Soups are sometimes the undeservedly neglected items on a restaurant’s menu. But, in the case of these dining destinations, whether plain or fancy, they are the stars of the show. Be sure to take time to explore the surrounding areas when you are in each location. But keep in mind, it is all about the soup.
The world is your oyster at Legal Sea Foods’ annual Oyster Festival, which celebrates the most-slurp-worthy bivalve over the course of four weeks. Legal Sea Food has been a trusted purveyor of fresh seafood to Massachusetts and beyond since 1950.
There are lots of people in both America and around the world who have been to Disney World as kids. But people actually forget that Disney World can also be a great destination for adults too.
Disney without kids? You bet.
When anyone hears the words “Las Vegas” their mind immediately goes to one image: The Strip. That long stretch of road called Las Vegas Boulevard that is lined with flashing lights, mega hotels, and casinos.
Now, there is no doubt that The Strip is the biggest draw to Las Vegas. It’s where you can see incredible shows and musical performances, eat at the restaurants of some of the best chefs in the world, and partake in (just a little bit of) gambling.
Foodies love to travel, and the one thing they might love more than traveling is finding amazing places to eat while they are traveling. The good news?
There’s cities all over this country that are hidden foodie paradises, maybe they are known for incredible barbecue, amazing dim sum, mouth watering burgers, or the freshest seafood you could imagine.
It’s a wonder, when traveling around the United States that we all don’t become foodies, in search of the next great meal. They are certainly out there!
Today, we’re going to look at Savannah, Georgia. Now, there are a number of great reasons to visit this city beyond just the food, it’s beautiful antebellum architecture and leisurely way of life are some. But, the city is getting lots of attention lately because of the food options.
Here’s where you can eat if you’re looking to see the best of Savannah.
Fast food might get a bad name, or conjure up images of just a handful of those big chains everyone thinks about. But in reality, there are a ton of local regional fast food chains that are both very good and affordable.
One region that has an abundance of fast food chains is the Midwestern part of the United States. Ranging from restaurants that cover a large swatch of the region, to a handful that are localized in just a few towns across one state, there are plenty of options for you to choose from.
So, on your next road trip across the Midwest, keep an eye out for a couple of these options and you’ll be able to grab a good meal at a very nice price.
If you’re a foodie, then chances are you’ve already heard about the “farm to table” movement that’s sweeping the nation. The idea behind farm to table is that instead of importing food from far off locals, restaurants instead look locally. They prefer to work in conjunction with area farms to get food that is fresh, free of chemicals and better on the environment.
Famous for being a landmark in the entertainment industry, Burbank is located about 11 miles north of Los Angeles. For those traveling to California, especially the Los Angeles area, it’s probably to experience all the Hollywood attractions, such as Hollywood Blvd, and studio tours. However, Burbank is where most of the actual entertainment action happens. From studio tours to helicopters rides, there’s so much to do and see in the beautiful Burbank, California.