Mapping Your Next Foodie Trip – Part 2 of 2

Welcome back! In Part 1 of our foodie guide, we took a look at some tasty places around the country that are worth taking a road trip to. Those options included juicy fruits in the south and midwest, as well as tender seafood along the coasts. Here is a look at some other places, including a few familiar ones, as we finish off Part 2 of our guide for foodies.

Visit The Great Lakes And Enjoy Some Cherries

If you love freshly picked cherries, then you’ll certainly need to visit Michigan. While you are there, you can also visit the Great Lakes as well. Be sure to visit around mid-July, as this is when fresh cherries are best for picking. If you have even more time, stop by Traverse City for the annual Cherry Festival and you’ll experience a unique event like none other in the country.

Relax With A Glass Of Wine In Missouri

You’ve probably already made your way out west to some of the fine California wineries, so now it’s time to set course for Missouri. It might come as a surprise, but just 80 miles from St. Louis is one of the biggest chain of wineries in the midwest. The valley is known for being set up along the Missouri River, which provides fresh water for the variety of options that the wineries offer. If it’s just you and someone special, and you are looking for an equally special moment, then this is it in Missouri.

Lancaster Desserts

Have Dessert In Pennsylvania

If you’ve made it all the way through this guide, congratulations! After all, our stomachs are growling just writing it out. But before you hit the road, don’t forget to set your final destination for Pennsylvania. Not only can you soak up a lot of American history, but you can also enjoy plenty of rich chocolate as well. In Amish Country, chocolate production is a popular staple in the economy. That means you’ll get to indulge in some of this chocolate from straight out of Lancaster, with this as the last spot on your foodie road trip.

There you have it. Here are some of our favorite foodie places across America. Whether you are looking for a short or long road trip, you’ll be sure to find something that will fill your belly at the end of the adventure.

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