Posts about ‘Food & drink’

Even in winter, we crave the ultimate cheap eat. And if this doesn’t inspire a trip to California or Texas, we don’t know what will. Bon appetit, and try not to drool on your keyboard or smartphone.   If it were up to us, every day would be Taco Tuesday. They’re portable, they’re ’grammable and nothing [read more…]

You could pay $14 a drink in New York City with its hustle and bustle, or you could cross the Hudson and spend a third of the dough in Hoboken. Not convinced New Jersey’s nightlife is worth a reverse bridge-and-tunnel commute? You’d best read on. From classic Maxwell’s Tavern where Springsteen once rocked out to [read more…]

If you haven’t already ditched your New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier, go ahead and do it now. Forever on the culinary cutting edge, New York City offers these 10 new restaurants to not only savor in 2017, but to also help you forget you ever made a promise to yourself to eat better. Bonus: [read more…]

We love a trendy brunch of red-velvet pancakes and avocado toast as much as the next lady. But every so often we need to get back to basics. On those days, we head to one of these seven iconic Chicago diners, where little has changed in decades and your eggs always come with hash browns. [read more…]

Field notes of doughnuts in Boston, oysters in San Francisco, and perfect pasta in Rome At SAVEUR, our obsessive quest to unearth the origins of food and discover hidden culinary traditions sends us from our test kitchen in New York City to all the corners of the globe. From doughnuts in Boston to pasta in [read more…]

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…]

Christmas, Hanukkah, The Holidays. Whatever you celebrate, there’s usually gift-giving involved. And if you’re tasked with gifting a traveler who’s always on the go, or has everything, or wants nothing, you may end up stuck in last-minute lines scrambling to find something that fits. But forget all that. A true traveler wants things that are [read more…]

Lines aren’t really our style. That’s why we like to keep certain things about Dallas on the DL (cough cough, Jimmy’s Food Store). So when it comes to $3 Sunday mimosas, epic new patios and the buttery biscuits of our dreams, we’re hoping we can keep these things to ourselves for a while. Here, six restaurants [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…]

I don’t care if you’re a self-proclaimed “carnivore” — everyone likes some kind of vegetable prepared in some way, somewhere. If you think you don’t, it means you haven’t been trying the right places. Vegetarian restaurants are for everyone, not just vegetarians, because the good ones have good food — plain and simple. The vegetarian restaurants [read more…]