Alex

Alex Shebar is constantly reminded that he is an American. Of course, this is what happens when you move to London but haven't quite given up the accent (he does spell "favourite" with a 'u' and say, "rubbish," though.)

Born in Boston, and Yelp's former Community Manager of Cincinnati, he emigrated to The Old Smoke in 2012 and never looked back.

Alex now enjoys bad films, strong gin and a brightly coloured Instagram account. Hopefully you enjoy his posts about London and around the world (or at least, those previously mentioned brightly coloured photos.)

Michael Jordan Steakhouse Is An Absolute Game Changer!

So when I was invited down to try The Table 23 Menu¬†at Michael Jordan Steakhouse, here’s what I pictured: TVs with the game on, sports memorabilia on the walls, loud noises, bar food, the works. You know, the usual. What I got though was elegance. Truly, pure elegance. Elegant food, elegant armopehre, elegant staff, an elegant evening. Yes, seriously, all that elegance from a steakhouse …

Boom! KaPow! It’s C2E2!

One of the best things about moving to a new city is getting to experience well-loved events that have been going on forever for the first time. I went and checked out C2E2 for my job at Yelp. I’d heard of this comic convention before, but never actually saw it, and loved being amongst fans so passionate, the literally leap out at you. And so, …

Guys, There Is A Ron Swanson Cafe In Chicago!

Ok seriously, guys, there is a Ron Swanson cafe in Chicago. Normally, I’d have started with a cute quip or a story or a fun quote by the mustached legend himself, but some news cannot be contained. I’ll say it again: THERE IS A RON SWANSON CAFE IN CHICAGO! I have no idea how I haven’t heard of this. I love Parks and Rec and …

What In The World Is This: The Grand Canyon Edition

When I first started dating my lovely wife, she saw I was trying to up my photo and Instagram game. She then gave me some advice that pretty much shifted the way I took pictures from that moment on. Shamaine¬†said to me, “Capture the shot that your eyes see.” And she’s right. Sometimes we’re so floored by a scene and then we try to improve …