Restaurant Crawls and Bar Hops Are the Best Way to Explore These 9 Destinations

  • Restaurant Crawls and Bar Hops Are the Best Way to Explore These 9 Destinations

    From Santa Fe’s margarita trail to an Ohio county’s decadent donuts, these mapped routes are a way to explore a destination with your palate.

    For travelers with a competitive streak (paired with relentless thirst and a bottomless stomach), many U.S. cities and regions now offer an ambitious means for exploring the local food and drink scene. Some trails offer “passports” you can get stamped at different stops—with a prize for filling up the book. And if you’re worried about how the heck you’ll stomach the journey, have no fear: Pint-sized or snack-sized options are in abundance at some stops.

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  • Pittsburgh Brewery Trail

    WHERE:

    Joanna Warden

  • Connecticut Pizza Trail

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    Courtesy Connecticut Office of Tourism

  • Santa Fe Margarita Trail

    WHERE:

    Tourism Santa Fe

  • Cajun Bayou Food Trail

    WHERE:

    Lousiana Cajun Bayou Tourism

  • Donut Trail

    WHERE:

    Butler County Visitors Bureau

  • Alabama BBQ Trail

    WHERE:

    wyliepoon/ Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

  • Buffalo Wing Trail

    WHERE:

    Drew Brown

  • Urban Bourbon Trail

    WHERE:

    Louisville Tourism

  • Italian Food Trail

    WHERE:

    Laura Watilo Blake

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