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“No tricks, just nature.” This is the Fatamorgana motto, effectively summarizing what lies behind the delicious and imaginative gelato. Find classic flavors and ones from farther afield, like the mesmerizing dark chocolate and lapsang souchong smoked tea or the lovely Thumbelina with Sorrento walnuts, rose petals, and violet flowers.
This Is Montreal’s Best Smoked Meat Sandwich: There are few things that scream Montreal more than smoked meat. Not quite corned beef, and not as heavily spiced as pastrami, the deli staple — layered and piled high onto fresh rye bread with a swab of mustard — has been a favorite of Montrealers for decades.
Mexico's Freshest Seafood Shack Is Tucked Away In Ensenada's Beach Town: It’s a have-to-try-before-you-die kind of meal, with awards and accolades from competitions all over the world — but it’s best enjoyed on the side of the road in a plastic chair. Bricia and Fernando Lopez make their next road trip pitstop in Ensenada to sample some of the best ceviche in Mexico.
Wexler's Home-Cured Pastrami Sandwich Is The Perfect Way To Kickoff A Road Trip: Wexler's is Los Angeles' premiere pastrami joint. We journey to Santa Monica's best tribute to Jewish delis in search of the best pastrami and corned beef sandwiches on the west coast. These pastrami sandwiches are out of this world!
Fried Lobster, Martian Crabs, and Red Snapper at Baja's Tucked Away Fishing Village: Brother and sister Fernando and Bricia Lopez (whose family runs the James Beard Award-winning Restaurante Guelaguetza in LA) make a pit stop in Popotla, a seafood mecca 35 miles south of Tijuana. The small, colorful fishing village is a destination for some of Baja California’s freshest fish and shellfish, and the perfect place for Open Road to pull over for a midday meal.
Where To Get The Freshest Seafood Just Across The Mexican Border: Eater’s favorite roadtripping duo is back -- they finally cross the border and stop for a few plates of ultra-fresh seafood at Erizo Baja Fish House and Market in Tijuana.
The Ideal SoCal Burgers and Wings At MishMash San Diego: Fernando and Bricia Lopez — the brother and sister team whose family runs Los Angeles' Restaurante Guelaguetza — make their first real pit stop in the Barrio Logan neighborhood in San Diego, at MishMash.
Ramen, Burgers, and Empanadas At Tijuana's Best Kept Secret: Fernando and Bricia Lopez — brother and sister duo, culinary legacies (their family owns Guelaguetza in Los Angeles), and road tripping experts — continue on their trek from Southern California and through northern Mexico. The pair stop for a late meal at Colectivo 9, a slightly hidden enclave of nine counter-service spots with ample communal seating in the center.
This Living Legend Can Cook 8 Whole Lambs At The Same Time: Bricia and Fernando Lopez — the brother and sister team from the family behind Los Angeles’ Restaurante Guelaguetza — head to Valle De Guadalupe to stop by La Cocina de Doña Esthela. In a town that’s quickly filling up with destination vineyards and new restaurants, Doña Esthela’s cooking stands out for its simplicity.
Has this Toronto bar improved on the Big Mac? Koreans have always taken their love of familiar flavors to dishes where they live and sometimes that means using kimchi on things like poutine and burgers. For Leeto Han — a Korean-American who spent formative years in Philadelphia — it also means taking classic sandwiches like cheesesteaks and employing marinated bulgogi.