By Ken Alan — Take a trip to Charleston, South Carolina, and there will be food. Lots of food. There will be a homecoming of buttermilk biscuits and a sea bed of oysters—fried, stewed and raw.
By Ken Alan — Throughout my life I’ve had the good fortune of visiting dozens of casino properties across the continent, from the shimmering Lake Tahoe resort, to a rundown slots parlor somewhere near Truckee, California.
By Angela Corrado — Hello, Dish Trip fans! As you already know, traveling in the name of food is what we do, and our most recent adventure placed us safely in New York City amidst a snow storm with plenty of sips and snacks to swoon over.
By Ken Alan “For Daddy Daughter Day this year can we go on a road trip? Just, you know, go? I mean, really get lost?” This is my eleven year-old, Tia, who was preparing for our yearly outing, just the two of us, one day of nothing but food & fun together. Begun when she [...]
By Ken Alan — Mention Maryland’s Eastern Shore to fans of the Tidewater area and you’re sure to elicit resounding responses about their most popular spring & summer destination towns — festive Easton, historic Oxford, and of course, the tranquility and romance of incomparable St. Michaels.
By Ken Alan — Throughout my years of being a full-time concierge, I’ve always considered myself a knowledgeable resource for clients seeking suggestions about the city of Philadelphia, thanks to having a countless supply of Bro’ Love connections, knowing the lay of the land, and being a lifelong native.
By Ken Alan — This is Door County, Wisconsin, “The Cape Cod of the Midwest.” If you call up the state on Google maps and look for Green Bay, Door County is the long fingered peninsula jutting northeasterly into Lake Michigan.
By Mary Bigham When the Dish Trip team travels, we always prefer to stay at a Sage Hospitality property. It’s like staying with friends and each time our team has a unique, positive and inspiring experience. One of our favorite Sage properties is The Curtis in Denver. On a recent trip to film a food-flight [...]
By Jim Breslin Sometimes you want a getaway that’s more relaxing than adventurous. We recently traveled to the National Harbor, just south of Washington DC and spent two nights in the prestigious Gaylord Hotel. This is not your typical hotel. We were looking for a relaxing atmosphere in which we could chill out, read by the [...]
By Lisa Yoder — None of these places are overly fancy or outrageously priced. I steered clear of many fancier sit-down restaurants in the city, especially for dinner, and opted instead for cafes or less formal establishments.