If you’re looking to lose out your summer on a good note with one more trip and a new itinerary of meals to extend your palette, here are a few well known cities and well known delicacies to write home about during your travels.
Go to New Orleans for their Food Walking Tour of the French Quarter. Not only can you listen to jazz in its birth home, but you can sample all of the local cuisine the French Quarter has to offer: including, but not limited to jambalaya, seafood gumbo, pralins, and Creole style brisket. You can also learn the history behind the food, and even sample a few drinks.
From music festivals in Central Park to Broadway shows in Time Square, New York is chock full of things to sample at least once, and food is no different. ure to fill your stomach is the Best of Brooklyn Half Day and Culture Tour with a combination bus and walking tour. Activities for the day include round trip tour of Brooklyn and Manhattan, a chance to taste Brooklyn’s most iconic dishes such as pizza and pierogi, and a chance to learn all about the food and culture that makes Brooklyn great. Courtesy of an experienced NYC sightseeing guide.
It's not just known for the musical, Chicago has a few diamonds in the rough when it comes to food that are just waiting to be discovered. If you get the chance, you should definitely take advantage of the Famous Tastes of Chicago Food Tour. In it, you can experience a walking food tour of Chicago with stops at a few iconic locations scattered throughout the city,and the main attraction: six tastings at local eateries, which include Pizano’s Pizza and Pasta, Goddess and the Bakery, Fannie May Chocolates, The Berghoff Restaurant, and Al’s Beef.
Now you can go to Sin City without worrying about the age old mantra “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas". With the Las Vegas Strip Afternoon Food Tour, you can visit four Las Vegas restaurants on the strip. The V.I.P service that lets you skip the lines to sample the most notable dishes thestrip has to offer, courtesy of a professional guide to help you along the way. This includes dishes from all walks of life from America, France, Japan, the Mediteranean,and Italy. There’s even room for Asian Cuisine that comes with a side order of fun facts.
All food lovers will appreciate this Little Italy and North Beach Walking Tour in San Francisco. With the cafes and bakeries that are along North Beach in San Francisco's Little Italy, you’re in for a day of great food and even greater varieties of eateries, including Mario’s, Z Cioccolato, Stella Pastry, and Molinari Delicatessen. You can wash it all down with a tall glass of Italian soda before having a few cannolis for dessert.
With the summer season coming down to the wire, now's the perfect time to implement one more vacation and treat yourself to a few new dishes that, if you're a foodie, are guaranteed to have you coming back for seconds - and maybe even thirds!