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A practical, pocket-sized guide to some of the best walks and finest pubs the Peak District has to offer. The 25 routes in this book combine stunning landscape, fascinating industrial heritage and some of the best real-ale pubs in the region. Detailed route maps and inspiring photographs enhance the text throughout. Useful information such as travel and pub details and timing tips are also given.
The untold story of the renegade burger chain that evokes a passionate following unlike any other
In fast-food corporate America, In-N-Out Burger stands apart. Begun in a tiny shack in the shadow of World War II, this family-owned chain has steadfastly refused to franchise or be sold. Over time, In-N-Out Burger has become nothing less than a cultural institution that can lay claim to an insanely loyal following.
Stacy Perman's In-N-Out Burger is the inside story behind a real American success story--not only a tale of a unique and profitable business but also of a family's struggle to maintain a sustainable pop empire against the industry it helped pioneer. A keenly observed narrative that explores the transformation of a California fad into an enduring cult of popularity, it is also the story of the conflicted, secretive, and ultimately tragic Snyder family, who cooked a billion burgers and hooked a zillion fans.
"Everybody who knows her will agree that Barbara always knows where to go and what to eat. If you let her be your guide too, she will not steer you wrong, even when looking for hidden gems and places off the beaten track." Life is too short to drink bad coffee or bad wine. Big Ben? Been there. The Eiffel Tower? Seen it. More and more people want to just enjoy their city trip, rather than visiting every 'touristy' place of interest. The traveller's bucket list nowadays consists of culinary experiences. So, first things first: let's get some good food. Guided by Food acknowledges this new trend and offers readers a handful of carefully chosen tips, rather than a long list of useless information, offering simply the best, most fun, and most funky places on the latest foodie scene. The book offers a unique combination of culinary hotspots and travel tips to cities such as San Francisco, Oaxaca, Tulum, Beirut, Tel Aviv, Copenhagen, Portland, Los Angeles, Ibiza, Lima, Cartagena, Tokyo, Lisbon, and Cape Town. Hundreds of locations and mouth-watering tips are included: restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and hotels. Preselected for you: all you need to do is book your plane ticket. Guided by Food is more than a book. Anyone who buys the book will also receive a limited Google Maps profile, where you can find and share new culinary tips.
London has some of the best cocktail bars in the world, from the luxurious and trendy to the quirky and classy. London's Best Cocktail Spots is the hippest, most up-to-date guide to London's diverse and stylish cocktail scene. It offers lively descriptive reviews of 50 top venues across the city, from smart hotels and rooftop bars to craft cocktail hotspots, over-the-top concept bars and celebrity-spotting destinations. Each revealing entry includes a concise description, contact and reservation details, nearby tube stops, whether food is served, opening hours and lavish color photos. Locations are pinpointed on easy-to-read maps. This indispensable nightlife guide even includes recipes for the best signature cocktails in town, plus an introduction to the art of cocktail making and the history of cocktails.
Only in Tokyo is a guided tour through the city's dynamic food scene through the words of Michael Ryan and the lens of Luke Burgess, two of Australia's top chefs. From daybreak to late night, discover the creative people and compelling stories behind the unique restaurants, cafes, bars and tea houses of the world's most exciting food city.
Anyone who has ever visited Tokyo knows that, with over 160,000 restaurants in the city, recommendations on where to go to eat are essential. In Only in Tokyo, you're aided by a team of local experts chefs, baristas, journalists and sommeliers to help you navigate the complex food scene with ease. Discover the best of all the classic foods of Japan, and more. Sushi, takoyaki, ramen, sandwiches, burgers done brilliantly, donuts: with a photograph of every venue, accompanied by basic information on why it is worth a visit and what house speciality to order, along with its address and opening times.
Use this book to give you a flavour of Tokyo, and to point you in some tasty directions.
Following the sell-out first edition in 2011, this new edition of Yorkshire's Real Heritage Pubs, is fully revised with information on the historic pubs in Yorkshire and Humber. The book features new listings and updated photography so that you can search out and fully appreciate these special pubs. The interiors of which give us a rare look into the rich cultural and architectural history of the region. The book is the product of many years of surveying and research by CAMRA volunteers who are dedicated to helping preserve and protect the UK's pub heritage. This guide sets out to celebrate the genuine pub heritage that survives in Yorkshire, to share an understanding of its importance and to call for its better protection.
Written by an owner and consultant, this book provides a step-by-step course in bar business ownership, management, and operation.
It explains how to research the market and location, get a loan, design the space, purchase, keep the books, advertise, and hire and train. It also talks about food service, entertainment, regulations, ownership structures, how to promote and advertise the business, and other topics.
Refreshed and revised! Drink London is the go-to-guide to the top 100 finest bars and pubs in the city, and this new edition comes updated with 14 new locations. London is famous the world over for its licensed establishments, but it's easy to be overwhelmed by the huge choice. Now help is on hand! From rooftop cocktail lounges to low-beamed old inns, and underground speakeasies to the coolest craft beer bars, this is an authoritative yet lively guide to the capital's thriving drinking scene. With stylish photography and elegant design (including a handy checklist) matched by a wealth of insider knowledge and practical information, the guide features a varied list of unique bars and pubs and illustrates why each one deserves to be on all discerning drinkers' must-visit lists. Whether you're a Londoner or first time visitor to the capital, this original companion will be happy to provide the answer to the all important question, `Where shall we go for a drink tonight?' 'As perfectly made and served as a Duke's Martini.' Time Out
Join the Yorkshire Evening Post's award-winning beer writer Simon Jenkins on a criss-cross pub crawl through Leeds, calling in at dozens of popular watering holes.Along with descriptions of the beers, pubs and adventures the author encounters along the way, The Great Leeds Pub Crawl also contains fascinating asides about local history, the story of brewing in the city, and it suggests plenty of alternative routes to keep even the thirstiest pub-crawler satisfied.Comprehensively revised and updated, with even more magnificent colour photos, this is a book that no visitor to - or resident of - West Yorkshire's largest city can afford to be without. An ale trail with a difference, it looks at no less than 63 pubs in detail and many more in passing. This is an entertaining, informative and at times surprising tour of one of Britain's most vibrant metropolises.Whether you are after a quiet pint, a lively night out, a chat with friendly locals, the odd cocktail or a quality bite to eat, The Great Leeds Pub Crawl is the guide for you.
The all-new, completely revised third appearance of the global restaurant guidebook that has sold more than 200,000 copies
Forget the restaurant guides with entries chosen by a panel of 'experts'. This 1,184-page guide is by the real specialists, featuring over 7,000 recommendations for more than 4,500 restaurants in more than 70 countries from more than 650 of the world's best chefs, including: Jason Atherton, Shannon Bennett, Helena Rizzo, Stephen Harris, Yotam Ottolenghi, Yoshihiro Narisawa, and hundreds more. And, with a new international slate of editors, this third version is more comprehensive than ever.
This beautifully illustrated guidebook goes well beyond normal listings-based guides. It takes locals and tourists beyond the obvious destinations and highlights the places that Londoners actually to go to when they' re hungry, from iconic eateries to cult and local restaurants. Beautifully illustrated and colourfully written, this original guidebook presents the places that put the city on the culinary map, and the local eateries, neighbourhoods and markets popular with real Londoners.
Written by a true insider, this is the coolest guide around to Sydney's chicest shopping and hippest hangouts. Sydney is a tight-knit town, and locals often don't want to share their secrets. Luckily Chris Carroll is here to help you get beyond the Opera House and the beaches and discover the best of Sydney: from the cafe hidden at the end of a wharf in Kirribilli to the gaudy and lauded restaurants of Sydney's city centre, from the cute stationery shops of the Northern Beaches to the famous bakeries of the Inner West. You'll never want to leave. With its contemporary design and high production values, this book also make a stylish gift and keepsake for those visiting Sydney.
Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher For everyone who loves travel and trying the local delicacies, this beautifully illustrated hardback is the must-have handbook to a year's worth of perfect weekends around the world for food lovers. Featured trails include the an homage to Buenos Aires steak, cozy wintertime French Canadian cuisine, Puglia's distinctive dishes, and Parisian patisserie. Each trail is an itinerary, detailing when and where to indulge in the local specialties. There are 52 trails, each with gorgeous photography, a bespoke map, expert writing and practical details of how to get there and where to stay. This is the second in Lonely Planet's Perfect Weekends series, following the critically acclaimed Wine Trails. The 52 itineraries cover the whole globe. In the Americas we try seafood chowder in Maine; creole and cajun food in the Deep South; barbecue in Texas; and Hawaii's island food among other taste sensations. In Europe we discover the mouthwatering cuisines of Crete, Italy, Denmark, England, Spain, Germany, Iceland, Ireland and other countries. Prepare for spice in Asia as we go to India, Vietnam and Malaysia for street food; Japan for sushi and South Korea for barbecue. In Australia and New Zealand, experiences include the farm-to-table scene in Tasmania, Melbourne's melting pot of cuisines and seafood in Auckland. Wherever you are in the world, there will be trip Each itinerary features about a dozen stops, including food markets, must-visit restaurants and shops or opportunities to meet food makers or providers. Each is reviewed by Lonely Planet's authors who have visited the place. Practical details are provided so readers can make bookings and tailor their own trips. A section at the end of each itinerary suggests places to stay and lists events that take place during the year. Great photography adds visual appeal to every itinerary, each of which has an illustrated map, showing the route hungry travellers should take. For foodies looking for inspiration for their next weekend away, and ideas for new cuisines to taste and share, Food Trails will be the source of many happy faces and full stomachs! About Lonely Planet: Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, gift and lifestyle books and stationery, as well as an award-winning website, magazines, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet's mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves in. TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Awards 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 winner in Favorite Travel Guide category 'Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other.' - New York Times 'Lonely Planet. It's on everyone's bookshelves; it's in every traveller's hands. It's on mobile phones. It's on the Internet. It's everywhere, and it's telling entire generations of people how to travel the world.' - Fairfax Media (Australia)
Throwing a few drinks back at the bar is a timeless tale of humanity. In the American Old West, this tale played out in ramshackle huts and stylish establishments alike in some of the most unforgiving terrain imaginable. While the legendary Crystal Palace in Tombstone, Arizona, had little in common with the tent cities that sprang up in Leadville, Colorado, and Silver City, New Mexico, one common feature was the bars--constructed of planks of mahogany, cherrywood, or rosewood. These bars were often hauled across hundreds of miles of rugged terrain to arrive in various cities, where they would support the elbows, chins, and drinks of those who sought to quench their thirst. From the Grand Hotel in Bisbee to Rosa's Cantina in El Paso, Myke and Melody Groves tell the story of the front and back bars of twenty-five establishments in Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado through a combination of historic background and photographs. This lively travelogue, complete with driving directions, will inspire visitors to the West's old mining camps, railroad towns, and ranching centers to stop in and belly up to the bar.
York is the second-most visited city in the UK, attracting millions of visitors from all across the world who are spellbound by the city's medieval churches, quaint snickelways and its plentiful pubs. In 1663 it was recorded that York had 263 licensed public houses. As the population of York increased, so did the number of licensed pubs. Seebohm Rowntree's early twentieth-century survey revealed that York had one licensed establishment for every 230 people. The pubs that have survived into the modern era each have their own individual story to tell, a tale sure to entertain and fascinate while you sit perched at the bar. This book catalogues the most intriguing capers from the city's historic pubs and will give the reader an introduction to a fascinating alehouse-based history of York.
How to enjoy the best of Italian food: understand the menu and know how to order in a restaurant or street market. Complements the Blue Guides' classic guide-book range as preparation for and accompaniment to any visit to Italy. Comprehensive coverage from pizza and pasta to rare regional delicacies and fine wines. Separate sections on seasonal food, Mediterranean fish, wines and aperitifs, star chefs. Extensive phrasebook-divided into 'what it means' (Italian into English including a glossary) and 'how to ask for' (English into Italian). Good-looking with stylish black and white line drawings, it would also work well as a gift item.
Kentucky has a rich tradition of good eatin', with famous classics like fried chicken and bourbon balls as well as less well-known Bluegrass mainstays like spoonbread, burgoo, and Derby pie. There's nothing worse than pulling off the road for a tasty bite and being confronted with a less than appetizing meal instead. Veteran road trippers Cameron Ludwick and Blair Thomas Hess are on a mission to help you ditch the dives. They have traveled the state and mapped out the best local foods, festivals, and flavors. From their trek to the Beer Cheese Festival in Winchester to the Hot Brown Hop in Louisville, these gals know the best places to eat and want to take you along for the ride in Famous Kentucky Flavors. Along the way, you'll visit all the classics and will also be introduced to some more unusual fare, including lamb fries, Benedictine spread, and barbecued mutton. Plan your own lip-smacking road trip from bourbon balls to burgoo with Famous Kentucky Flavors.
Cuba is experiencing a cultural and culinary renaissance. With a recent influx of investment and tourism flooding the country, paladares (private restaurants) are on the forefront of change. Paladares is the first book to tell the story of Cuban cuisine through the lens of the restaurant owners, chefs, farmers, and patrons, while examining the implications of food shortages, tourism, and international influences and of a country experiencing a paradigm shift in cooking. Filled with 150 authentic and modern recipes adapted for the home cook, like Pork Empanadas with Avocado Relish and Pumpkin Flan with Spinach and Saffron, and 350 vivid colour photographs, Paladares brings the country's spirited cooking into your own kitchen.
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