Video: thetravelphile.com / facebook.com/thetravelphile One of the joys of travel is eating well. And one of the challenges
It's funny to me how travelers are disinclined to walk just 5 minutes away from the tourist zone to find a restaurant filled
AL COVINO This top-quality but tiny restaurant—seven small tables and the kitchen all in one room—is strictly for a small
My dinner at Taverna degli Apostoli, in Amalfi, looked like an artistic tableau. And it tasted good, too. Travelers have
The cheeses are accompanied by jams of fig and orange, thin slices of toasted fruit-and-nut baguette, and dried fruit.
Mandina's on Canal Street in New Orleans seems like a throwback to my past. It reminds me of Pompilios in Newport, Kentucky, where my family dined on a regular basis in my youth. As Yogi Berra would say, it's déjà vu all over again.
If you're going to have an anti-Thanksgiving, or perhaps looking for something to eat the night after Thanksgiving, it just seems like pizza is the right choice.
There are certain places that make the rest quake in their Italy-shaped boots, and we're here to recognize them.
Sure, it'll cost a few euros more than the place around the corner that sells Nutella crepes, but you'll continue your day of tourism with the happy feeling that lunch was almost as beautiful as the Villa d'Este itself.
As a travel writer whose inbox is always jam-packed with profound and deeply moving press releases, it started me thinking. Wasn't it high time that the finest of these works earned the recognition they deserve?