Food + Drink
Discover what to eat and drink, and where, around the world.
Portugal’s delicious culinary hits—from seafood-studded soupy rice to sweet and flaky egg tarts—can be enjoyed at Michelin-starred dining rooms, rustic taverns, and sidewalk charcoal grills.
From underground sanctuaries to horseback-led tours, these experiences offer more than the conventional tasting.
In South Carolina’s Lowcountry, descendants of the Gullah-Geechee, Africans brought to the state during slavery, are reviving the cuisine that defined the city.
At tasting rooms across Napa Valley, galleries let visitors wander with a glass of wine, and picnicking is not only allowed in sculpture gardens—it’s encouraged.
Notes of cherry, espresso, and lavender—artisanal chocolate is taking Utah by storm.
These three days will include relaxing mud baths and organic, farm-to-food-truck experiences.
Credit for much of Charleston’s celebrated cuisine goes to the enslaved Africans and downhome cooks of yore who found the tastiest ways to showcase the local bounty.
These gift ideas will take your favorite food lover on a culinary journey.
On the island’s east coast, Amis advocate and educator Dongi Kacaw works to safeguard Indigenous plant knowledge.
Contemporary restaurants led by Native chefs are reimagining what “American” food means.
Plate by plate, the Ark Collection is trying to change the way we think of fine dining.
Get a flavor of Jordan’s rich history and culture through these tasty Arabic dishes.
How one invasive yet tasty sea creature inadvertently changed Caymanian cuisine forever.
Michelin Guides handed out stars to 13 Toronto restaurants as well as 17 Bib Gourmands.
From har gow at Good Mong Kok Bakery to roast pork at Hing Lung, these are Brandon Jew’s favorite places to chow down in Chinatown.
The “New York Times” columnist is on a mission to create his own interpretation of Korean American cuisine—and to make it delicious while he’s at it.
When in Italy, do as the Italians do: aperitivo.