Maine: Some Notes on What We Ate, Part 3, Camden

Our trip to Maine included a few days in Camden, a picturesque town on Penobscot Bay. Long a summer playground for wealthy vacationers, the town’s cultural attractions notably include the Camden Opera House and the Camden International Film Festival. You can stroll along the couple of blocks of Main Street, tucking in and out of … More Maine: Some Notes on What We Ate, Part 3, Camden

Zuppardi’s Apizza: A West Haven, CT Landmark

Just a short ride from New Haven pizza legends Pepe’s, Sally’s, and Modern, West Haven, CT has its own iconic spot: Zuppardi’s Apizza. For about eight decades, they’ve been serving up New Haven-style pizzas in an unassuming space in a residential neighborhood by the beach. Master bread-baker Dominic Zuppardi originally opened a place called Salerno’s … More Zuppardi’s Apizza: A West Haven, CT Landmark

Agrikol, Montreal

One of the very hottest spots in Montreal right now, Haitian restaurant Agrikol is a festive space decorated with art from the island, exuding a warm, welcoming vibe. Opened in early 2016, it is the work of two very hip couples: Régine Chassagne and Win Butler, members of Montreal-based Arcade Fire; and Jen Agg, owner … More Agrikol, Montreal