3 Most Delicious Cities In America For Foodies
Not sure where to travel for your next vacay? When you’re not taking culinary courses online, experience delicious food first-hand in a city that is known for its one-of-a-kind, mouth-watering cuisine. Not all areas of the U.S. are created equal when it comes to delivering the next great meal. Next time you’re traveling, consider visiting one of these cities and see what the culinary buzz is all about:
Discover historic cafes with local cooking styles and the Cajun dishes for which this city is so well-known. Enjoy country-style cooking with Southern flavors and hearty, rich dishes like gumbo, shrimp creole and turtle soup. Here are some places to try:
Commander’s Palace: This fine dining establishment has been praised for its Foie Gras ‘Du Monde,’ a delicate dish of skillet-roasted foie gras over apple, pecan and foie gras beignets.
Arnaud’s Restaurant: If you’re looking for breakfast or brunch, this is the place to be. Its chefs serve cheese grits, poached eggs over Holland rusks and Canadian bacon, chocolate chip waffles, and chicken stuffed with boudin sausage. You can even enjoy dessert after breakfast with their popular Bananas Foster.
This Californian dining scene is one of the best in the country due to its hearty comfort food and fine dining that suits just about any palette. Next time you find yourself in San Francisco, try out any of these foodie favorites:
Off the Grid: Off the Grid started in June 2010 as a group of street food vendors and have since become one of the most loved food trucks in all of California. The group operates 23 weekly markets in the greater bay area and works with more than 150 vendors weekly. These trucks serve everything from burgers and Vietnamese-inspired tacos to crispy fried chicken and fresh-cut fries.
Nopalito: Enjoy some authentic Mexican cuisine at this restaurant that is known for its sweet tortillas and some of the city’s best carnitas.
For those who can’t get enough of seafood, Providence offers some of the best “boat-to-table” are that comes direct from local fishermen.
Nick’s on Broadway: Originally established in 1969, this establishment serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. For breakfast, try the sauteed local winter vegetables with two poached eggs and grilled bread and stick around for lunch to try the wild Point Judith yellowtail flounder filet. If you visit Nick’s at night, you can have the chef create and prepare a special four course menu for you.
Chez Pascal: This restaurant offers French cuisine with an emphasis on local and seasonal ingredients. Try a marinated beet salad with pistachios or seared sea scallops with a broth of celery root.
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