City Guide

6 New And Exciting Places To Eat In Honolulu

From regional cuisine to killer shave ice
Jun 30, 2014 10:00 am

True, if your Honolulu trip revolves solely around haging out at your Waikiki resort, you’re going to spend your days feasting on plenty of uninspired poke and Kalua pig. There’s nothing wrong with that, of course, but we know you’ve come to Food Republic to help you push things forward a bit in the culinary arena. Instead, abandon the beach for a few hours and venture to one of these six new-ish joints that are really making noise with locals. They won’t be filled with guests donning plastic leis, but there will be an abundance of quirky ambiance to complement their fine food and drink.

When In Cartagena, Colombia, Head For The Food Carts

From bollis to bollos, the city is rife with eats
Jun 2, 2014 11:00 am

Snoop around the verdant public squares, church plazas and along the ancient wall of colonial-era Cartagena, and you’ll find some of the city’s best eats. Though the UNESCO World Heritage site has recently trended towards the tony, locals keep it real — taking their meals on the cobblestoned avenues and alleyways that wind through town. Follow their lead, with this street food field guide of Colombia’s port city.

Key West, Florida: The Island Of Limes Offers A Lot More Than Pie

Four places for local pink shrimp, conch chowder
May 14, 2014 1:00 pm

Driving down the Route 1 oversea highway to the tip of Key West is one of America’s most scenic road trips. It’s become something of a foodie pilgrimage, too. In recent years, Key West has evolved into more than just a gay-friendly holiday haunt with wild street parties and crystalline coastlines. Five-star hotel dining, street food stands, open air brick-oven pizza joints and key lime pie shops are drawing crowds for their fabulous local fare and exotic environs. Here, Food Republic picks a handful of Key West’s culinary gems. 

9 Places To Eat And Drink Incredibly Well in Brussels, Belgium

There's mussels and beer, sure. But so much more!
Apr 28, 2014 9:00 am

In Belgium, half the population is French-speaking (called Walloons), while the other half speaks, and is ethnically, Dutch (called Flemish). This unique cultural mash makes for a rich culinary landscape that borrows ingredients and techniques from both northern Europe and France. Ok, so the first things that come to mind when thinking of Belgian cuisine are beer, mussels and French fries. But as we soon found out, there is so much more that the city has to offer. Here are 9 places to eat and drink incredibly well in Brussels. 

10 Places to Eat and Drink Incredibly Well in Reykjavik, Iceland

The contemporary Nordic movement is thriving
Apr 10, 2014 9:00 am

Today, Iceland's capital of Reykjavik, which hovers close to The Arctic Circle but is only a six hour flight from JFK airport, is experiencing a food renaissance, as chefs proudly serve dishes hovering at New York City restaurant rates comprised of fresh, Icelandic ingredients in a contemporary, Nordic style. Here are 10 places you need to check out.

9 Places To Eat And Drink Incredibly Well In Hong Kong

There's so much food buzz in Asia's Skyscraper City
Feb 25, 2014 3:00 pm

You already know all about the Rolex shops, rooftop bars and high-rise hotels. But there is more to Asia’s Skyscraper City than meets the Chanel eyewear. From the best dim sum on earth to star-studded international imports, the Chinese city-state is one of the world’s most exciting places to eat right now. It's Fantasy Travel Week on Food Republic, so here are 9 places to eat and drink incredibly well in Hong Kong.

10 Places To Eat And Drink In Buenos Aires, Argentina Right Now

There's more than just beef and Malbec going down
Feb 7, 2014 10:00 am

Buenos Aires is a charming city of vast boulevards and winding alleys. But what about the food? Argentina is renowned for its grass-fed cattle and superior wine regions, but there’s much more to eat and drink in this diverse capital these days, as I found out during a recent visit (and yes, it's summer there when it's winter here!). Here are 10 places to eat well in Buenos Aires right now.

5 Boston Hotel Restaurants Worth Checking Out, Without Even Checking In

Buzzy dining rooms, inventive chefs, fresh seafood
Jan 23, 2014 11:00 am

In recent years, Boston's hotel restaurants have morphed from second-rate dinning options to some of the city’s most exuberant culinary venues. Whether locally rooted or internationally trained, most of that credit is due to chefs having an eye for creating menus that make the most of their local ingredients and manage to make dishes feel inventive, exciting and stylish.


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