Eat & Drink

Discover the best places to eat and drink in the West. Find unique places to eat in your favorite cities, unearth regional food and wine specialities, and dive deep into the history of food and how it reflects the varied cultures of the West.

Where to Eat in San Francisco's NoPa Neighborhood

San Francisco's up and coming neighborhood, NoPa, is turning into a restaurant hot spot. Try Bar Crudo and Souvla when you visit.

Sip Your Way Through Salt Lake City

From coffee and craft brews to spirits and wine, the drinking scene in Salt Lake City will quench your thirst and keep you busy.

8 Great Hotel Cocktail Bars in the West

These hotels bars are stylish, swanky, or just plain fun.

Delicious Food Halls Around the West

These modern food courts around the West bring together restaurants and other food purveyors under one roof.

7 Top North Lake Tahoe Restaurants

Nothing works up an appetite quite like a snow day. Warm up and chow down at one of these favorite North Lake Tahoe restaurants.

What’s Cooking in Sonoma County

Sonoma County offers a selection of surprisingly affordable homey food in restaurants that locals actually patronize.

The Napa You Don't Know

You've sampled the world-class wine. Now check out some of the lesser-known attractions in everyone's favorite vineyard valley.

The Best Breweries in SoMa, San Francisco

Taste some of the best brews from five favorite San Francisco breweries on this informal beer-drinkers tour of SoMa.

Must-Dine Restaurants in the West

If you’re visiting Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Napa, Portland, San Francisco, or Seattle, here are the must-dine restaurants.

Adega: San Jose’s First Michelin Star Restaurant

Getting a reservation at Adega restaurant in San Jose isn’t easy — but the meal, and the wine, is worth the wait.

Affordable Eats in Vancouver and Richmond, British Columbia

From savory dim sum to indulgent sweets, get serious culinary bang for your buck at these four British Columbia eateries.  

Best Wineries for a Fall Picnic in Napa and Sonoma

Because who says you can’t have your wine and drink it, too?