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This information-packed guidebook introduces you to more than sixty
breweries and brewpubs--from the Shipwrecked Brew Pub in Egg
Harbor, to smaller craft breweries like Capital Brewery west of
Madison, to the world-famous Miller Brewing Company of Milwaukee.
Robin Shepard includes descriptions and his personal ratings of
some 600 local beers, plus a taster's chart you can use to record
your own preferences.
The beer-lovers' bible is fully revised and updated each year to feature recommended pubs across the United Kingdom that serve the best real ale. The GBG is completely independent, with listings based entirely on evaluation by CAMRA members. The unique breweries section lists every brewery - micro, regional and national - that produces real ale in the UK, and their beers. Tasting notes for the beers, compiled by CAMRA-trained tasting teams, are also included. This is the complete book for beer lovers and for anyone wanting to experience the UK's finest pubs.
Restaurant guides exist in different shapes and sizes, but this is the first guide that focuses on the "must eat" of a restaurant. Where do you go when you want the best pizza Margarita of New York? Who serves the best sizzling burger? Which chef is the Ceasar's salad specialist of The Big Apple? Where do you eat a delicious pastrami...? Must Eat NYC offers an exciting selection of restaurants, picked because of their specialty. Including the well-known, classic places to eat as well as a refreshing and impressive selection of hidden gems, this guide will open new worlds of taste for the tourist - and for the New Yorker. It will aid the discovery of a truly gastronomical city within the city; a foodie's heaven. Must East NYC also allows you to get to know the chef behind each dish and documents his love for the produce. The book is illustrated with beautiful photographs by Kris Vlegels.
Long familiar with Edinburgh and Leith's drinking dens, watering holes, shebeens and dens of iniquity, Stuart McHardy has penned a bible for the booze connoisseur. Whether you're here for Hogmanay, a six nations weekend, the festival, just one evening or the rest of your life, this is the companion to slip in your pocket or handbag as you venture out in search of the craic.
A trip to the supermarket while vacationing in a foreign country can be a frustrating ordeal. How to choose the best seafood (what is the deal with the tiny packages of fish?) proper farmers' market etiquette (is it okay to touch the veggies?) and choosing the right checkout line (there are different kinds?) can all lead to moments of confusion, and asking for help is not so easy with a language barrier. When author Lynne Martin tried living as locals do in France, she found making her own meals nearly impossible. Unfamiliar with cuts of meat and unable to decipher labels or cooking instructions, she was surrounded by delicious produce but lost when it came to utilising it in French cooking. Chef Deborah Scarborough came to her rescue, and now, in Shop Like a Local in France, both share their tips for other travellers looking to rock their vacation cooking or explore French cuisine at home. In addition to 50 recipes, there are guides to wine and cheese, tips for stocking a rental home and information about French kitchen basics.
When it comes to drinking, London is unrivalled. Scratch the surface and you'll find a burgeoning craft beer movement, cocktails that are envelope-pushing and wine bars taking the pomp out of plonk. So where do you start? Start with the ones with the most heart. The ones with the story to tell. The ones that are so much a part of London that we couldn't imagine a city without them. In this collection of 111 bars and pubs in London you'll find rooftops, basements, gardens, caves, breweries, distilleries and so much more. You'll find places the locals couldn't let die and venues so impressive, people have done their upmost to keep them under wraps. Picking up this book is the equivalent of stepping through the speakeasy door and marvelling at the cave of hidden, boozy wonders inside. Call it London's best bar crawl yet.
Food Lover's Guide to Pittsburgh is the ultimate guide to the city's food scene and provides the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate local culinary offerings. Engagingly written by local foodies, this guide is a one-stop resource for residents and visitors alike to find producers and pureyors of tasty local specialities, as well as a rich array of other, indispensible food-related information including: * One-of-a-kind restaurants and landmark eateries * Speciality food shops * The city's best bakeries * Local drink scene * Food festivals and culinary events * Recipes from top Pittsburgh chefs
'Successful Pubs and Inns plots a clear course towards successful innkeeping. It is ideal for those planning a career in the licensed trade, professionals already within the business and for students.
Includes Le Cinq, Beast and Farm Girl Café, and a new introduction by the author.
Jay Rayner isn't just a trifle irritated. He is eye-gougingly, bone-crunchingly, teeth-grindingly angry. And admit it, that's why you picked up this book, isn't it?
Because you aren't really interested in glorious prose poems celebrating the finest dining experiences known to humanity, are you? You want him to suffer abysmal cooking, preferably at eye-watering prices, so you can gorge on the details and luxuriate in vicarious displeasure.
You're in luck. Revel in Jay's misfortune as he is subjected to dreadful meat cookery with animals that died in vain, gravies full of casual violence and service that redefines the word 'incompetent'. He hopes you enjoy reading his reviews of these twenty miserable meals a damn sight more than he didn't enjoy experiencing them.
The MICHELIN Guide Switzerland is carefully researched, with objective recommendations to numerous restaurants and hotels. Anonymous inspectors use the famed Michelin star rating system to create an extensive selection of great places to eat and stay for all budgets. Recommendations to 1230 delicious restaurants and delightful hotels . (minimal text is in the language of the country.) From Starred to highly recommended reatuarants traditional or starred restaurants for a special occasion. Awards such as the Bib Gourmand indicitive of an affordable and enjoyable meal. Plates identifying restaurants offering a good meal. Covering traditional dishes and starred restaurant menus for every occasion... Descriptive symbols and an English legend tell you all you need to know. To make your visit memorable, the MICHELIN guide has an easy-to-use format, featuring: * Longer more in depth descriptions for two and three star restaurants * Thematic indexes to help you make the right choice * Cultural and practical information * Cuisines from around the world, in all price bands * City map locating the guide's hotels and restaurants * Lively description for each entry with pictures, including price indications
A bite-sized guide to 25 of the best culinary towns and cities in the UK for foodies. Looking for the best curry spot in Manchester, where you can sample a classic afternoon tea in London or fancy tucking into the best gastro-pub grub in Edinburgh? Need a place for cocktails in Belfast, or want to get off the tourist trail and find the best fish and chips in Cornwall? After years in the culinary wilderness, over the last decade England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales have planted themselves firmly on the map as must-visit destinations for any self-respecting foodie. The UK food scene is positively brimming with ideas and enthusiasm, where chefs and artisan producers celebrate the best, freshest local ingredients and use them in dishes inspired by cuisines from around the world. Foodie Breaks: England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales will provide you with a snapshot of 25 culinary hotspots, each with 10 recommendations any self-respecting foodie simply must try. It's the perfect travel companion for a long weekend, with all the hard work and research done for you. Simply pick a place to eat and tuck in.
The ultimate guide to Napa Valley's food scene provides the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate local culinary offerings. Written for residents and visitors alike to find producers and purveyors of tasty local specialties, as well as a rich array of other, indispensable food-related information including: food festivals and culinary events; specialty food shops; farmers' markets and farm stands; trendy restaurants and time-tested iconic landmarks; and recipes using local ingredients and traditions.
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.
Britain's bestselling travel guide for over 30 years and the only truly independent guide of its kind. ***Featured in the Guardian, the Times and Mail Online and on BBC Radio 4*** The 37th edition of this much-loved book is as irreplaceable as ever. Organised county by county, its yearly updates and reader recommendations ensure that only the best pubs make the grade. Here you will not only find a fantastic range of countryside havens, bustling inns and riverside retreats, but also a growing number of gastropubs and pubs specialising in malt whiskey and craft beers. Discover the top pubs in each county for beer, food and accommodation, and find out the winners of the coveted titles of Pub of the Year and landlord of the Year. Packed with hidden gems, The Good Pub Guide continues to provide a wealth of honest, entertaining and up-to-date information on the countries drinking establishments.
Travel the world from the comfort of your own living room! From the people who have been delivering trustworthy guidebooks to every destination in the world for 40 years, Lonely Planet's World's Best Drinks is your passport to the planet's best tipples and soft drinks. Quench your thirst with over 60 recipes including cocktails, delicate tea brews and zingy aperitifs. For each of the authentic recipes in this book, an 'Origins' section details how the drink came into being in the culture that created it, alongside tasting notes of how best to sample it for the authentic experience, whether in an upscale New York cocktail bar, a fireside lounge or a Chinese teahouse. Each recipe includes ingredients and easy instructions so you can make it at home. Perfect for any budding barista or bartender, this book has everything you need to blow your friends away at your next drinks party. BEER Michelada - Mexico CIDER Mulled cider - United Kingdom WINE Glogi - Finland Kalimotxo - Spain Mimosa - France Sangria - Spain Terremoto - Chile GIN Martini - USA Negroni - Italy Pimm's - United Kingdom Singapore Sling - Singapore Sloe g(more...)
Travel the world from the comfort of your kitchen! From taco carts and noodle stalls to hawker markets and gelaterias, it's on the street that you'll find the heart of a cuisine and its culture. From the people who have been delivering trustworthy guidebooks to every destination in the world for 40 years, Lonely Planet's World's Best Street Food is your passport to the planet's freshest, tastiest street-food flavours. Each of the 100 recipes includes easy-to-use instructions, ingredients and mouth-watering photography plus a section detailing how the dish has evolved. There are also tasting notes that explain how best to sample each dish - whether that's in a beachside lobster shack in Maine, a hawker market in Singapore or standing at the bar in a Sicilian cafe - to truly give you a flavour of the place. Includes: Acaraje - Brazil Arancino - Italy Arepas - Venezuela Bakso - Indonesia Bamboo rice - Taiwan Banh mi -Vietnam Baozi - China Bhelpuri - India Breakfast burrito - USA Brik - Tunisia Bsarra - Morocco Bun cha - Vietnam Bunny chow - South Africa Burek - Bosnia & Hercegovina Ceviche de corvina - Peru Chicken 65 - India Chilli crab - Singapore Chivito al pan -(more...)
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