Author Archive: Leah Miller

Leah Miller has been to four continents, 32 countries, 23 U.S. states, and is not going to count the cities. That would just be bragging. She is originally from Montgomery County, Maryland, just outside her nation’s capitol of Washington D.C. When Leah was living in Switzerland and later Colombia, she would convince people to visit Philadelphia, where she lived for five years and claims is the greatest city in America. Now Leah resides in Brooklyn, NY, where she is a Technical Public Health Writer by day and Travel Writer by night. The daughter of a stewardess, Leah was a born jetsetter. Since then, she has moved on from the fancy family vacations and prefers roughing it through unknown territory.

rss feed

Delectable Plates Served With a Wink and a Smile at Skytown

Delectable Plates Served With a Wink and a Smile at Skytown

[ 0 ] November 12, 2013 |

White Christmas lights behind the bar, a painting of an overweight child in a bob, mismatched chairs, and mason jars, mason jars and more mason jars. There isn’t much else inside of Skytown, the hipster central of Bushwick, BK. There isn’t much else outside of the restaurant either—at least nothing that stands out. Delis and […]

Read More

Have a Spicy and Intimate Experience at Thai X-ing

Have a Spicy and Intimate Experience at Thai X-ing

[ 0 ] November 12, 2013 |

Thai X-ing (pronounced: Thai crossing) is a tiny restaurant on a residential street in Washington D.C. Well, basement apartment turned into restaurant, which is why it is on a residential block. Placed on the middle of the block with row homes on either side to the end of the block, you would never know of […]

Read More

Casimir: Bottomless Brunch Drinks With a French Twist

Casimir: Bottomless Brunch Drinks With a French Twist

[ 0 ] November 12, 2013 |

Over the course of numerous years of brunching throughout NYC, Casimir is decidedly my favorite spot. Usually, when you’re on your last bite, the waitress is already at your table offering to top-off your drink as she hands you the check. In my experience, Casimir is the only restaurant that offers endless Bloody Marys and […]

Read More