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Topa Topa Brewing Company

"Topa Topa is amazing."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ventura, California
 guide.

Rose Marcario recommends drinking a beer at Topa Topa Brewing as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Ventura, California.

Stoked Coffee Co.

"We started putting pen to paper and slowly our dreams became a reality."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Ventura, California
 guide.

The team at Four Barrel in San Francisco recommends grabbing a coffee at Stoked Coffee in Ventura, California 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.

Monkless Belgian Ales

"Belgian Strong Ales brewed by a Ph.D. Organic Chemist."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Bend, Oregon
 guide.

Bend's brewers recommend Monkless Belgian Ales for beers as part of Dirt Road Travels' Bend, Oregon city guide. They love the belgian-style ales and devotion to sustainability at 20750 High Desert Ln.

North Park Beer Co.

"Kelsey's the nicest fucking guy in this business, and that dude can crush every style."

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

Alex Tweet, lead brewer and owner at Fieldwork Brewing in Berkeley, California, recommends drinking beers at North Park Beer Company in San Diego as his 'San Diego Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

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.

Boxcar Coffee Roasters

"Coffee so well crafted it borders on absurd."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's baristas recommend Boxcar Coffee Roasters for coffee as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the atmosphere and freshly roasted coffee on the Pearl Street Mall.

Fall Brewing Company

"The whole brewery's ambiance is based on the punk rock scene. It's just such a unique place."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Diego, California
 guide.

Alex Tweet, owner and brewer at Fieldwork Brewing Co in Berkeley, California recommends drinking a beer at Fall Brewing Company in San Diego as his 'San Diego Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for San Diego.

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.

The Red Fox

"No way! You're featuring The Red Fox? That dive bar is one of my favorites."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Portland, Oregon
 guide.

Ben from Ezra Bell recommends grabbing food and beers at The Red Fox, a local's dive bar in Portland, Oregon, as part of the Dirt Road Travels digital city travel guide for Portland.

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.

Mollusk Surf Shop

"A very crafty, artsy take on surfing culture."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's entrepreneurs recommend Mollusk Surf Shop for shopping as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love thie unique artsy approach to the surf culture at 4500 Irving St in the Outer Sunset.

Hook Fish Co

"All sustainably sourced, rod and reel caught fish that's really tasty."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Hook Fish Co for lunch as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the rod and reel caught fish and counter food at 4542 Irving St in the Outer Sunset.

La Taqueria

"A legend that locals don't talk about because we don't want them blowing up."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend La Taqueria for lunch as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the tacos and traditional rice free burritos at 2889 Mission St in the Mission.

Four Barrel Coffee

"Ground zero for third wave coffee."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's entrepreneurs recommend Four Barrel Coffee for coffee as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the freshly roasted drip coffee at 375 Valencia 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.

Mount Tamalpais State Park

"A peak in Marin County."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's entrepreneurs recommend exploring Mount Tamalpais State Park as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the beautiful views, chances to see dolphins and hawks, and proximity to the Golden Gate Bridge of this amazing park.

Golden Gate Bridge

"A bridge in the mouth of the bay."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's entrepreneurs recommend exploring the Golden Gate Bridge as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the beautiful scenery, nearby parks, and vistas of the city at the Golden Gate Bridge.

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.

Hike Lands End

"A rocky coastline with views out to the Golden Gate Bridge."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's entrepreneurs recommend hiking Lands End as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the Sutro Baths and proximity to San Francisco along the coastline just past Ocean Beach.

Hike the Greenwich and Filbert Steps

"It's like a microclimate, temperate rainforest within San Francisco."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's entrepreneurs recommend hiking the Greenwich and Filbert Steps as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the forests, community gardens and winding staircases in the middle of the city.

Alite Designs

"For anyone who loves the outdoors and lives in San Francisco, it's like a non-optional stop."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's entrepreneurs recommend Alite Designs for shopping as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the back-to-the-basics outdoors shop at 3376 18th St in the Mission.

Li-Po Cocktail Lounge

"A little gem pumping out Mai Tais, nestled in between Chinese Bazaars."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Li-Po Cocktail Lounge for a drink as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love this tiny authentic spot with signature Chinese mai tais at 916 Grant Ave in Chinatown.

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.

City Lights Bookstore

"Where the Beat poets like Kerouac and Kietz hung out, did a lot of venting and wrote a lot of things."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's entrepreneurs recommend exploring City Lights Bookstore as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the history of the store, book selection, and intelligent people who work at 261 Columbus Ave in North Beach.

Ferment. Drink. Repeat.

"A nanobrewery that's still family oriented, in a very gritty, working class part of town."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's brewers recommend Ferment. Drink. Repeat. FDR Brewery for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the small batch brews, homebrew supplies, and live music at 2636 San Bruno Ave in Portolla.

Conservatory of Flowers

"An incredible greenhouse filled with beautiful flowers."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's entrepreneurs recommend exploring the Conservatory of Flowers as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the botanical gardens and greenhouses at 100 John F Kennedy Dr in Golden Gate Park.

Boba Guys

"They're merging American and Taiwanese cultures, so that it makes Boba tea a lot more approachable."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's entrepreneurs recommend Boba Guys for tea as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the boba tea and merging of cultures at 429 Stockton St near the Financial District.

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.

Balboa Cafe

"It's got one of the best hamburgers in San Francisco."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Balboa Cafe for lunch as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the hamburgers, people watching, and cocktails at 3199 Fillmore St in Cow Hollow.

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.

Cento Coffee

"A big inspiration."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's entrepreneurs recommend Cento Coffee for a coffee as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the hand crafted espresso drinks at 372 Ritch St South of Market.

Cellarmaker Brewing

"Cellarmaker is making some of the best beer in the region today."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's brewers recommend Cellarmaker Brewing for beers as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the small batch brews and contemporary interior at 1150 Howard St South of Market.

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.

Caffe Trieste

"The best espresso vibes in the city, for sure."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
San Francisco, California
 guide.

San Francisco's chefs recommend Caffe Trieste for breakfast and coffee as part of Dirt Road Travels' San Francisco, California city guide. They love the espressos and pastries at 601 Vallejo St in North Beach.

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.

Denver Biscuit Company

"Where drinking Old Fashions at 9 AM is just the right thing to do."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's chefs recommend Denver Biscuit Company for breakfast as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the gourmet biscuit sandwiches, fresh-baked buttermilk biscuits, and house-made fixin's at 141 S Broadway in Baker.

Red Rocks

"There's no better place on earth to watch live music."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's musicians recommend Red Rocks for a concert as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the open-air venue and surrounding beauty in Morrison, Colorado.

Union Station

"It used to be abandoned brick, rubble and broken glass as far as the eye could see."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's entrepreneurs recommend exploring Union Station as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the restaurants, shopping, and hotel at 1701 Wynkoop in LoDo.

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.

Mount Evans

"The drive up to 14,000 feet can be scary, but the views are stunning."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's governor recommends driving to the top of Mount Evans as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. He loves the adventure and the views on top of this Colorado 14er.

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.

Lula Rose General Store

"Denver's most beautiful coffee shop. Plus they sell Topo Chico!"

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's baristas recommend Lula Rose General Store for a coffee as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the craft coffee, flowers, and workshops at 3434 E Colfax Ave in Congress Park.

City, O City

"Old-school Denver vegetarian grub."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's chefs recommend City, O City for dinner as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the locally sourced vegetarian food, in house art shows, and drinks at 206 E 13th Ave in Capitol Hill.

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.

Stowaway Coffee + Kitchen

"A place to warm the heart with good company and fill the belly with foods of comfort."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's baristas recommend Stowaway Coffee + Kitchen for coffee as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the cozy coffeehouse, espresso bar, and globally influenced breakfast food at 2528 Walnut Street in RiNo.

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.

The Buff

"A Boulder institution for a reason."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's brewers recommend The Buff for breakfast as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the saddle bag pancakes, customer service, and local partnerships at this local institution on Canyon Blvd.

Pizzeria Locale

"It's pretty delicious."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's chefs recommend Pizzeria Locale for lunch as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the fast-fired pizzas on the Pearl Street Mall.

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.

Betasso Preserve

"A park in the rugged foothills of the Rockies."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's outdoor athletes recommend the Betasso Preserve for a bike ride as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the proximity to Boulder, varying levels of trails, and astounding beauty the Betasso Preserve has to offer.

Wonder Press

"A fresh pressed juicery that's really cute, delicious and healthy."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's baristas recommend Wonder Press for juice or coffee as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the open space, healthy juices, and delicious coffee at 946 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.

Spangalang Brewery

"A hidden-gem, with jazz music blaring and great beer pouring."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Denver, Colorado
 guide.

Denver's brewers recommend Spangalang Brewery for a beer as part of Dirt Road Travels' Denver, Colorado city guide. They love the craft brews, live jazz, and weekly events at 2736 Welton St in Five Points.

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.

Eldorado Canyon

A gorgeous Colorado State Park outside of Boulder.

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Boulder, Colorado
 guide.

Boulder's outdoor athletes recommend Eldorado Canyon for a hike as part of Dirt Road Travels' Boulder, Colorado city guide. They love the proximity to Boulder and huge rock walls surrounding the hike.

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.

The Lido

"It's just a very good vibe."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's bartenders recommend The Lido for drinks and live music as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the retro vibes and awesome patio at 518 E Broadway in Mt. Pleasant. The Lido is cash only!

The Keefer Bar

"I would sit with my friends, sipping a Rosemary Gimlet, having all these deep philosophical talks after class."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's bartenders recommend The Keefer Bar for drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the Asian inspired cocktails, fusion plates, and patio at 135 Keefer St in Chinatown.

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.

Lynn Canyon Park

"You’re covered by the canopies and you feel like you’re in Jurassic Park."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's locals recommend exploring Lynn Canyon Park as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the old oak trees, covered canopies, and remoteness of Lynn Canyon Park just outside of the city.

Superflux Beer Company

"Catch a new release of Superflux Beer Company on tap if you're lucky."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's brewers recommend Superflux Beer Company's beers as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the pale ales, hoppy IPAs and craft beers on tap at Strathcona Beer Company at 895 E Hastings St.

Sweet Boy Cream Puffs

"Try and track down Chams on his Sweet Boy Cream Puff Bicycle for a tasty treat."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend Sweet Boy Cream Puffs' pastries for dessert as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the tracking down Chams Sbouai on his roving bicycle that delivers sweet treets and cream puffs around Vancouver.

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.

Fremont Brewing Company

"Everything a brewery should be."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Steve Luke from Cloudburst Brewing recommends grabbing a beer at Fremont Brewing in Seattle, Washington as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

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.

Shug's

"Step out of the crowds and into 1950."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

The Fat Hen's Sammie recommends eating a milkshake at Shug's in Seattle as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide.

Golden Gardens Beach

"An outdoor park for grillin and chillin."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Becca and Fitz Cahall from Duct Tape Then Beer recommend heading to Golden Gardens to take in the sunset in Seattle as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Nemesis Coffee

"It's in the heart of Gastown and I just really like spending time there."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's baristas and chefs recommend Nemesis Coffee for coffee or brunch as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the atmosphere and people at 302 W Hastings St in Gastown.

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.

Bike the Seawall

"Stop on the beach and crack a can of good local cider while looking out at the sunset."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's locals recommend biking along the seawall as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the view of the city and passing the beach on your bike while the sunsets.

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.

The Federal Store

"A community-oriented corner store with a great coffee program and scratch baking."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's chefs recommend The Federal Store grocery for lunch as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the people, coffee, and fresh produce at 2601 Quebec Street in Mt. Pleasant.

Water Witch

"A neighborhood bar, like the Salt Lake version of Cheers."

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

Erica O'Brien recommends grabbing a drink, small plate or beer at Water Witch in Salt Lake City, Utah. It's all part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Salt Lake.

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.

Revolver Coffee

"I always recommend grabbing coffee at Revolver."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Vancouver
 guide.

Vancouver's baristas recommend Revolver for coffee as part of Dirt Road Travels' Vancouver, Canada city guide. They love the made fresh to order coffee at 325 Cambie Street in Gastown.

The Sparrow Bakery

“People come all the way from Kansas for these desserts!”

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Bend, Oregon
 guide.

Bend's bakers recommend The Sparrow Bakery for breakfast, lunch, or dessert as part of Dirt Road Travels' Bend, Oregon city guide. They love the sandwiches, lattes, and signature Ocean Rolls at 50 SE Scott St or 2748 NW Crossing Dr.

Crux Fermentation Project

“Beers that are just too good to miss.”

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Bend, Oregon
 guide.

Bend's brewers recommend Crux Fermentation Project for lunch, dinner, or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Bend, Oregon city guide. They love the craft beers, bar food and patio at 50 SW Division St.

Thump Coffee

"The right way to start your day in Bend."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Bend, Oregon
 guide.

Bend's baristas recommend Thump Coffee for breakfast or coffee as part of Dirt Road Travels' Bend, Oregon city guide. They love the small-batch roasted coffee, artisan pastries and tea at 25 NW Minnesota Ave.

O'Kanes at McMenamins

"It's a ton of things, all tough to describe."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Bend, Oregon
 guide.

Bend's chefs recommend O'Kanes at McMenamins for dinner or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Bend, Oregon city guide. They love the fire pits, unique atmosphere and happy hour deals at 700 NW Bond Street.

The Lot

“A restaurant that’s one hundred precent patio.”

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Bend, Oregon
 guide.

Bend's brewers recommend The Lot Food Carts & Tap Room for lunch, dinner, or drinks as part of Dirt Road Travels' Bend, Oregon city guide. They love the open air seating, variety of options, and live music at 745 NW Columbia St.

Dave's Record Shop

"Go support our local music vendors. There are great stores like Dave's Record Shop."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Oakland, California
 guide.

Lech from The California Honeydrops recommends checking out Dave's Record Shop as his 'Oakland Must' as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Oakland.

Three Pines Coffee

"Delicious coffee out of the cutest shop, right in the heart of downtown Salt Lake."

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

Erica O'Brien recommends grabbing coffee or breakfast at Three Pines Coffee in Salt Lake City, Utah. It's all part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Salt Lake.

Stoup Brewing

"Beer and a meat from a vending machine. What more do you need?"

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Stoup Brewing in the Ballard area of Seattle, Washington is tasty, delicious and awesome, which is why Steve Luke from Cloudburst Brewing recommends drinking a beer there as his 'Seattle Must' in the Dirt Road Travels digital city guide for Seattle.

MiiR Flagship

"Fill a growler, fill your heart."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

MiiR's Founder Brayn Pape recommends grabbing a coffee or a beer at MiiR Flagship in Seattle, Washington as part of the Dirt Road Travels digital city guide for Seattle.

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.

Reuben's Brews

"A family owned craft brewery."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Becca and Fitz from Duct Tape Then Beer recommend grabbing a pint of beer at Reuben's Brews in Ballard 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.

The Fat Hen

"What's your favorite breakfast in the US and why is it The Fat Hen?"

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Eat at The Fat Hen if you want an incredible, healthy and delicious breakfast. Chelsey Walker-Waston from Slate Coffee recommends it as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

La Marzocco Cafe at KEXP

"Rotating craft coffee inside of a public radio station is the quintessence of Seattle."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Chelsey Walker-Watson, Co-Founder of Slate Coffee Roasters, recommends grabbing coffee at La Marzocco Cafe in Seatlle, WA as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

Holy Mountain Brewing

"I could drink, like, 10 of their Wit beers."

Recommendation
: Part of the 
Seattle, Washington
 guide.

Steve Luke from Cloudburst Brewing recommends grabbing a beer at Holy Mountain in Seattle, Washington as part of the Dirt Road Travels city travel guide for Seattle.

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