America's Greatest Food Cities Follow along on these tasting tours of the nation's top five food cities. Budget Travel Tuesday, May 18, 2010, 12:00 AM New York City: David Chang on Doyers Street in Chinatown. (Michael Mohr) Budget Travel LLC, 2016


America's Greatest Food Cities

New York City: David Chang on Doyers Street in Chinatown. (Michael Mohr)
New York City: Great N.Y. Noodletown. (Michael Mohr)
New York City: PDT, a great after-hours hangout. (Michael Mohr)
New York City: The Union Square Greenmarket. (Michael Mohr)
Boston: Barbara Lynch in Boston's South End. (Michael Piazza)
Boston: Cassoulet at Boston's Pigalle. (Michael Piazza)
Boston: Formaggio Kitchen. (Michael Piazza)
Los Angeles: Suzanne Goin receiving a delivery from Schaner Farms at her restaurant Tavern. (Eden Batki)
Los Angeles: Brunch at Canelé. (Eden Batki)
Los Angeles: Canelé. (Eden Batki)
Los Angeles: Palisades Park, Santa Monica. (Eden Batki)
Los Angeles: Apple Pan, an old-school diner. (Eden Batki)
San Francisco: Thad Vogler at the late-night standard Beretta. (Emily Nathan)
San Francisco: Pyung Chang Tofu House in nearby Oakland offers a taste of Korea. (Emily Nathan)
San Francisco: Cocktails at Beretta. (Emily Nathan)
San Francisco: San Francisco's Bay Bridge, seen from Red's Java House. (Emily Nathan)
Chicago: Grant Achatz at local butcher Gepperth's Meat Market. (Nathan Kirkman)
Chicago: Freshly baked pizzas at Great Lake. (Nathan Kirkman)
Chicago: A Chicago-style dog at Hot Doug's. (Nathan Kirkman)
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