The number one thing that is served at Kobe Steakhouse are the Teppanyaki meals. These meals are made directly in front of you as they are cooked on a large Hibachi grill. The cooking is just as exciting as the meal itself as the chefs make the cooking experience into a show with wild flames and fun jokes.
Read more about Kobe Steakhouse here.
Busch Gardens® Tampa's newest live stage show "Madagascar Live! Operation: Vacation" premieres on May 18 in Stanleyville Theater. Guests will party along the characters from DreamWorks Animation's hit Madagascar franchise, including Alex the Lion, Gloria the Hippo and King Julien on a vacation adventure at Busch Gardens Tampa.
To celebrate the arrival of the laugh-out-loud, high-energy family show, the Tampa park will host a premiere party weekend on May 18 and 19, complete with on-the-hour dance parties and meet and greets, in addition to the show's premiere.
Visit the show's website to learn more about it.
After photographing an engagement session for a couple of my friends at Philippe Park, we all made our way to Whistle Stop Grill and Bar for lunch. We promptly ordered the corn fritters. These delicious little fried balls of cornbread were delicious and the Southwest sauce they were served with gave them the perfect kick. Read my full review of Whistle Stop Grill and Bar.
From cleverly mismatched dinnerware to colorfully framed artwork hung in crooked collages across boldly painted walls, today's Hamburger Mary's is much like the original San Francisco location. Walking into any Mary's is an act of stepping out of the chaos of daily life and into Mary's comfortable home. Read more about Hamburger Mary's here...