July 15, 2018

“Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts. It even breaks your heart, But that’s okay. The journey changes you. It should change you.” — Anthony Bourdain

Last week in London: the ever-enchanting St Paul’s Cathedral

It is so good to be home. I’ve been away a whole fantastic month for IWSC spirits judging in England, as well as restaurant/bar/drink research in Sweden, Faroe Islands, Denmark and London. It’s been a blessed month of adventures from dining at the great (new) Noma in Copenhagen, to eating whale on the remote, enchanting Faroes, reuniting with (and making new) friends and industry colleagues across countries.

I am thrilled to be home as I was to travel. And I’m ready to go with more food and drink recommends for you…


This issue:
The LatestTop New Openings of the Month: Inspired Indian food from a talented female chef to a “real deal” matcha Japanese cafe, here are this month’s best newcomers.
Imbiber11 Top National Cocktails of the Month: Nashville to Louisville, SF to Vancouver, here is what is standing out on drink menus now.
Top Tastes7 Legit SF Indian Restaurants That are Cheaper Than a Flight to India
Imbiber — 10 Top Bay Area Breweries: Whether game-changing legends or top-notch newcomers, here are 10 of the Bay Area’s best breweries.


A spread at Besharam

Come join me in Peru for a culinary adventure in the Andes mountains’ town of Cusco (gateway to Machu Picchu), savoring the unique Asia-meets-South-America cuisine that is Peruvian food. I will be the host of a “dig deep” food tour this November, open to anyone, so please join us for what will be an unforgettable week. Details here at Adios Adventure Travel (more on my past food and pisco-making adventures in Peru here).

As your personal concierge who tells it like a good friend would, I create personalized itineraries; provide food and drink consulting for restaurants and bars; and classes at companies for the layperson wanting to dig deeper in food and drink (more info here).


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LINKS to Social Media & Articles:

Time Out Food & Drink
Liquor.com International
Table8, National Editor
Wine Access Restaurant & Wine Column
Food Republic
Zagat SF Editor
Editor, Distiller Magazine
Liquor.com Drinkwire

SF Bay Guardian Critic (2009-2013)
Where Magazine