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One Lunch in Austin

kerbey lane and magnolia cafe are both good austin-only chains that are open 24/7 and delicious. torchy's tacos is pretty delicious as well. all 3 should have a variety of locations so you won't have to go all over the place looking for them

www.kerbeylanecafe.com
www.themagnoliacafe.com
www.torchystacos.com

Nov 06, 2010
csmochilera in Austin

Alaska Recommendations Needed - Fairbanks, Denali, Anchorage, Seward

229 agreed!!! I don't care if you have to bike, walk, take a cab, or hitch-hike there... you gotta go!!! It's absolutely incredible. I took my boyfriend there yesterday and he wouldn't stop saying "oh my god this is amazing.." and we just spent 5 weeks driving from colorado to alaska and eating at as many recommended places a possible. Try the homemade salted caramel ice cream!!!!!!!!!!!

Jun 21, 2010
csmochilera in Pacific Northwest

roadtrip through Oregon and Washington

awsome! thanks a lot!!! sounds like a great restaurant... if we get a chance we'll definitely stop in

Mar 30, 2010
csmochilera in Pacific Northwest

Vancouver towards Whitehorse in may.. food and other recommendations?

thanks again! ya i'll definitely be checking for bakeries... and probably spending more on groceries than restaurants (unless there's something i just can't miss).

Feb 23, 2010
csmochilera in B.C. (inc. Vancouver)

Roadtripping through Cali.. Vegas to the Redwoods.. food hints?

thanks!! i LOVE chevre. will definitely check it out

Feb 23, 2010
csmochilera in California

Roadtrip from Denver through southern Utah and to Vegas.. food tips??

thanks guys! ya i'll take a look at the western slope stuff. oh ya, and before you all think i'm geographically challenged, we're living in crested butte through the season, then driving a friend to the airport in denver, then we have 5 weeks to get from denver to alaska. i've never been to the parks of western utah, vegas, most of cali, oregon, or anything but seattle in washington. so we're gonna make it into a sweet roadtrip! thanks again for the info

Feb 09, 2010
csmochilera in Mountain States

roadtrip through Oregon and Washington

thanks a lot!!!

Feb 09, 2010
csmochilera in Pacific Northwest

Vancouver towards Whitehorse in may.. food and other recommendations?

thanks a lot guys!!!! also, if there's anyone that has done this trip, especially in early may, i'm trying to figure out how long we need to get there. my biggest problem is trying to find out if it's possible/semi-comfortable to camp early in the spring? because if it's not and hotels are expensive, then we'll have to make that part of the trip shorter.

ps-yes i think we are planning to go through jasper and banff on the way back from alaska.. in late september

Feb 08, 2010
csmochilera in B.C. (inc. Vancouver)

Roadtripping through Cali.. Vegas to the Redwoods.. food hints?

thanks guys!!! i'll keep this info with me.... i'm sure it'll be very helpful

Feb 08, 2010
csmochilera in California

Roadtrip from Denver through southern Utah and to Vegas.. food tips??

Hello! Me and my boyfriend are driving from Colorado to Alaska starting in April so I'm trying to get good ideas of things and places not to miss. Not exactly sure what route we'll be driving... I think we'll start in Denver then head to Utah and try to hit up the parks.. Arches, Canyonlands, Bryce, and Zion. Then we'll be headed to Vegas. I'm especially looking for places we could just stop for a quick but delicious bite to eat.

I'm from Ohio and I like fresh and homemade foods, desserts, and I love Thai and Indian. I don't eat much meat and hate anything not home-made. He's from Hawaii and loves good Japanese, diners, hot dogs, french dip, seafood, Mexican, etc. Any ideas of farmer's markets, homemade diners, international flavors, delicious desserts, and anything we can buy and keep with us??

Also, if anyone has any ideas of specific places that we should explore or things we should do in specific cities, that'd be helpful as well. Thanks!!

Feb 03, 2010
csmochilera in Mountain States

Roadtripping through Cali.. Vegas to the Redwoods.. food hints?

Hello! Me and my boyfriend are driving from Colorado to Alaska starting in April so I'm trying to get good ideas of things and places not to miss. Not exactly sure what route we'll be driving, I think we'll go through Vegas then head to the southwestern edge of Sequoia and through Sequoia, King's Canyon, Yosemite, Lake Tahoe, Sacramento, San Francisco, then up 1 to Arcata and the Redwoods. I'd also like to do a bit of wine country. Especially tips about food in smaller cities and towns would be helpful since I know I can find info about the big cities.

I'm from Ohio and I like fresh and homemade foods, desserts, and I love Thai and Indian. I don't eat much meat and hate anything not home-made. He's from Hawaii and loves good Japanese, diners, hot dogs, french dip, seafood, Mexican, etc. Any ideas of farmer's markets, homemade diners, international flavors, delicious desserts, and anything we can buy and keep with us??

Also, if anyone has any ideas of specific places that we should explore or things we should do in specific cities, that'd be helpful as well. Thanks!!

Feb 03, 2010
csmochilera in California

roadtrip through Oregon and Washington

Hello! Me and my boyfriend are driving from Colorado to Alaska starting in April so I'm trying to get good ideas of things and places not to miss. Not exactly sure what route we'll be driving, we'll definitely go through Arcata, CA then head north. Will probably try to drive on the coast a little bit. Will definitely go through Portland and Seattle (but I can find lots of info on those cities.. smaller town info would be better).

I'm from Ohio and I like fresh and homemade foods, desserts, and I love Thai and Indian. I don't eat much meat and hate anything not home-made. He's from Hawaii and loves good Japanese, diners, hot dogs, french dip, seafood, Mexican, etc. Any ideas of farmer's markets, homemade diners, international flavors, delicious desserts, and anything we can buy and keep with us?? Also, if anyone has any ideas of specific places that we should explore or things we should do in specific cities, that'd be helpful as well. Thanks!!

Feb 03, 2010
csmochilera in Pacific Northwest

Vancouver towards Whitehorse in may.. food and other recommendations?

Hello! Me and my boyfriend are driving from Colorado to Alaska starting in April so I'm trying to get good ideas of things and places not to miss. Will probably drive the route through Vancouver, Whistler, Prince George, Smithers, Stewart, Dease Lake...

I'm from Ohio and I like fresh and homemade foods, desserts, and I love Thai and Indian. I don't eat much meat and shun anything not home-made. He's from Hawaii and loves good Japanese, diners, hot dogs, french dip, seafood, Mexican, etc. Any ideas of farmer's markets, homemade diners, international flavors, delicious desserts, and anything we can buy and keep with us?? Also, if anyone has any ideas of specific places that we should explore or things we should do in specific cities, that'd be helpful as well. Thanks!!

Feb 03, 2010
csmochilera in B.C. (inc. Vancouver)