There’s no better taco town than Los Angeles. The Dan Patrick Show’s Andrew Perloff and Paul Pabst hit the city to test out the tastiest spots, and I wrote about it for Inside Hook.
Ahead of the NFL draft, here’s the lowdown on the Windy City from the perspective of a tourist with a penchant for eating, drinking and escaping the monotony of daily life.
The Forgotten Coast? Florida’s best kept secret will be remembered by visitors for its quaint shopping, oyster opulence and barstool debates about Piggly Wiggly’s prices.
At Gunshow in Atlanta, chef Kevin Gillespie’s restaurant reinvention inspires flagrant eating and complimentary cursing, and his new cookbook is an ode to pigging out.
From tailgates to sports bars, college football and food always have aligned. Now, the media is joining the party, too, using eats to establish rapport with hungry fans.
Want to make a dirty martini even filthier? Go to the garden, says South Carolina chef Kevin Johnson, who uses pickling brine to make a salty drink with a spicy kick.
Guys like to do two things in the summer: grill and drink. Here’s a super simple recipe that combines both admirable pursuits, with a heavy dose of bourbon tossed into the mix.
An unlikely pairing? Not at San Diego’s Prepkitchen, where the local fruit combines with gin for a spicy cool cocktail. Plus, a new writer—with a familiar last name—debuts.
With the Ohio St.-Oregon game heading to his hometown, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport offers up the best places to grab some barbecue, brisket tacos and beer in Big D.
Long Beach has rapper roots and surfer soul. Eat, drink, see and SUP your way through the Brooklyn to L.A.’s Manhattan.