You won't find bonbon flavors like Chevere, featuring goat cheese, Pear Williams and crushed black pepper buttercream or Cinco de Mayo, with sharp lemon tequila ganache, anywhere else. Chuao Chocolatier specializes in crafting creative flavor profiles with the best chocolate available, using the same methods of growing and harvesting cacao in Venezuela as farmers did in the 16th century. There is an art to tasting this rare chocolate, so let it melt in your mouth and indulge slowly to really appreciate each flavor dancing across your tongue.
Earth Day is celebrated globally by 175 countries every year on April 22nd. It's no surprise that many restaurants and bars in the nation's capital are joining in the effort to bring awareness to the need to preserve and appreciate Earth and its natural environment.
To help save the planet and eat well at the same time, you don't have to wait until April 22nd. Many of the following restaurants and bars are beginning their Earth Day celebrations as early as April 15th. Get yourself some Earth-friendly transportation and head on over to the following locations:
More and more people are becoming interested in consuming local, organic and sustainable ingredients. Why? They're healthy, energizing and good for the mind and environment. Unfortunately, maintaining a sustainable diet and a fruitful bank account is a challenge.
Your solution: Nopalito.
This Mexican restaurant offers flavorful, organic and affordable fare that leaves you craving another visit. With its laidback, intimate atmosphere and indoor and outdoor heated patio seating, Nopalito welcomes you.
It wasn’t long ago that the term “eco-friendly fashion” conjured up the less-than stylish image of a Birkenstock-clad hippie swathed in flowing, unflattering fabrics of various prints and patterns. For others, perhaps, the term calls to mind the archetypal vegetarian footwear of yore, which was often bizarrely similar to Grandma’s orthopedic shoes.
Fashionable? I think not. But, Alas—times have changed, my friend, and “going green” has proven to gain headway in the world of fashion as many designers are choosing to utilize products that are ecologically sustainable or certified fair trade.
The number of cafes specializing in tea is spare in comparison to the number of coffee houses in New York City. However, one just opened on the side of the Flatiron Building, called Argo Tea, that features over 30 different teas from various areas in the world. What makes Argo Tea really unique is that they blend a number of teas to create signature beverages such as White Tea Açaí Squeeze, Earl Grey Vanilla Crème, and Green Tea Ginger Twist to name a few. Their signature drinks provide a wide variety of flavors, from fruity to milky, and even include bubble tea.