Your Guide to Authentic Regional Eats
Cold Cookie Company is an Austin, Texas, bright blue food truck serving unique ice cream and fresh-baked cookies.
Cutty’s Roast Beef 1000 with fried shallots is the best Boston roast beef sandwich; Saturday’s pork rabe has no peers.
Thai fried chicken is king at Spicy Boys brewery food truck. Tater Tots, dusted with spice, are a must-eat, as is cool Napa slaw.
Hail the Low Country boil! JC’s makes it with seafood from the coast along with succulent sausage, corn, and potatoes, all veiled in one of 3 degrees of spice.
High Note of Austin, Texas, serves health food, 3 meals a day, in a modern & airy atmosphere. Don’t miss: Boozy Juice.
A full-service Cincinnati butcher shop with a charcoal grill on the sidewalk in front of the store, Avril-Bleh cooks some of the best wursts anywhere.
The Village Restaurant has long been an Essex, Massachusetts, treasure, serving exemplary fried clams & other seafood, plus Indian pudding for dessert.
Hoehn’s Bakery is home to such Baltimore favorites as seasonal peach cake, marshmallow donuts, and an unusual bakery version of smearcase.
Barbecue Kitchen serves excellent BBQ, but its glory is Southern-style vegetables. It’s a humble gem just minutes from the Atlanta airport.