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Sobrino de Botín, Madrid, SpainSobrino de BotínMadrid, SpainSobrino de Botín is the world’s oldest continuously operating restaurant. Botín was founded in 1725 by a Frenchman and is famous for its Cochinillo...Terre Rouge, Charlottetown, Prince Edward IslandTerre RougeCharlottetown, Prince Edward IslandDelicious lobster cannelloni at one of C'town's more upscale, hipstery restaurants.Point Prim Chowder House and Oyster Bar, Prince Edward Island, CanadaPoint Prim Chowder House and Oyster BarPrince Edward Island, CanadaChowder, a lobster roll, and a local moonshine Mojito at Point Prim. #beachtipsMuseo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, SpainMuseo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina SofíaMadrid, SpainCafe con leche and churros for breakfast at the Reina Sofia, before seeing Picasso's Guernica.Pícaro Tapas&Copas, Cuenca, SpainPícaro Tapas&CopasCuenca, SpainA simple breakfast by the cathedral in Cuenca. The cathedral has several interesting events and iconography associated with it, from a lightning...Gyoza no Antei, Tokyo, JapanGyoza no AnteiTokyo, JapanIf you're feeling overwhelmed by the izakayas of Omoide Yokocho, this is a great spot for gyoza.お食事処明日香 Oshokuji Dokoro Asuka, Kyoto, Japanお食事処明日香 Oshokuji Dokoro AsukaKyoto, JapanDelicious, budget-friendly udon at a sit-down restaurant near Heian Shrine.Saryo Seihantei, Kyoto, JapanSaryo SeihanteiKyoto, JapanA calm oasis of soba near Kiyomizu-dera Temple.Ekoin, Ito District, JapanEkoinIto District, JapanA shojin ryori dinner at Ekoin monastery. Staying in temple lodgings in Koyasan in a great alternative to a ryokan.Ess-a-Bagel, New York City, New YorkEss-a-BagelNew York City, New YorkYes, the bagels are excellent, but no bagel is worth an hour-long wait. I think my soul died 40 minutes into the wait, but it was too late to give...Macaron Café, New York City, New YorkMacaron CaféNew York City, New YorkGood coffee and large, fresh macarons. I'm usually a fan of more unusual flavors, but Macaron Cafe seems to do fruit and chocolate best.Udon West, New York City, New YorkUdon WestNew York City, New YorkDelish udon in a tiny restaurant close to Grand Central Terminal. Open late, bring cash and an appetite.Daikaya - Ramen - Izakaya, Washington D.C.Daikaya - Ramen - IzakayaWashington D.C.Shoyu ramen with pork. Yum! #deliciousTaqueria La Autentica, Mexico City, MexicoTaqueria La AutenticaMexico City, MexicoYou'd think a place called 'Taqueria La Autentica' would be anything but, but these may have been my favorite tacos al pastor of the trip.La Guapachosa, Mexico City, MexicoLa GuapachosaMexico City, MexicoHad a great Michelada and a taco with chapulines (grasshoppers) and guacamole at this fun corner bar and restaurant. Check out the swing seating.Pujol, Mexico City, MexicoPujolMexico City, MexicoOne of the world's top 50 restaurants, courses from the tasting menu at chef Enrique Olvera's Pujol.Cooper's BBQ Inc, Llano, TexasCooper's BBQ IncLlano, TexasThe lean beef brisket at Cooper's is incredible. The chopped brisket sandwich is amazing as well!Torchy's Tacos, Austin, TexasTorchy's TacosAustin, TexasDelicious food truck/chain tacos.Blue Mussel Cafe, Prince Edward Island, CanadaBlue Mussel CafePrince Edward Island, CanadaChowder comes garnished with mussels still in their shells and is served with a cheese biscuit. #deliciousHappy Clam Cafe & Grill, Nova Scotia, CanadaHappy Clam Cafe & GrillNova Scotia, CanadaLobster Poutine - oh, Nova Scotia! #delicious
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