The best tacos in America aren't just found in the southwest. Here are our picks for the best taco places in the USA, from Philadelphia to San Francisco.
Texas wine country is the perfect weekend getaway. We'll help you plan it.
In the debate to determine the winner of chop suey vs. chow mein, we figure it's important to tell you the difference between chow mein and chop suey.
Poach eggs, pitt cherries, and open stubborn jars. Sometimes the coolest kitchen gadgets are the ones you didn't even know you needed.
Cracking open that shell intimidated me my whole life. Finally, my mom showed me how to eat blue crab
Pike Place Market is the most heavily trafficked tourist destination in Seattle. But is it worth your time? We visited to find out.
The Top Chef’s cooking style is one part mom’s Filipino cooking, one part American fast food, and 100% delicious.
From fancy French breakfasts to paella served from a food cart, we looked far and wide to bring you our favorite cheap eats in Portland.
We spoke with a Medieval Times knight to get a better idea of what it's like to be a bonafide protector of the realm.
Mel's Drive In is more than just an old diner. It's also a California iconic, famous for "American Graffiti," Googie architecture, and now, inventive food.
We're on an ongoing quest to find the best burgers in every major U.S. and Canadian city. Did your favorite spot make our list?
From the traffic-light-inspired service, to the seemingly endless array of meats, here's what to expect when you dine at a Brazilian steakhouse.
Upgrade your favorite coffee-lovers' at-home setup with ideas from this list of 10 coffee accessories.
Fried chicken, juicy burgers, and scoops of ice cream made their way onto our list of 10 "Cheap Eats Atlanta" champs.
This microwave staple morphed into a decade-long gourmet trend. But just what is ramen and how did it become such a hit?
We take a peek at the history and flavors of this popular Chinese meal to help anyone who’s ever wondered: just what is dim sum exactly?
Munch on gourmet hot dogs, giant pastrami sandwiches, and machaca burritos with this list of "Cheap Eats Phoenix" champions.
What four flavors pack a punch in every bite of Malaysian food? Chef John Petry, formerly of New York's Fatty Crab, clues us in.
We break down this colorful Filipino dessert, perfect for pretending you're in the tropics even in the dead of winter.
If you follow foodie news, you might be asking "What is an Instant Pot?" We'll answer that and help you decide if you need one.
The "Nectar of the Gods," the oldest drink known to man: here's why mead is experiencing a renaissance.
The sandwich begins with no ordinary pork roast, but a porchetta, made according to a classic Italian recipe.
Chow down on massive cheesesteaks, acclaimed Indonesian, creative omelettes, and more "Cheap Eats Philadelphia" favorites.
When it comes to ice cream sundaes, the bigger and more decadent, the better. Check out our list of the 20 best.
Munch on grilled Mission burritos, sandwiches smothered in Dirty Sauce, and more "Cheap Eats San Francisco" favorites.
Shirataki noodles are a low-carb pasta that with nearly zero calories. Learn how to cook, eat, and enjoy this miracle ingredient.
Your lunch break may mean a respite from the office, but for restaurants that cater to the weekday lunch crowd, like Revival Food Hall in Chicago, it means a lot prep.
When it comes to Italian restaurants, NYC has some of the best in the country—many of which are located in Manhattan’s Little Italy neighborhood. But with so many delicious options within a few blocks, how can you choose just one?
We dreamed up the best possible Chicago pizza by combining the best crust, sauce, cheese, and toppings from pizzerias across the city (pizza dreams are the best dreams).
It’s definitely not parsley, and it’s kind of coriander. Before your next order of tacos or batch of green curry, brush up your knowledge of this divisive herb.
If you’ve ever eaten meat or cheese, you’ve probably tasted umami. But what is the flavor, exactly, and why did it take scientists so long to discover it?
How is espresso made and why does it get that foamy stuff on top? Our guide gives you insight into your daily jolt.
What is chorizo? What's in it? Why is it so red? A butcher gives us the low-down on the spiced, surprisingly familiar sausage.
Knowing how to make grilled cheese is required knowledge. Learn how with this simple recipe, plus a few bonus flourishes informed by chefs from around the country.
Let the jolt of caffeine and the rushing sounds of the L fuel you on this coffee run through Chicago's business district.
We set out to see how many iconic Chicago dining experiences we could squeeze into one weekend, all using the new Groupon+ deals.
Is he paying or are you going dutch? Can you use a Groupon at dinner? Our respondents didn’t hold back when sharing their opinions about the cost of a date.
Families traditionally feast at home on Thanksgiving, but dining out on November’s fourth Thursday has its own rewards.
Our beer breakdown features ale vs lager, two beer styles with fundamentally different brewing processes and histories. It might surprise you which is older.
We take a peek at the history and tastes of this popular Chinese meal to help anyone who’s ever wondered: just what is dim sum exactly?
Homemade kimchi is a refreshing snack when eaten on its own, and its bright flavors stand out beautifully when it’s paired with meat, simmered in soup, or griddled into savory pancakes at a Korean restaurant. But there’s more to like about kimchi than just its taste. Skip to the kimchi recipe or read more about the superfood first “The health b
Some state-fair foods are better than others.
We break down this colorful Filipino dessert, perfect for pretending you're in the tropics in the dead of winter.
A dim-sum chef gives us the scoop on siu mai, chicken feet, and how to ask for more tea.
It’s weirdly liberating to eat whatever you’re served.
The super-substance helps to cook eggs just as well as it fends off diaper rash.
The owners of Nellie's in Chicago show us how to make mofongo, a classic Puerto Rican mashed and fried plantain dish.
To many Chicagoans, the neighborhoods south of Roosevelt Road seem to be a culinary wasteland. To Jimalita Tillman, Chicago native and executive director of the Harold Washington Cultural Center and Performing Arts Theatre
(4701 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Dr.), fine-dining opportunities definitely exist on the South Side—if you give them a chance.
From lemon juice to neutral-colored plates, Taste of Groupon Award-winner Chef Roque Heidler knows all the tricks for improving your food photography.
Easter-egg dyeing only happens once a year—so it’s no surprise if you find yourself short a few necessary tools. Here’s how we improvised an impromptu slotted spoon to dip eggs in spring colors without leaving a mark. (That’s what happens to us whenever we use tongs alone.)