Why You Should Visit San Francisco (Hint – Delicious Foods is Just One of the Reasons)
The Culinary Travel Guide Blog | Inspiration for the food-obsessed traveler
by Nelia Nunes
3M ago
Table of Contents San Francisco’s Famous Neighborhoods San Francisco’s Iconic Landmarks The Arts and Music Scenes Great Food & Drinking Spots The Outdoors San Francisco’s Recent Challenges and Why You Should Still Visit San Francisco has an undeniably laid-back vibe. You can feel that vibe when you walk through its eclectic neighborhoods or when you catch a cable car going down a steep street with the breathtaking waterfront in the background. You feel it as you pass by its beautiful Victorian houses or pop into its many bars and restaurants. San Francisco is relaxed and ..read more
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San Francisco Neighborhoods
The Culinary Travel Guide Blog | Inspiration for the food-obsessed traveler
by Nelia Nunes
3M ago
Ah, San Francisco. A relatively small city (only 7 square miles!), but with a huge personality.   It’s one of the most culturally diverse cities in the country.  If you’ve seen any pictures of San Francisco, you probably have seen one of the iconic top of Golden Gate Bridge peeking over the fog.  Fog is a staple in San Francisco, especially during the summer.  San Francisco is made up of about 11 neighborhoods.  Each neighborhood has unique food, culture, and vibe, and you will most likely notice the second you step into a new neighborhood.  Ready to visit SF ..read more
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Where to Eat in Folsom, CA
The Culinary Travel Guide Blog | Inspiration for the food-obsessed traveler
by Nelia Nunes
3M ago
Located in Northern California, this historic town (which is where I live!) has a lot to offer when it comes to food and drinks. If you’re ever in the area, stop by these local favorites for lunch, dinner, and drinks. Where To Go for Lunch in Folsom, CA La Fiesta Taqueria A must-visit for anyone looking for delicious Mexican food. Their tacos and burritos are the real deal, and their salsa bar offers chips, bean dip, and a large variety of homemade salsas. Karen’s Bakery and Cafe Karen’s is another local favorite for lunch. Their sandwiches and salads are made with fresh ingredients, and their ..read more
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Exploring the Best Bars in Murphys, CA
The Culinary Travel Guide Blog | Inspiration for the food-obsessed traveler
by Nelia Nunes
3M ago
Murphys is a charming historic town in the heart of California’s Gold Country. It’s known for its scenic beauty, wineries, and vibrant dining scene. I love the adorable town in Murphys, so much so that we purchased a home there. Murphys may be small, but its bar scene packs a big punch. Whether you’re in the mood for a historic saloon, a cozy wine-tasting room, or a contemporary pub, Murphys has a bar or pub to suit your tastes. Next time you find yourself in this charming Gold Country town, explore its vibrant downtown and discover your favorite bar in Murphys. Murphys Hotel Saloon For a tas ..read more
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8 Happy Hours to Try in Folsom, CA
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by CulinaryTravel
4M ago
Living in Folsom, I check out a lot of Folsom’s Happy Hours. Here are some of my favorites, in no particular order. Enjoy! Back Bistro I can often be found at the bar with my computer here, getting work done in the afternoon. So, I’ve hit up a lot of happy hours here. Their happy hour menu consists of $4, $6, $8 and $10 items. Their food is delicious, so this is a great opportunity to taste some of their options at a more affordable price. Try the goat cheese fritters, the ahi & crispy rice cakes, or one of the flatbreads. Mas Taco Bar All appetizers are 1/2 off during Happy Hour. Select ..read more
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A Food Lover’s Guide to Visiting California
The Culinary Travel Guide Blog | Inspiration for the food-obsessed traveler
by CulinaryTravel
4M ago
California is a dream destination for food lovers. As a native Californian, I am excited to share info and the best finds in my all-time favorite state! California has a fascinating history and vibrant, diverse culture, which has greatly impacted its food and given it a unique combination of flavors. The region even has its own unique style — Cal-Mex— that blends traditional Mexican ingredients with local fresh, healthy Californian produce like avocados, tomatoes, and lettuce. Northern California Have you heard about the Northern vs. Southern California dispute the locals have?  Well,…. S ..read more
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Where To Eat & Drink in Austin
The Culinary Travel Guide Blog | Inspiration for the food-obsessed traveler
by CulinaryTravel
5M ago
Updated November 11, 2023 You know what they say – everything’s bigger in Texas! And that includes Austin’s food scene. If you’re visiting Austin, be sure to bring your appetite. With so many delicious restaurants in a city where Keeping Things Weird is encouraged, the possibilities are endless, and the food will sure make it worth your while! Looking for where to eat and drink while you’re in Austin? I’ve got my favorite places, both high-end and hole-in-the-walls. Boteca Food Truck Brazilian | Usually parked on 1200 block of 6th Street Boteco Food Truck in Austin is a hidden gem that br ..read more
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Where to Eat in Kauai
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by CulinaryTravel
1y ago
If you’re planning a trip to Kauai and need recommendations for where to eat, read on! Kauai is a paradise for beach lovers, thrill seekers, and outdoor lovers. Known as Hawaii’s “Garden Isle,” it’s far less developed than other popular locations. It is much calmer and more relaxing, with fewer tourists.  It’s home to jaw-dropping mountain landscapes, dazzling turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, sugarcane fields, and lush green vegetation.  Photo by Ryan Miller on Unsplash Kauai has delicious restaurants and cafes scattered all across the island. Whether you are looking for a smal ..read more
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Insider’s Guide on Where to Eat in Edinburgh
The Culinary Travel Guide Blog | Inspiration for the food-obsessed traveler
by CulinaryTravel
1y ago
Edinburgh may be known as a capital city of culture, flaunting the world’s largest art festival every August, but its culinary scene also packs a punch. Between those trots up to the Royal Mile or meanders along Grassmarket, a good meal is due. Luckily, the restaurants in Edinburgh make this a breeze. Whether you want a casual lunch, a specialty coffee spot, or a nice dinner for two, here is where to eat in Edinburgh. Photo by Cameron Gibson on UnsplashFor Scottish cuisine Atmospheric, with the lingering aroma of whisky in the air, Amber Restaurant in Old Town is one of the best places for tra ..read more
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Where To Eat In Paris: 10 Can’t-Miss Spots for the Best Food
The Culinary Travel Guide Blog | Inspiration for the food-obsessed traveler
by CulinaryTravel
1y ago
Photo by Mathias Reding on Unsplash Paris is known for its great food and culture, so it’s no surprise that the city is home to some of the best restaurants in the world. Whether you’re looking for a simple café lunch or an extravagant gourmet experience, Paris has something for everyone. Today, we’re exploring the best restaurants in the city that are sure to make your Parisian adventure unforgettable. From classic French bistros to pubs, this list of 10 best restaurants in Paris will help you find the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal. A French portion is half of an American portion ..read more
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