Food Lover's Guides to Cities, Countries & the World!
By Alison J. Stein, About.com Guide
Whether you're traveling for vacation or business, if you're the type of traveler who wants to eat something you can find no place else -- or no where else quite as good, here's where to start.
- New York
- New England and Mid-Atlantic
- The Midwest & Mountain West
- Food Lover's Guides to California and Hawaii
- The South
- Global Food Travel Guides: Canada
- Global Food Travel Guides: Europe
- Foodie's Guides to Asia, Australia and More
New York City is still the culinary capital of the United States -- if only because of its sheer density of celebrity chefs and celebrated restaurants -- and there's plenty of deliciousness to devour both in the city and in the state.
- The Food Lover's Guide to New York City and New York State
- New York's Favorite Food Neighborhoods
- Learn to Make New York Style Pizza
- The New York City Bagel
- New York's Koreatown(s)
- NYC's Best Cooking School
- Top Chef Restaurants in NYC
- Harney & Sons Tea Tasting Room
- More Articles and Resources on New York Food Travel
New England and Mid-Atlantic
From pastoral farm land (and delicious farm markets) to sophisticated urban bistros, plan your foodie trip to the Eastern seaboard.
- Foodie's Guide to Lancaster, Pennsylvania
- Visit an Amish Farm Market
- Washington D.C.'s Wine Festival
- Resources for Pennsylvania Foodie Travel
The Midwest & Mountain West
From heartland cities to desert landscapes, and from apres ski to viva Las Vegas, the nation's middle and mountainous states will keep any foodie busy eating for a long, long time.
- The Food Lover's Guide to Las Vegas
- Chicago's Best Breakfast
- The Best Restaurants in Nevada: Las Vegas, Reno and South Lake Tahoe
- The Food Lover's Guide to Salt Lake City and Park City, Utah
- Tucscon's Sonoran Hot Dogs
- Foodies' Guide to Tucson, Arizona
- Food Lover's Guide to Indianapolis
- Plan Your Mountain West Food Travels
Food Lover's Guides to California and Hawaii
Follow your own manifest destiny to California's amazing food scene...or head to Hawaii to sample one of the country's most fascinating fusion cuisines, in some of the most stunning settings you'll find anywhere.
- A Chef's Guide to Los Angeles
- Tour Los Angeles' Diverse Food Neighborhoods
- Santa Barbara: A Foodie's Itinerary
- Plan Your California Culinary Adventures
- Foodies' Guide to Hawaii
- Kauai: A Food Lover's Guide
- Visit the Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Factory
- Plan Your Hawaii Food Vacation
Home to some of the most decadent food in the world, as well as the most sophisticated, the Southern United States is filled with can't-miss culinary destinations.
- Nashville's Super Hot, Probably Will Kill You, Fried Chicken
- New Orlean's Banana's Foster
- Food Lover's Guide to Houston
Global Food Travel Guides: Canada
Globetrotting foodies, get your passport ready! It's a big world out there, filled with an incredible diversity of flavors and cooking styles. There's a whole world of flavor to explore if you visit our neighbors to the north.
- Food Lover's Guide to Montreal
- Decode a Montreal Menu
- Visit St. Lawrence Market in Toronto
- Food Lover's Guide to Nova Scotia
Global Food Travel Guides: Europe
The "Old Country" is packed with tastes both traditional and new...from the best gourmet shops in Paris, to frites in Belgium, to sausage almost everywhere, traveling around the European continent is a food education in itself.
- Food Lover's Guide to Germany
- Belgium: From Beer to Frites to Waffles
- The Best Belgian Chocolate Shops
- Gourmet Shopping in Paris
Foodie's Guides to Asia, Australia and More
These are long hauls from the United States, but for foodies, totally worth the trip! The reward for the journey is a plunge into a totally different food culture which will leave you with memories you'll not soon forget.
- Food Lover's Guide to Shanghai
- Visit a Traditional Shanghai Food Market
- Learn to Cook Indian Food in Kerala
- Foodies' Guide to Tasmania: Australia's Food Secret