The flavors of fall are all around and, no, I’m not talking about a pumpkin-spice pandemic that has gotten completely out of hand. For kicks, just Google “ridiculous pumpkin-spice products” for proof that the end of the world is near.
I recently came across an article professing its love for the Kentucky Hot Brown, making a case that it might very well be the world’s greatest sandwich.
During the height of COVID-geddon, I received a request from reader Richard Boyd seeking my top restaurant recommendations for his first-ever visit to Lewisburg this summer.
Bridge Road Bistro is back, baby, and not just in that the South Hills restaurant recently reopened after a six-month hiatus. It also has its mojo back.
As a father who frequently had a few hours to kill during sports practices at Shawnee Athletic Complex back in BC (before COVID) times, I often lamented the fact that there was no restaurant (OK, bar) on site where I could enjoy a drink or bite to eat while I waited.
Back in journalism school, professors had a unique way of teaching us what types of events were newsworthy and which ones weren’t. In other words, the difference between “the expected” and “the unusual.”
When I heard a new restaurant offering riverfront dining had opened in St. Albans earlier this year, I couldn’t wait to try it out.
After slaying several hours of yard work last week, I was craving a real “stick to your ribs” kind of dinner, so I hopped in the car on a quest for, well, ribs.
With a worldwide health pandemic rudely canceling our summer vacation plans, we had to put the every-other-year trip to visit family in Europe on hold to enjoy a few closer (and safer) outdoor escapes.
When I told you a few weeks ago that Bridge Road Bistro had started offering a new Saturday morning brunch menu, I had no idea that wasn’t the only new project up the South Hills restaurant’s sleeve.
In breaking local restaurant news, not only has The Barge opened its outdoor dockside dining area for the season, but its previous two restaurants are also shaking things up this year.
Expressions like “chance of a lifetime” and “best time ever” get tossed around too freely in today’s superlative-driven world.
One of the toughest parts about being a food critic is when I have to confess I don’t love a place that I know many of you do. When I’ve written some not-so-hot reviews before, I get plenty of feedback from readers defending these spots.
We hear a lot about restaurants taking their food out to the masses through roaming food trucks or by catering public events.
Turns out Charleston Restaurant Week is a homecoming of sorts for chef Carter Raab, who has temporarily returned to his hometown to help prepare the impressive-sounding menu Kanawha City’s B&D Gastropub is offering during this week’s culinary celebration.
Reader Ronald Campbell’s request to track down how to make the Fiesta Burger he used to enjoy at Joey’s Bar and Grill back in the day is one I’m able to fulfill right away.