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The sandwiches at Saba Jebetto in Beer Sheva are ones for the record books! Bring your appetite and maybe some elastic waist pants.
Bleecker Bakery is a delicious place to stop for breakfast or a coffee break in Beer Sheva. Be sure to order the spinach and parmesan falafel!
Lola is a wonderful cafe in the old city of Beer Sheva. They have a beautiful outdoor patio and are famous for their haloumi burger. Be sure to save room for dessert. The Snickers pie is out of this world.
Goomba is an Italian restaurant with three locations in Israel. Their mushroom tortellini is a must-order! This place is great for big groups and families with kids.
Sumiao Hunan Kitchen is the only place in the Boston area focused on traditional Hunan cuisine. Start with the scallion pancake and be sure to save room for the purple yam bao.
Zak the Baker is both a deli and bakery in Miami's Wynwood neighborhood. Enjoy classic sandwiches and be sure to save room for a flourless chocolate cookie.
Spillover in Miami's Coconut Grove is a great place to share a meal with family or friends. The buffalo cauliflower appetizer is a must!
The team behind Milton, MA's Steel & Rye has opened Prairie Fire in Brookline. The zucchini salad is the star of this menu.
Enjoy a drink on the rocking chairs on the front porch of Chesca's, a delicious spot for dinner in Edgartown on Martha's Vineyard. The best entree option is the bento box, which comes with soup, salad, mashed potatoes, veggies and the protein of your choice. A great way to taste a little bit of everything.
Visit Black Dog Tavern in Vineyard Haven, one of the most iconic spots on Martha's Vineyard. The blackened burger is the star here at lunch.
For me, there is no greater thrill than trying a brand new restaurant. I always arrive giddy with anticipation.
Every Thursday night I have dinner with one of my best friends from college (11 years running) and this week we were feeling adventurous. Determined to try somewhere new, we scoured the web for a spot that not only looked delicious, but where we could park easily. I don't know about you, but I can't stand circling for parking or overpaying for a garage. The worst!