I love to eat. I am always on the hunt for delicious food and new places to try. So, I decided to share with you my top five favorite food destinations in America. I have visited these cities multiple times and each time I am still amazed by their deliciousness.
Portland is a great place to visit, with plenty of food options and a great food scene. The city has an abundance of vegan restaurants, which is great for those who are vegan or want to eat less meat.
Portland has many restaurants in the city and in the suburbs as well, so if you’re traveling there on business or just want to get away for a weekend trip with friends, there’s something for everyone!
Austin is the capital of Texas and has long been known as one of the best places to live in America. It’s also home to a lot of great food, including many restaurants with excellent chefs and culinary programs. In fact, the city boasts more than 1,000 places where you can eat well–and I’m not just talking about fast food or chain restaurants here! If you’re looking for something authentic or unique (or both), Austin has got your back. From Tex-Mex joints to BBQ shacks and beyond, this city has it all when it comes to dining out experiences that will blow your mind…and then make you want more!
New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans is known for its food, and it’s no wonder. The city has a rich culinary history that dates back to French settlers in the early 18th century. In fact, New Orleans was once called “the Paris of America” because of its rich cuisine and cultural influences from around the world.
The city’s seafood dishes are particularly famous–especially oysters! You can find these tiny treats at almost any restaurant or bar in town (and there are a lot). If you’re not sure where to start with these delicious creatures, check out this list for some recommendations on where you should go: https://www.tripadvisor/restaurants-g60763-c2729769-New_Orleans_Louisiana_Region#p188022
San Francisco, Calif.
San Francisco is a foodie’s paradise. The city has a great variety of restaurants and bars, but it’s also known for its food trucks. If you’re looking for something different, check out these five spots:
- Dumpling Time – This place serves dumplings that will blow your mind! They have an array of different flavors including ones with shrimp and crab meat as well as vegetarian options like tofu or shiitake mushrooms. They also serve other items such as noodles and buns if you want something more substantial than just dumplings (which are delicious enough on their own).
- Nopa – For those who enjoy French cuisine, this restaurant offers amazing pastries at breakfast time along with dishes like quiche Lorraine served with potatoes au gratin and salad greens topped off with eggs sunny-side up plus ham or bacon if desired (I recommend adding both). For lunchtime there are many sandwiches available including one made from chicken breast buttermilk fried then grilled over an open flame before being stuffed inside a brioche bun slathered in spicy mayo sauce along north coast micro greens mixed together
- The food in D.C. is phenomenal.
- There are so many restaurants to choose from, and they’re all amazing (I mean, we have one Michelin-starred chef).
- But if you want something more casual and affordable, there are also food markets and trucks that offer delicious, fresh meals at great prices–and there’s always a line out the door!
These cities have great food!
To me, food is a big part of the culture in these cities. In New York, you can’t walk more than a few blocks without seeing a restaurant with an open door and people waiting outside for their table. In Barcelona, there are tons of tapas bars where you can sit down with friends from all over the world and try some delicious foods that you wouldn’t normally eat at home.
In addition to being great places for foodies (like me), these cities also have other attractions like museums and parks that make them interesting places to visit. Each city has its own unique vibe: Los Angeles is sunny all year round while San Francisco gets foggy on days when it’s not cloudy; Chicago has an impressive skyline but lacks beaches; London has lots of history but isn’t as modern as some other European capitals
These cities have great food! I hope you enjoyed this list of my favorite food destinations as much as I did writing it. If you have any suggestions for places that should be added to the list, please leave them in the comments below!