what is the best country/city to tour when it comes to eating?
ed shelflife: I have to vote for portland, oregon!
fran cannane: mexico, japan and the usa. england is really coming into its own I have to say.
stephin the magnetic fields: stockholm: I live for their industrial-strength combination of horseradish and mustard.
corin tucker: france is pretty amazing, for someone like me who has a sweet tooth.
daniel handler: san francisco, bologna, vancouver.
hannah grass widow: I like eating in new york for the polish food. although I must say we have pretty great food in san francisco.
james dump/yo la tengo: japan and nashville.
frankie rose: san diego. amazing mexican food there everywhere. we just randomly walked into a mexican place recently and I had the best lobster burrito I’ve ever had in my life.
bridget st john: kyoto, japan.
stephen the real tuesday weld: los angeles – hands down.
rachel blumberg: new york is pretty fantastic, city wise! I look forward to polish food, pizza, katz’s, and then all the nifty new places. oh, I had the most amazing ramen ever in new york. georgia recommended it. I can’t wait to go back. my favorite country for eating on tour is france because of all the amazing cheese back stage. ohhh the cheese….
joe pines / foxgloves: arlington, virginia, for ray’s the steaks, where I was taken by my friend stephen wood – a keen supporter of both pop and steak.
jennifer o’connor: southwest usa.
mark teenbeat/unrest: there was an incredible restaurant in minneapolis called the sri lankan curry house. probably the spiciest food I have ever had. it’s unfortunately not there anymore.
ian musical chairs: big cities seem to be the best for food with more veggie options. chicago, boston, and nyc are pretty amazing. israel has fantastic food. there are so many countries I’d like to eat in!
gordon the fan modine: everything is at your fingertips in NYC.
rachel blumberg: new york.
gail cf: portland, oregon!
allen clapp: new york, ny! I love being able to walk out of the club after a show and have the whole world at your feet. In san francisco, everything shuts down way too early, and it’s like walking out into a foggy ghost town (which is kinda cool — but not if you’re hungry).