On The Road

Visitors Guides to other locales

This will be the first column of dining options around the NHL world. When I am on the road I try to eat where the locals do and avoid chains. Western New York has always been known for casual dining and comfort food. The city is best known for 'Buffalo Wings'. Legend has it that they were invented in 1964 almost by accident at the Anchor Bar located at 1047 Main St (METRO - Summer-Best Station) There are also several suburban locations but I would stick with the mothership. The local at...
This is the second in a series on where visiting hockey fans can get comfort food when traveling to another city to cheer on their team. Last month we took a look at Buffalo, NY. Montréal has an excellent public transportation network of subway (Metro) and buses and Uber is a popular option. The 24 hour unlimited transit pass is a fine value. Montréal is famous for its smoked meat sandwiches and locals fiercely debate where you can get the best sandwich. Here are my personal favorites....
My friend and I are driving up from Atlanta to go to the game Dec 30 (and then to Ottawa for the game 1/1) and someone recommended Charlie the Butcher's....wth is Beef On Weck? or, more precisely, what is "weck"??? thx oh, if anyone would like to meet up before the game and have a beer or something, that would be cool :cheers: one more thing....what is the least snowy route to travel in december? :help: I'll be driving an RV....:eek:
Intro - The Twin Cities: Yes! There are two of them! - Minneapolis vs. St. Paul - "Minnesota Nice" and the myth of the passive fan About the X - Arena Location - Getting There - Seats & Tickets Where to Stay (Any Thoughts? I'll mention the St. Paul if they're extravagantly wealthy, but I don't really know St. Paul's hotels other than that.) Where to Eat - Best Burger (hotly contested) --- Jucy Lucy Controversy (I <3 Matt's) - Best Pizza/Italian (Cosetta?) - Best Poutine (gotta be Burger...
So, Columbus then, hm? Wanna be the hero? Hear this from Mikey Sorboro himself. Last year we had a guy come in on the way to a Christmas party who bought 12 Baby Cheezuses, one for each person at the party. I thought that was pretty funny. What could be better for a Christmas party? The Baby Cheezus ($4) is a slice of pizza cut in half lengthwise, made into a sandwich filled with American cheese and whatever topping you like. Party Like It's 2016: Great local eats, cooked by the pros Brew...
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