It may come as no surprise to hear that I love food and the whole dining experience. Food has its own culinary artists and choreography, but it is more accessible than some other arts. Imagine how exhilarating it would feel to storm the percussion section of the Philharmonic and fire cannons during the performance of the 1812 Overture. Unfortunately, such an act would require some sort of pyrotechnics knowledge and a Union membership at the very least!


Not so with a great meal. The ultimate dining experience doesn’t require a musical license, but it does require skill and the dedication of passionate, talented chefs to make it happen.  The process of creating a great meal also requires patience, creativity, and a well-trained palate.


And the best part is, all that’s required of us, the diner, is to pick up the phone, make a reservation and enjoy the culinary delights created by some of the world’s greatest chef’s. Personally, I wouldn’t have it any other way!


The Fearless Foodie

The Gourmet Review


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