Let’s talk tacos! I had such a perfect afternoon at Mama Lu’s in Traverse City a few weeks ago. The weather was around 75 degrees and sunny making it perfect to stroll through downtown on my first and brief visit to the city. Eating outside, being comfortable, enjoying the sunshine… sounds like bliss! Not to mention how scrumptious those tacos were.
I came across the cutest little cafe in downtown Green Bay. What was even better was that there was plenty for this vegetarian to choose from! Kavarna offered a variety of lunch items, coffee as well as pastries!
Last month my Mom and I made our annual trip to Green Bay to celebrate our Birthday’s cheering on our team. Being the planner that I am I had a list of restaurants that I wanted to try that I knew would have plenty of vegetarian options. It’s not always easy traveling as a vegetarian. Plae Bistro was on the top of the list, and boy it did not disappoint!
My last day in Atlanta was spent battling traffic for a favor for my Dad. Remember that bridge collapse of I-80? My trip down there was right after that happened and all traffic was re-routed and majorly backed up. After having a bit of a stressful morning an old friend recommended that I head to Ponce City Market for the day.
I woke up my first morning in Atlanta ready for adventure! Having done quite a bit of research before my trip I knew that my first meal was going to be brunch at Buttermilk Kitchen after attending Buckhead Church. (Service was FANTASTIC!) I knew I made the right choice when I could barely find parking, I pulled into their very small and tight spaced secondary lot and ended up getting out of my car to help someone who was trying to back out and leave. Perfect for my truck!
If you’re following me on any of my social media you know that I went on a road trip this weekend with my Mom and Mamaw to Paducah, Kentucky! Paducah is best known for being the quilting capital for quilters all over the United States. The trip was filled with laughter, shopping, sightseeing and some more shopping!
My Mamaw raised her family in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Every year, my Mom and I try to go to Titletown for at least one Green Bay Packer home game. Every time it’s a bit of a travel down memory lane for my Mom. I hear lots of stories and get to experience the changes right along side her. Last year while we were in Green Bay for our yearly game, my Mom mentioned Larson’s Cannery and how my Mamaw used to stop there for dented canned goods at an amazing discount when money was tight. We thought that it would be fun to stop for old times’ sake, after some checking we found out that Larson’s Canning had closed. This year when we were in Green Bay for our annual Packer game, I decided to consult with Google, I am so glad that I did, as I was able to find a new family favorite and I can’t wait to go back!