CT Eats

CT Eats: McCann’s brunch left me shak-shook-a

Both times I visited McCann’s, I came in excited about the selection, was impressed by my food, and left a happy camper.

CT Eats: Gluten-free pasta party

Sadly, carbs can be tough to find for us gluten-free friends. So this week, for your convenience, I took on the task of testing out different Rochester restaurants where gluten-free people can join the party.

CT Eats: Fever Flavors

Hello, world. It’s me, Olivia, reporting to you from the comfort of my bed, where I have been stuck for the past week with the flu and a 104-degree fever.

CT Eats: Spicy escapade at Royal of India

The theme of the night was bold, complex, well-developed flavors. Though I am still absolutely head over heels for Haveli, I would definitely be lying if I didn’t admit that I might be pretty smitten with Royal of India, as well.

CT Eats: A mellow taste of Germany

Not a superlike, but at least a pleasant swipe right. 

CT Eats: A big bayou bang for your buck

You should have a wonderful time characterized by classic Louisiana flavors bold enough to impress any Southern belle. 

CT Eats: A new year to B.Good

Whether you’ve resolved to eat healthier this year or you need a good meal done properly and quickly, I’d say that B.Good is a good place to be good.

CT Eats: Girls just wanna have Han

We had to wait two years and drive through a blizzard to get there but, oh my goodness y’all, it was worth it.

CT Eats: Run-of-the-mill Rooney’s disappoints

As much as I love brussel sprouts, this dish is priced for scallops to be the star, so I didn’t feel that I was getting my money’s worth.

CT Eats: Let’s taco about Ox and Stone

So, if you’re looking for not just a party, but an entire freaking world happening inside of your mouth, definitely take a trip to Ox and Stone.