Sunday, April 18, 2021

Let's Try

Food and restaurant reviews

Let’s Try…DeLiteful Foods and Cafe

For most people, finding a mouth-watering snack or simply ingredients for a healthy meal is as easy as walking into any neighborhood supermarket. But for others, who have allergies,...

Let’s Try . . . Cross Culture

Subdued lighting, soft voiced servers who greet you gracefully, comfortable seating. A new wildly expensive dining experience too posh to be called a restaurant? No, a new Indian venue...

Let’s Try: Zen Palate

Hang onto your whole-wheat hat. Banish all thoughts of vegetarian meals as being nondescript lumps of white-ish unknown substances and gelatinous goo over brown rice. The recently opened Zen...

Let’s Try…Ivy Inn Karaoke Night

In a town known for its prestigious university and upscale shops, a bar that serves up $1 pints of Milller High Life and warns “Beware pickpockets and loose women”...

Let’s Try . . . Tre Catering

It’s a dilemma every boss faces at one time or another: The staff is fully engaged, racing toward an end-of-the-day deadline, but lunch is approaching. Letting everyone scatter for...

Let’s Try…Trader Joe’s

About 20 years ago I worked for a public relations firm in Carnegie Center with clients in the Bay Area and Los Angeles.My boss, a California native, introduced me...

Let’s Try . . . Fuji

The newspaper coupon was tantalizing. Half price sushi on Monday and Tuesday nights at a spot that was new to us, Fuji, a Japanese restaurant at 485 Georges Road....

Let’s Try . . . The Blue Rooster

Somewhere in Dublin, a cozy English tearoom fell in love with a robust French cafe and then settled into a Victorian house in Cranbury, New Jersey. The Blue Rooster,...