Whether or not you're staying at the luxurious Oxford Hotel, shimmy from the lobby to The Cruise Room, downtown Denver's first bar. We're not kidding. It opened in 1933 the day after Prohibition was repealed, so expect trendy art deco vibes as you sip handmade martinis and classic cocktails.
Chef Sean Brock prepares seasonal low country cuisine at this upscale Southern dinner spot. Try the chef’s tasting menu, which features a rotation of dishes such as local roast chicken with chow chow and morel mushrooms and South Carolina peaches dressed with creme fraiche, cinnamon and basil.
When Giada ended her weekend getaway to Miami she finished at The Pelican Café. The café wows tourists with their diverse take on coastal fare from Italy to the Peruvian Coast. Make it a Pelican double by reserving one of their eclectic and funky decorated hotel rooms.
Ina's vacation to Napa had to include a stop at Oakville Grocery. The store offers more than just specialty gourmet items; it also has a number of inspired prepared salads and sandwiches made with local California produce. Ina couldn't resist grabbing a loaf of crunchy Della Fattoria bread.
Since the first sushi bars in the country opened in LA, it seems LA has a sushi bar on every corner. But Hamasaku's modern sushi has been an instant crowd-pleaser. Giada customized her roll with ponzu sauce but for newcomers, try the crowd favorite: Charlize tacos made with fried wonton skin.
Everything about The Modern pays tribute to art, from the dining room overlooking the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden to its location inside NYC's Museum of Modern Art. But the food is a true work of art, as Michael Psilakis loves the liverwurst tha's just as decadent as the foie gras.
Host Giada DeLaurentiis visits Martha's Vineyard for ArtCliff Diner, a quirky diner serving fresh, local ingredients, in Vineyard Haven, MA, on Food Network's Giada's Weekend Getaways.
Giada DeLaurentiis settles in at The Blue Door, the sexy seafood restaurant at the Delano in Miami Beach, FL, on Food Network's Giada's Weekend Getaways.
Giada went to a quintessential Seattle coffeehouse in Capitol Hill, where the beans are roasted on-site and the creation of coffee is taken "very seriously." Now with three locations, the Victrola Coffee Roasters brew "unbelievable Americanos" and "lattes that are almost too beautiful to drink."
For Bobby's FoodNation stop in Miami, he heads to the legendary Joe's Stone Crab shop where the flavor is all in the claw. Since 1913, Joe's has delivered these claws with the simple yet oh-so-tasty chilled mustard sauce. But for a real chilly treat, try Joe's Original Homemade Key-Lime pie.
While on a weekend getaway in Los Angeles, Giada couldn't wait to treat herself to Pazzo Gelato. This popular family-owned gelato parlor makes its own 25 flavors on a daily basis. Giada declared her chocolate shake to be ''rich, decadent and perfect [for a] vacation.''
For the perfect Saturday morning breakfast, Giada heads to the L.A. farmers' market where they host more than 85 shops and sell everything from seasonal and year-round produce to farm-fresh eggs, local Dungeness crab and Giada's absolute favorite, Nutella crepes from The French Crepe Company.