Travel Eats

How To Go Organic While In Lebanon

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Food markets are probably the best place visit in order to immerse yourself in the culture of the land, and there’s no better place to do this while you’re in Beirut than at the Souk-el-Tayeb farmers’ market. As was discovered by Joy of the Independant, “there’s a growing movement towards organic food in Lebanon, but […]

Eating Your Way Through London

Sunday, May 31, 2009

London may be a notoriously difficult city to find good food, but don’t despair foodies: an insider’s guide to the best eats in town. By Michele Giordano Ah, the good ole English drinking tea, riding the tube and gaining their incredible wit from the awful weather. An English friend of mine once said to me, […]

Where To Eat In The World — According To Celebrity Chefs

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Because who else’s advice on where you should stuff your face as you travel the world than that of someone who’s not only a chef, but a celebrity as well? Here’s some interesting and surprising suggestions from the likes of Morimoto, Keller, and Pépin on where to eat in New York, Paris, Italy, India, etc . […]

The 14 Best Pubs In Dublin

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

In pretty much every city in the world, you’re going to run into people that will swear on their mother’s grave that this particular bar is the best in the world, and that you should not let anyone tell you otherwise. This is ever so true in Dublin, the mecca of fine pubery (yes, I […]

The Key To Finding The Best Bakeries In Paris

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Paris may be a little overwhelming for those looking to find some of the best pastries, breads, cheeses, desserts and wine that the city has to offer, but a helpful tip, as Fodor’s reveals, is to keep your eyes peeled for the “Meilleur Ouvrier de France” (MOF) indication on a shopfront, a designation handed down […]

Is Tokyo’s Best Ramen Shop Run By A New Yorker?

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Self-confessed “ramenjunkie” and Culinary Institute grad (and later NYC chef) Ivan Orkin decided to give up his life in the high-end world of NYC dining and pursue his dream by starting up a 10-seater ramen shop named, appropriately enough, Ivan Ramen, in a Tokyo suburb, all for the love of the noodle. And to many […]

Top 10 Destination For True Coffee Lovers

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Forbes put together this little article and slideshow highlighting the top 10 destinations for coffee lovers. And we’re not talking cute cafes and dainty espresso machines here, we’re talking about coffee lovers who are so enamored with the aromatic bean that they want to slap on some hiking boots, hop on a bus, and venture […]

Top 10 Spots For Coffee In Buenos Aires

Thursday, April 23, 2009

The Guardian’s collected their 10 favorite cafes in Buenos Aires to sit back and do what the Porteños do best: leisurely eat and drink. I can’t think of many other places in the world that has perfected the practice of doing just that, with meals stretching for hours on end and a cup of coffee […]

A Food Lover’s Look Behind The Scenes In Paris

Thursday, April 23, 2009

A nod to TheExpeditioner.com contributor Dana McMahan for her piece over at BootsnAll.com where she delves ever deeper into the Parisian dining scene by visiting the Rungis Market at 4 a.m., the market that replaced the famed Les Halles (remember Anthony Bourdain’s visit there in his Paris episode?), and she learns to make baguettes at […]

Eat Where The Parisians Do

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Looking for one of Paris’s best neighborhoods to satisfy your hunger? Then head to where the locals head, the quartier d’Aligre in the 12th arrondissement, as described here by Budget Travel. High on street markets (Marché d’Aligre, Marché Beauveau) and low on pretension, you can find three-Michelin star chefs like Fabrice Le Bourdat at Le […]

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