Food and Wine

Nightlife in Old San Juan
Old San Juan/Puerto Rico Tourism Company

When it comes to island getaways, Puerto Rico is one of the Caribbean’s best-kept secrets. Almost the same size as the state of Connecticut, you could cross the island in just six hours. Yet despite its size, each part of Puerto Rico has its own personality. The north sports... Read More

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St. James Court in Louisville
St. James Court/ Connie Hum

Louisville, Kentucky is, of course, the famed home of the Kentucky Derby, the Louisville Slugger, and Kentucky Fried Chicken, but there’s much more to this city. There are a number of under-the-radar spots worthy of attention and exploration. Here’s a sampling… Architecture buffs will fall in love exploring the homes in Old Louisville... Read More

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A hillside with an ocean view in Haiti
A hillside in Haiti/

Haiti’s bouts of political upheaval and devastating natural disasters have made global news over the last few decades. The last major earthquake was a huge setback, but now, five years later, the country’s been cleaning up, and looking forward to welcoming travelers back. With more than 400,000 visitors to... Read More

Afuri Ramen in Tokyo
Afuri Ramen/Teresa Wu

Anthony Bourdain once said, “I love Tokyo. If I had to eat only in one city for the rest of my life, Tokyo would be it.” Not only does this foodie city have some of the best food options, you can dine on a budget, to boot. This itinerary takes... Read More

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Rosenthal Malibu Estate Wines - a new Malibu, California winery
Rosenthal Malibu Estate Wines

Move over, celebrity homes and blissful beaches. These days, Malibu is angling to get wine drinkers and foodies into their parts of town. Just 40 minutes north of Los Angeles, it’s home to California’s newest and least-known wine region, already nabbing national awards and garnering the attention of wine... Read More

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Asheville, one of the top emerging foodie cities
Asheville is full of great outdoor restaurants, farmers’ markets, and gorgeous views. (Photo: Art Meripol/Corbis)

New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans have always been known as foodie destinations, but with that reputation comes tons of tourists and high prices. So looked at data for the fastest growing cities according to American traveler’s food endorsements to find the best emerging culinary scenes. Here are the top... Read More

Los Tamarindos in Los Cabos
Los Tamarindos

No, it’s not a mirage. There are genuine farm-to-table dining options in the desert terrain of Los Cabos. Best known for its Instagram-worthy beaches and mountainous landscape, this region, located at the tip of the southern half of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, also has mineral-rich soil and a crop-friendly microclimate... Read More

Why You Should Visit Kiawah Island Resort
Kiawah Island Resort/Elena Sonnino

For a relaxing beach getaway, the South Carolina barrier island of Kiawah doesn’t come to mind nearly as often as we think it deserves. It’s home to 10 miles of sand, 30 miles of trails, and activities like beach yoga, evening concerts, and even gator tours. Onshore, Kiawah Island Golf Resort is essentially... Read More

downcity providence, ri

If you’re looking for the kind of sweet New England charm that goes on postcards, Providence is not the place to visit. That’s not to say that the city doesn’t have beautiful college campuses and historic architecture. It’s just that Rhode Island’s capital is more of a place where artsy young... Read More

Main Street in Fredericksburg Texas
Main Street/Chris Litherland

There’s a picturesque German town tucked away in the most unlikely of places: Texas Hill Country. Founded in 1846, Fredericksburg is celebrated for its charming Main Street, which is lined with more than 150 antique shops and boutiques, as well as breweries, wineries, and loads of Deutsche-style flair. Unsurprisingly... Read More

Shelley Seale

We’ve all heard about cosmopolitan Stockholm, arguably Sweden’s top destination. But if you choose to visit, don’t forget that there are a whopping 30,000 islands surrounding the city — some thriving, inhabited communities, and others that are little more than a skiff of rock and grass — spread along an archipelago that... Read More

Savor Gettysburg Food Tours.
Savor Gettysburg Food Tours./Kimberly Button

The town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania has been defined by war for more than 150 years. As the site of the pivotal Civil War battle, it’s long been host to history buffs and reenactors. Looking towards its future, though, and focusing on modern-day pursuits, Gettysburg is rapidly becoming a surprising culinary... Read More

Downtown Mobile
Downtown Mobile/Tad Denson, MyShotz

Mobile, Alabama was established in 1702 as the first capital of colonial French Louisiana. The city, only two hours and 20 minutes east of New Orleans, has much in common with The Big Easy — but also has a unique heritage of its own. Along with the French connection and the same explorer-founders... Read More

Anvil Bar & Refuge/Visit Houston
Anvil Bar & Refuge/Visit Houston

Many people associate Houston with NASA, oil, and sprawl — but it also happens to have a serious food and cultural scene. The downtown area is developing into a hotspot for cocktails, noshing, and socializing; the museum district features world-renowned collections including the Museum of Fine Arts Houston and the Menil Collection; and the zoo... Read More

Pensacola Beach
Pensacola Beach/Visit Pensacola

Pensacola, Florida has long been known as a resort destination for beach lovers across the United States. Here, (truly!) white sand blankets the beautiful coastline — reminiscent of the Caribbean, but just a short drive from most southern cities as well as the Midwest. What many people may not know, though... Read More