According to Wikipedia, the phrase “al fresco” has its origin in Italian, meaning “in the cool air ” -- but the Italians don’t use the phrase to describe eating outdoors -- that’s an American adaptation.
Category - Food & Drink
Harriet is sure-footed as she navigates the Indoor Farmers Market inside the Village at Grand Traverse Commons. Every Saturday after her swim at the YMCA, she heads over to Building 50 to chat with her farmer friends and pick from their selection of produce and other locally produced items.
Tell us a little about what the Receptionist/Office Support individual does at Traverse City Tourism.
As Receptionist/Office Support, I am the first point of contact a visitor will encounter at Traverse City Tourism, by phone or face-to-face. As Receptionist, I answer questions, offer suggestions, guide callers through our website, and redirect calls as requested.
We have the wine, the beer, the distilled spirits and the food, but do we also have the coffee? Often overlooked, Traverse City’s coffee culture is alive within the city. Whether it’s the first cup of the day or that afternoon latte, your caffeine cravings will be satisfied.
Traverse City Beer Week is nearly upon us. Once again, we'll be enjoying this week-long parade of tastings, dinners, games, workshops and lectures -- all devoted to our area’s celebrated craft beer industry and its many microbreweries, brewpubs and craft beer taprooms. Now in its fourth season, it’s scheduled for Nov. 11-17 this year.
Let’s get this said at the outset: When it comes to travel, I’m not a big fan of itineraries, bucket lists or checklists of any kind.
Vacations should be relaxing.