Crete, Greece In Greece, eating out and sharing a meal with family and friends is as important as food itself. Part ambiance, part attitude, part great produce, dining out Greek-style is a highlight for many travelers. Meals are a drawn-out, casual and convivial affair and the atmosphere at times almost festive, with families out untilContinue reading

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∇ Minneapolis, Minnesota Venezuela’s iconic stuffed arepas are cause for celebration at Herepa, which is jam-packed for weekend brunch, dinner, and every minute in between. The brunch routine is easy: one Bloody Mary and one arepa—a palm-size knife-and-fork sandwich of crisped, golden masa patties filled with juicy, flavorful meats (such as sliced chorizo or slow-roastedContinue reading

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∇ Cambridge, Massachusetts If you’re in Salem, Massachusetts celebrating a spooky Halloween, make sure you stop by Loyal Nine. This rustic Cambridge Restaurant time travels you to 1780’s. Is this menu from another century? Well, kinda. Chef Marc Sheehan is living the dream of the 1780s. Sheehan et al. have studied everything including rum and cider and the focuses ofContinue reading

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∇ San Francisco, California   Bar Tartine is home to creative european dishes and a long wine list in a cozy, rustic setting. This restaurant should definitely be on your food bucket list! The must have plate is Lentil Croquettes with Watercress and Kefir. Co-chef, Nick Balla, explains that he uses sprouted lentils because they keep their texture unlike otherContinue reading

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