The Best Places to Visit for Fresh Seafood

If you’re on the hunt for a new place to visit and you want good food and a beach—look no further.

If you think of yourself as a seafood aficionado and need a getaway, let’s explore a few of the best places to visit for fresh seafood!

Georgetown, Maine

Let’s kick off this seafood extravaganza in the eastern United States. Maine is known for its New England clambakes and variety of lobster shacks along the coastline. Feast on a fresh lobster roll made with scrumptious lobster meat mixed with mayonnaise in a buttered, toasted roll. Georgetown is one the best places to try locally caught and expertly prepared seafood.

You must try Five Islands Lobster Co. This casual restaurant sits on an active fisherman’s wharf in Sheepscot Bay, near some of the coldest and deepest parts of the ocean. You can watch lobsters be pulled from the ocean and then served almost straight to your table. You can also choose from their fried seafood options.

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Pinky Cole of Slutty Vegan Announces the Upcoming Opening of New Slutty Vegan Location in Duluth, GA

Will Serve 100% Vegan Burgers, Sandwiches, Sides & Desserts For Takeout & Delivery

Pinky Cole, the visionary, Founder and CEO behind Slutty Vegan, Bar Vegan and The Pinky Cole Foundation, announces the opening of a new Slutty Vegan location in Duluth, GA. Located in Gwinnett County (2131 Pleasant Hill Rd.), the restaurant will open in late 2021 and serve an expansive menu featuring creative takes on 100% plant-based burgers, sandwiches and meals made with Impossible meat and donning cheeky names. 

After a successful pop-up in Duluth, the Slutty Vegan mogul decided that it was going to be the home of her next location. Slutty Vegan Duluth will be Cole’s fourth food and beverage concept since launching Slutty Vegan in 2018. 

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Custom Clothing Brand, Personal Chef to Cater to Fashionistas And Foodies On National Food Day

Custom fashion design comes together with custom personal chef deliciousness on October 24 in Atlanta on National Food Day, when two creative entrepreneurs from both industries merge efforts to offer a stylishly tasty experience for attendees.  

Created by two African-American women business owners, Indrea Gordon, fashion designer and founder of the Quad Clothing Company, a division of Platinum House Style, and Kendra Bates, founder, HoniiSoul Personal Chef Services, a luxury personal culinary experience service, the “Fashion Meets Food” Experience, will cater to fashionistas and foodies alike. In addition, both Gordon and Bates want to make community impact and bring some sense of togetherness, empowerment and escape from the challenges of everyday life for attendees, through this event.

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Tips for Hosting Your First Brunch Party

Do you want to host brunch but don’t know where to start? Don’t worry; we’re here to help. Check out these great tips for hosting your first brunch.

What’s better than breakfast and lunch? It’s brunch. Gather your closest friends or family members for a tasty midday meal. If you have never hosted brunch before, that’s okay. All you need is a few great people and a delicious meal. If you have those things, you’ll be fine. Get started planning by reading these tips for hosting your first brunch party.

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Pioneer Launches Search for First-Ever Chief Gravy Guru

On your mark, grab your whisks, get cooking!

Gravy fanatics go head-to-head for the opportunity to win $5,000 and lifetime bragging rights

Is “pass the gravy” your go-to saying? Then time to listen up! Pioneer, a subsidiary of leading food manufacturer C.H. Guenther & Son, today launched a contest marking the start of a nationwide search for the first-ever Chief Gravy Guru in honor of their 170th anniversary. The honorary role was created for the self-proclaimed gravy lover who doggedly insists on incorporating gravy in breakfast, lunch and dinner. The honorary title comes with $5,000 and lifetime bragging rights around the dinner table for the winner. 

Beginning today and continuing through October 25th, gravy fans can submit an original recipe, photography, and an essay explaining why they should be the first-ever Chief Gravy Guru at  The Official Rules for the contest can be found here.

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