Street Eats

  • Frankophiles for three nights: Street Eats: Crêpe

    By Pasture Braised on August 2, 2013
    As our European road trip continues, we had a three night layover in France, and we had to try all the classics, starting from the ground up.  We only had three nights in Paris. It was just long enough to find our nearest foie gras purveyor, boulangerie/patisserie, and cheese monger, high five at the Eiffel Tower, and wish that we had […]
  • Street Eats: David, Panama

    By Cliff on February 26, 2013
    David, Panama is a necessary stop on the Pan American highway. For folks traveling between Costa Rica and Panama City or to the tourist hotspots of Boquete and Bocas del Toro, all roads lead to David. Our trip landed us in David for a couple of days. Our most memorable experience was the small enclave of food stalls we stumbled upon our […]
  • Gas Station Ceviche in Playa Samara

    By Pasture Braised on February 18, 2013
    At La Bomba, “fresh ceviche” and “gas station” really do belong in the same sentence.  Ambiance-shmbiance. The best ceviche in Playa Samara is served out of a cooler at La Bomba gas station. Yeah, we said it. Anyone driving across North West Costa Rica between Samara, Nicoya and/or Nossara should—and by the looks of the daily crowds, does—pull over at the […]