• Eat a City: Brooklyn

    Eat a City: Brooklyn

    When the first Dutch settlers arrived in New Amsterdam at the tip of Manhattan it did not take them long to discover the rich farmland just across the East …

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  • Eat a City: Asian Manhattan

    Eat a City: Asian Manhattan

    To quote the former New York Times food columnist William Grimes from his book, Appetite City , New York is the greatest restaurant city the World has …

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  • English Breakfast Four Ways

    English Breakfast Four Ways

    One of the true delights of a visit to the British Isles is indulging in the long-held tradition of the English Breakfast. But where should one go to …

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  • Eat a City: Astoria, Oregon

    Eat a City: Astoria, Oregon

    When Lewis and Clark went in search of a water route to the Pacific Northwest, maintaining a regular supply of food was a major concern. One solution …

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  • Eat a City: Seattle

    Eat a City: Seattle

    Known as one of the world s capitals of coffee, Seattle has developed a thriving food scene to go with all those cappuccinos–over 3,500 restaurants strong, …

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  • Eat a City: Vienna

    Eat a City: Vienna

    It s our second entry in Bearleader s Eat a City series, where we pick a city and hit the road to find great eateries we think you will enjoy. This …

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  • Discover a bit of India in Manhattan

    Discover a bit of India in Manhattan

    Who knew there was a Michelin-starred chef from Mumbai cooking papadam on Lexington? We have amazing pictures and dining tips of where to go for …

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  • Eat a City: Ojai, California

    Eat a City: Ojai, California

    Spring is the time of year that makes the Ojai valley even more magical than usual. After all, it s Pixie season! That’s not when mystical beings appear in …

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  • Eat a City: Munich

    Eat a City: Munich

    We have received several emails of late from loyal Bearleader readers asking us to highlight more great food venues in and around the places we cover. You …

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  • Eat a City: London

    Eat a City: London

    The art of cooking as practiced by Englishmen does not extend much beyond roast beef and plum pudding , said Swedish explorer Pehr Kalm in 1748 on the …

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  • Eat a City: Phoenix, Arizona

    Eat a City: Phoenix, Arizona

    We heard rumors of a burgeoning food scene in Phoenix. We were skeptical but decided to fly in for a few days to see for ourselves. Then we learned that the …

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  • Eat a City: The Seoul Food of South Korea

    Eat a City: The Seoul Food of South Korea

    It may have been the ads that ran in the New York Times featuring well known Korean personalities along with a headline calling out the name of a traditional …

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  • Eat a City: Montréal

    Eat a City: Montréal

    The food of Montreal restaurants reflects the city’s early shifting alliances, with explorers and foreign governments all angling to take control of the …

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  • Eat a City: Catskills, New York

    Eat a City: Catskills, New York

    There are two ways you can go if you want to escape New York City. The most popular one follows a route east along the coast and ends up in an area general …

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  • Eat a City:  London’s English Breakfast

    Eat a City: London’s English Breakfast

    One of the true delights of a visit to the British Isles is indulging in the long-held tradition of the English Breakfast. But where should one go to …

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