible teaches a... Continue Reading →

Top 3 Lunch Spots in Charleston

1. Queology It's easy to enjoy a chilled beer alongside a plate of smoked ribs, pork, or wings seated on Queology’s outdoor patio overlooking the Historic Charleston City Market. Cooking up barbecue since 2001, Queology uses a signature flavor of savory, sweet, and smokey and offers three world famous sauces. 2. Dixie Supply and Bakery... Continue Reading →

Top 3 Places to Eat in Charleston

1. Macintosh After opening in 2011, this restaurant quickly found itself on the James Beard Foundation Best New Restaurant nominee list, while Chef Jeremiah Bacon (yes, really) earned a James Beard Best Chef Southeast Award semifinalist nod. The Macintosh offers a soulful menu inspired by Lowcountry farmers and purveyors. It’s also known for its Bacon... Continue Reading →

Top 4 Dinner Spots in Virginia Beach

1. Terrapin Terrapin is a fine-dining restaurant offering an intimate dining experience showcasing Chef Rodney Einhorn's award-winning contemporary American Cuisine and creative use of seasonal farm-fresh ingredients. The culinary team has been recognized by the James Beard Foundation and was invited to cook at the James Beard House in 2011. 2. Sonoma Wine Bar and... Continue Reading →

Top 3 Lunch Spots in Virginia Beach

1. Big Sams Big Sam's is a local favorite located right on Rudee Inlet next to the Virginia Beach Fishing Center. It is perfect for a casual, delightful breakfast, lunch or dinner.  They specialize in seafood, breakfast specials, happy hour specials and appetizers. 2. Margie & Ray's Margie & Ray’s was established in 1964 as... Continue Reading →

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