New York, New York. A city so big that its almost overwhelming to visit. To fit all you want to do in a short 4 days is basically impossible. Not […]
There are only a few places in which you will find a city that hosts a perfect combination of southern charm and new age thinking. The strong presence of prestigious […]
So your sitting at home contemplating what to eat. If your mind is anything like ours, your choices for the night are: Chinese food (with extra crab puffs on the side), Tex-Mex (fajitas please!), or Italian (pasta, pasta!). Well then your conscience kicks in and tells you while all that sounds great, you’ll find yourself doing extra push ups at the gym the next day.
Have no fear! If you happen to reside in Houston or are just visiting, we are here to help you feed your guilty pleasure but not have to deal with it in the weight room. Here is our list for the top 5 vegetarian & vegan friendly restaurants in Houston. Enjoy!
When most people think of Aspen, Colorado they think of ski lifts, winter resorts and snowy mountaintops. However, when you think of being there in the middle of June, your first thought about this little ski town has got to be…what the hell is there to do?! Don’t worry fellow traveler; we’ve got you covered! Our first time in Aspen turned into one of the most complete trip we’ve ever taken. So come on, and bring your oxygen tank because you’re about to go on a journey through Aspen, CO, without the ski poles of course.
After months and months of anticipation, planning, waiting, more planning, and even more waiting… we finally made it to the city known for its face lifts, botox, and lip injections.. Los Angeles!
Lafayette, Louisiana. A city probably off the radar for most. You probably don’t think of any city in the deep south as one crawling with hipsters and cool places to hang out. Some might call it the Austin of Louisiana. Hipster spottings occur quite frequently, whether at a local coffee shop or a gas station.
Howdy y’all! Wanna talk about havin’ some rootin’ tootin’ good fun? Well the annual Houston Livestock and Rodeo Show is one Texas sized good time, YEEHAW!! Nicole and I, being naïve to the whole concept of a competition for the best looking cow, didn’t know what to expect for our first experience. Knowing that there was going to be tons of food and beer, we arrived with open minds and empty stomachs.
Have you ever gone to a new city and only had one day to explore? You know, when you play the game “how many things can I do in 24 hours? Well it just so happens to be our FAVORITE game ever!
Being the explorers that we are, a 250 mile venture to Dallas for Valentine’s Day weekend sounded like the perfect excuse to find new local hot spots. The trip started bright and early on a Saturday morning. Locked and loaded with some roady snacks from Whole Foods, we hit the pavement and settled into a 3+ hour drive to Big-D
Ahh, good ole’ Valentines Day. A chance to prove your love for your significant other with an $8 box of chocolate, $15 bouquet of roses and a $4 sappy card from the nearest Hallmark store. Well… not for us.
In our case, Valentines Day is another opportunity to stray from the norm. We like to use this day of affection as an excuse to explore new quirky spots in an unfamiliar destination. While we are under somewhat of a budget constraint this season, we decided to keep our adventures in state and head over to none other than Big-D, Dallas, Texas.
Welcome to our first ever post that contains the oh so delicious (and surprisingly local) food of our very own back yard, HOUSTON, Texas! While we love traveling from place to place in search of the finest and yummiest cuisine, we have decided to give you a taste of some of the best and most talked about gruberies in town…