Nicky searched high and low all over New York for a new suitcase when her’s broke while on tour. She happened upon this store just as many were closing shop and found her beloved Eagle Creek suitcase. Rose at Altman … Continued
Altman Luggage Co.
Brad Purdy is the executive chef with the Maine Media Workshops and he prepared the most unbelievable spread of food for us in our dressing room before our show in Rockport. There was every variety of vegetable and salad you … Continued
We’re sure this is not the best Italian restaurant in all of London, but we were happy with our pastas, salads and pizzas and enjoyed the bustling craziness of the restaurant and the street on which it was situated.
La Brioche Lyonnaise
The day after our show In Montreal with Rose Cousins, we all hooked up and met at this restaurant for brunch. The food was rich and delicious (there are SO many good restaurants in Montreal so we’re not sure where … Continued
Though the Jennys have never performed in Davis (which is about a half an hour away from the Sacramento airport), we feel like we know the town based on our love affair with this sushi restaurant. Monster rolls full of … Continued
The Harbor View Cafe
This beautiful place was recommended to us by a number of people in Wisconsin and we were lucky to get a seat as soon as the restaurant opened – people streamed in steadily as we took our seats and ordered … Continued
We made a point of walking down to Maggie’s after every person we met in Lincoln raved about this tiny vegetarian haven. And after we ate there, we understood why. The organic coffee was strong, the salads heaping, and the … Continued
La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant
It seems all we ate in Salina was Mexican food! This restaurant was a cheaper, more authentic version than Gutierrez and we stuffed ourselves on rice, beans and soft tacos. Perfect!
The Malt Shovel
Fabulous celery and stilton soup (why do so few chefs North America use stilton in soup??) and a great ale from Cardiff called The Reverand James made this stop a good one.
Though obviously not a restaurant, Swell Times is worth a mention because of its impressive collection of kitschy items, collectibles and memorabilia. The owners are friendly and funny and a stroll through the store is sure to result in a … Continued