I had eaten breakfast at Susan’s many times, but I’d never tried lunch there. This time I did, and here’s what I found.
Fuller’s ESB is a 5.9 percent alcohol ale brewed in Chiswick, England, by Fuller Smith & Turner PLC. The lighter English beers usually fall into the categories pale ale, India pale ale or IPA, bitter and extra special bitter or ESB.
This week we’ll discuss a red wine blend very much like another that I tasted a few years ago — after a 17 1/2 hour non-stop flight! And it was worth it.
Buck Nekkid is a new barbecue joint in town and resides in the building where Ryan’s was many moons ago. I was a little worried about what the clothing regulations were.
Don-De-Dieu is billed as a tripel wheat ale from Unibroue in Chambly, Quebec.
Maybe it’s too hot for some wine lovers to enjoy red wines, but some of us try will try anyway.
More than 40 years ago, Robert Mondavi created something new from something old. He called his new style of white wine from sauvignon blanc grapes “Fume Blanc”.
Shiner 102 Double Wheat from Spoetzl Brewery in Shiner, Texas, is the brewery’s anniversary ale meaning the brewery is 102 years old.
This was my maiden voyage to the Rolling Pin Cafe. If you don’t know where it is, you might miss it. It’s in the shopping center at the end of Crossover Road (Arkansas 265), and it’s hidden around the east corner of the building.
Celi’s isn’t a new place in town, it just has a new name. It used to be Oseguera’s and according to the restaurant’s website, it still has the same chef and same great food.