Take a tour of Washington, D.C., to find out where the locals go to stay healthy.
We've got the scoop on dozens of kid-friendly restaurants from coast to coast.
Fried chicken — once a Southern specialty — has made its way onto restaurant menus across the country.
Recreate some of the most drool-worthy moments of The Next Iron Chef by heading to the winners’ and competitors’ restaurants.
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Whether you're celebrating with your sweetie for the first time or the 40th, here are some great places to eat to your heart’s content on February 14.
Pumpkins are an autumn staple, and this year, Food Network offers some of its favorite restaurant suggestions to partake in local chefs' pumpkin creations.
Fresh, regional cuisine and on-the-go food trucks abound in the Bay City.
In the neighborhood south of Houston Street, the skyscrapers and wide avenues that dominate other areas are replaced by smaller cast-iron buildings and narrow streets lined with delicious restaurants.
These extreme specialty stores have all kinds of gifts for obsessive food lovers. The catch: They sell only one thing.
Check out Food Network stars' top restaurant picks from their travels across the country.
Enjoy L.A.'s countless international eateries, chic cafes and roadside diners serving fresh local food with famous coastal flavors.
What is arguably the ultimate tourist destination in New York City has its fair share of great restaurants that the locals flock to as well.
Skip straight to dessert with these Food Network-approved sweet spots around the country.
There are approximately 38 diners on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit one this summer—just take the National Park's Service advice and call to confirm they're open before you hit the road.