Street Eats: Africa Pictures

Street foods in Africa and the Middle East immerse visitors in the local culture.

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Doc’s Rib Joint

Doc’s Rib Joint

Mikey shows off the best barbecue in town: ribs, fries, coleslaw and cornbread at Doc’s Rib Joint located at the Kingston Mines blues club. 960 1280

  

Kingston Mines

Kingston Mines

Mikey jumps on stage at Kingston Mines, the club that brought the blues to Chicago's North Side. 960 1280

  

Kingston Mines

Kingston Mines

At Kingston Mines, you’ll not only find great music, but also some of the best macaroni and cheese around. 960 1280

  

Paddy Long's

Paddy Long's

Paddy Long's prides itself on its bacon-infused menu. From a beer & bacon pairings menu, to beer-battered bacon, to a BLT overflowing with half a pound of “B,” there’s something to satisfy any late-night craving. 960 1280

  

Paddy Long's

Paddy Long's

Mikey makes some friends at Paddy Long's, an unassuming neighborhood pub. 960 1280

  

Paddy Long's

Paddy Long's

Paddy Long's offers a late-night menu full of the biggest and best bacon dishes you’ll find anywhere -- especially at 1a.m. 960 1280

  

The Billy Goat Tavern

The Billy Goat Tavern

The Billy Goat Tavern first opened in 1934, but has since expanded to several locations. 960 1280

  

The Billy Goat Tavern

The Billy Goat Tavern

Cheesy and delicious, a burger from the Billy Goat gives Mikey the fuel he needs for the long night ahead. 960 1280

  

The Billy Goat Tavern

The Billy Goat Tavern

A supposed curse on the Chicago Cubs and a classic Saturday Night Live sketch made the Billy Goat Tavern famous. 960 1280

  

The Billy Goat Tavern

The Billy Goat Tavern

Mikey works the line at Billy Goat Tavern. 960 1280

  

Diner Grill

Diner Grill

Mikey rubs elbows with a mixture of night owls, blue-collar workers and post-bar revelers at the Diner Grill. 960 1280

  

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With options that include a Fish & Grapes taco, Komodo is not your typical taco truck. 960 1280

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The Dim Sum Truck carts tasty Chinese snacks around Los Angeles. 960 1280

Eddie Lin from Deep End Dining   

The Slice Truck is LA's roving pizza mobile that serves individual slices and whole pies. 960 1280

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Expand your culinary horizons with some South Indian street food from the DOSAtruck. 960 1280

Angela María Ortíz S.  

Don Chow serves fusion tacos blending the best of Chinese and Mexican fare. 960 1280

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The Nom Nom Truck brings a taste of Vietnam to West Angeles with its signature 'Banh Mi' sandwich. 960 1280

  

Coolhaus is a converted postal van that serves up ice-cream nirvana. 960 1280

Coolhaus  

Start your day off right at the Buttermilk Truck, which serves breakfast goodies including fluffy buttermilk pancake bites 960 1280

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French fries rise from the ranks of side dish to become the main course on the Frysmith truck. 960 1280

  

You won't know you're craving a Korean Mexican taco until you taste the goodness of spicy pork tacos from Kogi Truck. 960 1280

photo by Eric Shin  

Prado 86 from Green Russell (Denver)

Prado 86 from Green Russell (Denver)

In a swanky underground lair in downtown Denver, Green Russell presents the ideal cure for winter chill. The Prado 86 offers the warmth and kicked-up smokiness of Sombra mezcal and black-pepper syrup, balanced with the brightness of fresh-pressed pineapple juice, blood-orange juice and orange liqueur. 960 1280

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Apple Cider Manhattan from Westend Bistro (DC)

Apple Cider Manhattan from Westend Bistro (DC)

Few cocktails are better winter fallbacks than a Manhattan. This DC restaurant spices up the whiskey classic, using reduced apple cider for a great whiff of cinnamon and spice. 960 1280

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Lime Light from Luma on Park (Winter Park, FL)

Lime Light from Luma on Park (Winter Park, FL)

Taking full advantage of both citrus and peppermint, Winter Park favorite sipping spot Luma on Park has invented the Lime Light. The drink features a bold combination of wasabi vodka, lime, cucumber, peppermint, lemon and ground red peppercorn that make for a perfectly sweet, spicy and refreshing winter libation. 960 1280

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Snowflake from Hyde Bellagio (Las Vegas)

Snowflake from Hyde Bellagio (Las Vegas)

Hyde Bellagio’s Snowflake is a delicate and pure drink that packs an icy bite thanks to a splash of liquid nitrogen. Served in a glass “frosted” by freshly fallen coconut “snowflakes” and sweetened with Malibu rum, the cocktail is as delicious to sip as it is to admire. 960 1280

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The Old Twelfth Night from South Water Kitchen (Chicago)

The Old Twelfth Night from South Water Kitchen (Chicago)

Chicago’s South Water Kitchen combines potent 101-proof bourbon (Wild Turkey 101), apple brandy, lemon juice and thyme syrup in its The Old Twelfth Night cocktail to create a steaming wintery concoction perfect for combating the winter blues. 960 1280

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Hot Chocolate Mark from Top of the Mark (San Francisco)

Hot Chocolate Mark from Top of the Mark (San Francisco)

Warm up with this adult hot chocolate, served at Top of the Mark in San Francisco’s iconic InterContinental Mark Hopkins hotel. Made with crème de menthe and peach liqueur, the Hot Chocolate Mark doubles as a cocktail and dessert. Garnished with red chili for an extra kick. 960 1280

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The Cinnamon Twist from Pink Taco Sunset Strip (LA)

The Cinnamon Twist from Pink Taco Sunset Strip (LA)

The Cinnamon Twist combines Don Julio Anejo, apple cider and cranberry juice for a fruity twist. The peppers add a spicy kick. 960 1280

  

Kith and Kin from Cusp Dining and Drinks (La Jolla, CA)

Kith and Kin from Cusp Dining and Drinks (La Jolla, CA)

Kith and Kin is Old English for “friends and family,” making this cool-weather sipper perfect for entertaining. Created by bartender Nate Howell, this cocktail is packed with seasonal ingredients, including cinnamon-infused pear cordial, yellow Chartreuse, cognac, fresh grapefruit, agave and hot water. 960 1280

  

The Ginseng Glow from Middle Branch (New York)

The Ginseng Glow from Middle Branch (New York)

In China, ginseng is commonly used as a warming agent, so Lucinda Sterling of New York’s Middle Branch decided to take advantage. To make her Ginseng Glow, Sterling combines rum, lime juice and Aperol with ginseng tea powder.   960 1280

  

Italian Hot Toddy from Coppa (Boston)

Italian Hot Toddy from Coppa (Boston)

At Coppa, a Boston enoteca, the Italian Hot Toddy is one of the most popular winter beverages on the menu. Beverage director Mary Edes created this Italian spin on the classic, using Meletti Amaro.  960 1280

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