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Food & Dining

Eat like a king with the guidance of AAA Diamond Ratings and Your AAA. Food and dining is not only an important part of travel, it’s an important part of day-to-day life. Our food and dining articles have information on fancy restaurants, greasy spoons and everything in between. You’ll also find tips and tricks on how to prepare food in your own home and information on food tourism.

AAA’s Diamond Rating System isn’t exclusive to hotels—it covers restaurants as well! AAA’s system of hospitality evaluations is based on the standards and priorities that the typical guest is looking for. AAA inspectors deliver honest feedback that’s based on an authentic experience, and their reviews are often more helpful than anecdotal information from random strangers on review sites.

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Looking for healthy dinner ideas? Your AAA is replete with articles about ways to make food that can be enjoyed by all, no matter the dietary restrictions.

Your AAA is the place to go when you want to find a place to have brunch with your friends or even a romantic date with your significant other. Learn about the best restaurants with a  view in NYC if you want to plan an especially romantic date night. When dining out, the view of New York City is perhaps the best company you could ask for. Well… maybe the second best, depending on your date.

Of course, Your AAA is replete with information on special New England food traditions. Read about the different types of clam chowder, from the creamy to the confounding. Check out our piece on the Vermont cheese trail, which is a list of working dairy farms and shops where you can eat local, authentic Vermont cheese.

Don’t leave New England without trying one of our recommended places to eat New England lobster. And don’t get caught in Rhode Island without knowing about the beloved local cuisine: hot wieners. Seriously.

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Food For All: Turkey 2.0

Ah, Thanksgiving. Time to gather with family and friends, give thanks for what we have … and stuff our faces with all the traditional favorites: turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry  

 

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