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Parla Food turns five years old this month. Crazy, right? She looks older. I blame all the cocktails and carbonara. With each passing year, wading though posts and categories devoted to various cities has become increasingly cumbersome. So to make things easier for you, fair reader, I have launched a series of City Guides. Each city has a dedicated page which brings together the most relevant posts for helping you navigate its gastronomic landscape. Here’s the first round of Parla Food City guides, with more to come!

  • Rome
  • Istanbul
  • Naples
  • Palermo
  • Copenhagen
  • Antep
  • NYC
  • New Haven
  • New Orleans
  • London
  • Florence
  • Puglia
  • Vieques
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    Antep/Gaziantep · Copenhagen · Florence · Food & Wine · Istanbul · London · Naples & Campania · New Haven · New Orleans · New York City · Puglia · Restaurants · Rome & Lazio · Sicily · Vieques

    6 Comments:


    • Happy 5th birthday, Parlafood :-)


    • You know the first city I clicked? Rome. I’m really planning out to get to see Rome and parts of Italy and savor its history, culture and naturally, its superb cuisine wonders!


    • Is this list going to be updated with more cities?

    • Katie

      definitely!


    • I don’t have any concrete plans of traveling within the next 3 months or so but your city guides on where the best food might be will come in handy when I do make that trip. Thanks.


    • I am planning a trip to Istanbul and found your app and this wonderful blog. Wonder if you are going to update the Istanbul App soon.

      By the way, the places to find the most authentic and unpretentious Italian neighborhood restaurants in NYC are the outer boroughs, East Bronx, Queens,(Northern Flushing, Bayside), and Brooklyn (Bay Ridge), where Pizza is not always on the menu, bread is always good and coffee is usually bad.

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