One of North America's Most Exciting Wine Regions is Hiding Out Just South of the Border

By David Landsel

Barely an hour from the border near San Diego and minutes from the busy port city of Ensenada, Baja California's dry and sunny Valle de Guadalupe is one of the most compelling destinations for food and wine in North America right now.

A 24-Hour Food Tour of Valencia

By Mark Orwoll

The hometown of paella is a gastronomic stalwart of Spain. Our writer eats his way through the city in one whirlwind day.

New Ways You Can Get Great Food to Your Hotel Room—Without Room Service

By Pauline Frommer

The websites and apps for when you want a truly special meal on vacation...but don't want to go to a restaurant

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How to Get a Reservation At the Most Popular Restaurants

By Pauline Frommer

Part of the joy of traveling is trying great restaurants—but what should you do if you're told there's no room for your party?

In Vino Veritas: Tips from an Expert on Creating the Perfect Wine Vacation

By Pauline Frommer

It’s no coincidence that some of the loveliest places on the planet to vacation are also the places where wine is grown. Temperate climates and rolling, vine-covered hills are good for both grapes and people, it seems. But having a wine-centered vacation is not a dummy-proof enterprise. I turned to Michael Green, a noted vino expert for over 25 years (20 of which were spent as wine consultant to the late-great Gourmet Magazine), to get his tips, which follow.

Eating Cheap in Paris: Great meals for less than €10

By Kaitlin Davella

Paris has a reputation for being romantic, fashionable, and as most are quick to add, expensive. While the food is almost always quite good, a nice dinner in the City of Lights can run up quite a tab. While we highly recommend treating yourself to a classic French meal at least once during your stay, for those other nights when you’d like to reign in your budget it’s wise to have a few cheap and delicious options in mind.

With that in mind, here are eight trusted Paris dinner spots, all of which can be enjoyed for less than €10.

Autumn in Tokyo: Japan at its Best

By Matt Alt

Indulge in the changing of the leaves and the flavors of the season during Tokyo's most underrated time to visit.

Four Very Sweet Stops in London and Brighton

By Doska Harvey

7 Places to Eat in Providence, Rhode Island

By Holly Hughes

For such a tiny town, Providence is bursting with big flavors. From a French-inspired brasserie to the neighborhood food truck, stop by one of these seven eateries and tuck into a feast.

Greenland: Living on an Ice Cap

By Robert Haru Fisher

Few travelers ever make it to Greenland, an island that only 57,000 people call home. See the Northern Lights, sample some fresh seafood, and begin to understand the appeal of a simpler life.

Creature Comforts in Victoria, B.C.

By Robert Haru Fisher

For a relaxing vacation in the capital of British Columbia, enjoy whale-watching tours in Victoria, followed by sumptuous meals on the waterfront.

7 Places to Eat in Napa Valley

By Holly Hughes

Napa Valley may be prime picnic country, but sometimes you crave something more substantial. From a gourmet burger shack to Thomas Keller's casual brasserie, here are seven places to pull up a chair.

7 Places to Eat: Santa Fe's New, New Southwest Cuisine

By Holly Hughes

The adobe architecture around downtown Santa Fe may look historic, but this city's dining scene is anything but stuck in the past.

Picknicking Across Paris: 8 Shops for Stocking Up on Supplies

By Margie Rynn

Although restaurants are all very fine and good, there's a lot to be said for a quick and easy outdoor meal when you are a.) tired, b.) on a budget, or c.) a fan of Paris' many lovely parks and squares.

Up on the Roof Part 2: New York's Best Year-Round Bars and Terraces

By Jacquelin Carnegie

As the weather finally thaws out, it's time to shrug off your winter coat and gather at one of these five rooftop bars and terraces in Manhattan. Best of all, these venues are open all year long, so you can always come back for another round or two.

7 Places to Eat: New American to Old-School BBQ in Kansas City

By Holly Hughes

It was never hard to find an excellent steak in Kansas City, but now homegrown chefs are returning from cooking abroad to interpret KC's heart-of-the-country honesty in refreshing new ways.

Travel Resolutions for 2010: Learning How to Cook

By Charis Atlas Heelan

Here are five cooking experiences in destinations around the world where you can learn to make a better meal while also seeing a new side to a great destination.

7 Places to Eat: Portland, OR's Beer, Wine & Local Ingredients

By Holly Hughes

Portland has it all: a vigorous local wine industry, great microbreweries, local farmers committed to sustainable agriculture, and a critical mass of talented chefs.

7 Places to Eat: Miami's Floribbian and Nuevo Latino Specialities

By Holly Hughes

With more than 6,000 restaurants, the Miami metro area tends to stump diners -- it isn't a question of where so much as which. Where to begin?

Culinary Travel Adventures on London's Kingsland Road

By Donald Strachan

London's Kingsland Road serves up a United Nations of food influences, where restaurants are informal and a great value -- a perfect cipher for the immigration that's made this London's most varied cultural quarter.

Bundle Up to Fill Your Belly: Winter Restaurant Weeks are Back in North America

By Carrie Havranek

It's that time of year again -- or at least one of those two times of year. The post-holidays dining bargains get you out of the house in the dead of winter, with the special menus, special prices, and special benefits to hunger-related charities.

7 Places to Eat: Istanbul Beyond the Blue Mosque

By Holly Hughes

Too many of Istanbul's visitors remain stuck in the Sultanahmet area, where the cafes are bent on gouging tourists with high prices and mediocre food. But once you venture farther afield, you'll discover all the savory nuances that make Turkish food so delicious.

7 Places to Eat: Single-Minded Cooking in the Twin Cities

By Holly Hughes

Facing off across a loopy stretch of the Mississippi, Minneapolis and St. Paul carry on like rivals. But they're united on one score: the white-hot synergy of the region's culinary scene.

7 Places to Eat: Copenhagen's Scandinavian Superlatives

By Holly Hughes

Copenhagen has always been a place where people take joy in food. But a culinary explosion in the past few years has made dining out the hippest game in town.

Ten Sweet Spots: Divine Desserts Worldwide

By Charis Atlas Heelan

From Hong Kong, to Rio, to Paris, and seven more cities, here's where you can go to get an exquisite sugar fix in ten major cities around the world.