Eat Your Way Across the U. S. A.

Eat Your Way Across the U. S. A.

by Jane Stern, Michael Stern


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Eat Your Way Across the U. S. A. by Jane Stern, Michael Stern

Serving up our nation's best urban restaurants, small-town cafes, chili parlors, doughnut shops, and all-you-can-eat buffets, Eat Your Way Across the U.S.A. takes the guesswork out of what and where to eat on road trips. Now in an entirely updated, revised edition, this thorough guide provides the latest details on where to find the most succulent Maine lobster rolls, Tennessee pulled pork, Louisiana gumbo, and other regional favorites, along with handy recommendations for finding the ultimate piles-of-pancakes breakfast or all.American steak dinner in every corner of the country. With no-nonsense ratings, snappy descriptions, and helpful maps, this is the one book no traveler should be without.

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ISBN-13: 9780767900935
Publisher: Broadway Books
Publication date: 05/18/1999
Edition description: REVISED
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 5.05(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.09(d)

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Eat Your Way Across the U. S. A. 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This guide would be great if I thought to bring it along on roadtrips. Maybe I should make more of an effort, especially since I just read 'Fast Food Nation' and now have to avoid fast food. (not that I have ever indulged much anyway.) I love hearing Jane and Micheal Stern every Sunday on the MPR show, 'The Splendid Table'. You can hear the voices of the authors in their descriptions if you're lucky enough to have heard them before you read this little guide. The best thing about this book is gaining inspiration for travelling to smaller, remote out of the way places, based 'merely' on an All-American restaurant review- but you know, some of my most memorable meals have been in places like the ones Jane and Micheal suggest. Too bad I can't remember any names to see if they have discovered them too. :-)