Out of the Fire – Easton, Maryland

Out of the Fire – Easton, Maryland – October 11, 2014 This weekend, we went to the Easton, Maryland on the Eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay. Saturday was rainy, so we had lunch at Out of the Fire, a cozy restaurant in charming downtown Easton. The restaurant was very nice. The walls were covered […]

Airbnb and Uber Are Not As Disabled Friendly As They Claim

Yesterday, The Daily Beast published an article stating that Airbnb and Uber are not as disabled friendly as they claim to be. There is a lawsuit against Uber for violations against people with disabilities, and Airbnb’s accessibility filter lets anyone post that their rental is accessible without it truly complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. […]

Papabubble – Little Italy/Soho

Papabubble – Little Italy/Soho – September 27, 2014 After seeing Papabubble on Cooking Channel’s Unique Sweets, I had to visit. They make the candy right in the store. It was fun to watch the staff pulling the sugar for the candy while I visited. The store has been designed inside to look like a science […]

The Greek Kitchen – Midtown West, Manhattan

The Greek Kitchen – Midtown West, Manhattan – September 25, 2014 Today, my husband and I attempted to visit The Greek Kitchen in Midtown West for lunch before an appointment in the area. The entrance to the restaurant is through the bakery next door. The problem was that the only entrance to the bakery, and […]

Krystal’s Cafe & Pastry Shop – Woodside, Queens

Krystal’s Cafe & Pastry Shop – Woodside, Queens – September 19, 2014 Last night, my husband and I met our dear friend, Tony, in Woodside, Queens to experience Filipino cuisine for the first time. Woodside has a huge Filipino population, and Krystal’s Cafe & Pastry Shop was recommended to us by some acquaintances. Upon looking […]

The NYC Restaurant Access Program (RAP)

The NYC Restaurant Access Program (RAP) The New York City Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD) has started a new program for restaurants to identify themselves as accessible to people with disabilities. The program is called the NYC Restaurant Access Program (RAP). A restaurant can choose to participate in the program, and the website […]

Francois Payard Bakery – Columbus Circle, Manhattan

Francois Payard Bakery – Columbus Circle, Manhattan – September 15, 2014 Today, I had an appointment in the morning in Columbus Circle, so I decided to treat myself to lunch at Francois Payard Bakery (FPB) while I waited for my Access-a-Ride (Paratransit) pick up to go home.  I have been to his patisserie on the […]

Flour Bakery – South End, Boston

Flour Bakery – South End, Boston – September 13, 2014 This weekend, my husband and I had a wedding to attend in Boston, so I decided to review Flour Bakery’s South End location. They have four locations, and they have consistently been rated as one of the top bakeries in Boston by Trip Advisor and […]

Boulud Sud – Upper West Side, Manhattan

Boulud Sud – Upper West Side, Manhattan – September 7, 2014 Today, my husband and I went for brunch at Boulud Sud with my aunt to celebrate her birthday. It is one of Chef Daniel Boulud’s restaurants. This one came highly recommended to me by a friend for its fantastic Mediterranean food. The menu draws […]