Unique Eats And Eateries Of Chicago

Author: Matt Kirouac
Editor: Reedy Press LLC
ISBN: 1681060906
Size: 19,21 MB
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Chicago has come a long way since its stereotypical days as a meat-and-potatoes town. Over the past several decades, as the city rose to global metropolis status, so too did its multifaceted food scene. Nowadays, Chicago's restaurants, bakeries and neighborhood eateries are as highly regarded as its famed skyscrapers. Sure there are hot dogs and deep-dish pizzas aplenty, much of it well worth a bucket list-type visit, but there's so much more to explore and eat in all corners of the city. Try Macanese food in Logan Square. Pair "culinary beer" with German chocolate cake. Go old-school in a legendary Gold Coast steakhouse. From awe-inspiring tasting menus hidden away down a quiet West Loop street to smoked fish with a side of Blues Brothers lore, Chicago is filled to the brim with unique eats and eateries. Come hungry, and bring a copy of Unique Eats & Eateries of Chicago!

Unique Eats And Eateries Of Louisville

Author: Kevin Gibson
Editor: Reedy Press LLC
ISBN: 1681061325
Size: 10,93 MB
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Louisville is consistently recognized as having one of the best dining scenes in America, with its farm-to-table aesthetic, celebrity chefs like Edward Lee, and ultra-hip pockets of dining culture around the city, from NuLu to Downtown to the Highlands. But Louisville is also home to countless one-of-a-kind eateries that span myriad cultures, from Vietnamese food to street tacos to Ethiopian fine dining to mom-and-pop diners and soul food restaurants. Unique Eats and Eateries of Louisville will take you on a tasty tour of some of the city's most distinctive, unusual, and downright delicious places to fill your belly.

Unique Eats And Eateries Of Portland Oregon

Author: Adam Sawyer
Editor: Reedy Press LLC
ISBN: 1681061864
Size: 17,82 MB
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Thanks to a combination of prehistoric events and prime location, Oregon’s Willamette Valley is arguably one of the best growing regions in North America. Roughly two decades ago, when the “Farm to Table” movement was establishing its roots, culinary talent from around the globe began flocking to the valley to take advantage of the area’s bounty. Located near the north end of the nation’s new Bread Basket, Portland was a city that embraced creativity and independent spirit, while simultaneously being one of the most affordable west coast cities in the country. Thanks to these and a number of other factors, Portland became the eye of a culinary storm that began swirling around the state of Oregon. By the time the clouds cleared, a sleepy little river town in the Pacific Northwest had become a world-renowned food Mecca. Unique Eats and Eateries of Portland, Oregon tells that story. In Unique Eats and Eateries of Portland, Oregon, culinary writer, published author, and guide, Adam Sawyer, details a food scene bookended by the epicurean proving grounds of the food cart pods and James Beard Award-winning, chef-driven restaurants. In between, you’ll explore endless volumes of culinary genre: Brewpubs, neighborhood eateries, dive bars, wine bars, hyper-local, hyper-seasonal, vegetarian, vegan, baconarian, and beyond. Adam Sawyer uncovers the untold stories of the people behind the city’s ascension to culinary greatness. Along the way, you’ll discover the best places to try it all!

Unique Eats And Eateries Of Philadelphia

Author: Irene Levy Baker
Editor: Reedy Press LLC
ISBN: 1681061414
Size: 18,75 MB
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If you are hungry for a good meal and a delicious story, this book is here to serve you. It introduces you to the most fascinating restaurants and chefs in Philadelphia. Discover how two chocolatiers got engaged; dinners interrupted by bungled mob hits; restaurants that survived an earthquake, a fire, and even Prohibition; a secret restaurant that began in a backyard tent; and a distillery that started in a basement. The book includes the sweet and spicy stories behind more than 90 bistros, bars, bakeries, and breweries - restaurants with moving stories and good food and drink. Learn how to get reservations at trendy restaurants and into secret speakeasies. Find the most sinful desserts, where senior citizens dine with college seniors, where to taste goat, and spot celebrities too. Philadelphia, perhaps best known for its famous cheesesteaks, is finally getting recognized for its restaurant scene. It seems natural that a city sandwiched between two rivers would become one of the hottest food cities in America. With so many great restaurants, this book will help you to be well read and well fed.

Lost Restaurants Of Chicago

Author: Greg Borzo
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625859333
Size: 13,63 MB
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Best Restaurants Of Chicago And Environs

Author: Sherman Kaplan
Editor: One Hundred One Productions
ISBN: 9780897211864
Size: 13,51 MB
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Where Chicago Eats A Rand Mcnally Guide

Author: John Drury
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Author: Annie Hauck-Lawson
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231136532
Size: 17,25 MB
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Compiling a portrait that's both fascinating and deliciously fun, Gastropolis explores the endlessly evolving relationship between New Yorkers and food.