Talk about getting out of your comfort zone. I was invited by Class Axe (thank you!) to try my hand at AXE THROWING. While I was able to throw axes for free, all thoughts and opinions are my own and oh man, do I have thoughts. #NewProfilePic Let me start off by saying the vibe … More Want to try something new? Check out Class Axe.
Teal House Coffee & Bakery is a family-operated cottage business focused on hand-crafted coffee and handmade baked goods. Run by the Phillips family, their story starts in 2016 when they posted cinnamon rolls and pies for sale on Facebook. Within a few months, they had neighbors ordering tens of dozens of cinnamon rolls and Teal … More Teal House Coffee & Bakery
El Alma has been on my “to-visit” list for a long time. It’s one of the staple restaurants on Barton Springs (since 2011) that I drive by over and over, but I’ve never stopped to check it out! Recently, I attended a happy hour dinner on their wonderful rooftop patio and loved it. While I … More El Alma
You know how you wish you had your coffee shop? Your go-to place to socialize, read a book, drink coffee (or beer) and eat tasty treats? I think Cuvee Coffee could be that place. What I love most about this place is the vibe – it’s right in the east 6th neighborhood. I was there … More Cuvee Coffee
Located in the Seaholm District, Malibu Poke is a “legitimate restaurant, masquerading as a poke shop” says store manager Kevin. Everything about Malibu Poke is high quality – from their Japanese imported sushi rice to their sashimi grade fish. Thank you for inviting me to try your delicious bowls, Malibu Poke! While I did receive … More Malibu Poke