If you are going to Tokyo, you are going to want ramen. True obsessives could happily construct a weeklong pilgrimage without nicking the surface: Tokyo's ramen scene is vast, encompassing a range of local styles, like shoyu and tsukemen (dipping noodles), as well as regional variations, from tonkotsu (pork-based) to miso, in its nearly 7,000 ramenya. So instead of going in search of ramen, why not let it come to you?
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Seattle is teasing some warm, sunny weather for the next few days, and restaurants and bars all over town are starting to break out the patio furniture. When these precious moments arise, diners will want to be ready to seize it and stock up on some...
Mexico City may be renowned for its modernism — including a youthful, creative population, a vibrant contemporary art scene, and raucous nightlife — but it's the city's history, stacked up like layers of fossiliferous strata, that makes a trip here so intoxicating. The oldest edifices are concentrated in the aptly named Centro Histórico district, but you can catch glimpses of the past throughout the entire Valley of Mexico; it just all depends on what era you are looking for.
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Thanks to its large population of Irish Americans — whether on the North or South side — a rip-roaring Irish pub is never too far away in Chicago. Several are historic institutions that have been around for decades, showing resiliency and perseveranc...
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You’d be hard pressed to find a coffee shop in the District that doesn’t serve matcha — but the Japanese green tea powder isn’t just whisked into water. In D.C. a handful of shops also serve it frozen, baked, and even bruleed. Many people choose matcha over coffee because the caffeine has a longer and steadier delivery than the quick buzz and crash of espresso. It’s packed full of antioxidants, and it’s bright green, Insta-worthy appearance doesn’t hurt, either.
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Breakfast places that accommodate kids and families are a dime a dozen, but the Boston area also offers some great options for lunch and dinner as well. From offering high-chair seating and designated kids’ menus to being particularly aware of food a...
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Dublin has long been a must-stop on any proper European trip. The Irish capital, which is bisected by the scenic River Liffey, has much to offer travelers, after all: Its streets were once wandered by literary stars like James Joyce, while Trinity Co...
Tens of thousands of attendees will descend upon Austin in March for South by Southwest, the massive interactive, film, and music festival, for panels, networking, and partying. To answer the eternal question — Where should I eat during SXSW 2019? —...
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