Friday, June 16, 2017

{Book Review} An Eater's Guide - Road Food

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First published in 1977, the original Roadfood became an instant classic. James Beard said, "This is a book that you should carry with you, no matter where you are going in these United States. It's a treasure house of information."

The 40th anniversary edition of Roadfood includes 1,000 of America's best local eateries along highways and back roads, with nearly 200 new listings, as well as a brand new design.

Filled with enticing alternatives for chain-weary-travelers, Roadfood provides descriptions of and directions to (complete with regional maps) the best lobster shacks on the East Coast; the ultimate barbecue joints down South; the most indulgent steak houses in the Midwest; and dozens of top-notch diners, hotdog stands, ice-cream parlors, and uniquely regional finds in between. Each entry delves into the folkways of a restaurant's locale as well as the dining experience itself, and each is written in the Sterns' entertaining and colorful style. A cornucopia for road warriors and armchair epicures alike, Roadfood is a road map to some of the tastiest treasures in the United States. 



Road Food is a great collection of restaurants from coast to coast. This book is full of great spots that aren't always "on the map"  and many of these places are mom and pop restaurants.  I love supporting the community around me and the areas I visit.

Each location has a description of what they serve with their physical address even with directions. This a great book to keep in your car or RV to have some great food while your are traveling around.  More than 1,000 spots across the country, I am sure there will be something for everyone.