When 5 Friends Drink Whole Food’s Top 10 Wines

I buy all my groceries – and wine because I’m too lazy (and scared) to go to a bodega – from Whole Foods.  When I was doing my weekly grocery run last week, I came across their Top 10 Wines sale – a collection of their best wines that are all around
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Not Your Average Friday Night Dinner

A few Friday nights ago, I decided to upgrade my usual Netflix and Chill dinner option with a prime rib dinner for one.  Why would I do such an outrageous thing?  Well, I could say it’s because that’s just how I roll my, but prime rib is actually just the
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Maxime

Brunch.  We Washingtonians take it pretty seriously especially in the summer.  Recently I’ve been pretty “meh” about Georgetown as it slowly fills up with commercial chains, but Maxime’s is a breath of (much needed) fresh air.  As the name implies, it’s a French inspired bistro but doesn’t come with all
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My #Preppy Summer Vacation on Nantucket

I love Nantucket.  Yeah, it’s not the most original place to go, but at least it wasn’t the Hamptons!  I visited Nantucket last year for the first time and fell hard for the cobblestone streets, the lack of major chain retailers and the laid-back nature of the island that all
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AET

A couple months ago, I was invited to America Eats Tavern out near Tysons Corner to try their new menu that included some pretty fantastic cocktail combinations.  I’ve always been into food and am game to try just about anything along as it’s not moving or carries the possibility of burning my face
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Savings & Starbucks

I dread the 23rd of every month because it’s the day that my credit card statement arrives at the parentals’ doorstep that elicits an angry e-mail from Dad that basically says, “What the hell are you doing in Washington, Dean??  ___ Uber’s in one month?!  God gave you legs for a reason.” And so since
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Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston.  Where do I even begin?  It’s been awhile since I was in the Holy City – probably about three or four years – having forgot its beautiful architecture, incredible food, as well as the mesmerizing Charlestonia dialect that I could listen to for days on end.  Throughout my time
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