Eating is the best part of traveling.
For all of those scoffing at such a bold claim, let me explain. Eating is the best part of traveling for me.
Ugh. Okay, okay. Fine. Even that’s not 100% true. I’m just hungry and impatiently waiting for dinner to finish cooking as I write this post. Anyway…
Sometimes, I wish I could be a less food-obsessed traveler. You know, one of those budget-conscious people who grocery shop and meal prep on the road. I’d certainly save a lot of money on eating out expenses.
Perhaps that could be me one day… you know, that magical day when I’m no longer salivating at the mention of snacks. When I finally go one full morning without fantasizing what’s for dinner only an hour after breakfast.
Which, let’s face it, may never happen.
All kidding aside (yes, I’m kidding – wipe that look of skepticism off your face), it’s no secret I love to eat during my travels. Whenever I visit a new city, one of my favorite activities is trying the top-rated local restaurant.
Recently, I went to San Luis Obispo with my boyfriend and his family. One day of the trip, we worked up quite an appetite wine tasting at a local SLO vineyard, and decided a little BBQ was in order. We were already planning to check out the infamous gum alley in downtown SLO, so nearby Old San Luis BBQ Company was the perfect fit for our growling tummies.
Want the scoop? I’ve got you covered.