I kicked off my March Madness with a trip to NY for a return to one of my favorite dining spots and to experience La Traviata before heading to Paris where nothing was spared – – the madness in Paris will be posted shortly. Back at Daniel as this is always an event and tonight
What happens when one of my favorite chefs recommends one of his favorite chefs??? PURE ECSTASY!!! This was the experience at Les Tablettes as Chef Gyo Santa insisted we visit during our stay in Paris. I must admit, the experience was sublime, so much so, we ended up visiting twice and enjoyed the second round
I awoke to a gorgeous sunrise and prepared for what was to be one of the most profound experiences I’ve encountered in Sorrento. We proceeded to leave Anacapri for the ferry, which is always a stunning treat as the view from the convertible taxis are breathtaking. Minus the little traffic jam at the roundabout in
So I took a little break from posting, however I did not take a break from enjoying delicious cuisine and being in the company of some amazing chefs. My first post of 2017 just happens to be one that spotlights two of my favorite chefs in Palm Beach, after all that’s where I flock to
As we await the cold of winter, I thought it was time to reflect on the amazing weather we experienced cruising the Mediterranean this past spring. There’s nothing like cruising the bay of Capri, enjoying Fraglioni, touring the Amalfi coast and enjoying a wonderful lunch all while being captivated by the beauty of the Mediterranean.
As promised Chef Migliaccio returned in time to wow our palates and the rest is history. Since our initial encounter with his cuisine we seriously count the months to our return at L’Olivo as we know the feast will be unforgettable and the service impeccable.
Restaurant L’Olivo – Capri Palace This 2 starred Michelin paradise always leaves me speechless, that is until I return to earth from being completely blown away by the cuisine flowing so effortlessly from the kitchen. I’d been in touch with Chef Migliaccio to alert him of our return, although he was away on business during
Ahhhh, the moment we’ve been waiting for finally arrived as we encountered that wonderful sign letting you know you are leaving Capri and entering Anacapri – – next stop, Caesar Augustus. The return to one of our favorite hotels, our home away from home, was just as majestic as we left it.
The two hour flight from Paris to Naples was uneventful which made for a wonderful start to our time in Anacapri. After arriving in Naples, we met our driver and was escorted to the car, then off to the marina for the speedboat to Capri. We met our captain, Diego, born and raised in Capri