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Though I'm not a gay man, I looove Old Compton Street. I Camisa and Sons, the Italian deli, and the little coffee place where you can get an espresso that's GOOD for a pound...great street for eating and enjoying the Soho vibe.
Who knew the Marche could rival Tuscany in natural beauty? Monte Conero is an absolutely stunning park.
Such delicious pizza, such delicious bread...this is a perfect little stop for a light lunch or snack that won't break the bank.
I saw the line out the door and had to stop. It was worth it for some fresh, slightly spicy, chewy in the best sense, pork and vegetable dumplings. Get ready to point, the staff's English is minimal at best. But this will fill you up and cost under $5.
Respectable BiBimBap. Lots of meat on the menu, but they were happy to put together a veggie version for me. Super cheap as well!
Erring ever so slightly into over sweetened, slightly overwrought American cuisine territory, Menlo Grill is nonetheless a good option for a straightforward meal, accompanied by a good wine selection. Service is prompt and polite, maybe a little too joky for my taste. I'd go again, and would recommend it. Plenty of vegetarian options if you're happy to combine a few side dishes.
Incredible food in a surprisingly relaxed setting. Choose from 6, 9 or 12 courses, and have a chat with them a few days before you arrive to sort out any dietary issues you may have. My nine courses were nearly perfectly pitched, from simple touches like salted caramel butter, to complex combinations. An abundant feeling number of extras were added in to our meal...five 'snacks' to begin and a palate cleanser that was actually one of my favorite bits. Get the wine pairing, it truly elevates the flavors and includes some really interesting vintages.
Nice cocktail menu and chilled vibes at Driftwood.
One of New York's best restaurants, and a serious class act. Great wine list and really top-notch service.
Hip aperitivo spot.
A sherry tavern in Fitzrovia.
Sacred mountain, climb it to meditate in the caves where the saint Ramana Maharshi lived for years. Beautiful, very peaceful, many devotees from the ashram at the foot of the mountain.
Covering more than ten hectares, this massive temple to Shiva looks like it is about to call down the mother ship at any moment. Filled with intricate carvings and a magic atmosphere, construction began in the 9th century.