We see travel through the lens of food and drink…
We will hop on a plane, bus, train and taxi to savor one life-changing dish. We would rather stand in line for a supreme street taco than stand in line to see a museum’s masterpiece.
We want to meet local artisans. We want to shop with locals. We want to learn from locals. We want to cook with locals. We want to eat with locals. And we will go to the end of the earth to do so.
There is no end to our culinary wanderlust.
We live to eat, drink and explore and we’re here to share those solid eating and drinking recommendations, culinary itineraries, and must-do gastronomic activities with our fellow impassioned food travelers.
Stuff that matters to us…
Curated Content We Can Stand By
Our site is about quality, not quantity. We’d rather recommend three memorable food tours than 20 so-so ones. We would never want to spend our hard-earned cash on a week-long cooking school vacation, or even an afternoon cooking class, and feel we didn’t get our money’s worth. We are here to connect culinary enthusiasts to meaningful, authentic experiences and meals. That’s why everything—and everyone—we feature on bitesee is carefully selected and, whenever possible, road tested.
Contributors You Can Trust
Bitesee’s contributors are local and professional food writers who have years of experience, discerning taste, and extreme culinary curiosity. They are food lovers providing fellow food lovers with their personal recs they would share with their neighbors at the next table. Their advice is something you can depend on.
Kiri Tannenbaum, Founder
Kiri Tannenbaum is a food writer, digital content strategist, and founder of Bitesee, an online travel guide and booking platform for food-driven explorers. Most notably she lead the editorial strategy for the launch of Delish.com, MSN and Hearst’s culinary site. Over her food writing tenure she’s contributed to such sites and publications as Food & Wine, Food Network, the New York Post, Food Republic, and Refinery29 among others. Prior to entering the world of digital media, Kiri spent a decade working behind the scenes in television at cable giants MTV, Nickelodeon, and eventually followed her passion for culinary to Food Network where she managed key promotional partnerships and heard Emeril shout, “Bam!” in person. Kiri holds certificates in cuisine and patisserie from Le Cordon Bleu Paris and an M.A. in food studies from New York University where she is an adjunct professor. She also leads the occasional coffee tour in New York City and is herself an avid culinary tourist.