Roadfood (2017): An Eater's Guide to More Than 1,000 of the Best Local Hot Spots
Jane & Michael Stern
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It’s been forty years since the Sterns first began providing a guide to the great local restaurants of the United States, the hidden gems of back roads and out-of-the-way neighborhoods serving up regional specialties. In this tenth edition the book has been expanded to include over 1,000 restaurants (more than 200 of them brand new to this edition). You can pick between the likes of Mrs. White’s Golden Rule Cafe in Phoenix, the best-smelling restaurant the Sterns know; Hart’s Turkey Farm in Meredith, New Hampshire, where every day is Thanksgiving; and the vegetarian-friendly Green Salmon in Yachats, Oregon. Entries are arranged by state, with maps to help you figure out that if you’ve gone all the way to De Valls Bluffs, Arkansas for Craig’s Bar-B-Cue, you’re practically right on top of Ms. Lena’s Pies. Maps. Paperback.
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