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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Manhattan help

by mrsjoujou 5 months ago

Hi. First time in 4 years visiting early September for 3 nights. I reserved Shukette before the hotel! Love that kind of food. I need one special dinner outside dining or special filter, open wi...

NOTL 2021 recommendations?

by rstuart 5 months ago

I couldn't find anything recent, so wanted to ask for any restaurant/winery recommendations for NOTL. We will be there the Sunday to Tuesday of the Labour Day week-end. We have reservations for the...

Charleston Restaurants - when you can't quite afford FIG

by Blazniva 11 months ago

We're spending 4 days and nights in Charleston in late April. I love good food and that's one of the main reasons we chose to visit Charleston (also warm weather, beaches, architecture and history)...

Paris Outdoor Dinner in October

by mrsnm 5 months ago

My husband and I are planning a trip to Paris mid-October and would prefer to eat dinner outdoors. Any suggestions? Staying in the 6th but we are open in terms of area, cuisine and price. Reservati...

Trad + Splurge Meal Options in Paris

by JonMcIntosh 2 years ago

Hi everyone! Brand new to the forum here, but love reading the advice doled out by many local experts. My wife and I are headed to Paris for the first time for a short 3 day/3 night trip, sta...

Playing Detroit Jazz Festival-Food Recommendations?

by Jazzyphil 5 months ago

Playing at The Detroit Jazz Festival this weekend & staying at The Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center. Any food recommendations nearby? I’m open to most good food. Thanks!

Denver to Durango and Northern New Mexico/Santa Fe

jen kalb
by jen kalb 8 months ago

In August I will be taking a driving trip (mostly gardening and nature oriented) from Denver to Vail then southward (though Buena Vista, Salida etc) then westward to Durango for a multi-day gatheri...

Stratford 2021

by caviartothegeneral 6 months ago

The Globe and Mail's theatre critic, J. Kelly Nestruck, wrote an interesting piece (in today's print edition) about Stratford's bar and restaurant scene. It's currently behind a paywall, but the gi...

Spring trip to coastal Maine...

by gutreactions 3 years ago

Prepping for our return to Maine late in May. We stay in Kennebunkport and travel out from there. What new and interesting culinary news can you share with us? Our travel map ranges from mid-Coast ...

Muskoka eating 2021

Dr. John
by Dr. John 5 months ago

We were just up in the area of Bala for the past week with members of our family. Although we mainly cooked our meals, we did get to try some local places: The best of the bunch was The Smokin ...

Three Days in Tucson, AZ

by marisa6788 2 years ago

Traveling from NY to Tuscon for first time. I am total foodie also like good atmosphere.. Trying to pick three dinner places. Any recommendations on must hit spots? The Grill? A steak place which ...

Best Dinner in Tulsa

by sigil 6 months ago

In a few weeks I'm going to be in Tulsa with friends for one night and wanted to see what my best option for dinner is. Between our group we have a short list, but since we are all coming from o...

First time in Andalusia/ back in Madrid

by dostrovs 7 months ago

After a short brake in a food related traveling we are planning to visit Sevilla, Cadiz, Malaga, Granada, Cordoba and Madrid in September. Any advice is appreciated. My last trip report: http...

Outdoor dining, New Bedford, MA

by somervilleoldtimer 6 months ago

We'll be visiting New Bedford and we're looking for outdoor, covered but covid-safe dining. Any cuisine will be fine. Thanks in advance!

Help with recommendation for Andalusia, Asturia and Barcelona

by silverlim 7 months ago

We are heading back to Spain in mid July. We are very sad and heartbroken to find out Ibai had closed, our no 1 restaurant in San Sebastian. We're glad that we made it back last year during pandemi...

Anything good for Lunch and Dinner in PHX-Scottsdale?

by twodales2 6 months ago

Looking for good spots for good food in Scottsdale or PHX. From Diners to Nice Restaurants. Thanks for any tips.

Lunch Suggestions in Napa/Calistoga

by Morgz45 7 months ago

We will be staying in Younteville in early November. We have stayed there before about 8 years ago but we are visiting different wineries this time. We are pretty sure where we want to make dinner ...

Portland birthday week

by chadnibal 7 months ago

We're in Portland for 5 days including my wife's birthday, don't know the area, but lobster, scallops, magret de canard, turtle soup, foie gras, trout, salmon, and arctic char are some of our favor...

Reno food scene

by Dagney 2 years ago

We are considering Reno as a retirement destination and are about to drive up there from Las Vegas. One of our requirements in a new location is a good food scene. Las Vegas has proven itself thi...

Lunch/brunch near-ish Logan?

by Splendid Spatula 6 months ago

Hi Hounds, looking to meet a friend this Sunday for a midday catchup, while she is between pickups and dropoffs at Logan. What makes sense, location-wise? Something in the Seaport? I'm not reall...