If you stuff your face, lounge around all day, and get massively sun burnt, you won’t be in the dog house on Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas. Because that’s what is required even if you don’t make it to this onboard eatery. Spotted by me somewhere on the high seas of the Bahamas.
Proving that she is becoming a grown up in the world of PSN spotting, Laurie Goldstein finds this one north of the border in Montreal, Canada. Tres bien!
Lynne Segall is staging a peaceful coup to grab top PSN status. And she’s doing it organically. Spotted where else but in San Francisco, California.
It’s not an off the chain PSN but it works. Spotted by Andy Schneider in Moorehead City, North Carolina.
Lynne Segall strikes again with another PSN find. Spotted in San Francisco, California.
Lynne Segall should really think twice before sending me such a bad image. But I appreciate the effort. I wonder what is on the menu that is so thought provoking. Spotted in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
Absolutely brilliant find by Lauren Goldvasser in George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas. This is the (pho) real deal ladies and gentlemen.
Eggs (lightly scrambled) are my favourite food so this PSN blows me away. Spotted by Lauren Goldvasser, in Montreal, Canada.
All the way from Cork, Ireland. Spotted by first time punster. Elsa Moore (not a son of a gun but the daughter of my business parter). Mom gets the photo credit.
There couldn’t be a better name for what it’s like to be in Florida in the Summer. Oh, and this happens to be a PSN too. Spotted by Joel Schneider in the oddly named “30A” Florida. Incidentally, this is Joel’s second grilled cheese PSN. And Bradley, his brother, sent one as well. Must run in the family.
A lovely blending of Mexican and Indian cuisine! This was cooked up to order for a PSN! Spotted in Manhattan by Lynne Segall.
This post is dedicated to the recently deceased and brilliant TV writer Steven Bochco. Liz Moore spotted this bar on Hull Street in Baltimore, Maryland. Yours truly was with her and even missed it.
It’s always a treat to find a PSN that incorporates a proper name. This sweet one sure does. Spotted by Sandy Schneider in Advance, North Carolina.
A PSN with a true backstory! Here’s a sandwich shop from famed restauranteur, Tom Colicchio. His first restaurant was named Craft so we have a double PSN here. Kudos to Andy Schneider on this find in Manhattan.
With a string of recent submissions, Nancy Schneider seems to be raising PSN spotting to an art form. Spotted in Manhattan.
Nancy Schneider comes face-to-face with a carnivorous PSN in Manhattan. And she’s a vegetarian!
Whatever joke there could be about this eating establishment, I’m sure I’ve used it here. Spotted by Lynne Segall in Houston, Texas.