Dishcrawl Hampton Roads made its way through the streets of Portsmouth Tuesday night.
I purposely didn’t eat anything Saturday morning just to make sure I would be ready to eat my fill of she-crab soup. I love she-crab soup; I’ve been catching and eating blue crabs as far back as I can remember. I even had a “secret” spot under a trestle I would go to and net a bunch of them. This day will be easy though, all the prep work was done and all I had to do was stand in line and hold my hand out; someone would then put a little cup of soup in it! Rinse, dry, repeat.
Join us on a Dishcrawl through downtown Portsmouth! The historic city is home to some of the best eateries in Hampton Roads. Tuesday, April 30th discover what all the fuss is about as we take a delicious tour through 4 of P-Town's restaurants.
10. Tortilla West- Ladies, if you love a man who loves art and himself in the arts, this is your domain. Wear jeans and a t-shirt with an obscure pop culture reference and you'll fit right in.... Warning: Guys that cry while making love can get old...
Saturday May 4th is The Mariner’s Craft Beer Festival! Small craft beers amongst the small craft? Pure brilliance!
Bourdain fans, and those who just know his name and reputation, would not have been disappointed with the show opening. He came out swinging—tossing the F-bomb liberally and putting his culinary rivals in the crosshairs. Anthony Bourdain’s infamous feud with Paula Dean was the first to be addressed with a montage of photos projected on a huge screen. The full house was treated to several compromising shots of Dean doing anything from licking celebrity chef Robert Irvine’s abs (wtf?) to kissing Chef Mario Batali.
10. Red Dog- if you are trying to mack on a college girl this is your joint. Just remember frat boys like to fight and college girls are young and often stupid... Get in and then get out...
The text message read: “What is all this Vegan horseshit you are filling my wife’s head with?”
The East Coast She-Crab Soup Classic will have 19 of the area’s best restaurants showcasing their version of a soup historically significant to the region. The entrance fee allows guests to sample she-crab soup from participating restaurants and even judge their favorites. It is a cost effective way to get to know each restaurant all in one spot.