Going out to eat at a nice restaurant can prove to be quite pricey, especially if you’re eating out frequently. However, don’t fret—instead of just staying at home and missing out on a fantastic meal, try these money-saving tips that will allow you to still enjoy fine dining without breaking the bank every time.
This post was written by Tristan Roberts, from South Lake Tahoe, California.
One of the best parts of travel is dining in new places, but as visitors we often miss out on some of the best available options. If you’re visiting South Lake Tahoe, check out these local favorites and taste the best we have to offer, but be sure to explore. As with any other growing city, our restaurant scene is constantly changing, and there are more than a few gems to be found that couldn’t make my list.
When we’re in the mood for a taste of the Caribbean, we head over to Coconuts in downtown Palo Alto. Dining there and listening to reggae music makes us feel like we’re back in the Caribbean again!
Top Tapas Bars in Madrid
When you think of Spanish food you instantly conjure up the image of tapas, small delicious mouthfuls of Mediterranean vegetables, cured meats, fresh bread and cheeses. The modern tapas provide customers with a wide range of traditional Spanish delicacies to enjoy, so you can really experience all of the different tastes on offer. An increasingly popular way of allowing customers to choose their dishes is to have them on display behind glass cabinets, ideal for those who can’t read the menu or are ensure of what to choose.