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The Must-Attend American Beer Fests of 2019

Taking a cue from the world of music, the craft beer industry is currently in a festival frenzy. No matter where you live or the style of beer you prefer,

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Five Gay Restaurants to Check Out in June (Pride Month)

June 1st marks the start of LGBTQ Pride Month and this year we celebrate an extra special edition. It’s been 50 years since the iconic protests at Stonewall Inn in New York City—a

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The Regional Convenience Stores We Wish Would Go National

Whether it’s a 7-Eleven, a Wawa, or a local gas station mini-mart, there’s a nostalgic joy that accompanies popping into a convenient store at any time for a cup of

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How Mother’s Day Is Celebrated Around the World

Mother’s Day is the mother of all holidays in the U.S. But the celebratory occasion is not unique to the U.S. and is celebrated around the world. In many countries,

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The Best Food Experiences to Give as Wedding Gifts

Heading into wedding season, the pressure to find the perfect wedding gift for your favorite foodie couple can feel overwhelming. Sure, you could stick to buying them something on their

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10 Things We Want To Eat Now From Netflix’s ‘Street Food’

One thing is for sure: you don’t want to watch the new Netflix show “Street Food” on an empty stomach. If you go into the binge watching sesh hungry, don’t

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Even After Two Hurricanes, St. Croix’s Food Scene Is Thriving

Despite two back-to-back hurricanes in 2017, St. Croix has emerged as not only a trendy Caribbean destination for turquoise beaches, old town charm, and incredible snorkeling, but one for food

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Tequila Alternatives: Other Mexican Spirits You Should Try

Cinco de Mayo and margaritas go hand in hand in the U.S. While margaritas are delicious, and tequila shots are still worth doing in moderation, there’s actually a whole world

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Hometown Heroes: The Best Regional Sandwich Chains That Should Go National

As soon as I plant my keister down on that northeast regional Amtrak headed from New York to Boston, my mind goes to one thing and one thing only. Food. We’ve

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The Best Spring Break Road Trips For Food Lovers

Why do we road trip on spring break? Because A: Those plane tickets to Machu Picchu were expensive (next year, man!). And B: Because we want to eat our way

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The Ultimate Guide to Eating (and Drinking) at Coachella 2019

Southern California’s oh-so-anticipated rite of spring is nearly upon us. Scenesters, influencers, Kardashians, and even a few music fans are mere days away from making the annual migration to Indio’s

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McDonald’s Fries Around the World

However you feel about McDonald’s, it is inescapable. The franchise has outposts in over 100 countries throughout the world, with a total number of locations topping 36,000 (as of January

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This Persian Butter Bean Stew May Be the Best Thing You’ve Never Eaten

Iranian food (or Persian food) is underrepresented in most U.S. cities, even famously multicultural New York—but Sofreh is an excellent example of the vibrant and delicious cuisine traditional to Iran. Our

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How the Women Behind Coolhaus Built an Ice Cream Empire

When Natasha Case decided to prepare architecturally-themed ice cream sandwiches made from scratch in her Los Angeles home it was just meant to be a hobby, something fun to share

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Hudson Yards’ Best Food Options

We’ve been waiting for years, and now we’re spoiled with choices—so what’s the best food at Hudson Yards? Well, there are so many options you’ll have to try a few

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These Regional Chains Need to Expand Nationwide

Despite some progress, “chain” is still considered a dirty word in the food world—and for good reason. From to sea to shining sea, our country is littered with restaurant franchises

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Tour a Distillery This Spring Break For an On-Theme (Yet Highbrow) Experience

Distillation is the process that converts the sugars from grains or fruit into alcohol by way of evaporation using metal columns or pots known as stills. Spring break is the

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St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah, Georgia Is Kind of a Big Deal

If you’re looking for a place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, look no further than Savannah, Georgia. It’s one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the nation, and

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The Women of ‘Top Chef’ Are Taking Over Los Angeles

Season 16 of “Top Chef” was an impressive one for the show’s female contestants, as four of the competition’s final five spots were occupied by women. What their next move

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Forget Bourbon Street: The Real Party During New Orleans Mardi Gras Is on Frenchmen Street

If you look at a map of The Crescent City, you will find a number of streets that proceed in an east-west fashion, only to make a sudden left turn

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How To Avoid a Tourist Trap Restaurant on Vacation

There are few dining experiences worse than the full-on tourist trap, so learn how to avoid them with their overpriced drinks, uninspired food, and cloying or incompetent service. Never again

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