These Restaurants Will Bring You Back To Your Past Vacations, Domestically
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These Restaurants Will Bring You Back To Your Past Vacations, Domestically

Cuisine , foodie , Atlanta , United States , New York
Jade Robinson
Jade Robinson Dec 9, 2020

Nothing is worse than being in your hometown but craving a dish you had while on vacation. Trying to find the exact meal, the exact feeling, and the exact ambiance to bring you back to a particular destination can feel beyond your reach.

In some instances, finding that exact meal or restaurant with the same ambiance can make you relive your vacation experience. Here are some restaurants, domestically, that’ll take you back to your favorite international destinations.

Thailand to New York

Soothr, located in New York City was established by a group of friends who grew up from different areas of Thailand. Their mission was to combine the different regional cuisines from Thailand into one menu. The menu includes dishes from Tom Yum seafood hot pot, duck noodles, crab fried rice to Pla Tod fried whole fish with crunchy garlic. From the minute you step in, you will feel as though you are in Thailand. 

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Cuba to New Jersey 

Son Cubano, located in New Jersey, is immersed in the old Cuban heritage. Transport to Cuba by enjoying Son Cubano’s authentic Cuban cuisine while enjoying live music and the amazing view of the Manhattan skyline.

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France to Chicago 

Marchesa, is an authentic French restaurant in the heart of Chicago. The head chef of the restaurant studied and cooked in French restaurants in France–bringing all of his experience and pouring it into this restaurant. Classic dishes like their seafood risotto, duck breast & foie gras have made Marchesa one of the best French restaurants in the world.

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Italy to New York 

Carbone, the top restaurant in New York, will literally have you checking flights to Italy. Carbone is as authentic as you can get, leaving the restaurant to be desired. Reservations are a must and honestly are hard to secure. If you happen to secure a reservation I would suggest you try the lobster ravioli & the veal parmesan. 

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Spain to Atlanta 

Gypsy Kitchen, brings tapas (small plates) to the city of Atlanta. Gypsy Kitchen combines Spain & Morocco into one, making the restaurant popular amongst people looking to feel something different while they dine. Since they are small plates, gather some friends and order the whole menu!

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