Maggie Gorman

Maggie Gorman has been writing about food at the intersection of travel and culture since her days at Northwestern University, where she graduated with a B.A. in English in 2014. In addition to Fodors.com, she has also written extensively for Spoon, The Daily Meal, and Mouth.com; followed by editorial stints at The Brooklyn Rail and in the book publishing industry. Currently seeking freelance work, she can be reached by email for any inquiries.

Most Recent Articles

25 Stunning National Park Vistas

From scorched badlands where rocks jut like fingers to the sky, to sapphire lakes in ancient craters, America’s National Parks are home to some otherworldly and awesome vistas.

World’s 15 Best Cities for Shopping

There are many sartorial pleasures to be found in cities big and small across the globe. From Los Angeles to Melbourne and New York City to Dubai, these are the best cities for shopping, offering prime designer duds and unique local wares.

15 Craziest Hotels Around the World

From a hamster cage hotel suite to a hotel designed to look like human intestines, there are some seriously crazy hotels out there. Let’s look at the 15 wildest lodgings, shall we?

10 Ultra-Luxe European Villa Rentals

Why settle for a hotel when you can book an entire ski chalet, Tuscan compound, or modern-day castle for your next holiday? Warning: these mega-glam rentals might inspire major vacation envy.