Where to Eat in Houston’s Energy Corridor

Houston’s reputation for culinary excellence benefits everyone who calls the Bayou City home. You don’t even have to be in or near downtown to find world-class cuisine to satisfy any tastes. If you live or work in Houston’s Energy Corridor business district, keep this list of quality restaurants in mind.
Aka Japanese
This Energy Corridor restaurant’s all-day weekend happy hour brings the crowds on Saturdays and Sundays. But Aka Japanese is a great option for quality, fresh sushi and Japanese dishes any day of the week. Aka is affordable, especially when you’re ordering a lunch special. It’s also just a two-minute walk from AMLI […]

By |July 17th, 2017|Around the Area|0 Comments

Reasons to Live in Deerfield

Located 25 miles north of Chicago in Lake County, Deerfield is a highly livable community with fast, convenient access to all the city has to offer. In 2015, Deerfield ranked fourth of 342 places to live in Illinois on a a HomeSnacks.net list. If you’re moving to the Chicago area or live downtown and are looking to move to the suburbs, here are some reasons to consider Deerfield.
After opening a tax-increment-financing district in 1982, business development in Deerfield soared. Today, the village is home to several leading technology and medical companies. Baxter International, CF Industries, Consumers Digest, the U.S. subsidiary […]

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Dog-Friendly Bars and Restaurants in Seattle

While it faces tough competition from other pet-loving parts of the country, Seattle is widely considered one of the country’s most pet-friendly cities. Some neighborhoods, including Lake Union, Capitol Hill, and Ballard, are especially amenable to man’s best friend. If you’re looking to spend quality time out and about with your pet in the coming months, keep this list of dog-friendly bars and restaurants in Seattle in mind.
Bad Jimmy’s Brewing Co.
One of many brew houses in the Ballard Brewery District, Bad Jimmy’s has a charming atmosphere made more enjoyable to patrons through its welcoming attitude to dogs. The dog-friendly tasting […]

By |July 12th, 2017|All About Pets, Around the Area|0 Comments

Denver’s Most Iconic Restaurants

Denver’s culinary scene is more diverse and thriving today than ever before, but it’s been impressive for a long time. In this post, we celebrate nine long-running Denver restaurants considered emblematic of the Mile-High City dining experience.
The Avenue Grill
The Avenue Grill might serve San Franciscan fare, but it is definitely an iconic Denver restaurant. For 30 years, the Avenue Grill has been a mainstay in Denver’s North Capitol Hill neighborhood. Its fresh sourdough, savory clam chowder, and famed martinis are just a five-minute walk form AMLI Park Avenue.

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7 Cool Treats to Enjoy on Austin’s Hottest Summer Days

Austin’s humid subtropical climate means the Texas capital enjoys short, mild winters. It also means that summers are long and warm, with unpleasant heat waves shocking residents’ systems from time to time. One of the most effective, not to mention enjoyable, ways to find relief during a heat wave is with a cooling dessert. Here are some well-known cool treats to enjoy the next time you’re melting under triple-digit temperatures.

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Adventurous Sno Cone from 512 SNO
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By |July 10th, 2017|Around the Area|0 Comments