Tackle New York City’s unique pizza scene on a guided tour through NYC’s best and oldest pizzerias with Scott’s Pizza Tours.
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It’s been in Madrid for over 300 years and deemed the oldest continuously operated restaurant in the world. What’s their secret? Castilian-style suckling pig and wood-roasted lamb.
Learn to cook like a local in Paris with ingredients straight from the market that ends with a French feast.
Discover generations-old butcher shops, bakeries, salumerias, and cheesemakers on an expert tasting tour with Feast on History through the Bronx’s Arthur Avenue.
Venice is the only city in Italy that has its own distinct bar culture: the bacari. Similar to the tapas bars of Spain, they took off during World War II as Venice’s extremely poor residents couldn’t afford food with their wine. Barkeepers would serve the booze and allow customers to bring their own food, eventually they started providing inexpensive… Read more »
With more bars per capita than any other city, you’ll want a pro to guide you through Madrid’s tapas trail.
Grab your food-obsessed friends and rent Julia Child’s French country home for your next cooking vacation.
If you want to go on a gastronomic getaway and prefer to leave the planning to the experts, look no further. Sapore Travel is one of Bitesee’s preferred culinary tour providers who offers culturally immersive, luxury food and travel experiences around the globe. The experts at Sapore (“to savor” in Italian) know good taste. A bespoke, tour… Read more »
When in Rome, make it your business to book a food tour with one of the city’s most knowledgable food experts, Katie Parla.
Thank G-d Prohibition was repealed, but without it, we wouldn’t have this historic insider tour to offer. Learn the history of gangsters, secret bars, and the mystery of the green fairy as you explore and imbibe.
Though known worldwide for it’s plentiful pubs, London excels in all forms of drinking establishments from Dickensian watering holes to world class cocktail lounges.
This week-long journey through Western Sicily will immerse guests in the joys of Sicilian cuisine, techniques, ingredients, and inspire your cooking for years to come.
If New York is the city that never sleeps, New Orleans is the city where the party never stops. The city is known worldwide for its energetic celebration of Mardi Gras, however, the Crescent City should also be equally celebrated for being the birthplace of the cocktail. The very first cocktail to be concocted was right here in… Read more »
If you like to kick it old-school, then you need to hit up New York’s historic culinary gems. It’s gonna be a big two days so bring your A-game appetite as you attack this ambitious eating and drinking crawl through the city’s classic haunts.
What else are Citibikes good for other than bypassing the NYC subway system? Getting you to six doughnut shops in one day. Follow this itinerary if you bike for doughnuts!
The start of the spring means open season for Europe’s food festivals. From white asparagus to humble peas to the centuries old ham festival, these celebrations are worth traveling for.
If you’ve got those airline miles just sitting there, consider putting them to good use and book this culinary trip led by Aida Mollenkamp to the under-appreciated region of Lombardy.
Biking and gastronomic exploration go hand-in-hand. Throw in a world-class chef and the island of Sicily and you’ve got an adventure of a lifetime.
Biking and gastronomic exploration go hand-in-hand. Throw in Italy, a world-class chef and tons of wine and truffles, and you’ve got a gastronomic adventure of a lifetime.
Imbibing in New York would not be complete without visiting at least one of these drinking dens whose bartenders passionately push the envelope of creative cocktail making.
Don’t just dream of dining here, book your trip to Zanzibar to dine at this once-in-a-lifetime dining destination.
Wherever you travel it’s critical to sample those foods that at the heart of its culinary culture. When in Oaxaca these are those five most essential bites.
Eataly has opened the doors of its long awaited FICO Eataly World, a theme park for all-things-italian-food-and-drink.
On every culinary jet setter’s mind when heading to Italy: pizza, pasta, and of course, gelato. And lots of it. Here are the best gelaterias from the top to tip of the boot. Time to embark on a gelato journey…
There’s a lot to miss about Julia Child. Her singsongy way of speaking, her capacity to laugh at her own mistakes, her endless depth of culinary knowledge, and her ability to make all cooks feel confident. Though you won’t catch her wielding cleavers or reaching up a chicken carcass to grab the giblet, you can still… Read more »
There’s nothing worse than having restaurant regrets. Avoid that dreadful feeling by making sure you check these 5 must bites off your eating agenda when visiting Rome.
Have a true, once-in-a-lifetime meal with a local through Traveling Spoon’s vast network of hosts. Plus, when you book with Bitesee, you’ll receive a special discount.
What’s the one keepsake—other than fond memories of mounds of pasta—you need to take home from Rome? That’s right, it’s how to make those mounds of pasta in your own kitchen.
With more than 80 public markets scattered throughout the metropolis, no neighborhood is without access to a marché.
Taste fresh cacao, learn to make chocolate the traditional way and jump off a cliff into glistening water in the Dominican Republic.
Before there was “Iron Chef”, “Top Chef”, and “Cupcake Wars”, there was the Bocuse d’Or. Thirty years ago, acclaimed chef Paul Bocuse created the Bocuse d’Or, a revolutionary gastronomic contest. Replicating the codes of major sporting events, he imagined a challenge placing the emphasis on cooking and the chefs who create these masterpieces. Today this prestigious competition brings together… Read more »
Dining out in Italy is an art form making the way in which Italians order, and eat, something to emulate. Here’s how to do it right.
If you travel for the food, then you’ll want to join us on Instagram as we eat the globe.
Unlike any other in the country, this gastro-fest has one thing that the others don’t and can’t have: Portland. It’s here where Oregon’s bounty of ingredients are showcased at their finest by local artisans, chefs, winemakers, brewmasters and pastry makers.
In this city of the Zapotecs and Mixtecs, meet the people who have been distilling agave for generations following our 2-day itinerary.
If India is on your bucket list of faraway culinary destinations, it’s time you finally check that box. Just make sure you have Peggy Markel as your guide.