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Travel Channel's Travel's Best Summer Foods 2014 is comprised of a list of foods that scream "summer" and the restaurants in iconic summer destinations that prepare them best.
Meet the panel of advisors behind Travel’s Best Summer Foods 2014. Our advisors have traveled the nation, and along the way, sampled some of the best cuisine our nation has to offer.
Surfing, kite-boarding, bicycling, rock climbing; you name it and you can find it somewhere in or close to Portland, Oregon. Here are some of the most popular active outings in the Portland area.
We want to hear from you! Tell us in the comments which Summer Food should be added to Travel's Best Summer Foods 2014 experts’ picks.
Rockland is a cultural hub for the MidCoast with a world-class art museum, hyper-local food scene and beautiful harbor. Here's where to stay, where to eat and what to do in Maine's lobster capital.
We're traveling across America to discover the best and boldest flavors competitors can fire up on their grills in this ultimate, outdoor cooking challenge.
Like its famous Slugger bats, few American destinations offer an equivalent to Louisville’s “sweet spot” for visitors.
Whether you prefer big names or craft labels, Louisville will get you into the “spirits” for fun.
Move over, mint julep; there’s a new brew in town. Here are 5 of the best places to imbibe.
Sunday, June 22 at 9|8c, Travel Channel kicks off a full week of all things RV. Each fun and fast-paced special counts down the very best automotive works-of-art.
Foodies will find plenty to love about Cape Cod. Here are some of the vacation destination's best restaurants.
In the first season of the all-new series American Grilled, hardcore grilling enthusiasts go head-to-head for a chance to win a $10,000 prize and the right to call themselves Grill Master.
Denver sits at the heart of the brewery action in Colorado. Here’s our list of the top watering holes and craft favorites in the Mile-High City.
Named for the abundance of cod off its shores, Cape Cod -- or "the Cape," as locals refer to it -- has been a travel destination for nearly 400 years.