8 Food And Travel Instagram Accounts That Make Us Jealous

We're all on our phones too much. Here's why.
Feb 11, 2015 1:00 pm

With it being Fantasy Travel Week, we wanted to shout out some of our favorite Instagram accounts that remind us on a daily basis about the incredible, Instagram-worthy world of food and drink out there. Here are links to their feeds, with a few favorite photos at the end.

Southern Food Road Trip: How To Eat Your Way From New Orleans To Austin, TX

Buy the ticket, take the ride, open wide
Feb 10, 2015 12:00 pm

The Gulf Coast is a gastronome's paradise, with all sorts of tantalizing pit stops along the road from New Orleans to Austin. Nashville-based writer Chris Chamberlain steers us to the most enticing exits in his latest Southern road-trip dispatch.

12 New Hotels Around The World With An Eye On Food And Drink

Here's where to stay during your winter travels
Feb 9, 2015 2:00 pm

Tricked-out rooms are only part of a hotel’s allure. Eye-catching design, an animated bar and a pool (bonus if it’s on the roof) are really what we crave when we’re not playing tourist. From New York to Cuba (yes, we’re really allowed to travel there now) to Myanmar, here are 12 newish hotels where we’re eager to spend the night.

5 Places To Eat And Drink In Liverpool

A sporting city gets serious about cooking
Feb 9, 2015 11:00 am

Liverpool: It’s the hometown of the Beatles and other awesome bands like Echo & The Bunnymen and The La’s (a personal favorite). The locals are way, way serious about their football. It’s a port city that also hosts a vibrant art scene (in the form of street art and museums like the Tate). What you might not know is that the city’s dining scene is on the rise.

24 Places To Visit For Fantasy Food Travel

Book your ticket for the food and drink alone
Feb 9, 2015 9:00 am

This week we bring you our third annual Fantasy Travel Week. Recently, on one of those cold January afternoons when you wish they sold shots of serotonin at the local espresso bar, we sat around a table in our drafty Manhattan offices and came up with a list of places we'd travel to for the food and drink alone.

Welcome To Food Republic Fantasy Travel Week

Do you travel to eat, drink and eat more?
Feb 9, 2015 8:30 am

When was the last time you did it? Perhaps in the shower? Maybe while out for a cocktail with friends, or running on the treadmill? If you live in a colder region of the world, you are likely doing it a lot these days. We’re talking about escaping the day-to-day grind to ponder where you want to travel to next. Away from tapping into spreadsheet cells or delivering boxes. You want out. And now, more than ever, this exit strategy revolves around food.

Boston Magazine Dedicates An Issue To The City's Sandwich Excellence

The sandwich scene in Beantown is strong
Feb 2, 2015 12:00 pm

Sandwiches might not be the first food item to come to mind when thinking of Boston. Upon closer examination, this declaration shouldn’t exactly come as a surprise: Philly is famous for its cheesesteaks, Nola has the po’boy, Maine slings the best lobster rolls and the Big Apple’s legendary delis are like no other. And yet Beantown has managed to assemble a sandwich scene as impressive as it is diverse. Boston magazine has taken notice and devoted its February issue to discussing the city’s best subs, melts, tortas and various creations from around the globe.

Hotel Food: Not Just Club Sandwiches Anymore

If you serve Asian noodles, guests will book
Jan 28, 2015 9:00 am

All over the world, hoteliers are amping up efforts to satiate guests in new and unique ways. Food and drink has become such a critical focus for modern hoteliers that it is taking up ever more real estate, sometimes even commandeering the traditional lobby area and pushing the front desk to the side. Chris Shott checks in on a very accomodating trend.


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