Stories tagged: 
Dinner
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Fluid State Beer Garden

"A great new spot with an incredible beer list."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ventura, California
 guide.

Jack Dyer, Co-Owner of Topa Topa Brewing, recommends visiting Fluid State Beer Garden for beers and pizza as his 'Ventura Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ventura.

Salare Restaurant

"A homestyle take on high scale Italian."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Edouardo Jordan shares the story of launching his restaurants Salare and what he loves most about Seattle, WA and where to eat and drink in town as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

BASTA

"BASTA is a battle cry to myself, reminding me to always dig in, root myself and to really do something."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's chefs recommend BASTA for Dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the unique pizza, cleverly mixed drinks, and personal ambiance at 3601 Arapahoe Avenue in East Boulder.

Blackbelly

"It's about knowing your source, using the best possible ingredients, supporting the local economy, and supporting small farmers.”

Local Must
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's chefs recommend Blackbelly for breakfast as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the in-house butcher, breakfast burritos, and hot sauce at 1606 Conestoga Street in East Boulder.

OAK at Fourteenth

"Dinner has got to be at Oak at Fourteenth."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's chefs recommend OAK at Fourteenth for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the new American cuisine and friendly staff on the Pearl Street Mall.

Eva

"Eva is an OG. They've been in Salt Lake for a while, and it's good food made by good people."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Salt Lake City, Utah
 guide.

Lindsey and Jainee from WYLDER Goods recommend having dinner at Eva in Salt Lake, Utah. It's part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Salt Lake.

Santo

"I'd always wanted to do a traditional, meets modern, meets farm-to-table New Mexican restaurant, and now was the time."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's chefs recommend Hosea Rosenberg's Santo for breakfast and dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the New Mexcian eats and breakfast burrito program at 1265 Alpine Ave.

Gracias Madre

"Incredible vegan Mexican food."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Gracias Madre for lunch as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the vegan Mexican Food and sustainable practices at 2211 Mission St in The Mission District.

Namu Stonepot

"It's really special to know they're doing it on their own from start to finish."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Namu Stonepot for lunch as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the farm to table restaurant, stone pot rice meals, and modern interior at 553 Divisadero St in the Mission.

Flour + Water

"You have to order at least three pasta dishes because one is gonna be good, one is gonna be great and one is gonna blow you away."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Flour + Water for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the authentic hanmade Italian cuisine, pasta, pizza, and casual, rustic vibes at 2401 Harrison St in the Mission District.

Original Joe's

"A very cool place that picked up right where they left off."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Original Joes for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the Italian and American classics at this historical spot at 601 Union St in North Beach.

Marnee Thai

"Thai food that is so, so good."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Marnee Thai for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the classic Thai food, spicy "angel wings", and award winning Thai chef at 1243 9th Ave in the Inner Sunset.

Club Waziema

"An Ethiopian place with a sick ass bar."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Club Waziema for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the Ethiopian food, cocktails, and laid back bar scene at 543 Divisadero St near Haight-Ashbury.

Caffè Macaroni

"A small Italian place with crazy good gnocchi in cream sauce."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Caffe Macaroni for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the gnocchi, traditional Neapolitan cuisine, and old school booths at 59 Columbus Ave in North Beach.

Chez Maman

"They have this amazing mussel dish with cream and bacon."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Chez Maman for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the casual bistro setting and authentic French cuisine at 1401 18th St in Potrero Hill.

L’Abattoir

"You're missing out if you pass on visiting this gem."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend L'Abattoir for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the French cuisine and the craft cocktails at 217 Carrall St in Gastown.

Work & Class

A square meal and a stiff drink at a fair price.

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's chefs recommend Work & Class for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the cozy restaurant and Southern and Latin American cuisine at 2500 Larimer Street in RiNo.

El Taco De Mexico

"Just about the most consistenly recommended spot in Denver."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's chefs recommend El Taco de Mexico for lunch as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the authentic mexican food, patio, and Smothered Chile Relleno Burritos at 714 Santa Fe Drive in Lincoln Park.

Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club

A place for cocktails, food and music.

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's musicians recommend Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club for dinner and live music as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the Jazz music, cocktails, and meals at 1330 27th Street in RiNo.

Old Major

"Meat. It's what's for dinner!"

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's chefs recommend Old Major for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the in-house butcher, top shelf drinks, and rustic chic vibe at 3316 Tejon St in Highlands.

Wynkoop Brewing Company

"Colorado's first brewpub, founded by a geologist named John Hickenlooper."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's brewers recommend Wynkoop Brewing Company for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the unexpected beer styles, billiards, and burgers at 1634 18th Street in LoDo.

Cart-Driver

"They've got Prosecco on tap, which is amazing."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's chefs recommend Cart-Driver for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the wood-fired pizzas, prosecco on tap, and oysters at 2500 Larimer St in Five Points.

Uncle Ramen

"It's a dope spot."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's chefs recommend Uncle Ramen for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the ramen, porkbelly, and cocktails at 2215 W 32nd Ave in The Highlands

Arcana

"Eat here, without a doubt."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's chefs recommend Arcana for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the stylish interior, sophisticated cocktails, and seasonal menu at 909 Walnut Street.

River and Woods

"A community restaurant at the base of Pearl Street."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's chefs recommend River and Woods for brunch as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the homey American food, crowd sourced menus, and backyard at 2328 Pearl Street.

Jamestown Mercantile

"The home of the somewhat feral."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's musicians recommend Jamestown Mercantile for a concert as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the intimate atmosphere, delicious array of meals, and live music at 108 Main Street in Jamestown.

Linger

An old mortuary turned restaurant and rooftop lounge.

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's chefs recommend Linger for dinner and drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the lively restaurant, rooftop lounge, and cocktails at 2030 W 30th Ave in the Highlands.

Mateo Restaurant

"A hidden-gem, hiding in plain sight."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's chefs recommend Mateo Restaurant for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the burgers, mussels, and outdoor patio on the Pearl Street Mall.

Il Pastaio

"Delicious Italian by way of Miami and Costa Rica."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's chefs recommend Il Pastaio for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the handmade pasta, tasty sauces, and intimate atmosphere at 3075 Arapahoe Ave in East Boulder.

Kin Kao

"Their manager is such a good host."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Kin Kao Thai Kitchen for lunch or dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the modern thai dishes, local craft beer, and authenticity at 903 Commercial Dr in East Vancouver.

Chickpea

"Spread love it's the Chickpea way."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Chickpea Israeli Restaurant and Food Truck for lunch or dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the falafel, hummus, and vegan options at 4298 Main St in Riley Park.

The Fish Counter

"He says he's the best seafood in town."

Bonus Spot
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend The Fish Counter for lunch or dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the chowder and fresh locally caught fish at 3825 Main St in Shumway.

33 Acres Brewing Company

"A brewery that's a part of the community."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's brewers recommend 33 Acres Brewing Co for brunch, dinner, or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the pizza, food trucks, and craft beer at 15 W 8th Ave in Mt. Pleasant.

Bao Bei

"It’s a super fun room that’s beautifully designed, and it's got amazing food and is a mix of the new and the old styles."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Bao Bei Chinese Brasserie for dinner, drinks, or dessert as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the family-style petit plats chinois, the tasting menu and the cocktails at 163 Keefer Street in in the Chinatown-Strathcona neighbourhood.

Burdock & Co

"It's really good locally-sourced and foraged foods."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Burdock & Co for brunch, dinner or dessert as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the atmosphere, variety of entrées, and vegan options at 2702 Main Street in Mt. Pleasant.

Bauhaus Restaurant

"They do contemporary fusions, which really goes back to how inclusive Vancouver and Canada are."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend The Bauhaus Restaurant for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the modern take on German cuisine, the seasonal menu, and vibrant decor at 1 W Cordova St in Gastown.

The Black Lodge

"The restaurant is super approachble, they're not like people sitting on an ivory tower."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend The Black Lodge for dinner or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the vegetarian comfort food, cozy atmosphere, and local beers served at 630 Kingsway in Mt Pleasant.

La Mezcaleria

"A restaurant that's focused on Mexican flavors, mezcal and tasty tacos."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend La Mezcaleria Mexican Restaurant for lunch, dinner, or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the shared plates, Mezcal flights, and tacos at 1622 Commercial Drive in or 68 E Cordova St in Gastown.

The Arbor

"When we try to escape the restaurant world, we go to The Arbor."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend The Arbor Restaurant for lunch, dinner, or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love their affordable comfort food, atmosphere, and late night menu at 3941 Main St in Riley Park.

Ask for Luigi

"If you're driven by love and authenticity, you can create a masterpiece."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Ask for Luigi Italian Restaurant for lunch or dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the family-style antipasto salads, the handmade noodles and the desserts at 305 Alexander St in Railtown.

Le Pigeon

"That guy was no nonsense, and that kitchen was cranking. I left exhausted just from watching them!"

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Tyler Malek from Salt & Straw recommends eating dinner at Le Pigeon in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide to Portland.

Pizzetta 211

"It's super intimate. There's no such thing as a table for 4."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Lauren Crabbe, Co-Founder of Andytown Coffee Roasters, recommends eating a pizza dinner at Pizetta 211 as her 'San Francisco Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

The Walrus and The Carpenter

"A line out the door before open at 4 on a Wednesday."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Sammie from The Fat Hen recommends eating dinner at Walrus & The Carpenter as her 'Seattle Must,' as part of the Dirt Road Travels digital city guide for Seattle.

Grapes & Soda

"A hole in the wall little bar with a great wine program."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Grapes & Soda Restaurant for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the appetizers, seasonal dishes, and cocktails at 1541 West 6th Ave.

Alibi Room

"If you're a beer lover, there's nothing better in the city."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Alibi Room for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love this modern tavern for their locally sourced food and 50 taps of craft beer at 157 Alexander Street on the edge of Gastown.

Harvest Community Foods

"Andrea sources the best ingredients, her broth is made with care, the noodles are perfectly cooked and the greens are from local farms."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Harvest Community Foods for lunch or dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the ramen and noodle soups at 243 Union St in the Chinatown-Strathcona neighbourhood.

Bows X Arrows

"It's in an off-the-beaten-path neighborhood of Vancouver."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's baristas and brewers recommend Bows X Arrows for brunch, beer, or dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the coffee, cocktails, and desserts at 4194 Fraser St @ 26th in Kensington–Cedar Cottage.

Savio Volpe

"It’s very family-focused and it’s just really good, honest food."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Savio Volpe Italian Restaurant for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the pasta fresca, shared plates, and wine at 615 Kingsway in Mt. Pleasant.

Wild Rose

“A personalized culinary tour of Northern Thailand.”

Local Must
: Part of the 
Bend, Oregon
 guide.

Bend's chefs recommend Wild Rose Northern Thai Cuisine for lunch or dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Bend, Oregon city guide. They love the sticky Jasmine rice, family recipes and shared plates at 150 NW Oregon Avenue.

Essex

"The little brother that could."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Chelsey Walker-Watson from Slate Coffee Roasters recommends grabbing a cocktail, beer or dinner at Essex in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Delancey

"The pizza's delicious."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Delancey for thin-crust pizza and salads is about as good as it gets in Seattle, Washington according to Chelsey Walker-Watson from Slate Coffee Roasters. She recommends going there as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle, WA.

45th Stop N Shop & Poke Bar

"So good we started apartment hunting for a place nearby."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

John Chung, Founder of 45th Stop N Shop & Poke Bar, shares his story of geting the restaurant off the ground, and where he loves to eat, drink and eat in Seattle, Washington as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Westward

"Every bite was better than the last. Truly."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Westward in Seattle is an incredible dinner spot for oysters, fish and other delicousness. Bryan Pape, MiiR's Founder, thinks to too, which is why he recommends it as his 'Seattle Must' in the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Cha-Ya

"Vegan Japanese food that will make you cry."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Jasper Wilde from Ritual Coffee Roasters recommends eating Japanese food at Cha-Ya as her 'San Francisco Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

Taqueria El Metate

"Really good Mexican food that's very authentic."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Rodrigo Garcia from Gracias Madre recommends eating Mexican food at El Metate in San Francisco as his 'San Francisco Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

Pad Thai Restaurant

"I really like Pad Thai."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Rodrigo Garcia from Gracias Madre recommends eating Thai food at Pad Thai Restaurant as his 'San Francisco Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city guide for San Francisco.

Tadich Grill

"Quintessential San Francisco."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Kevin Sancimino, Co-Owner of Swan Oyster Depot, recommends eating a seafood dinner at Tadich Grill as his 'San Francisco Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

Tony's Pizza Napoletana

"It's notorious because it's excellent."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Kevin Sancimino, co-owner of Swan Oyster Depot, recommends eating pizza at Tony's Pizza Napoletana as his 'San Francisco Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

Sotto Mare

"The best cioppino in the world."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Alyssa Ravasio, founder and CEO of Hipcamp, recommends eating a seafood dinner of cioppino at Sotto Mare as her 'San Francisco Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

Tommy's Joynt

"I can go there and get a pastrami sandwich and a Jack & Coke for like $4."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

Chef Evan Allumbaugh of Flour + Water recommends eating a pastrami sandwich at Tommy's Joint in San Francisco as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

Carnitas Snack Shack

"Delicious, with high-level execution."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Alex Tweet, owner and head brewer at Fieldwork Beer Co in Berkeley, California recommends eating at Carnitas Snack Shack as his 'San Diego Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Nocciola

"One of the most beautiful little dining places."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ojai, California
 guide.

Kelly Briglio, Chef & Owner at Paradise Pantry in Ventura, California, recommends eating dinner at Nocciola as her 'Ojai Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ojai.

Big Sky Cafe

"A killer restaurant downtown."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Luis Obispo, California
 guide.

Chris Burkard recommends eating lunch or dinner at Big Sky Cafe in San Luis Obispo as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide to San Luis Obispo.

Ember

"They're just great and they really kind of brought something new and fresh to the coast."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Luis Obispo, California
 guide.

Sara Peterson, co-owner of Scout Coffee, recommends eating dinner at Ember in San Luis Obispo as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide to San Luis Obispo.

Grand Ole BBQ y Asado

"My dad's from Texas and my mom's from Argentina, so I'm kinda givin' props to both."

Local Must
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Eat barbecue at Grand Ole BBQ y Asado in San Diego for some of the best smoked ribs, tri-tip, sandwiches and meats you've ever had as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Fathom Bistro Bait & Tackle

"When I stumbled upon this location, it was fate, like the gods were shining upon me."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Alex Tweet, owner and brewer at Fieldwork Brewing in Berkeley, California recommends fishing, drinking and eating a hot dog at Fath Bistro in San Diego as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Taqueria Tepatitlan

"An amazing family owned spot with monster portions on the Avenue."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ventura, California
 guide.

Gotetsu's owner Yakari recommends eating lunch at Taqueria Tepatitlan for the best Mexican food in Ventura as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ventura.

Gotetsu

"Delicious Japanese tapas in a simple, authentic setting."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ventura, California
 guide.

Jack from Topa Topa Brewing recommends eating Japanese at Gotetsu for lunch as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ventura.

Paradise Pantry

"It's really, really, really good."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ventura, California
 guide.

Eat an Italian dinner of fresh, farm to table goodness at Paradise Pantry in Ventura, California as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ventura, California.

Mony's Tacos

"A nice gem in town that's simple, fresh and family run."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

Matias at Buena Onda recommends eating Mexican at Mony's Tacos as his 'Santa Barbara Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

Sama Sama

"The locals call them crack wings."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

The team at Breakfast Culture Club in Santa Barbara recommends eating dinner at Sama Sama in Santa Barbara, California as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

Deer Lodge

"It's got a lot of time under its belt."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ojai, California
 guide.

Sophia Miles, Co-Owner of the Deer Lodge in Ojai, California, shares her story of owning the bar and her recommendations for where to eat and drink in Ojai as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ojai.

pFriem Family Brewers

"They do an amazing job on all fronts - food, beverage, service."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Hood River, Oregon
 guide.

Jason from Solera Brewing recommends grabbing a beer at pFriem Family Brewers, and Michelle from pFriem Family Brewers shares her recommendations for where to eat and drink in Hood River, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Hood River.

Solstice

"Great wood fire pizzas by the river."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Hood River, Oregon
 guide.

Michelle Humphre from pFriem Family Brewers recommends grabbing a beer and pizza at Solstice in Hood River, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels digital city guide for Hood River.

Red Pepper Restaurant

"It's a total hole in the wall, below an apartment complex."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

Cindy Black at The Blue Owl recommends eating at Red Pepper Restaurant as her 'Santa Barbara Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

The Blue Owl

"A special Santa Barbara secret."

Local Must
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

Santa Barbara's best lunch spot is The Blue Owl for banh mi and salads. It was recommended by the teams at Warbler Records, Make Smith Leather, Breakfast Culture Club and tons of other local gems as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

Taylor Railworks

"Dinner's gotta be at Taylor Railworks."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Le Pigeon's Executive Chef Gabriel Rucker recommends eating dinner at Taylor Railworks in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Portland.

Deadshot (On Mondays)

"If it's Monday, get to Deadshot."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Gabriel at Le Pigeon recommends heading to Holdfast Dining on Mondays for Deadshot to drink a craft cocktail in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Portland.

Ava Gene's

"An Executive Chef DRT (and James Beard) trusts recommended this spot, so we'll go with it."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Le Pigeon's Gabriel Rucker recommends grabbing dinner at Ava Gene's in Portland as his 'Local Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Portland.

Park Kitchen

"Innovative cuisine out of the Pacific Northwest."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Emily Powell from Powell's Books recommends eating dinner at Park Kitch in Portland as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Portland."

Ocean City Restaurant

"They have a crispy garlic chicken that's really delicious."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Jenn Louis from Ray recommends eating dim sum or dinner at Ocean City Restaurant in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Portland.

Lovely’s Fifty-Fifty

"Our favorite among all others."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Chris and Celeste at Extracto Coffee recommend visiting Lovely's Fifty-Fifty as their 'Portland Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Portland.

Renata

"They're revolutionizing basic food types.”

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Tyler from Salt & Straw recommends eating pizza, cheese and ravioli for dinner at Renata in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide to Portland.

Ox

“I might move to Portland just so I can take a first date here.”

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Tyler from Salt & Straw recommends eating dinner at Ox in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide to Portland.

Tusk

“Totally clean, chic and kind.”

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Tyler Malek from Salt & Straw recommends eating dinner at Tusk PDX in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Portland.

Ray

“That place is cool and Jenn Louis is awesome.”

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Emily Powell from Powell's Books recommends eating Mediterranean for dinner at Ray in Portland, Oregon as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Portland.

The Masonry

"Killer pizza with awesome meatballs."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Mike from Holy Mountain recommends eating pizza, meatballs and drinking beer at The Masonry in Seattle, Washington as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Kedai Makan

"The best fried chicken I've ever sunk my teeth into."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

The Fat Hen's Sammie recommends eating at Kedai Makan in Seattle, Washington as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Washington.

Wataru

"It's some of the best sushi in town."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Salare's Edouardo Jordan recommends eating sushi at Wataru in Seattle as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Toronado

"It's got one of my favorite burgers in all of Seattle."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Salare's Edouardo Jordan recommends grabbing a beer and a burger at Toronado in Seattle, Washington as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Single Shot

"A real quaint and simple bar with good food."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Edourado Jordan from Salare recommends grabbing a cocktail at Single Shot as part of the Dirt Road Travels digital city guide for Seattle.

Dick's Drive-In

"It's cheap, fast and good."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Pete from Ivan & Alyosha recommends eating a cheeseburger, some friends and a chocolate shake at Dick's as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Buena Onda Empanadas

"It's a special treat to get to share my roots and culture with the city."

Bonus Spot
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

Eat an empanada with chimichurri at Buena Onda in Santa Barbara as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

Takashi

"Some of the best sushi I've ever had."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Salt Lake City, Utah
 guide.

Davis Smith, Co-Founder and CEO of Cotopaxi, recommends eating a sushi dinner at Takashi in Salt Lake City. It's all part of the Dirt Road Travels Salt Lake City, Utah city travel guide.

Ippuku

"Forget what you think about raw chicken...Ippuku will make you crave it."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Oakland, California
 guide.

Alex Wallash, co-founder of The Rare Barrel in Berkeley, California says one of the best dinners in Berkeley is at Ippuku as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Oakland.

Spencer Makenzie's

"A great spot for a taco after a surf session at C Street."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ventura, California
 guide.

Aubrey Rasmussen from Stoked Coffe Co in Ventura, California says the best lunch and dinner in Ventura is at Spencer Makenzie's as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ventura.

Izakaya Masa

"A ramen spot in Mission Hills that's just really good and authentic."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Nancy from Modern Times Beer recommends eating a Japanese ramen dinner at Izakaya Masa as her 'Sant Diego Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Francisco.

Beerfish

"It's as delicious as it sounds."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Megan at Fall Brewing recommends grabbing a drink at Beerfish as her 'San Diego Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

Firestone Grill

"If you really want the San Luis Obispo tried and true trusted meal, go to Firestone Grill and get yourself a tri-tip sandwich."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Luis Obispo, California
 guide.

Chris Burkard recommends eating a Santa Maria style tri trip sandwich at Firestone Grill as his 'San Luis Obispo Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide to San Luis Obispo.

Seven Bar and Kitchen

"It's a super funky place based on the seven deadly sins."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Santa Barbara, California
 guide.

Leeandra from Shaloob's Meat Market recommends eating lunch or dinner at Seven Bar and Kitchen in the Funk Zone of Santa Barbara as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Santa Barbara.

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