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Europe’s Best Beer Drinking Destinations

Europe’s Best Beer Drinking Destinations

Beer experts Bob and Ellie Tupper have just released their new book, Drinking in the Culture, an exhaustive guide to all the best places to drink beer in Europe. Here are their top 10 favorites in an excerpt from the book. #10.  Sheffield, England.  Hop off a train and into a bar. Many European cities […]

Paris Dining & The Rise of the Bistronomie

Paris Dining & The Rise of the Bistronomie

In the past few years, a new breed of chef has brought influences from around the world and a hyper-seasonal touch to French cooking with a wave of casual restaurant openings in Paris. In a society with rigid designations for its eating establishment – the bistro, the brasserie, le restaurant – a new category has […]

Wining and Dining in Florence Without Breaking the Bank.

Wining and Dining in Florence Without Breaking the Bank.

Like most destinations, Florence, Italy has numerous restaurants of varying quality and authenticity. However, with a little effort and patience, it is possible to have an authentic Italian experience and find great value for exceptional food. Famous for its bustling street market, the area around San Lorenzo overflows with eateries just waiting to rip off […]

Venice Eating & Drinking

Venice Eating & Drinking

Venice’s restaurant scene is centered around fish and seafood. Be prepared to pay for quality, though, as good restaurants only serve ingredients from the Rialto market or caught by fishermen who still ply their trade in the lagoon or sea beyond. Unfortunately, the captive tourist market means that many restaurants traffic in pizza, cheap prix-fixes and frozen […]

Burgenland, Austria

Burgenland, Austria

Southeast of Vienna, hugging the border with Hungary, lies the Austrian region known as Burgenland. Once part of the Roman province of Pannonia, Burgenland is Austria’s oldest wine producing area, a natural wonderland and home to some of Austria’s most charming towns, notably Eisenstadt and Rust. The northern part of Burgenland is characterized by mainly […]

Istanbul Dining Guide

Istanbul Dining Guide

The diversity of Turkish cuisine is on display everywhere in Istanbul, from the abundant street food to kebab shops to high-end dining. The city’s most celebrated restaurant, Mikla in the Marmara Pera Hotel, is run by a Turkish-Finnish chef, but if you don’t want to spring for an expensive dinner, visit the bar and take in stunning […]

Prague Restaurant Guide

Prague Restaurant Guide

Don’t believe the rumor that food in Prague is restricted to stick-to-your ribs meat and potatoes. With the influx of foreign visitors, eating in Prague has increasingly become an adventure in unusual flavors and unfamiliar dining practices.

Berlin Mitte Eating & Drinking

Berlin Mitte Eating & Drinking

Berlin’s Mitte has become the destination for dining and late night carousing in the city. While German food has the reputation for being heavy and rich, more and more modern German restaurants are sourcing local, artisanal produce, meats and cheeses with a focus on organic and seasonal cooking. Here are some of the best spots […]

Cafe Culture – Eastern Europe

Cafe Culture – Eastern Europe

Our author loves cafes – not only because she is a coffee aficionado but also because they  reveal the social fabric of a place. In cafés, the working day is suspended long enough to allow the trading of gossip or an argument about politics over a cup of coffee. For travelers, these places are a […]

Cafe Culture – Western Europe

Cafe Culture – Western Europe

Our author loves cafes – not only because she is a coffee aficionado but also because they reveal the social fabric of a place. In cafés, the working day is suspended long enough to allow the trading of gossip or an argument about politics over a cup of coffee. For travelers, these places are a […]

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Rabat, Morocco

Rabat, Morocco’s capital city, is flush with history and culture unbeknownst to the many Morocco-bound tourists who flock to Tangiers and Casablanca. For those who venture off the beaten path, however, Rabat will prove just as rewarding.

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