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Founding Farmers

You know how disappointed I was with the first restaurant that I ate at in DC. Luckily, eating at Founding Farmers was like night and day! This restaurant is absolutely FABULOUS! […]
Founding Farmers

Spring in DC

Spring was in the air when I arrived in Washington, DC! I was in town to lobby congress (yes, it was just like House of Cards!) but I was quickly distracted […]
Spring in DC

Sac-a-Lait

After a whirlwind week celebrating Mardi Gras, our last night in New Orleans couldn’t have been better, or more relaxing. We ate at Sac-a-Lait, a new restaurant housed in an […]
Sac-a-Lait

Rex Ball

Anton and I did a lot of memorable things while in New Orleans, but by far the most glamorous, and exclusive, was attending the Rex Ball. The Rex Ball is held on Shrove Tuesday […]
Rex Ball

Lüke

You can’t visit New Orleans without strolling around Jackson Square. It’s beautiful, and is surrounded by street performers, palm readers, artists, musicians and hot dog stands (my favorite!). The focal point […]
Lüke

Deer Valley

After spending the morning skiing at Solitude Mountain Resort, my trip continued at Deer Valley, arguably Park City’s most famous (and best!) ski resort. It’s known for its attention to detail, superior […]
Deer Valley

Adrift

You can’t visit Seattle and not order piles of seafood (never mind that we just had Thanksgiving dinner a few nights before!). So on the last night of our trip, […]
Adrift