If you’re craving Italian food but hankering for a refreshing Mexican cocktail on a warm spring day, Paisano’s has your solution: the Italian margarita.
Lawrence Libations visits Paisano's Ristorante, 2112 W. 25th St., and tries an Italian Margarita.
If The Burger Stand is known for one thing — aside from its burgers — it’s probably the fries.
Off the Beaten Plate visits The Burger Stand and tries out the polenta fries.
At first glance, O Café’s jja jang myeon — a Chinese-derived, Korean-adopted noodle dish — looks a bit spooky.
Off the Beaten Plate visits O Cafe Korean Restaurant, 1530 W. Sixth St., for some interesting Korean dishes.
For this week’s Off the Beaten Plate, we decided to try out another Latin American-inspired twist on a popular American dish: the chorizo sloppy José (get it?) at Global Café.
This week, Off the Beaten Plate goes to Global Cafe and checks out the Chorizo Sloppy José.
Sweet, sour and possibly the tartest fruit this side of a lemon, the kumquat is a bite-sized, seasonal winter citrus.
All the same, I couldn’t quite commit to serving up a can of SpaghettiOs for dinner-proper, as my son requested soon after learning the jingle. Instead, I decided to try to make SpaghettiOs from scratch.
There’s nothing like a hot, literally steaming glass of wine on a chilly winter day.
Lawrence Libations visits John Brown's Underground for a glass of poached-pear mulled wine.
A few local chefs name their favorite local menu item.
For this week’s Off the Beaten Plate, we traveled south of the border by way of Italy with Minksy’s tostada pizza.
Off the Beaten Plate visits Minsky's for its Tostada Pizza
The Waffle Iron, 920 Delaware St., offers a rotating selection of waffles, and only waffles. Reporter Joanna Hlavacek and photographer Richard Gwin had a chance to check out this waffle heaven.
If, like me, your everyday breakfast consists of two Eggo waffles hastily eaten on the ride to work, a meal at The Waffle Iron is a particularly special occasion.
Don't let the name fool you — this dish doesn't involve any bread.
These chocolate-dipped orange shortbread cookies when tucked into a book bag or left on the counter for a late-night snack were a sweet way for my husband and I to say, “I’m thinking of you” without spending the rent money.
With Kansas celebrating its 154th birthday last week, it only seemed appropriate to follow up that momentous occasion with a Kansas-centric martini for this month's Lawrence Libations.