Traveling already isn’t easy. But for Jasmine Mays, things went to a whole new low when she was forced to share her seat with a stranger’s bare feet.
Lijiang, China hosts an insect-eating contest that brings visitors from all over the country. Bugs have been a cuisine in Lijiang for centuries. The winner of the competition in the Yunnan Province ate an absurd amount of creepy crawlers in mere minutes and won an interesting prize.
Kendall Jenner in a white sweatsuit — that costs more than rent. Since Vetements got in the game. The brand beloved by the Kardashians, Kanye West, and Rihanna, launched a line with age-old athletic brand at the end of 2016.
If you don’t live in Cincinnati, your idea of the cuisine might stop after Skyline Chili and Graeter’s Ice Cream. Yahoo Food took a long weekend trip to explore all the area had to offer, eating and drinking our way through the city.
Most breweries have some sort of food in their taprooms, even if it’s just a bucket of stale pretzels. But food isn’t always an afterthought at breweries: take, for example, these spots that put almost as much love into their food menus as they do to their tap offerings. Come for the brisket and IPA. Stay for the dan dan noodles and lager.
There’s no doubt that in recent years the Los Angeles area has become one of the biggest food destinations in America. The great food is plentiful in this sprawling, sunny region and new must-eat restaurants seem to be popping up daily. A unique balance exists in this part of the West Coast, with competing focusses on health and indulgence.
When NYT restaurant critic Pete Wells reviewed Thomas Keller’s famed Manhattan restaurant Per Se, he stated, "Per Se is among the worst food deals in New York.” With that sentiment in mind, we pulled together a collection of restaurants that are worth splurging on.
By Tobias Carroll When cooked well, a steak can be of the most satisfying dinners out there. There are plenty of factors, from the meat itself to the way it’s prepared to the cooking time and temperature. What follows is a list of ten destinations for great steaks across the world. Some are institutions that have served up steaks to many generations; others are relative newcomers whose techniques have earned them rave reviews. More from Men’s Journal How to Make the Perfect Steak The 10 Hottest Travel Destinations in the World The 25 Best Burgers in America
Thrillist ranked each state in the U.S. based on their local food and drink, from fresh produce, iconic staples, beer and wine and their overall food scene.
Finding a steakhouse is not hard. But finding a truly exceptional steakhouse where you can't go wrong when you order the filet mignon, prime rib, or T-bone, is something special. As you plan dinners with old friends and holiday lunches with coworkers, consider these spots, deemed to be the very best steakhouses in America.
Who doesn’t love a good Cubano? The sandwich originated in Cuba but has since made waves in the states because it is nothing like your ordinary sandwich. A classic Cubano is made with an airy, fluffy bread slathered in butter, piled with pork, cheese, pickles, and mustard, and then pressed down in a sizzling hot press known as a plancha.
WATCH: Americana Rules! Inside The Best Little Carnie Museum In Louisiana Yahoo is streaming the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience, a three-day music festival live from New Orleans. This year’s lineup includes artists like Florence & The Machine, deadmau5, Jane’s Addiction, and more. It starts on Friday, Oct. 30 at 4 p.m.
Care for a side of spookiness with your salad? At haunted restaurants around the country, that can be arranged. From Edgar Allan Poe’s favorite bar in New York City to a California restaurant once owned by a murderous pharmacist, these are some of the eateries most likely to give you the heebie jeebies. Just be sure to bring a friend; you won’t want to dine at these spots alone.
Photo: johrling/Flickr Yahoo is streaming the first ever Landmark Music Festival, live from Washington D.C. The lineup this year includes names like The Strokes, Miguel, Chromeo, TV On The Radio, and Twin Shadow. It starts Saturday, Sept. 26 and you can watch all weekend long at Yahoo.com/LandmarkFest. Over the past decade, Washington, DC, has grown in popularity as a destination for foodies and new eateries owned by world-renowned chefs such as Jose Andres and Wolfgang Puck.
This summer, I fulfilled a lifelong dream: visiting Mongolia. I’d read about Genghis Khan and his conquests for years and had always wanted to visit — a bucket list dream come true, if you will. I decided to do a road trip, as, 800 years after the Great Khan died, over one-third of the population still leads a nomadic lifestyle, living in gers (yurts), with their cattle (camels, cows, goats, and yaks) roaming the fields outside. Not much has changed over the years except for the method of transportation. ...
According to Cajun legend, deep in the Louisiana Swamp is the Rougarou — a large, werewolf-like half-man, half-beast creature who preys on people who venture too far into its terrain. Photo (modified) by Angie Garrett/Flickr. Design by Lauren DeLuca for Yahoo Travel. Regarding this legendary beast, History.com says, “The Cajun legend of the Rougarou can take on multiple forms.
The slideshow above features some of my favorite cafes, coffee shops, and restaurants in Amsterdam. Each is a perfect place to stop when you need a break from walking along the dazzling canals, admiring the Vermeers at the Rijksmuseum, or riding your bike with the rush hour crowd.
If a trip to New Orleans is on your bucket list, make sure to hit these 14 places and tell them L. Kasimu sent you.