Tag: Grits

JuneBaby (Seattle, WA)

When I travel to different places, I always try to seek out restaurants that are African-American owned.  I don’t believe there is enough life shined on these kind of restaurants.  There is a stigma associated with them though.  There isn’t enough creativity, service lacks, or the food is too original.  I decided to come to

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Toulouse Petit (Seattle, WA)

Did ya miss me?  (Varnell Hill voice)  Before I go any further, if you had to google who Varnell Hill was, than we should seriously have a discuss between the friendship you and I have.  Sorry, I’ve been away for so long.  I had to take care of some personal things and there’s this silly

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Tabard Inn (Washington, D.C.)

The most important meal on the weekends in D.C. is brunch.  I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again.  If you don’t eat “brunch” you’re a loser.  “Dem’s da rulez”  I was scrolling through Instagram searching for my next place to visit when I landed on this place.  What intrigued me mostly about this

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