Food and Drink (8 community guides)

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5
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Destination: New Orleans
Trip type: Food and Drink
Creole and Cajun still rule OK in New Orleans - but hot new chefs are now challenging the old guard with innovative fare... read more »
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Destination: Juan-les-Pins
Trip type: Beach, Food and Drink, Spa
With a swanky boutique hotel just opened on the Cap d'Antibes, and lots of great new beach restaurants down the road in Juan-les-Pins, there's never been a better time to head to the south of France... read more »
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5
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Buenos Aires is South America's great foodie playground, saturated in sophistication and pulsating constantly to the beat of the tango... read more »
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4.5
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Tel Aviv is a foodie's paradise - a fine fusion of European and Middle Eastern cuisine. And low-cost flights have made a weekend discovery tour for the taste buds affordable... read more »
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4
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Orange County has all the yachts, harbourside restaurants and socialites you see on TV in 'The OC'. But it also has authentic beach towns, top-class art museums, historic buildings and plenty of buzz... read more »
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Destination: Vienna
The Austrian capital of Vienna has a lot more to offer the gourmet than schnitzel, sausage stands and strudel - and the homegrown wine is as stupendous as the sophisticated cuisine... read more »
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3
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Destination: Cornwall
It's the perfect option for foodies who want to cook their own lobsters when visiting North Cornwall, especially if they are also dog lovers coming down for the great beaches... read more »
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Bilbao is famous for its futuristic Guggenheim Museum and cutting-edge art - but now the restaurants are pushing the envelope, too, in a city never previously known for its cuisine ... read more »
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