A small bowl of shrimp ceviche sits on a wooden table.

Where to Eat in Cartagena’s Old City

Seafood reigns supreme in Cartagena cuisine, and though many restaurants in the Walled City sport Manhattan prices, an inexpensive meal is not impossible to find. Here are local favorites from Caribbean-influenced dishes to always-popular pizza and pasta to truly authentic fritos, all with an Old City touch and a perfectly-matched drink.

Pan de bono and buñuelo. Photo © Edward Zuniga Jr., licensed Creative Commons.

Where to Eat Colombian Food in Medellín

The revitalization and resurgence of Medellín beginning in the early 2000s has also led to culinary revolution, with countless new dining options popping up throughout the city. While the best neighborhoods for dining are Provenza and El Poblado and the Zona M in Envigado, these specific restaurants do it best when it comes to excellent Colombian cuisine.

Porta Coéli Chapel and Museum of Religious Art. Photo © Suzanne Van Atten.

Things to Do in San Germán, Puerto Rico

San Germán is the second-oldest colonial city in Puerto Rico, a lovely town to explore the streets and plazas while admiring the 18th- and 19th-century architecture and, thanks to an expanding restaurant scene, to treat yourself with a few remarkable meals. Here are the sights, events, and how to get there.

Beef carpaccio with parmesan, arugula, and olive oil at Corte de Principe. Photo © Christopher P. Baker.

The Best of Havana’s Paladares Part 2

Havana is in the midst of a culinary revolution. Privately owned restaurants (paladares) have exploded in number since 2011, offering heapings of style and good food. Here are the best to try in Habana Vieja and Centro Habana.

A table set for dinner in front of a wall decorated with pictures and knickknacks at La Guarida in Havana.

The Best of Havana’s Paladares Part 1

Havana is in the midst of a culinary revolution. Privately owned restaurants (paladares) have exploded in number since 2011, offering heapings of style and good food. Here are the best to try in Vedado, the Plaza de la Revolución, Miramar and beyond.

A long curtain of water spills over verdant cliffs.

Best of Brazil 21-Day Travel Itinerary

Three weeks is probably the minimum amount of time required to get a quick sampling of some of Brazil’s most noteworthy attractions, landscapes, and cultures. Considering the country’s sheer size and diversity, and the distances and travel time involved, this itinerary is very selective. After all, the goal is to enjoy your time, not to exhaust yourself, and many of Brazil’s destinations involve some sort of relaxation.

Kualapu‘u Cookhouse is one of the few places to grab a bite on Moloka‘i.

Where to Eat on Moloka‘i

Though choices for where to eat on Moloka‘i are limited, that at least makes it easy to decide. You’re not going to find anything fancy here; laid-back, filling plate lunches and do-it-yourself picnics from the market are Moloka‘i’s culinary speed.

Toronto's Distillery Historic District is a 13-acre site with Victorian-era brick industrial buildings.

Exploring Toronto’s Distillery Historic District

The Distillery Historic District is a 13-acre site with Victorian-era brick industrial buildings that now house art galleries, shops, cafés, and theaters, as well as high-end condominiums. Read more about the galleries and studios in the area, as well as some of the breweries operating in the district.