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Austin, Dallas and Houston all make it into this list of best cities for foodies

My two cities. Austin AND Albuquerque both made the list! America’s Best Cities for Food Snobs

Cities that make T+L readers' mouths water, be it French fusion, peanut-butter-and-kimchi sandwiches or the perfect piece of fried chicken. | via Travel + Leisure

America’s Best Cities for Foodies 2015

America’s Best Cities for Foodies.  'Travel and Leisure' readers ranked the 10 most crave-worthy features of a city, from the relatively low-cost indulgences of street food, coffee and bakeries to specialty gourmet markets, wine bars and high-end, chef-driven restaurants.   http://www.travelandleisure.com/slideshows/americas-best-cities-for-foodies/15  #RioGrandeInn #Albuquerque #bestfood

America’s Best Cities for Foodies 2015

Places to Eat in Toronto!

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Chef Nicholas Yanes has crafted a menu for brunch at Juniper Austin with items ranging from the classic cinnamon roll to a creative oxtail lasagna

Up Your Brunch Game at These Austin Hotspots

These six Austin restaurants go above and beyond the usual brunch experience of digging into a veggie omelet or eggs Benedict.

Austin's Best Spots for Saturday Brunch - Zagat

Austin's Best Spots for Saturday Brunch - Zagat

The 8 best brunch spots on South Congress Avenue

A leisurely brunch is the ideal way to kick off an afternoon of shopping, chilling, and people watching along South Congress Avenue.

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Best Bacon Burgers In The U.S. (PHOTOS)

Chefs across the country are upgrading their amazing burgers with the ultimate finishing touch: incredible bacon. Here, the Best Bacon Burgers in the

America’s Best Cities for Foodies

America’s Best Cities for Foodies 2015

Chef Tim Love watching over the line on opening night.

Chef Tim Love watching over the line on opening night.

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