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Lynn Freehill-Maye

Lynn Freehill-Maye

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The best restaurants in Pittsburgh

The best restaurants in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is no longer just known for being an industrial city, full of factories, mills and stately buildings. Now, it’s gained a new, fresher reputation, partly owed to its thriving food scene, which is as diverse as its population. This isn’t just classic American food – in this Pennsylvania city you’ll find incredible Mexican, Indian, Chinese and more, conducted by some seriously innovative chefs.  Pittsburgh is now known for some iconic foods that you can’t get anywhere else. This is the home of Primanti Brothers’ famous sandwich, Chengdu Gourmet’s spicy Sichuan hot pots and Concado’s filthy tacos. There’s so much to discover in Pittsburgh’s food scene, you’re going to want to get going like, right now. What are you waiting for? RECOMMENDED:📍 The best things to do in Pittsburgh🍴 The best restaurants in Cleveland📍 The best things to do in Buffalo🍴 The best restaurants in Bethesda📍 The best things to do in Philadelphia

The best things to do in San Antonio with kids

The best things to do in San Antonio with kids

As one of the biggest cities in the U.S., San Antonio is packed with awesome things to do for the entire family—kids and adults alike. What we love most about it are the historic attractions that make learning fun: places like the Alamo that take youngsters on a journey to Texas’ past, and the nearby River Walk and Pearl neighborhood that bring everyone back to modern day. Then you have Six Flags, i.e. the queen of all theme parks in the South. Yes, South Texas may be toasty in spring, summer and fall, but the locals sure are pros at cooling off in these times too. They’ll seek out AC-chilled indoor activities like bowling or they'll splash around at local water parks, so nothing gets in the way of a swell time. Ready to explore with the family? We've curated the best things to do with kids in the San Antonio area, so y’all can have a blast the whole year round. RECOMMENDED: The best restaurants in San Antonio

The 10 best restaurants on St John

The 10 best restaurants on St John

Shorts, sundresses, sunburns, flip-flops—the Caribbean island of St John is a come-as-you-are kind of place. Heck, isn’t there a song to that effect by famous fan Kenny Chesney, the country singer who owns a home there? If not yet, there probably will be soon. The most pristine U.S. Virgin Island is two-thirds beachy national park preserve, the rest swimming with quirky bars and restaurants and colorful locals driving beat-up, sticker-covered Jeeps (a favorite reads “St John: the World’s Largest Open-Air Asylum”). Though recently slammed by hurricanes, St John has been doggedly rebuilding. That includes its dressed-down-but-delicious restaurant scene, where favorite dining spots have reopened one by one. Taking advantage of its island location, food here runs toward seafood with lots of unexpected twists. Don’t skip the icy cocktails, either, especially local rum and blender specialties like the Bushwhacker and the Painkiller. Bottoms up!

The 12 best things to do in Cape Cod

The 12 best things to do in Cape Cod

Is there a more classic-Americana summer getaway than Cape Cod? We don’t think so. The beaches, hydrangeas and cedar-shingled cottages of what Henry David Thoreau called the “bare and bending arm of Massachusetts” are timeless. And the ice cream, putt-putt courses and lobster rolls that have had visitors flocking since at least the 19th century (okay, fine, we’re not sure about the timing of the mini-golf) still beckon you out. Today the Cape isn’t so bare, but we totally get why a few other people want to soak up the coastal New England setting, too. Done something on this list and loved it? Share it with the hashtag #TimeOutDoList and tag @TimeOutEverywhere. Find out more about how Time Out selects the very best things to do all over the world.

The 12 best things to do in Buffalo

The 12 best things to do in Buffalo

In this Rust Belt comeback city, impressive sites from its Gilded Age are now coming back to life in surprising ways. Buffalo's architectural heritage is massive, with works by Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, Frederick Law Olmsted and the country's first certified female architect, Louise Bethel Bethune. The Erie Canal and the grain elevators serving it were monumental, too. Now those waterfront spaces, imposing stone buildings, and graceful old parkways have become the unexpected settings for concerts, beer gardens, paddling, AcroYoga, and other creative fun that’s definitely worth scoping out. Done something on this list and loved it? Share it with the hashtag #TimeOutDoList and tag @TimeOutEverywhere. Find out more about how Time Out selects the very best things to do all over the world.