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Foodie Getaways

Foodie Getaways

5 Great Destinations for the Foodie

New York

Around 24,000 restaurants call New York City home, making it the go-to destination for international cuisines from famous chefs across the world.  You can find kimchi tacos on the same street as hamburgers. 

Anytime you’re hungry, from 5 AM to 5 PM, you can find what you’re looking for across the city.  Next time you’re up north, make a stop in the Big Apple and try both the street food and Michelin-rated restaurants.  Head to Little Italy, Koreatown, Chinatown, Hell’s Kitchen, and more, for a great epicurean adventure.

California

Right on the Pacific, California has everything a foodie could want; we couldn’t even decide on the best city.  San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego… All a food lover’s dream.  You can taste wines from Napa Valley and explore the hills grapes spring from, or you can head down to the city pier and get the freshest seafood around. 

Each city has its own flair and personality, so when you’re planning your trip make sure to check out them all.  You can find sushi, pastries, ramen, fish, and anything else you can think of, nearby. 

Italy

The home of pizza, pasta, gelato, and all our favorites, you might have to bring your stretchy pants for a trip through Italy’s famous cuisine.  Within a few hours, you can travel between Venice, Milan, Rome, Florence, and more to find the perfect dish and great glass of wine.

Situated in the heart of the Mediterranean, Italy has access to the freshest produce and seafood in the region, so you’ll have the best of everything.  Start planning your trip and try foods perfected in Italy like Arancini, Ribollita, Tiramisu, and other traditional food.

France

Head to the origin of fine dining on a trip to the cities and towns of France.  Freshly baked bread and pastries will meet you in every town.  You’ll discover why most classically trained chefs get their start in France and can try traditional dishes like Coq Au Vin, Cassoulet, Ratatouille, and more.

You can travel through wine country and small towns for the same authentic experience you’ll find in Paris and Marseille.  With access to the Mediterranean, you know you’ll find the freshest ingredients across the country.

Thailand

Famous for street vendors and inexpensive fare, head to Thailand for the most authentic Pad Thai you can find.  Both Bangkok and Chang Mai are famous for the quality and quantity of restaurants, so you can find what you’re looking for day or night.

Taste traditional dishes full of flavor like Pad Se Ew, Penang, Massaman, Tom Kha, and whatever else you can get your hands on.  Another pro is the low prices, keeping you well fed and under budget during your trip to Thailand.

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