This Tudor-style mansion is home to the first roadside confectioner in the United States.
Sip a Negroni Sbagliato in the bar that invented it.
Drink the 'Blood of Christ' in this Roman Catholic fever dream.
This family-owned diner has been slinging chili dogs since 1940.
Legend has it that a monk hid meat in these dumplings to fool God.
A town in East France still makes a beloved green-anise liquor born after the ban of absinthe.
Before dating apps, young people used this cake to express their feelings.
This multi-layered treat has become a potent symbol of Hungarian-Jewish identity.