Monthly Archives: "November 2016"

Taste buds sizzle in Greater Fort Lauderdal...

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Known for its beautiful beaches, waterways, and year-round average temperatures of 77 degrees, Greater Fort Lauderdale has always been a vacation favorite for couples, families

Martin County, Florida

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Conveniently located on Florida’s East Coast, Martin County is part of an area known as the Treasure Coast…a real Florida gem that celebrates small-town life

Dine in Mexico Beach, Florida

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Mexico Beach, Florida, just 40 minutes east of Panama City Beach, offers the same white-sand beaches and clear waters without the crowds and overdevelopment. You’ll

The only winter draft here is craft beer

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This winter, escape the cold for a taste of all things sunny and crafty. Tampa Bay was ranked in the top three U.S. beer cities

Sullivan County Catskills

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Cascades of swirling, colorful leaves become flurries of of twirling, white snowflakes – it’s time for the comfortable and social Good Life in the Sullivan

Winter Wine in the Finger Lakes

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For those of you adventurous enough to make a trek to the Finger Lakes in the winter, you’ll learn it’s the perfect season to get

Lafayette LA

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True Flavor of the Sea “He was a bold man that first ate an oyster.” Those words of Jonathan Swift offer the expectation of something

Ventura California

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What do kale, peppers, tomatoes, avocados, celery, and strawberries have in common? You can find them all within 20 miles of downtown Ventura! Farmers in

San Mateo, California

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A diverse and growing city at the heart of the San Francisco Peninsula, San Mateo, California is becoming well-known among food-lovers. San Mateo boasts more

Little Rock, AR

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Summer is a time for exploration, and very often at the heart of one’s journey is food – and drink. As Arkansas’s capital city and

Memphis TN

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Looking for new ways to find your own beat in Memphis? There are more reasons than ever to love Memphis right now, as we celebrate

Bastrop Texas

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Located a few miles southeast of Austin, Texas, Bastrop County – comprised of Bastrop, Elgin and Smithville – has plenty to inspire, entertain and invigorate

Tupelo

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Long-known as the birthplace of Elvis Presley, Tupelo is emerging as a culinary hot spot. Just like the unique sound Elvis created, melding gospel, country,

Natchez, MS

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Looking for a taste of true southern hospitality? Look no further than Natchez, Mississippi. Natchez is abundant with restaurants that feature soul food, authentic ethnic

Arizona’s Fresh Foodie Trail

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Culinary education and countless tasty treats are ahead on this 10-stop tour Few think of the Sonoran Desert as being a fertile land of riches.

The Ann Arbor area takes no sip for granted...

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The Ann Arbor area takes no sip for granted. Microbreweries and distilleries are dominating Ann Arbor’s nightlife, while craft cocktails and wine bars grow in

Pittsburgh

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On any given evening, long lines are forming in Pittsburgh. They’re not only forming for Steelers, Penguins and Pirates games or at theaters in the city’s

Kansas is Hays

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Sitting right along Interstate-70 in the western part of Kansas is Hays. Steeped in Western American history, this college town is serving up flavors you

Gulf Shores Orange Beach

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Refreshing cool air, waves crashing on the sand and the scent of a Gulf breeze are what guests are greeted with when visiting Alabama’s beaches

Charlottesville & Albemarle County, Vi...

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  No occupation is so delightful to me as the culture of the earth, and no culture comparable to that of the garden.” –Thomas Jefferson