Member Since : 2017-01-04
Tampa, Gainesville, Orlando and Miami Florida; North Carolina, South Carolina and Wyoming
University of Florida
Tampa, FL, United States
Start on 2016
The Wine Room on Park Avenue is a unique combination of wine bar and wine shop, buying and tasting wine is an "experience"!
Locally owned Edis Chocolates is a go-to-place for some of the best chocolates in town! They're famous for their gluten-free baked goods like their hazelnut amaretto torte or their peanut butter mousse cake.
What a fun, eclectic place! My girls and I all got tacos but different kinds and we all loved what we got. It's fast, friendly service. Their homemade corn tortillas were really good and I usually get flour. Great local place!
They offer some specials here and the food is always good. They have a loyalty program and the staff is always friendly!
This is a fun, very hip place with great tapas and cocktails. They make a really good sangria!
Amy's provides some seriously good homemade ice cream! Plus, you get a show while they're fixing your cone or cup. They've got a great variety of candies and cookies and make it fun to watch them put it all together!
Great location and good eats. They've got some fun tapas appetizers and the staff is always friendly!
The Mermaid Inn has three NYC locations. They've got a Happy Hour every day from 5-7 p.m. offering $1.25 East Coast oysters and select $6 beers, $8.50 wines and $8.50 cocktails. Friendly staff!
Down the Hatch has been around for over twenty years. They're a legendary underground Greenwich Village institution with cheap prices and a fun staff!
Good drink specials and classic American food. Very friendly wait staff.
Hotel Indigo wants to keep Austin local. Their specialty hotel is located downtown in the heart of the Red River District. They're pet-friendly and are close to the live music on the infamous 6th Street. Their free self-guided tour will make sure you don't miss a thing!
Ferg's is a fun restaurant and sports bar serving all of the classic American dishes. Friendly staff!
In the heart of Times Square, the Richard Rodgers theatre is home to many wonderful plays, including the popular Hamilton!
The Whitby Hotel is in the heart of upper midtown Manhattan. It's contemporary and upscale and designed by hoteliers Tim and Kit Kemp. It's a great location close to Central Park, galleries and museums and many wonderful restaurants.
The Lowell is a luxury boutique hotel between Park and Madison Avenue on the Upper East Side. It's an exquisite hotel in walking distance to Central Park and many famous attractions like The Met, MOMA and the Guggenheim.
Gators Dockside has great wings! It's a fun, laid back spot to meet friends for a drink or take the kids for a free meal on Tuesday when you buy an adult entree. They've also got great burgers and other good munchies!
Over 5,000 years of art under one roof. Three city locations to see it all. I was surprised to find dining there too! A must-see.