There is much to say about a culture and its community when it comes to its local cuisine. What place is the busiest on a weekday evening? Where are the secrets being shared? I’ve discovered many worthwhile eats while taking a lovely stroll on a rainy day in New York to an incredible must have traditional soup at the Reykjavik domestic airport – here are some places that I’ve enjoyed! For the full experience, please choose the link!

La Mercerie | New York, New York

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Vestmanna Tourist Centre | Streymoy, The Faroe Islands

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De Bakkerswinkel | Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Le Soleil d’Or | Paris, France

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Peck 22 | Brussels, Belgium

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Fridheimar | Selfoss, Iceland

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Jack’s Wife Freda | New York, New York

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Tessa | New York, New York

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Rue La Rue | New York, New York

Luce | Portland, Oregon

Reza’s | Chicago, Illinois

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Blue Hill at Stone Barns | Pocantico Hills, New York

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Augustine @ The Beekman | New York, New York

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Tipsy Parson | New York, New York

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Mee Noodle House | New York, New York

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Copyright 2019 Erica Hilario

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