Real american feast at Ohana J’s in Cocoa Beach, Florida. The place has good service, is clean and are serving good sized portions of American food. The Quesadillas are really good!! I can totally recommend this place if you are up for this type of food. The only downer was their cocktails. They were not nice.
Quesadilla, coconut shrimps, and potato skins. We had them as a starter.
Ohana means family in Hawaiian. And the place is family owned by the Osgood family.
There is this little Italian place in South Beach, Miami that I just love! Nice staff, great food
and a fantastic warm inviting atmosphere.
The pasta is great, just with the perfect flavours. So is the sea food and their steaks. I am a bit picky with food, as I am lucky to work with it. So when I go out privately then I am looking for a full on experience. And this is a place where I get it all. It’s a place to go to with family and friends, eat good genuine Italian food and laugh.
Thanks everyone at Rossella’s. See you again!
Rossella and I.
110 Washington Avenue
South Beach, Miami
There is this fantastic place at Sanibel Island, where I had the Cow-a-Bunga Quesadilla with BBQ pulled pork, sweet bell peppers, onions and Colby-Jack cheese. And I actually had to go there again to order the same. It was just so good.
Miami is really a fantastic place. You can eat, relax, shop… This time we had both rain and sunshine. And we lived at the Marriott Stanton at south beach. Great place, with a heated pool.
I first learned about the palace during the hurricane Irma. I saw some pictures of things floating around inside the palace. And I promised myself to go there, if it didn’t get totally ruined during the hurricane. So I went there some days ago. And wow, what a fascinating and beautiful place. And mega grand! They started to build the palace in 1914, and the owner James Deering only got to live there for 9 Years before he died. And nowadays it is a popular venue for weddings, and lots of tourists visit every day.
We biked for 5 hours, and we went through the “Ding” Darling Wildlife refuge, had coffee at Bailey’s and bought some lunch there. And ended up at Bowman’s beach. The beach, and the sea was amazing.
We biked through the Rabbit Road on the way back, a bit exciting as there were sign’s warning for alligators.. I didn’t see anyone, but Fabian did. I saw a turtle;) wich I feel is more my thing. And I’ve seen enough alligators in Florida anyway.