Montreal QC, Canada

I’m not afraid to tell you that I can be quite ignorant and uncultured. Sometimes┬áI just don’t know what is going on and make assumptions about one’s culture that I assume are fact ...

Ole! Spain Delishop, Santa Ana CA

The Country of Spain has always had a special place in my heart, it’s one of the first countries that I visited when I first traveled internationally and has been a place that I’ve gone ba...

Vy in the Reading Terminal Market (Philadelphia)

After my busy weekend in Raleigh, North Carolina I landed in Los Angeles International airport jetlagged, full, and excited for my next adventure in another city. I only had 2 nights back home before...

Sessions West Coast Deli, Huntington Beach

Across the street from the beautiful Huntington Beach pier on the famous Pacific Coast Highway lies “Sessions West Coast Deli,” a small and charming sandwich shop that boasts one of the be...

Vy Goes to Raleigh, North Carolina

I recently obtained a job with the popular nerdy clothing site teeturtle.com where I get to go and run their booths at various pop culture conventions around the world (awesome!). My first assignment ...

Spike’s Fish House, Laguna Niguel CA

Part of the reason why I decided to write about sandwiches (other than my unhealthy obsession for them) was that you can find a sandwich almost anywhere in the world at almost every restaurant. It doe...

The OC Night Market

The OC Night Market has been holding Asian inspired foodie events for several years now at the OC fairgrounds in Costa Mesa, California. I first heard about it last year from my chef friends, who were...

Travel Style: Tours V.S. Independent travel

Travel has been an integral part of my life since I was 18 years old. It started with a high school graduation trip through the Mediterranean with a former teacher (and friend) who organized an itiner...