- Adele lives in the Washington, D.C. region — the Alexandria/Del Ray area to be exact — and is a life-long resident of the area.
- She's a professional writer, with a special focus on the local food, arts, events, and fashion scene.
- She's written for TripSavvy since 2018.
Adele's reporting has taken her from the red carpet at the Kennedy Center to hole-in-the-wall bars in Mount Pleasant. She takes a lot of joy in restaurant recommendations, and she's lucky enough to make a career out of it. She's been published in the Washington Post, Eater, Bloomberg Businessweek, Bravo, Racked, Refinery29, Curbed, and Well + Good. She's written for TripSavvy since 2018.
Adele holds a Degree in English and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
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