Roadfood, 10th Edition
An Eater’s Guide to More Than 1,000 of the Best Local Hot Spots and Hidden Gems Across America
When it comes to glove-compartment essentials, there’s no greater must-have than Jane and Michael Stern’s Roadfood, 10th Edition: An Eater’s Guide to More Than 1,000 of the Best Local Hot Spots and Hidden Gems Across America (Clarkson Potter, $22.99, on sale March 7, 2017). This indispensable guide to 1,000 of America’s best local eateries along highways and back roads features nearly 200 new listings as well as a brand-new design.
Roadfood, once heralded “a bible for motorists seeking mouthwatering barbecue or homemade pie” by USA Today, offers an extended tour of America’s national cuisine with a completely new look and feel to appeal to travelers young and old. The latest edition features completely up-to-date information on restaurants’ hours of operation, phone numbers, and websites, as well as info bursts that highlight different restaurant features, such as outdoor dining, 24/7 hours, and scenic views.
Filled with enticing alternatives for chain-weary travelers, Roadfood provides vivid descriptions and regional maps that direct readers to the best local eats wherever they may be traveling.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Since coining the term “roadfood” and pointing the way to America’s best eats, JANE STERN and MICHAEL STERN have written more than forty books and have won three James Beard Awards for their restaurant reviews. Their website, Roadfood.com, originated Internet food reporting and photography and has inspired countless other media to follow its path to the nation’s edible treasures. Since 2005, they have hosted gastronomic tours of Chicago, Austin, New England, New York, and New Mexico, and annually sponsor the FoodFest in New Orleans.