Where to eat fresh locally-sourced lagoon to table food at these trust-worthy local spots.
Welcome to my real-time bucket list for you food-obsessed travelers who want a to find the best places to eat fast…because you aren’t interested in every place to eat, only the places to eat, right now.
From Stockholm to Venice to Paris to New Orleans, this is your ultimate roadmap to the world’s best natural wine bars, sustainable restaurants, sourdough bakeries, pizzerias, craft cocktail bars, and fun industry hangouts where the chefs eat after hours, and more.
One of the Top Ten Culinary Guides in Europe”The Wall Street Journal
One of the 6 Best Food Tours in the World”Sunday Times Magazine
Wendy Lyn is Paris' Ultimate Food Insider”USA Today
The hyperconnected private guide behind Paris Is My Kitchen”Food & Wine Magazine
In-the-know food travelers, chefs & winemakers from all over the world come to eat + drink in Paris’ vibrant fringe neighborhoods – especially on the right bank and in the […]
Natural Wine Bars, Vegetable Focused Fine Dining & Hipster Cocktail Bars
Much like Paris – London’s northeast area is the hottest restaurant neighbourhood going with a huge concentration of the “it” addresses and wine bars, balanced with some gems in the centre of town. This is where to eat, right now.
Copenhagen restaurants and natural wine bars are some of the most excting in the world right now, even if you can’t get into Rene Redzepi’s NOMA.
Barcelona has hot tapas spots, hipster wine bars and seriously refund Catalan cuisine, I’ve got you covered with my go-to list. Because you aren’t interested in every place to eat, […]
Charleston is a refined Southern city – packed with locally sourced seafood, Asian soul food, home cooking, BBQ and yes, the most famous Waffle House in the South.
New Orleans consistently ranks as one of the top food cities in the United States. Why? It literally has something for everybody. There is no shortage of good eats in this 300-yr […]
Where to eat in New York City? Check out my eating & restaurant marathon for Food & Wine Magazine: 29 Restaurants in 5 Days.