Let’s say you were on a mission to uncover the best places in Portland for breakfast. Would you a) Google it; b) head to The Pearl; or c) hire a brunch sherpa? While Google may result in an array of choices and The Pearl may suffice, the correct answer is C. Why? Because hiring a brunch sherpa […] Read More
Nestled in the heart of the French Quarter in the Historic Jackson Square, you will find Stanley’s, the first restaurant to open following Hurricane Katrina. So, not only does this gem sit on historic territory – it has made history itself!
I have had the honor of being selected to organize a hashcapade in Madison. I immediately decided to organize a hashcrawl. So I contacted some local yelpers and got an amazing response! We selected 4 very promising places in Madison that featured mouthwatering hashes on their menu and on a freezing colds Midwestern Sunday morning we set out to accomplish this feat!
50 Cities 50 Hashes: Amanda Makulec at District Commons in Washington DC! There’s nothing better than brunch the morning after Valentine’s Day, especially when brunch means getting together and catching up with two friends from your childhood and our three significant others. On a cold and grey Saturday morning in DC, six of us got together for brunch at District Commons, a massive restaurant anchored by a spacious bar and open kitchen. Having had wonderful experiences at other joints run by the same restaurant group, we were stoked to try this spot for brunch and check out their take on breakfast hash.
Tucked away in a quiet Kansas City neighborhood, Chef Nina Gann at The Westside Local serves up the best breakfast hash in town. In an area well known for its beef, you might expect hash that contains some of what the Midwest is famous for. But Chef Nina’s Veggie Hash is so delicious you won’t miss the meat.