Saturday, February 16, 2008

Top Ten Cities for Foodies

I came across this today posted by ShermansTravel.com
Off of this list, I have only been to New York. This summer I will get to add Las Vegas.
Whoo-Hoo!! I would love to visit Rome or Barcelona. Have you been to these cities? What are the best places to eat?

http://www.shermanstravel.com/destinations/top_ten/Cities_for_Foodies
Barcelona
Brussels
Hanoi
Las Vegas
Lyon
New York
Rome
San Francisco
Tokyo
Vancouver

2 comments:

Reluctant Housewife said...

That's interesting. I've only been to NYC. We did art galleries instead of restaurants... So no recommendations.

Sass E-mum said...

Hi. I've stumbled across your blog via the Reluctant Housewife. I hope you don't mind me giving you a couple of recommendations for Barcelona.

We took Time Out's Barcelona Eating & Drinking guide. We kept a note of the places we went to so that we could find the good ones again. After a weekend of checking out a number of great places, these were the stand out tapas bars:

El Vaso de Oro, c/Balboa 6. This is down by the port. Looks like a bar on a cruise liner - long and narrow with v.smart bar staff. Great place for a drink. Really great morcilla sausages (but avoid the tripe!).

La Vinateria del Call, c/Sant Domenec del Call 9. This restaurant is tucked away down some very small streets, but it's excellent - so keep looking for it. Lovely for hams and cheeses - oh and a bottle of red too.

And when you are looking for somewhere to stay - try to make sure it's at Hotel Neri. (www.hotelneri.com)

Hope you don't mind me dropping in on you - you've got a few ideas about children's food that I'll be trying out in a year or two.