Posts about ‘Florida’

Beyond state politicking and fetishized football, you’ll find true Tally flavor in this burgeoning food city. Take your own culinary tour of Florida’s capital with these six not-to-be-missed nosh pits.  1. Lucky Goat Coffee If you’ve got a fresh cup of Joe in your hand while in Tallahassee, chances are those beans came from Lucky Goat [read more…]

There’s nothing wrong with tradition, but everyone’s got one. This holiday season, feel free to sample the very best food traditions the holidays have to offer by checking out some of our favorite winter food festivals. RELATED: These are America’s most underrated food cities 9. Downtown Holiday Market – Washington, DC November 25–December 23, daily Feast on [read more…]

What are long-weekends for if not getting the hell out of Dodge in search of sunshine and higher temps? To help you plan a quick escape, here are six awesome warm weather getaways perfect for a three-day excursion. Medioimages/Photodisc/Getty Images Antigua Most U.S. cities offer relatively affordable and easy flights to the luxurious Caribbean Island [read more…]

70% of football fans would travel to a game. Which may seem like a lot, until you consider the heated, bitter and incredibly fun rivalries between teams. So forget the fall foliage and pumpkin spice, fall is really all about the football—at least according to our Football Fandex Survey. What’s more, those crazies you see on TV dressed head-to-toe in their team’s [read more…]

Whether you’re into pumpkins or podcasts, biergartens or blues music, these fall festivals are worth falling for. Oktoberfest Denver When and where: Sept. 23–25 and Sept. 30–Oct.2 in Denver There’s no shortage of German-inspired festivals this time of year, but how many have stein hoisting (only the strong survive), wiener dog races and the the Keg Bowling National Championships? You’ll [read more…]

For bargain hunters, travel opens up a whole new world of trash-to-treasure finds. Enter America’s best thrift stores. In honor of National Thrift Shop Day on Aug. 17, here’s a roundup of tag-poppin’ places that are destinations unto themselves. Community Thrift Store; San Francisco, CA The muraled exterior, exposed wood beams and brick walls inside give this place [read more…]

Just the mention of Orlando may have you seeing dollar signs. But you don’t need a magic wand to find a reasonably priced hotel in O-town. Try these affordable but cool Orlando hotels for a getaway that won’t feel at all like a budget trip. *Note: All prices are taken from random weekday, one-night stays in September. B [read more…]

While the classics are classics for a reason, there’s something to be said for those off-the-beaten path gems that could be the next big thing. Since we like to keep our finger on the pulse of travel, we’ve hand-picked 30 up-and-coming destinations to watch over the next 30 years—in celebration of our own, proud 30th birthday. Zion National [read more…]

We all know the feeling—you’re scrolling through social media, having a normal day, when you see it: your friend is at a beach bar in Costa Rica, holding up a frozen margarita in front of a stunning sunset. Wish you were there? Don’t smash that piggybank! That fruity, icy drink on the beach is closer than [read more…]

Oh the humble diner, where comforting, hardy breakfasts and hot coffee are always on special. The perfect throwback to a mostly bygone era. Here are some of the best diners in America, by region, in no particular order. The best diners in the west Bertie Lou’s Cafe — Portland, Oregon From its menu to its walls, [read more…]