Ask Puerto Ricans what the most traditional foods of the island are, and you’ll probably get a range of answers about what foods to try and where to find them. To make sure you’re not missing out, here’s how to prioritize your Puerto Rico vacation around the best local meals.
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Overwhelmed by the never-ending number of restaurants and things to do in the city? Let us help you experience our hometown. This week, a few of our favorite locals are sharing a few of their favorite local spots for getting outdoors – and for getting out to eat.
Make no mistake: there’s really no better place in the South to let your hair down than in New Orleans. While it’s almost impossible not to have fun while exploring the city by day and by night (and by late-night), we recommend taking the locals’ advice on how and where to laissez les bons temps rouler.
Aruba’s dynamic history is responsible for the Dutch island’s curious cultural mashup. As you might imagine, these influences combine in some seriously good food. Sampling local eats is one of the best ways to get a feel for your destination, and here’s where to eat like a local in Aruba.
Whether you’re lingering on the white sandy beaches of Tobago or immersing yourself in the big-city atmosphere of Trinidad, there’s plenty of things to see and do in this tropical twin-island country.
Atlanta is a lot of things to a lot of people. It’s a hub of higher education institutions like Emory and Georgia Tech, among others. It’s a thriving hip-hop music scene that produced the likes of Outkast. It’s also one of America’s great sports cities. Still, Atlanta is best experienced not through games or songs or schools, but through its locally-owned businesses. Here are some favorites according to ATL contributors to Localeur.