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Eat in a Wine Barrel in Chiusa, South Tyrol

Via Tinne 7, Chiusa

Chiusa is an alpine village with pastel-coloured houses and birrerie. It has a special eatery with typical hearty fare of the Sud Tirol region where, if you’re lucky enough, you can eat in a booth... Read more

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New! Amsterdam Food & Travel Guide Now on Kindle

Laura Siciliano-Rosen April 2, 2013

Amsterdam food and travel guide on Kindle, by Eat Your World

We’re happy to announce we’ve just released our second destination guide on Kindle! The Amsterdam Food & Travel Guide includes all 24 of the local foods and drinks we scouted out in the Dutch capital, plus a bonus five-day EYW itinerary and restaurant guide. Like our existing London guide, it’s conveniently downloadable to your Kindle, smartphone, or tablet for just $3.99.

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About the Amsterdam Food & Travel Guide: “Dutch food hasn’t exactly inspired the poetic waxings of many—and in well-touristed Amsterdam, it’s especially easy to wander into the wrong place and miss out on the city’s unique culinary offerings. For this guide, Eat Your World identifies and contextualizes Amsterdam’s most quintessential dishes and drinks and tells readers exactly where to find them. Because while any gastronomic exploration there must include the historic meat-and-potato stamppots, sweet stroopwafel, and streetside herring, it also isn’t complete without the city’s spicy ethnic mashups from Indonesia and Suriname, its unique jenever-distilling tradition and incredible local craft beer, and its ever-growing crop of season-driven locavore-centric restaurants working to reinvent modern Dutch cuisine. Nor can it fail to consider Amsterdam’s inspiring market sensibility, which plays out in both big street affairs and small neighborhood corner shops, where residents crowd on weekends to get the freshest local sausages and cheese. Eat Your World’s guide covers all of this and much more, guaranteeing that, while Amsterdam may lack the culinary pizzazz of some of its European brethren, you will eat well there.”

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