Jonathan Greer

Jonathan is a native Texan with two degrees in music and a hunger to learn more about people and places. His journeys always seem to revolve around food and beverage, and often a good hike to work them off. Seeking the advice of locals, he's always finding exciting new hot spots and beloved haunts to share.

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Go Here for Top-Notch Italian Sandwiches in Dallas

Dallas is full of hidden gems. The city is full of dining surprises, including a variety of roaming food trucks, old-school diners, and an array of taco stands and elotes carts. But as the rise of...

Texas Staple and Meat-Lover’s Haven, Snow’s BBQ

Waking up before the sunrise is not part of my regular routine. The short list of things that would ever lead me to get up before 8 am include gracious rides to the airport for...

The Original Donut Shop: Donuts & Breakfast Tacos in San Antonio

Great meals and dining experiences capture our senses, leaving landmarks in our memory. The sensational smell simmering on the stove top. The taste of a perfectly seasoned sauce melding with its protein. The feeling of juices...

From Dallas to San Antonio by Train

Featured image by Nan Palmero Any frequent Texan traveler knows the horrors of driving IH-35. The heavily trafficked interstate is an anxiety filled road of 18-wheelers, frantic fellow drivers, countless construction zones and the infamous parking...

Farm to Table Food in East Dallas

Photos by Jonathan Greer “Farm to Table” is a familiar term to anyone who has eaten at a restaurant in the last few years. For over a decade, chefs have been looking to local sources to create...

When Dreary Fall Weather Hits, Head to This German-American Deli

Photos by Jonathan Greer A dreary fall day is the perfect time for comfort food. San Antonio is not known for great amounts of rain, but every now and then, a gloomy overcast day makes South...

Health Camp– a restaurant that’s anything but healthy

A journey from Dallas to Austin can be a frustrating trek. IH-35 always seems to be under construction in numerous spots and it can leave drivers in varying states of Hangry.  There is no shortage...

Authentic ramen comes to Dallas

Enter any college student’s kitchen, and you are bound to find a collection of bright colored packages labeled “Top Ramen”.  Instant noodles have been keeping American college students full of sodium for years thanks to...

Discovering the Real Dublin

Eight minutes into our Uber drive from the Dublin Airport, the driver made sure to tell my friends and I that spending the bulk of our stay in the Temple Bar district was a big...

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24 Hours in Puerto Vallarta

Collecting moments is one of the few things I hold close to my heart. Moments, however, get confused with the arrival. For me, it's everything...

San Antonio: Where History and Culture Meet

San Antonio is a city with a radiant atmosphere where the remains of an interesting past merge with the energy of an even more...

Top 5 Weird British Pubs

The pub is a British institution. You could go to any corner pub, but we found the most unique pubs you can visit in...

The Most Underrated Beach Towns in Panama

1. Aguadulce, Cocle Aguadulce is a quiet town in the interior of Panama. The people here primarily work in agriculture, sea salt production, and some...

Dubrovnik – Croatia’s hidden gem

A short drive from Cilipi Airport and you'll find yourself in a picturesque medieval town on the shores of the crystal blue Adriatic Sea. Welcome...