Eat – post archive
Some of our favorite and memorable places to eat on our travels.
Regina Pizzeria in Boston’s North End has tasty pizzas in a local’s atmosphere. Service was great, food was hot, and it’s staying on my list for future Boston trips.
Rudford’s Restaurant in San Diego is a go-to spot for late night food. It’s open 24/7 with all-day breakfast and the retro decor makes the experience extra fun.
List of some of our favorite SOMA restaurants in San Francisco, all very walkable and all very tasty! Jump to the end for a walkable map.
Water Grill is a large, comfortable space. It’s got fantastic food, great ambiance, and truly above-and-beyond service made our dinners here two of the best we’ve ever had.
A perfect evening in Nice: sit it outside on the patio at Pizza Cresci in Nice, sip on a glass of wine, munch on a pizza, and people watch.
The Flavors of San Juan Food Tour is a fascinating mix of food, history, and culture that provides a tasty and provocative glimpse into what Puerto Ricans, as a culture, like to eat and how their culinary traditions started. Plus, it’s delicious.
Angelina’s gorgeous Belle Epoque setting is the backdrop for the richest hot chocolate you’ll ever taste.
If you have one chance for a quintessential Parisian lunch, head directly to L’Ecluse François 1er in the 8th. Sink into a rich butterscotch leather banquette, sip a glass of wine or l’eau avec gas, order the lunch special of the day, whatever that may be, and listen to Ray Charles playing softly from the hidden speakers and enjoy.
Discover the super-hidden and quite delicious Secret Pizza in Las Vegas’s Cosmopolitan Hotel. Take a slice or three back to your room and watch the Bellagio fountains dance in the dark while you nosh. It’s the best dinner and a show you can find in town!