Restaurant Week in the Poconos

Down the Delaware River - Fall 2006 - The Poconos

Restaurant week has begun in the Poconos! We will be updating you on more information in the coming days about this, but wanted to share an article with you. It runs until May 6th, so check back with us.

In Jackson, MS this weekend? We have a new Martini Bar to suggest

The Martini Room features Martini Fridays once again. This restaurant opened in February. Give it a try if you are in the area!

One last time. . . April 1st. . . Las Vegas. . . Don’t miss it!

The Martini Las Vegas Grand Opening is April 1st. Mark Your Calendars!!!!

Where to dine in San Francisco? Glad you asked!

We’ve found a great restaurant you have to try!

A San Francisco Restaurant With a View

On the border of the South of Market and financial districts, Waterbar is located on the South end of Rincon Park on San Francisco’s scenic Embarcadero. If you’re looking for a San Francisco restaurant with a view, Waterbar features panoramic views of the Bay and San Francisco skyline.

Visit for all the details

They are located at 399 The Embarcadero South| San Francisco, California 94105, Phone: 415.284.9922 | Fax: 415.284.0161 |

The best of what’s happening in NYC via Zagat

Chocolate-covered bacon, anyone? If that isn’t your style, check out the info on a black truffle dinner.  And the obligatory Charlie Sheen cocktails. Let us know what you think!

New restaurant opening in Philadelphia tonight

farmerHusband and wife owners Matt and Colleen Swartz, with partner Matt Scheller will debut their new restaurant The Farmers’ Cabinet later tonight. The Walnut St. spot will serve rustic American food and later this summer, they’ll beging brewing their own craft beers in their kitchen. The restaurant is going for a Victorian-era atmosphere and will also have an extensive variety of European craft beers and cocktails. The team is behind Bethlehem’s Tap & Table, The Bookstore Speakeasyand Fork & Barrel in East Falls.

With the help of Chef Peter Felton, The Farmers’ Cabinet will offer bone marrow and roasted cippolini soup; tarro, lotus, and beat root chips; bourbon-braised escargot; house-ground brisket and bacon burgersand more on their opening menu. They will also have shared dishes for two or more guests like Salt Baked Fish, Elk Chops, and Roasted Goat Leg.

Drink experts Damon Dyer and Terry Hawbaker will lend a helping hand too creating the drink menu for the restaurant’s two bars, one for beer and another for cocktails. The cocktails will run between $10-$12 and will includeBespoke Whiskey Sours, Pirate’s Coffee, Round Midnight, a Barrel Aged Martinez and others. Hawbaker will be in charge of the creation of their hyper-micro-brewery on premises once the restaurant gets underway.

The Farmers’ Cabinet, 1113 Walnut St.