Very few things could get me to hightail across town in the middle of rush hour like thick chunks of lobster meat wedged between two pieces of buttered bread. I definitely have my priorities straight when it comes to dinner! Cousins Maine Lobster serve their rolls two different ways, and I opted for the Connecticut Lobster Roll (served warm with butter and lemon). My fellow gluttons and I decided to order more food under the guise of sharing (when in reality, we just wanted to eat more without being judged). Lobster Tots sounded promising, but let's be honest. No matter what you throw on it, they're still tater tots in the end and probably not worth $13.50. We also ordered New England Clam Chowder, and that was a great choice. The soup was rich, and they didn't skimp on the seafood. I'll definitely be back for more very soon!
Cities such as Milan, New York, and London usually come to mind when people talk about fashion week. What many don't realize though, is that there is often a very vibrant and exciting fashion scene in their local communities. When I was invited to see what was going on in Orange County, I was more than happy to give my support and see what local designers were producing. I definitely recommend getting plugged into your local community. There are so many talented individuals right at your doorstep!