Austin is also host to one cool food and wine festival going down at the end of the month. The Austin Food & Wine Festival returns April 26-27 with a full schedule of chef tastings, classes (think Tim Love + 150 smoking grills) and an event called Rock Your Taco, which we had a nice time at last year. Details and how to get in on the action, this way.
There's a lot more going on than hoops and studying
Apr 9, 2014 9:00 am
Sure, you’re familiar with Nashville and Atlanta. But what about the smaller southern cities packing just as much flavor? In The Hidden South, Chris Chamberlain takes a look at a region of the South that is most certainly worth traveling to for the food. Up next, the foods of the so-called Research Triangle in North Carolina.
Used To Be A Pizza Hut is now our favorite website
Apr 8, 2014 12:00 pm
For many readers of a particular age and geographical origin, Pizza Huts were a part of growing up. Remember the $4.99 lunch buffet? The Land Before Time puppets? Sadly, Pizza Huts are dying. But that doesn't mean the iconic structures die as well.
For the past five years Gregory Marchand's restaurant Frenchie has attracted Parisians to its tiny dining room in the old garment district, Sentier, with a market-driven tasting menu — of course, nothing new to Parisians — that struck a nerve with the city’s legendarily testy diners. How? By weaving together international flavors with invention, irreverence and layers of flavors.
The San Gabriel Valley, a sprawling area east of downtown L.A. that encompasses almost 300 square miles, houses the best regional Chinese cuisine in the U.S., plus impressive representatives from countries like Vietnam, Japan, and Indonesia. Here are 13 of the east’s best dishes.
San Diego takes on the California wine world at Vin Diego Wine & Food Festival. Brooklyn weekend outdoors food crawl Smorgasburg comes out of hibernation if it’s been too long since your last awesome schnitzel sandwich. If the weather's not warming up fast enough for you, grab tickets to the Iron Chef Competition at the Houston Press Menu of Menus Extravaganza. These and more, after the jump.
Every Wednesday, Food Republic’s column “Would You Like to Hear About Our Specials?” highlights the nightly special dishes offered at popular restaurants from around the country. This week, we take a look at tonight’s specials from some of New York City, Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles and Seattle's hotspots, with stops in Houston, Miami, New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Greenwich, Connecticut, Franklin, Tennessee and West Palm Beach, Florida.
Over the past few years we’ve spent a lot of time covering Vietnam because, well, it’s one of our favorite places to visit in the world. We also have a thing for fragrant noodle soups, and pho is just about at the top of the list. With that, here are some of our favorite stories, recipes and travel dispatches.