There are many tastes to choose from in this full-fledged foodie city. Find incredible TexMex with salsas and spices for even the most adventurous taste buds. Grab a tasty street side taco downtown or head to one of the many choice Barbecue spots, each offers a different specialty or cooking style.
Los Angeles (Long Beach)
Head to LA for a diverse, delicious, globally-representative food scene. With strong Asian influences, there is fantastic sushi and Chinese food here, as well as Hawaiian poke bowls and Vietnamese BAO. Stylish locals and travelers head to Long Beach for a sip of craft beer from one of California’s many breweries.
Italian beef, fully loaded bratwurst hot dogs, and of course the deep-dish pizza. Chicago is the spot for some of the best comfort food on the planet. But it’s the award-winning steakhouses and seafood located right on the water that make this lakeside city the culinary capital of the Midwest.
Everything tastes better by the Bayou. Famed for their gumbo, jambalaya, and po’boys, New Orleans adds more than a dash of tradition to every dish. This port city is full of tastes that have been influenced by the city’s rich Caribbean, French, and American South history.
There’s more than just listening going on in Music City. That’s because Nashville has recently undergone a foodie revolution, attracting renowned chefs to their upscale dining establishments, while still serving up barbecue favorites at many mainstay mom and pop shops.
Yes, the clam chowder and the cream pies are to die for, but there’s more to make of Boston’s food scene than just these classics. Find fantastic tapas and seafood selections like scallops, oysters, and lobster rolls in this seaside city.
Atlantic Canada makes a fabulous foodie holiday. Miles of coastline with sparklingly clear, cold water are home to lobsters, mussels, oysters, clams, scallops and, of course, fish. Prince Edward Island, with its rolling picturesque farmland, is home to many award-winning farm-to-table restaurants.
Explore the deliciously detailed dining of Saskatoon
Over the past few years, this sunny, fast-growing city on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River has arguably become the culinary capital of the Canadian Prairies.
Don’t miss these four Seattle seafood restaurants
As a fully-operating port town, it should come as no surprise Seattle serves up some of the best seafood restaurants in the U.S.
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