As your local experts, we want to let you in on a little secret in each of our destinations – our own “hidden gems.”
This one-of-a-kind eclectic gathering spot is where you’ll run across real cowboys arriving on horseback, bikers arriving on Harleys, and multi-millionaires arriving in Bentleys - Greasewood Flat. Originally a stagecoach stop – this 120 year old bunk house Grab some firewood from the pile and build your own fire as you enjoy some good music and interesting conversation.
Antico Pizza Napoletana is a staff favorite – this tiny, hidden spot is a favorite for delicious, true Italian pizza. The team at Antico makes a limited amount of dough per day – so get there early, grab a seat at a community table and indulge in a true Italian masterpiece.
In the Bahamas, Goodfellow Farms is the spot for fresh produce and herbs. The Farm also offers lunch daily, with offerings straight from the field. If you stop by, check out the Country Store – selling a wide variety of meats, cheeses and sea food.
Nick’s Fish House & Grill ranks as the local’s best fish house. This hidden gem is located on the waterway, but away from the hustle and bustle of Harborplace. Stop by for some fresh caught seafood and enjoy the sights and sounds of the water.
Off the beaten path in Philly, you’ll find Isaiah Zagar’s Magic Gardens. Zagar is an award-winning mosaic mural artist who’s designs can be found all around the city. Find his studio, create a piece yourself and experience the magic that is mosaic.
Mrs. Wilke’s Dining Room is where the Savannah natives travel for platters of fried chicken and cornbread dressing, sweet potato souffle, black-eyed peas, okra gumbo, corn muffins and biscuits. The menu changes daily so regulars can have something different every day. Stop by and enjoy the special pleasure of a meal shared with neighbors and strangers.
In Miami, the locals know that Versailles Restaurant is where you’ll find the most authentic, traditional Cuban food this side of the Caribbean. From the yuca fries to the specialty mariquitas with mojo, this hidden gem is a staff favorite.
In the heart of Downtown Salt Lake, you’ll find Pago, a farm to table gem that’s a hit with all of the locals. This casual atmosphere allows guests to enjoy a brew with an artisan sandwich, or a multi-course meal complete with wine pairings.
Passenger: Columbia Room- This teeny tiny bar that is ranked in the top 10 lounge bars in the country, but nobody knows about it. It is the epitome of a hidden gem. Behind the bar, you’ll find the mixologist Derek Brown. Not only does Brown create a satisfying cocktail, he’s also been know to cut ice with chainsaws for some extra entertainment at events.