Ever get stuck in a full blown 70’s cabin with hot chocolate, coffee, and Balcones whiskey? Us either. So we found one with astronaut mugs and got funky.
Galveston, TX is a vibrant city with a flourishing art, coffee, and restaurant scene and a deep history to learn about. Doesn’t sound like the Galveston you know? Yeah it wasn’t for me either till I lived there. Like most everyone, I drove to the island and took 61st to the beach, got a 3rd degree sunburn while swimming in the brown water, and then hit 25th street directly to the strand.
When you’re on the coast, ya gotta do your seafood right. When you’re on a last minute trip to Galveston, you can’t find a grocery store, but have a bad ass fish market… you do it half right and walk down to the corner store for some canned goods and Tecate. Tecate makes everything better anyways… So who cares. Here’s a Sendero recipe favorite: Snapper Vera Cruz
In the remote wilderness of northwestern New Mexico, lies the remnants of one of the greatest architectural achievements of pre-historic Puebloan culture. You don’t believe us? Just google this place: Chaco Canyon.