Better Then Sex Restaurant a Key West Exotic.
A certain and must visit for desert. Esoteric and deep they go beyond.
The some chocolate fondue is not what you'll find here.
Instead you are tempted into decadent and delectable flavors, textures and aromas.
When in Rome... try the " Kinky Key Lime Pie" or a "Tongue Bath Truffle"
Simply a wonderful Behind Your Destination place to visit!
By: Staff Writer
THE BILGE PUMPS - Masters of piratical song and buccaneer buffoonery!
SEADOG SLAM - Pirate Poet Laureates of the open sea!
THE DUBLIN DOUBLE - The Jack Tar Tavern's pub singers extraordinaire!
GREEN MAN CLAN - From Rennie to folk to Fraggles, they'll sing it all!
BLUE MOON BOUCANNIERS - Salty sea beggars of the Caribbean!
THE FRENCH COURT - Royals and Cavaliers at their finest!
TRIBELCIA DREAMS - Beauteous Bellydance Sirens of Seven Seas!
DR. HARMONIOUS SCOTT - The Pirate Shantyman!
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Welcome to the 10th Annual Daytona Beach Crawfish, Seafood & more… Festival on historic Main Street Daytona Beach. Brought to you by Politis & Matovina;Brighthouse Networks; Daytona Beverages; News Journal; Daytona Beach Main Street Merchants Association; Dirty Harry’s Pub; Full Moon Saloon; Cruisin Café; Froggy’s Saloon; Main Street Station; Bad Boys Saloon; Chrome Bar & Grill…
The 2014 Daytona Beach Crawfish Festival will be held Saturday & Sunday May 10th & 11th, 2014 on Main Street between Peninsula & A1A starting at 12:00 Noon both days. Please look at the Festival schedule page for times, street closures, parking directions etc.
Starting at 12:00 Noon Saturday May 10, 2014 Crawfish will be sold in the Full Moon Saloon parking lot located at 700 Main Street. At 6:00PM Saturday Main Street will be closed to vehicle traffic and the street will come alive with vendors, entertainment at more through 1:00 AM Sunday. Sunday May 11, 2014 beginning at 12:00 Noon Crawfish will be sold until they are all gone.
Come on down and enjoy Great Crawfish and other foods along with a fun time for kids and adults alike. For more information and/or to reserve vendor space contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 386-295-7999 and ask for Tom Guest.
By Jeff Stolowitz,
Thursday May 8th May 2014
It was about 7 years ago I was introduced to Compass Box Scotch at a tasting which if I recall was somewhere in NJ. I was then the President of Marketing and Sales for The Alternative Press. My fascination of Scotch and Whiskey grew from there. Somewhere along the line I met Warren Bobrow who is an accomplished author and aficionado of "The Spirits" and followed his writings and photography it kept me yearning for more knowledge of my passion food and wine.
I have been blogging about many things lately and was looking for an interesting subject when simultaneously Compass Box Whiskey and my friend and colleague Warren posted something on Facebook, Social Media does have its uses....
It occurred to me I should write about Compass Box's great success and a little of their history.
A small independently owned company started in 2000 has spawned the release of some incredible Scotch Whiskeys over the years.
Don't be confused they are blenders who craft and artfully combine their spirits for anyone to enjoy.While a small firm based in London they are a growing entity and you can now find them in many fine dining establishments across the world.
To purchase any of their many fine wares visit them at www.CompassBoxwhiskey.com
If you know what Peat is then this will enthrall you If you don't then it will educate you as to what it would be like to walk through Peat Bogs in the late part of fall. Earth and spice mix to create a balanced harmony.
On the nose on the palette with an incredible long lasting but deviant finish. This is a World Whiskey Award Winner and it promises what it preaches and is definitely a Peat Monster
Oak and Richness with a beautiful range of spices on the nose round this well crafted Malt Whiskey.
The complexity of this blend actually makes it simple to drink and mixed with a few drops of water brings out a hint of citrus reminding one of the Islands. Without a doubt a Pirate Captains dream to drink while sailing or enjoying a fire beachside.
Great King Artists Blend
Fruit, Fresh cut Grass a hearty whiff of Vanilla and you have and Artists Blend. While there is a toastyness reminiscent of coffee it is unusually satisfying and exotic.
If you can find it hold on to it this a rare gem.
2201 Benjamin Franklin Dr.
Sarasota, FL 34236
With musical performances by Lesa Silvermore, Twiglix, Summer Survivors, Go Man, and S.N.A.P.M., as well as free drinks and free food for all!
The Gates open at 7 PM.
The event is located at South Lido Park.
Once you park, head out to the water, and walk left down the beach, until you see torchlight.
Everyone's welcome, but bring your IDs. Sorry, but no one under 21 will be served alcohol.
This is the Hamptons Last of the Giant Night Clubs.
For the Past few years an entrepreneur and native of Hampton Bays Patrick McCormack has been leasing space from the Beach Bar to craft a weekend culinary powerhouse in the Hamptons.
For the 2nd year they feature John Heaney as the Chef and though the past Chef's including Jeff Stolowittz, Mark Padavan, and Brain Mazzio may be gone the influence remains.
This summer is sure to be a grand success with the return of Jessica and Megan, Chris and other faithful who will surprise you with specials and incredible vibes.
For special reservations and other event info visit http://www.shuckerslobsterbar.com/