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Restaurant Review: Grand’s Restaurant And Bar

When we left our hotel at around 6:30PM or so to head off to dinner at a restaurant within about 50m, within eyeshot even, the clerk at the hotel was a bit puzzled because it was a bit early. And … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: Virgilio’s

As was the case with Amalia’s Cafe earlier, Virgilio’s is the sort of place that manages to perfectly match a wonderful ambiance with very tasty food. Even if no Italians were involved in this particular restaurant, it does a very … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: Luciano’s House

Rarely in my dining experience has there been such a dramatic disconnect between the ambiance of a restaurant and its quality in food. Luciano’s House is a relatively new restaurant in Charlotte Amelie, so new that the taxi drivers in … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: No Bones Cafe

No Bones Cafe is a place that offers lunch and dinner in a small but cozy air conditioned location near the ferry, and while their menu is admittedly somewhat basic it is definitely well done here. There are a lot … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: Caroline’s

Caroline’s is a small coffeehouse that is part of the Hotel Christian in Christiansted. The hotel itself has a lovely architecture from the colonial Danish period, it would appear, and the restaurant serves breakfast and brunch in a rather simple … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: Amalia Cafe

The Amalia cafe is a small but lovely cafe in a larger group of stores near the harbor of Charlotte Amalia, and its architecture, music, and food all focus on the theme of Spain. This sort of focus allows for … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: The Crow’s Nest

On the twentieth floor of Tower 3 of the Captain Cook Hotel in Anchorage, Alaska there is an example of fine dining that as an enjoyable experience for my mother, stepfather, and I in the evening after services on the … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: Gwennie’s Old Alaska Restaurant

Gwennie’s is apparently the oldest restaurant in Anchorage, but it is not open for dinner, so it was not until lunch between services when I was able to stop to eat a small lunch there in order to tide me … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: Glacier Brewhouse Restaurant

This evening for dinner my mother, stepfather, and a couple of friends from Central Florida who were here at the local Cogwa site went out to dinner to catch up on times and swap summaries about the sermons we had … Continue reading

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On The Feeding Of Reindeer And Alpacas

Today I spent a fair bit of time this afternoon both going to and from a place where more than sixty of t he people who went to the Feast of Tabernacles in Anchorage, Alaska. This place happened to be … Continue reading

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