We Need To Talk About Washington DC’s Chinatown.

Chinatown https://youtu.be/x-FGzH90bNA As an unyielding New Yorker, I always enjoy an authentic Chinatown experience, where I can fetch the far east at my footstep. Washington DC's Chinatown is like no other where you can have an authentic transcendent experience and be transported away to the far east by footstep. enjoy potbelly sandwiches in Chinese. or... Continue Reading →

Getting High up at Anchovy Social, DC’s Newest Penthouse Lounge.

Anchovy socialAddress: 221 Tingey St SE, Washington, DC 20003https://www.anchovysocial.com/menus https://youtu.be/QizcL-K-Puw Well to do drunken sailors and elite social media moguls rejoice at the notion of a hazy night spent in the Yards, Washington DC's brand spanking new adult playground that is just lousy with world class eats and hyperactive watering holes. For a sublime time... Continue Reading →

Where to Stay in Washington DC? The Sexy-Chic Thompson down in The Yards.

Thomson Hotel DC221 Tingey St SE, Washington, DC 20003https://www.thompsonhotels.com/hotels/washington-dc https://youtu.be/-RXC2_fhjVk I was super excited to stay in Washington DC's new built to order hip neighborhood, The Yards, that took the defunct navy yard and magically transformed it into a epicurean and tastemaker paradise. At the center of it and a stone's throw from the baseball... Continue Reading →

The Best Meal I’ve Ever Had? Albi in Washington D.C. Delivers Desert Dreams to Your Table.

AlbiAddress: 1346 4th St SE, Washington, DC 20003http://www.albidc.com/ https://youtu.be/1_4SD1t-v8g While exploring The Yards district nestled in the District of Columbia we discovered what would be our new most favorite dining experience, Albi. And when I say experience, I mean it. Here you journey through the rich complex flavors of Levantine cooking with chef/owner Michael Rafidi... Continue Reading →

My first trip since COVID, Denver, Colorado, and … wow. Just wow.

Is Denver safe for travel during COVID? With this being my first trip since the pandemic I was amazed to find a city conscious of being safe, while offering the best a traveler could expect.

Unsilent Night: NYC most weird & wonderful holiday tradition.

Unsilent Night is by far my favorite (and surrealist) holiday activity. Phil Kline composed a song in 1992, and each year he comes out to Washington Square, with a bunch of boom boxes and cassettes to meet up with hundreds of people. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-SCI-9HUtY&feature=youtu.be You can download the song or grab a cassette (yes, cassette) and... Continue Reading →

All aboard the Aranui 5: Papeete, Tahiti to the Marquesas Islands.

This was a trip for the books ... Get Lost Magazine sent me to Tahiti to cruise with the legendary Aranui to the remote Polynesian Marquesas islands. What's so special about the Aranui is that it's half cargo ship, half luxury liner, the only boat of its kind. That's how they are able to bring... Continue Reading →

The Oldest Restaurant in The World. Madrid’s 300 Year Old Botín.

Welcome to Madrid, city of the living, the vibrant and elegant capital of Spain and a cosmopolitan jewel of the Iberian peninsula. With a rich and ancient past you can literally taste Madrid’s history in its food, and while it’s easy to get lost in the cobblestone lined streets, there is one place where you... Continue Reading →

The coolest bars and restaurants in Stockholm.

Man Stockholm really surprised us with how much there was to see and do, and how absolutely lovely the people were about sharing what they love to eat and drink.  We've already covered the best museums in Stockholm and asked if Stockholm was the coolest city in the world, so let's tackle food! A special... Continue Reading →

I Hate I love Hudson Yards. Escape from NYC 2019.

Anyone familiar to NYC knows that malls aren't common-place. You have your infamous shopping districts like soho, or your defunct Manhattan Mall where you can buy knock off Nikes and Hotdogs-on-a-stick, but a high end, fashion forward shopping mall is just something that Manhattan hasn't supported, until now. As a native New Yorker I hated... Continue Reading →

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