Traveling for food is both our business and our passion. Discover 22 ‘foodie cities’ that have wowed us with their vibrant food cultures plus 12 additional cities at the top of our list for future food trips.
Planning a trip to eat your way through France? Read the following articles for food travel inspiration.
This easy Tomate Cocktail recipe has just has four ingredients including water and ice. Though you’ll be tempted to drink this refreshing drink on a hot summer day, it’s also the perfect color to serve at a Christmas party or other festive event.
We drank a lot of specialty coffee when we lived like locals in Lyon. Discover our favorite Lyon cafes serving cappuccinos and flat whites.
Paris has joined the third wave coffee movement with a vengeance. Discover more than a dozen Paris coffee shops where you can drink seriously good flat whites instead of overpriced muddy water.
Wondering where to drink wine in Paris? Check out 15 of the best Paris wine bars that you won’t want to miss during your exploration of the City of Light.
Deciding where to eat in Paris can be downright overwhelming for travelers. Read on to discover our favorite Paris restaurants, cafes and markets. When it comes to food, we’ll steer you in the right direction during your visit to the City of Light.
See why drinking a Mauresque Cocktail is one of the greatest joys of visiting Marseille. Then learn how to make the Provençal cocktail at home with just four ingredients – Ricard Pastis de Marseille, Monin Orgeat, cold water and ice.
Are you craving a sophisticated cocktail made with gin and champagne? If so, try our classic French 75 recipe with Cointreau added for balance and an extra punch. You can make it at home with just five ingredients plus ice.