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Restaurants along Merritt Parkway America’s Byways® are a collection of 150 National Scenic Byways and All-American Roads designated by the U.S. Secretary of Transportation. The Merritt Parkway of Connecticut is a rolling, limited-access four-lane with bridges. They display beautiful Art Deco styling of the 1930s. Opportunities to eat well just off the road are plentiful. … Continue reading America’s Byways: Road trip through Connecticut’s Merritt Parkway
Texas Hots in New York Texas hots do not exist in Texas. Unique to New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, the curiously addictive franks were first created a century ago by wienermeister John Patrellis, who thought that the spicy, beanless beef topping he devised for hot dogs was something like Texas chili. (It is not.) … Continue reading The 10 Best Texas Hots
Scenic Driving and Good Eating Rising an average of an inch every 60 to 80 years, the beautiful Red Rock formations that we see today were formed several million years ago. The drive through Sedona’s Red Rock country is one of awesome scenery and good food served with old-fashioned western hospitality. Below are our selections … Continue reading Best Affordable Eats Along Sedona’s Red Rock Drive
Road Trip Overview A road trip over the Cascades through Snoqualmie Pass leads not only to a bucolic, big-sky Washington State and some of the most wonderful fruit stands (apples especially!), but also to memorable restaurants.
Road trip through the Florida Keys Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico stretching out as far as the eye can see, this drive winds through vistas of natural beauty, areas rich in history and legend, views of spectacular sunrises, sunsets, sparkling stars, and moonlight. It’s a highway where travelers from all over … Continue reading America’s Byways: Road trip through the Florida Keys
Road trip through New Mexico Take a road trip and eat your way through El Camino Real “The Royal Road” through New Mexico. In addition to spectacular natural beauty, you will encounter all kinds of food opportunities. This is based on New Mexico’s two official co-vegetables: the chili pepper and the pinto bean. This tour … Continue reading Road trip through New Mexico | What to eat
Road trip through Iowa The Loess Hills Scenic Byway through westernmost Iowa is describes as “truly an American treasure.” The trip from Omaha, Nebraska, to Sioux City, Iowa offers Roadfood adventurers a bevy of unique local eats.
Road trip Las Vegas to Palm Springs Las Vegas, Palm Springs, and the desert between them are full of wonder, including the brightest of bright city lights as well as vast wilderness under a mantle of stars. Here, too, you find a colorful array of authentic local eats — a taste of California both simple … Continue reading Roadfood Adventures: Las Vegas, Nevada to Palm Springs, California
Road trip on Route 66 Illinois Route 66 is a highway rich with crazy attractions, unique museums, America’s heartland history, and colorful odes to the joy of exploring the country on four wheels. Food along the way is a beckoning banquet of hometown, square-meals diners and friendly taverns with personality galore. Essential eats include Smashed … Continue reading Roadfood Adventures: Route 66 Illinois