With an abundance of talented chefs, international cuisines and top-quality locally sourced ingredients, Vancouver offers so many great places to fill your face that a time-strapped tourist never has to spend time wondering what to eat—only where to eat it.
Local, sustainable, and organic are terms that get tossed around a lot in the culinary world these days, but in few places does this emphasis seem to be so pervasive than in Nova Scotia, Canada. If you're an adventurous foodie out to discover the best of what Nova Scotia has to offer, don't miss these top spots.
Portugal seems to get lost in the shuffle, a side trip on the Iberian Peninsula, a long strip of land between Spain and the sea. But that's about to change. Not only is Portugal one of the most affordable wine-tasting destinations in Western Europe, but in addition to producing an incredibly diverse array of quality wines, the country also offers enough other specialty drinks to keep your liver working overtime for weeks.
It's hard to imagine a more delicious way to experience Hawaii than through the diversity you will find in its culinary landscape. Let WhyGo Hawaii writer Malia Yoshioka help you to eat your way around Honolulu.