Fodor’s Week in Travel: Unexpected Foodie Destinations

Everyone can agree that Tokyo's sashimi offerings are legendary and you can find astounding pizza in Naples, but sometimes when you travel, you discover the restaurants and dishes that fewer people know about—and that's what makes it so exciting. Get off the beaten path to sample Asian cuisine in Vancouver, discover fresh culinary talent in Washington, D.C., and sip award-winning wines in Austria. Our weekly roundup is here to guide you on your way to your next unforgettable meal.

Where to Find Amazing Asian Food in British Columbia

From dim sum to dumplings, Sichuanese to sushi, the Metro Vancouver area has some of the best authentic Asian cuisine in North America. Discover some outstanding restaurants in our guide on where to find amazing Asian food in British Columbia.

Fodor's Travel Tastemaker: Chef and Cookbook Author George Mendes

George Mendes, of New York City's Michelin-starred Aldea fame, is releasing a book of home cooking and tales highlighting Portugal's gastronomic wonders called My Portugal: Recipes and Stories. Find his restaurant recommendations and more in our interview with Mendes.

Wine Lover's Guide to Austria

Prestigious wine awards and historic vineyards amid storybook-perfect scenery make Austria a prime travel destination for any oenophile. We've put together a wine lover's guide to Austria to help you PLAN YOUR TRIP.

Fall 2014 Guide to Washington, D.C.

We already know about some of the fantastic new dining options in America's capital, but also discover the city's favorite culinary start-ups and pop-up restaurants at EatsPlace, a food and restaurant incubator opening later this month. Find out more in our fall 2014 guide to Washington, D.C.

14 Hip Hotels Around the World

The world's trendiest hotels happen to have some incredible in-house restaurants—some traditional and some quirky, but all very memorable. Book a room and a table at any of our top 14 hip hotels to satisfy your craving for cool.