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3 Must-Visit Foodie Destinations

Whether you want to create your own restaurant crawl or book one run by a professional, if you’re looking to experience a wide variety of cuisine and food-centered activities, these towns—located throughout the U.S.— are definitely worth exploring.


This year-round destination draws travelers looking for outdoor adventure, one-of-kind events and festivals. With more than 150 palate-pleasing bars and restaurants, Park City’s food scene appeals to those looking for a flavorful lunch, a decadent dinner, or a full-on culinary experience.

Where to Eat:

Park City has a plethora of restaurants that draw inspiration from around the world, including the Australian-inspired dishes at Five5eeds, French cuisine at Courchevel Bistro, Mexican dishes at Dos Olas (with various dishes inspired by the chef’s family recipes), Asian cuisine at Yuma Sushi, and elegant European fare at Stein Eriksen Lodge’s Glitretind. If meat is what you’re after, the city has some of the best steakhouses in the country. There’s Edge Steakhouse located in Westgate Park City Resort & Spa, Prime Steakhouse and Piano Bar on Main Street, Sterling Steak and Lounge, and RIME.

What to Do:

Known as Park City’s largest outdoor dining event, Savor the Summit; it returned last year after a two-year hiatus. Situated along the town’s historic Main Street, the summit offers diners a unique chance to enjoy the city’s fabulous food, drinks and live music while seated in the middle of Main Street.


Head to the waterfront area of Savannah, GA, to explore the Plant Riverside District, which offers incredible dining, high-end shopping, live music and art galleries.

Where to Eat:

With more than a dozen restaurants and lounges, the district’s dining options range from Electric Moon, a lively rooftop bar with unique cocktails, small plates and live music, to District Seafood, which has some of the freshest seafood in Savannah (and great water views). Stone & Webster Chophouse has the region’s finest steaks, while Byrd’s Cookie Company and District Gelato serve up sweet desserts.

What to Do:

The Sunday Gospel Brunch, which runs once a month, is a southern tradition. Enjoy eats like chicken and waffles, lowcountry shrimp, stone- ground grits, and more alongside amazing gospel music.


In just a few short years, the culinary landscape in this South Florida resort town has evolved, garnering lots of atten- tion for its dynamic dining scene.

Where to Eat:

When visiting The Palm Beaches, it’s a good idea to come hungry. Visitors and locals alike can find everything from fine dining, fried alligator and “cook your catch” options, all in one place, thanks to the well-balanced fusion of cutting-edge newcomers and classic masters. A culinary road trip here should feature a stop at several of the local celebrity chef hot spots, including chef Clay Conley’s trio of restaurants, Grato, Imoto, and Būccan. Other notable establishments include Chef Jeremy Ford’s The Butcher’s Club, Chef Lindsay Autry’s Honeybelle or The Regional, Chef Akira Back’s eponymous upscale restaurant in Delray Beach, Chef Daniel Boulud’s Café Boulud, and Chef Mauro Cola- Greco’s Florie’s—all worth a reservation.

What to Do:

Consider a West Palm Beach Food Tour to not only sample some of the local delicacies, but also get some great background history on the area.

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