The Food Snob Travels to Salt Lake City!

Once a year I’m blessed to travel to Salt Lake City SANS KIDS AND HUBBY for the Young Living convention, which happens in June!!! Woo hoo! (Sorry, guys…I love you SO MUCH, but mama needs this trip! 😉 ) Every year when I’m here, I find new and amazing places to eat. And I can…

Eat LOCAL (no…that’s the name of the place)

This is a place we went to when it first opened and we hadn’t been back…until now! This spot opened primarily as a ice cream place but now it’s known mostly as a lunch stop. The vibe now is TOTALLY different than when it first opened, so if you also haven’t been in a while, you…

Food Snob: CAPE MAY edition!

Our happy place is Cape May, NJ. We vacation here every year for a full week and we know all the hot spots, the not-so-hot spots, and everything in between. We are total food snobs, BUT…on vacation we do like to indulge and sometimes that involves eating “junk” food like boardwalk food and (gasp!) kids…

3 Westerly

Ahhhh….DATE NIGHT!!! We were able to hit this newly opened water-front gem on a kid-free date night. Another new hot spot for the town of Ossining. And this place has outdone itself. From the decor to the food to the drinks to the view….9 Westerly gets a big WOW from The Food Snob. Let’s dive…

Pier Restaurant and Tiki Bar (Westchester Children’s Museum)

We decided to spend the day at the Westchester Children’s Museum. What a fantastic place for the kids–and worth the drive even if you aren’t right in the Rye area. Although this is not a blog about kid day trips, a quick shout out–the minds behind this attraction have a great vision for the WCM…

Brotherly Love @ Brother’s Fish & Chips

Brother’s Fish and Chips in Ossining has been around a long time…but until 2015, it was strictly a take-out place. They’ve still got the take-out joint, but right next door is a wonderful, intimate restaurant/bar to enjoy as well. We took the whole crew here a few nights ago and here’s what went down… First…

The Food Snob’s Debut

I’ll admit it. I’m a food snob. And so is my husband (who is also an “amateur” chef–a darn good one, too!). And we’re raising our three boys to be food snobs, too. I’m not ashamed–I’m proud. We prefer organic food–it’s all we purchase in this house. We love the farm-to-table concept. We like restaurants…