Higher-end dining experiences. Collared shirts usually required along with linen napkins.
By Hal Stern on September 14, 2009
[Another updated repost, this time with demographic changes, from my Sun blog.] I spend approximately 70 nights a year away from home. Part of my travel koan is to eat a good breakfast, because lunch often reduces to Altoids mints and a Starbucks coffee. I have become a self-proclaimed connoisseur of french toast, a veritable […]
By Hal Stern on September 11, 2009
Tomorrow marks the end of National Waffle Week. If greeting card companies can invent holidays that require 120-pound paper stock sentiments, Waffle House deserves its somewhat self-referential week of lighter weight golden goodness. Today I am driving to Bel Air, Maryland, where there are three Waffle Houses en route. I might have to sample all […]