Yakisoba and Karaage at The Capital – Regina

Yakisoba and Karaage at The Capital – Regina

It’s been a while since I’ve visited The Capitol on Hamilton in downtown Regina, and Christmas drinks with old work friends was a great opportunity to go back to this great spot. I was greeted with a great Christmas vibe, and a dirty martini as good as the...
Wann Izakaya – Regina

Wann Izakaya – Regina

Wann Izakaya is a new Japanese restaurant in downtown Regina (opened in late 2016).   As we watched the old Hanabi space on Broad and Victoria be renovated and revitalized into Wann, David an I were quite excited to visit for the first time. It did not disappoint! The...
Dolly in Moose Jaw

Dolly in Moose Jaw

When I heard Dolly Parton would be bringing her Pure and Simple tour to Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, I was immediately excited to see her. Legends are legends for a reason… they know how to entertain an audience! I was tasked with getting tickets on a Saturday...
A Night in Catalan – Willow on Wascana

A Night in Catalan – Willow on Wascana

One of the things we love about our local Willow on Wascana restaurant is the inventive tasting menu and wine pairings. When we heard they were holding a special “Night in Catalan” event featuring a Spanish winery, we were instantly all for it. The...
What Makes a Foodie?

What Makes a Foodie?

David and I watched an interesting documentary called “Foodie” on Netflix that asks the question – what makes a person want to travel for food, spend a lot of money doing it, and blog about it? For David, I think the clear motivator is his creativity...
Chop Steakhouse – Regina

Chop Steakhouse – Regina

While I generally prefer supporting locally-owned restaurants at home, a work lunch gave me the chance to try Chop Steakhouse – recently opened in South Regina. This chain looks like it could give good old Regina faves Earls and the Keg a run for their money. As...

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