Next on the Hawaii (food) tour is the North Shore! After a few days in the busier area of Honolulu, the North Shore was a great retreat. There aren’t as many “popular” food options like in Waikiki, but there are definitely a few well-known stops; Giovanni’s, Ted’s Bakery, Matsumoto to name a few. Others tend to be a bit more stumble-upon than these guys that will appear at the top of your Yelp searches. Prepare yourself for more delicious looking pictures!
So I’ve been back from Hawaii for a little over a week now. My tan has begun to fade and the food baby I spent so much time working on has disappeared. I won’t waste your time, let’s get right to the important details. Where we ate in Honolulu. Read on for part I of the places you HAVE to visit when you go to Oahu, Hawaii. First the list, then the details. Continue reading “Hawaii, aka The Food Tour. Part I Waikiki/Honolulu”
If you frequent the Clark St. subway stop in Brooklyn during your commute, I’m jealous of your life. Not because of the required elevator ride (no stairs from the train?), but because it is home to Jalapa Jar. With amazing breakfast tacos and queso, delicious Austin, TX-sourced coffee beans, and freshly made salsa each week, Jalapa Jar helps hundreds satisfy their hungry bellies on the daily. Continue reading “Put Some Jalapa Jar in Your Life”