I heard from readers after the closing of Viva Mercado’s. And I heard from readers when a reopening was in the works, at Village Square. Since the restaurant opened in November, I’ve heard nary a peep. And why might that be? My guess is that their mouths were full.
Nestled along a creek near the base of the mountains, picturesque Lamoille retains much of its rural flavor, providing visitors with glimpses of the area’s pioneer ranching history.
We were craving a lobster roll at the Tides Oyster Bar at Green Valley Ranch Resort, but the restaurant now is Tides Seafood & Sushi Bar, and the lobster roll is history. But the place holds promise — as soon as the kitchen staff gets a better grasp of the new menu.
Stuffed cabbage and cabbage rolls are homey, comforting and, for many of us, reminiscent of childhood, but kind of a pain to make. But never fear; fellow Taste of the Town readers have suggestions for Bob Schaffhauser, who’s looking for them.
Eureka has a lot of history behind it but is also a hub for its county’s residents.
Are Du-par’s pancakes the best in the country? I wouldn’t say that, because I haven’t tasted every pancake in the country. But they’re pretty darned good.
Whatever form they take — doughnuts, beignets, zeppole, churros or fritters — we sure love our fried dough, and that would include malasadas, being sought by Tom Sullivan. And as usual, his fellow Taste of the Town readers have suggestions.
As the site of a reliable water source in an arid region, Arizona’s Pipe Spring has a long history.
Bryce Canyon National Park in Southern Utah features deep, vividly colored amphitheaters at the eroded eastern edge of a high, forested plateau, each filled with weirdly carved formations, arches and canyons.