Take a Trip Through the World’s Ultimate Culinary Destinations

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We’ve poured countless hours and innumerable digestive aids into putting together Eater Travel’s inspiring, authoritative series of guides to eating well around the world. We have maps of the best gelato shops in Rome, primers on breakfast in Beirut, and comprehensive guides to every aspect of eating through Taipei, Bogotá, Lisbon, Paris, Rome, Tokyo, Hawaiʻi, and so much more.

Even with all of our on-the-ground expertise, though, there are limits to what our stories can do. Like, book you a Chianti-soaked Tuscan cooking class in a Florentine home, for instance. Or organize an exclusive tour of the Sistine Chapel before introducing you to one of Rome’s hottest new chefs. Or stroll with you through the old streets of Oaxaca after a guided tasting of high-end mezcals.

But now, loyal readers, we’ve figured out the next best thing! Meet (and bookmark) Eater Journeys. Created in partnership with boutique travel agency Black Tomato — the “bespoke vacation” specialists renowned for curating once-in-a-lifetime experiences for savvy travelers — Eater Journeys bring our award-winning, appetite-stimulating travel coverage to life. Come on one of our personally designed, private, food-focused trips through some of the world’s ultimate culinary destinations, from Rome to Mexico City and Oaxaca to Paris, all enhanced by expert local guides and Eater-approved restaurants to ensure you have the most delicious. trip. ever.

Take a boat through the famed Xochimilco canals outside Mexico City, go natural wine tasting in Paris’s trendy Marais district, and go truffle hunting (and eating!) in the eastern French countryside, being confident that every food stop along the way has been personally chosen and enthusiastically endorsed by your trusty travel crew at Eater. Check out Black Tomato for more details (the wheres, the whens, and the how muches), then go ahead and schedule that Global Entry interview and load up your carry-on with your roomiest frocks. It’s time to go — and eat.