(Editor’s note: AJ from Live from a Lounge has offered a second Admirals Club day pass, so I’ll pick two winners at random. Thanks AJ!!) I heard from a reader JJ who runs a website that serves as a news and deals resource for the blind and visually impaired community. He wrote to tell me that he had an Admirals Club day pass that he won’t be able to use, and so that it doesn’t go to waste he’s kindly offered it up for a reader giveaway.
To use the day pass you must “present it at the Admirals Club lounge for admittance before July 31, 2013.”
Since it’s expiring soon, I’ll make this easy.
One of the reasons I love to travel is that I enjoy searching out great food. Anytime I visit a city I look for a place to eat that’s off the tourist path.
Much of my travel is domestic, but I’ve found some awesome places to eat foods from around the world: shio ramen in LA, Portuguese chicken in Montreal, Peruvian chicken near D.C., Sri Lankan lampries on Staten Island, and Armenian kebabs in LA’s Diamond District. I also love to eat classic American regional foods like North Carolina shrimp burgers and New Hampshire pancakes and maple syrup.
We have some great places to eat in Dallas. When friends come to town, I’ll often take them to eat at one of my favorite restaurants off the tourist path: King’s Noodle for the hand pulled Taiwan style beef dry noodle, La’ Me for Vietnamese bánh mì and iced coffee, Jimmy’s Food Store for a fantastic Italian meatball sandwich, Nuevo Leon for chicken enchiladas with chocolate coffee mole sauce (truly, the food of the gods!), The Mecca for chicken fried steak, or (just added to the list) Pecan Lodge for BBQ.
I’m always working on my list of places to try, so to enter the giveaway just tell me the best off the tourist path restaurant in your hometown – the one awesome place that only locals know about.
I’ll have a random drawing at noon (CDT) tomorrow, July 25, to pick a winner.
Thanks again to JJ for the Admirals Club day pass!!
Good luck! I can’t wait to read your best foodie tips!