For a long time, Los Angeles had the reputation of being more of a dieter’s town than a food-lover’s haven. A place where diners were more concerned about celebrity sightings than James Beard Awards and the word Michelin only referred to tires. Here is where to eat now to appreciate Los Angeles in its fullest.
Let’s get one thing straight, shall we? Road trips should be a trip where you spend a lot of time getting from point A to point B and really enjoying it all, you know? To me, road trip perfection was that time I headed out of Los Angeles and took my sweet time to get Austin, as in 6 days amount of time.
To me, the quintessential American breakfast joint should have three elements: choice comfort food, a long history, and lots of regulars. Tia Sophia's cafe in Santa Fe meets all those requirements and then some. You see, they also lay claim to being the unofficial creator of the breakfast burrito. So, Tia Sophia's is a destination for all breakfast lovers and a must-stop on my trip to Santa Fe.
Whether or not you’ve done Napa, you haven’t experienced the heart of Northern California wine country until you’ve explored Sonoma Valley. We're partial to Sonoma, with its unhurried European pace and warm — here are our travel tips for a weekend away in Sonoma.
Road trip vacations are our new favorite thing, so the next time you have the choice of a flight or a drive, we suggest the latter. And if that distance just so happens to be between the two westernmost provinces in Canada, we’d not only suggest it, we’d encourage it. Here is where to go, where to eat, and what to do on a one week road trip.