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Stephen Rushmore Jr.
Stephen Rushmore Jr. has contributed multiple posts reviewing restaurants all over the country. He mainly focuses on Ice Cream parlors, ice cream shops and anything that serves the delectable treat we all love. See his posts if you are looking for a cool summer cone!
I stopped by Señor Big Ed’s Restaurant in Cypress, California because I have been craving some good, authentic Puerto Rican food. They have a two part menu, one featuring Mexican staples and the other Puerto Rican. Since moving across the country to the west coast I have missed some of my favorite cuisines that are … Continue reading Señor Big Ed
A true working man’s bar with an unforgettable double cheeseburger, the Workingman’s Friend is an Indianapolis classic. Continue reading The Workingman’s Friend | Roadfood Restaurants
Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory flavors are true and clear — old-fashioned simple rather than palate-numbing rich. The Brooklyn waterfront is your dining room. Continue reading Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory | Roadfood Restaurants
Milk shakes galore at the oldest restaurant in Anderson, Indiana. The lemon shake packs strong citrus flavor and a perfect balance of sweet and tart. Continue reading Lemon Drop | Roadfood Restaurants
I cannot think of a better duo than coffee and ice cream. I adore each one on their own, but together, they create a myriad of counterbalances: sweet and bitter, hot and cold, laid-back and energetic. They are opposites in many ways, but that makes them perfect complements to each other. I stopped by Deep … Continue reading Deep Barrel Roaster & Creamery
The Best Affordable Restaurants in Miami that Won’t Break the Bank Miami is a city that’s known for its vibrant culture, stunning beaches, and amazing dining scene. However, finding affordable restaurants in Miami can be a bit of a challenge, especially if you’re looking for quality meals that won’t break the bank. But don’t worry, … Continue reading The Best Affordable Restaurants in Miami, FL
Talk to any local of Southern California and ask where they can find the best pastrami and they will all tell you that The Hat is where you need to go. A staple of the area since 1951, The Hat grew from a single shop in East Los Angeles to a mini-chain of eleven locations … Continue reading The Hat
A family eatery in the small town of Spicewood, Opie’s is a Hill Country best: no-frills BBQ for which people drive miles away from Austin. Continue reading Opie’s BBQ | Roadfood Restaurants
Look past the less-than-ideal location and be rewarded with Los Tacos No. 1’s mouthwatering adobada pork, fresh tortillas, and mini calzone–like quesadilla. Continue reading Los Tacos No. 1 | Roadfood Restaurants