Trip Planning

Trip planning really means food planning to us. When you're mapping out your route, turn to Chowhounds to help mark the best spots to stop for every meal (plus a few snacks and drinks in between).

Why You Should Always Take a Food Tour When You Travel

Making plans to travel may include things like buying airline tickets, making sure you have your passport, and booking a table at that restaurant everyone Instagrams. However, there is something else...

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Late night in Murray Hill

by VaPaula 2 months ago

Hi all. Arrival time at our hotel in Murray Hill tomorrow will likely be sometime between 10:00-10:30. I am planning on Baekjeong, about a 10-minute walk, which is open until 11. But I need a plan ...


by erica 2 months ago

Been years ago to Malaque, Barra de Navidad, Tepic, etc. Beaches were not ideal. Any changes or reason to go, other than the Festival de Elote in August if not cancelled again this year???

Granada and Seville Recommendations

by iheartnummies 2 months ago

I'm looking for some updated recommendations for Granada and Seville. I will be traveling with my husband and 6 year old later this week to Granada for 3 nights, Ronda for 1 night, Seville for 4 n...

Dayton OH

by rtv 2 years ago

Its been over a year since any posts about Dayton. Planning a visit soon. Any restaurants that fit the category "if you have only one dinner in Dayton this is the place"? (any tips on hotels are...

NYC Trip with kids

by hobomagnet 2 months ago

Planning a trip with my wife and kids (12 and 9 yrs old) from CO and am looking for some restaurant suggestions in early December. We're looking for Italian, seafood, pizza-specific and something d...

Bound For Santiago, Chile... ideas???

by erica 3 months ago

Staying at The Singular and have one dinner included..where else to eat..points for walking distance. Not too interested in Borago after reading about price and food, not in that order. Also, a...

L'Autochtone - a gem in northeastern Ontario

Dr. John
by Dr. John 2 months ago

Temiskaming Shores isn't exactly close to the GTA, being about 500 km straight north. But since yesterday's Globe and Mail did a short report on this restaurant, I thought it was a good opportunit...

Memorable (and fancy) dinner in Madrid

by arturchik 3 months ago

Traveling to Madrid and looking to have 1 memorable dinner. We've already been to DiverXO. Right now 2 frontrunners are DSTAgE and Paco Roncero. Opinions on either one of those or maybe somethin...

Help! Parisiens!

by chicfille 3 months ago

Pls help experienced Parisienne, former long-time resident out-of-touch due to COVID, by advising on your up-to-date faves, solid neighborhood excellent restos, best oyster/fish lunch w/French kids...

Daytona Beach to Melbourne

by Brawny 3 months ago

Are there any "can't miss" restaurants on the east coast of Florida from Daytona Beach to Melbourne? We will be vacationing there and haven't been to that side of the state! Looking for new din...

Back on Castilla-León's roast lamb trail

by Maribel 4 months ago

We made a delightful recent discovery while driving from Valladolid to Madrid in pretty Arévalo, Avila province, stopping for a roast lamb lunch at the 1 Repsol sun, family-run ASADOR LAS CUBAS, go...

Is there any High Quality Fine Dining in the Boca-Delray FL area???

by nyperr 9 months ago

We will be visiting in Boca Raton for a week. I'm looking for really great food but not necessarily “white tablecloth” fine dining…just restaurants with chefs who create a bit of a twist on the cl...

Avignon/Menerbes/St Remy/Arles Itinerary Check (Sep 2021)

by bigjppop 4 months ago

I’m on my way to Provence this weekend and I’m pretty excited for the trip. This will be my second visit and focusing a little more on the western side. I’ve received some good tips from this group...

SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE?? Street to high-end restaurants??

by erica 6 years ago

I will spend 10 days in a rental house in SMA this winter. Looking for information on food--restaurants, street stalls, and anything else food related. I have a reservation for dinner at Aperi....

Piemonte this fall (2021), book early!

by bigjppop 3 months ago

I’ve been putting together my upcoming trip to Milan and Piemonte (mid-November) and I’m pretty amazed at how full everything is. People are clearly going out/traveling again. If you’re planning a ...

Returning to Manhattan for several days, where would you recommend for brunch, lobster, dumplings, borscht, blintzes, Russian food, Turkish food, Scandinavian food and more?

by prima 4 years ago

I tend to lean towards innovative and less common 'ethnic' foods over French food/bagels/burgers/pizza/steak. Love Russian, Georgian, Turkish, Afghan, Scandinavian, Serbian, Mexican, Malaysian,...

Anybody have recommendations for in and around Snoqualmie?

by not the bad Steve 3 months ago

Planning a short "trip" there in mid-November. Thanks for any tips you can offer!

Trip recos for Seattle in Sept?

by marquisem 5 months ago

Hello! My fiance and I are honeymooning in Seattle next month for 5 nights/6 days. We're staying downtown, will have a car, and want to be adventurous. He eats anything, I'm a bit more picky. I ...

Planning Piedmont in Nov 2021

by veddeshpande 4 months ago

I'm going to Piedmont in early November, and based on the many posts here, I've so far decided to go to Veglio, La Cocinella, and Guido. I also wanted to go to Veglio and La Cocinella twice, becaus...

Catching up on a few N.O. restaurant visits

by collardman 6 months ago

In the C19 gap and a bit later we got to a few restaurants, not just take out. So some current comments. Brown Butter is still it's consistant self with maybe a slighly shorted menu. The burgers...