If you visit Talkeetna, Alaska on your vacation, and you come hungry, you’ll find a wealth of little restaurants in town. In fact, the problem is that there are too many to choose from. When I lived in Talkeetna in 2007 people always asked me about the best places to eat. Well, I don’t live in Talkeetna now (though I’m thinking about moving back there), but I still visit there several times a month, and being a food lover, I try all the restaurants. So, if you’re visiting Talkeetna soon, here are my best Talkeetna restaurant recommendations.
Vying closely with Rio on the natural wonder stakes ( and also on violent crime rates) a few days in Cape Town will be hard to forget. Take a tour of Robin Island and sit in Mandela’s cell, take the cable car to the top of Cable Mountain, watch a cricket game, maybe get mugged/maybe not.
Clinton St. Baking Company is another great breakfast hot spot in New York. You will soon find however, that the lines to get served are long during the week but they are well worth the wait. The great thing is that if you have a craving at 8pm for pancakes you will be able to get them here because breakfast is always served.
Capital Grille is one of the best I love good food in Orlando city. If you love sea foods or steaks, you are advised to have great meal at the restaurant. They also have a good selection of wine in their repertoire.
One of the good best restaurants in San Francisco we ate at was Green’s located in the marina district. Green’s is a vegetarian restaurant but for those carnivores don’t worry, there is plenty to choose from and you won’t miss the meat! Plus, the restaurant offers a great waterfront view.
Places to eat in Gatlinburg no. 3: Smoky Mountain Trout House. The Smoky Mountain Trout House is also one of the most recommended Gatlinburg restaurants among locals and tourists alike. This place boasts the freshest selection of trout which is prepared to suit each and every customer’s preferences. Most customers go crazy over their rainbow trout-even the kids know how to appreciate them. Take note that this place doesn’t offer non-seafood selections in their menu though; so if you’re going to eat with someone who is allergic-or simply aversive-to seafood, it is advised that you order some take-out first before proceeding to this restaurant.
Learning why restaurants fail is a great way to make sure you do not make the same mistakes. Do your homework, and make sure you understand the business before you take the plunge. It will pay off in the long run.