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The historic Plaka district might be one of Athens’ most popular tourist destinations, but there’s another part of the area that visitors rarely see, one where the city’s ancient heart beats a little louder – particularly through the neighborhood’s food. It’s that culinary aspect of the district which we explore with our food tour in the area – and that you can bring to your own home and kitchen through our “Backstreet Plaka” box.
Repleto de historia y cultura local, cuajado de placitas entrañables, restaurantes dignos de peregrinación y bodegas míticas, Gràcia es uno de los barrios más idiosincráticos de Barcelona. Qué te vamos a contar. Con esta BarrioBox, te llevas a tu mesa -o a la de tu familia o colegas- un pedacito de algunos de los establecimientos y mercados icónicos de Gràcia. Una selección de productos, gourmets y con identidad, que además de alegrar la mesa de cualquiera, servirán para dar apoyo al comercio del barrio en su regreso a la actividad. ———-> OPEN AND SCROLL DOWN FOR ENGLISH
The area that encompasses the Queens neighborhoods of Corona, Elmhurst and Jackson Heights – which happens to be the location of our “United Kitchens” food tour – is one of the most diverse places on the face of the planet, home to a multitude of immigrant communities. That diversity is, naturally, best expressed through these neighborhoods’ vibrant food scenes. With our “United Kitchens of Queens” box, that culinary mix can now become part of your own kitchen.
As small, independent restaurants reopen under new rules that limit capacity, they need all of the help they can get. These mom-and-pop operations are essential to neighborhood life and the preservation of culinary traditions. Since we can’t all gather around the table just yet, buy a gift certificate of any amount and we’ll show your support by Saving Your Seat. For every gift certificate purchased, we’ll donate the price of a full meal to the local restaurant we’re featuring this week to offset their losses from working at diminished capacity. Then, when you are ready, you can use the gift certificate (or gift it to a friend to use) on any CB activity, anywhere, without any restrictions.
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.”
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.
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.
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.
Comprehensive yet still pocketable, think of this little book as your trusted and knowledgeable local companion in Barcelona.
“I ❤ Ayran” t-shirt. A declaration of truth? A sly political dig? Depending on your mood, location and time of day, this shirt can be both!
Just outside the gates of the US Open tennis tournament in Queens lies a world of incredible eating. This free guide helps Open visitors navigate their way to some of the best local dining options to be found just beyond the courts.
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!
Designed by political cartoonist Cem Dinlenmiş and produced by TakeAway, this pillow is inspired by a real living döner master in the Besiktas district of Istanbul.