New York has over 8 million people and is the epicenter of America’s melting pot culture. Here, you’ll find numerous dining spots on every corner, representing cuisines from Italy, China, Thailand, Lebanon, and much more.
Chicago is the heart of the Midwest and buzzing with culture. Chicagoans — like New Yorkers — take pride in their pizza. They swear by the deep-dish style with cheese on the bottom and tomato sauce on the top.
New England is a region comprising Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, and others. It’s a history-filled region, with the Freedom Trail in Boston and the Portland Head Lighthouse in Maine, to name a few. The Northeast is also famous for its food.
Home to the Saints and Lil Wayne, New Orleans combines French and Creole influences to make delicious food. Start with a bowl of gumbo, a stew combining onion, bell pepper, and celery with seafood, sausage, and rice.
Travel a few hundred miles west of New Orleans, and you’ll end up in the Alamo City of San Antonio. In the heart of downtown, you can see the Alamo, the mission where the Texas Revolution battle took place in 1836.
Memphis is home to many things — the Grizzlies, the blues, and fantastic barbecue. Many regions claim to have the best barbecue, and Memphis is one of them. Restaurants like Charlie Vergos’ Rendezvous are Memphis institutions with delicious dry, and saucy ribs.