Best Restaurants and Pubs in Dublin for Students

Dublin is the perfect city to spend a weekend in. From the churches, museums, to a fine pint of Guinness, you are guaranteed to have fun in this city! You may have heard some rumors of the city being pretty expensive, but it’s not an expensive trip if you know what restaurants in Dublin the locals go to for cheap and delicious food and drinks! Here’s the perfect way to spend your 48 hours in Dublin:

Read More

find the best restaurants in any city

How to Find the Best Restaurants in Any City

One of the hardest things to do with a big group of people is decide where to eat. Everyone has different opinions, nobody wants to be responsible if it turns out to be bad, and typically, nobody wants to step up to make a decision. By following these nine steps, I guarantee you’ll be able to find the best restaurants in any city. 

Read More


The Ultimate Dublin Pub Crawl

Home to the world-famous Guinness Brewery, the city of Dublin knows a thing or two about pubs. You won’t be able to wander down one of the main streets without stumbling upon a traditional Irish drinking den or a more modern evolution. Read More


A Foodies Guide to Copenhagen

Copenhagen is filled with some of the happiest people in the world — officially. Named the happiest country on earth in 2016, Copenhagen has a lot to offer. Most people know about the amazing scenic views and canals but this location is a foodies dream. Experience the best of all meals in this beautiful city with this must-see foodies guide to Copenhagen.

Read More

Summer Travel Photo Contest Winner Announcement

We teamed up with online food ordering service, EatStreet, on a photo contest to send one lucky winner to Chicago with $500 of EatStreet food credit to spend on pizza, subs, sushi and more delicious noms! After receiving hundreds of submissions, we had to make the tough decision of choosing a winner. You all sent so many wonderful photos from your adventures around the world!

Read More

Visit Ancient Japan

Japan is on a lot of people’s bucket lists. Most people put it off because they have been told how expensive it is (false). Japan is one of the most breathtaking countries; this has a lot to do with the preservation of its national heritage. Ancient Japan is still alive in many of the cities. If you’re looking to take part in the heritage of an ancient kingdom, marvel at the care that goes into every detail of Japanese culture, or taste the succulent dishes of an island nation born to innovate, then you should most definitely visit these places in ancient Japan:

Read More


Sydney Bites Down Under (and I don’t mean the shark type!)

While Sydney crawls its way up the ‘most expensive places to live’ list, it’s easy to forget the possibility of a Uni lifestyle, because lo and behold, student-friendly pockets exist and eating on a budget is on the cards! Hard to deny her natural beauty, Sydney’s food scene has taken advantage of the endless coastline, harbour inlets and the modest bustle of the CBD. With industrial foundations spread throughout, it’s no doubt fertile ground for gentrification- and when old meets new here Down Under- something tasty happens. From the Northern Beaches, to New-York-style drinking holes, and up the coastline to the infamous Bondi Beach, Sydney is tempting you with tastes one meal at a time. Read More

The Best U.S. Summer Food Festivals in August

Need some ideas of how to spend your August weekends? If you’re taking a road trip around the country or just making the most of your weekend, you should definitely look into stopping by some of the great food festivals happening around the country during the late summer. Even if you’re not a foodie, you can still enjoy all that these festivals have to offer. Check out four of the best summer food festivals in August across the United States below, but fair warning, this post might make you hungry! Read More

A Taste of Prague

Prague, Czech Republic – A modern day fairy tale city where the beer flows cheaper than water. I could write about the Pražský orloj (Prague Astronomical Clock) in Old Town Square, or the “Walk of Apostles” that takes place at two o’clock everyday, or Pražský hrad (Prague Castle), which is most accessible via the Karlův most (Charles Bridge), but I won’t because instead I’m going to write about the food, the beer, the wine, and the markets. Read More