Niceville, FL, US
This place is special to me because of the time I lived there. Washington DC is known to the rest of the nation for politics, but for the locals, the upmost importance is given to happy hour and BRUNCH! Saturday and Sunday brunches happen all over the city and I wanted to share some of my favorites along with the dish they are best known for. Bon appetit!
Austin, TX, US
This place is special to me because...I just moved to Austin this summer, so it's my new neighborhood that I have enjoyed exploring through food. These are a few of my favorite breakfast spots in downtown Austin. Here it's Tacos over Burritos in the morning, and I have to say the Migas at VeraCruz are the best! My favorite trendy, chill and work places are on the west side, along with some great diners. But, the absolute best place is a bit north of downtown so I had to squeeze it in - Bird Bird Biscuit. It is worth the extra drive - get the fresh fried Queen Beak sandwich it's the best in town!
Los Angeles, California, US
My cousin Kirsten and I meet for breakfast about every three weeks. For years, we went to the same two or three places. About two years ago, we decided that we would try a new restaurant every time we went to breakfast. This map is a record of the restaurants we tried out in the past two years. The limiting factor (being Los Angeles) was traffic, so we mostly went places between our two houses in the west end of the San Fernando Valley.
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Reykjavik holds a great combination of historic Viking history and modern art, music and food. Reykjavik is a small enough city where it is very simple to walk and get around and on one stroll you can see a statue of a Viking slaying a dragon, eat a very unique Icelandic hot dog and see some beautiful modern architecture. At 66 degrees north, that is just the tip of the iceberg (so to speak).
Some of these businesses have been around for over 100 years! These are portraits of the owners. They tend to their shops daily and if you stop in, you'll probably see them!
I'm preparing for a research trip in spring 2012 to study seabirds and living environments in some of the Scottish Isles. This is for a graphic novel I'm working on: a fairy tale about a special relationship between a girl and an unusual bird for the area: a swan. TDAT gave me the perfect excuse to plan my route.