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Get your own sign made by Pasquale De Stefano, better known as Pasquale “the number man,” who hand paints signs for Neapolitan fruit sellers and vendors – one of the last of his kind in Naples.
Give the gift of experience! Our small group food walks in Istanbul, Athens, Lisbon, Naples, Tbilisi and beyond take travelers to those hidden spots that are so hard to find on your own. Visiting local culinary gems as well as off-the-tourist-track cultural spots, CB’s walks are a perfect way to get to know a city, its people and their way of life. It’s the perfect gift for culinary explorers and those who love to travel to eat.
Newly updated for this Spring 2018, consider the Eatinerary CB’s own concierge service that recommends the best hard-to-find local spots and top seasonal foods to eat right now, with the inside scoop on where to go for everything from a warming cozido or feijoada in Lisbon to a hearty traditional trinxat in Barcelona.
Eatinerary is Culinary Backstreets’ very own tailor-made food itinerary for travelers. It’s your personal concierge, a bespoke written guide to eats in your destination city, based on your own palate and preferences.
Now in its sixth edition, “Istanbul Eats: Exploring the Culinary Backstreets” is the definitive guide to eating locally and authentically in Istanbul, written by the co-founders of Culinary Backstreets.
Pocketable and easily digestible, think of this little book as your trusted and knowledgeable local companion in Barcelona.
Part of our “An Eater’s Guide to the City” series, this newly updated and expanded book was created with those who travel to eat in mind.
The definitive guide to eating locally and authentically in several of the world’s greatest food cities, including Istanbul, Athens and Barcelona – with more to come!
This pack of cards is part of Culinary Backstreets’ efforts to provide roving food vendors with greater recognition and keep them where they belong – on the street. Each card profiles a classic Istanbul street vendor, giving a taste of their life story and their vital “stats.”
With the help of Eat Portugal – The Essential Guide to Portuguese Food, you can dare to be bold and be surprised by Portuguese cuisine with recipes, glossary, dictionary and restaurant recommendations.