Canadian Geographic Travel

Food & Drink

A vineyard in Arizona on a sunny day

Arizona is the hottest (literally) new wine region in North America

Forget Napa or Sonoma — here’s why you need to plan a journey through Arizona’s wine country 

Read More

How to eat like a local in the Florida Keys

Whether it’s brewing homegrown craft beer or putting an invasive species on the menu, a new generation of locavores in the Florida Keys is helping redefine the region’s food and drink scene

Read More

5 craft breweries to visit in Northern Ontario this summer

Go on the ultimate beer run and sample these small-batch brews made with pride from South River to Kenora

3 food halls to visit  in Toronto’s Financial District

From champagne bars to zucchini frittatta to pit-smoked brisket, these food halls are revitalizing dining options in the downtown neighbourhood

Five places to savour a cocktail in Calgary

The birthplace of the Caesar is establishing itself as a surprising hub for craft cocktails 

Rum, vanilla and pearls: Discovering French Polynesia’s treasures

There’s nowhere better than the islands of Raiatea and Taha’a to get to know the uses and yields of French Polynesia’s rich natural environment

Trending Stories

Exploring Montreal’s Jewish food scene

Whether it’s the old classics or classy newcomers, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to Montreal’s Jewish food scene

Chasing icebergs in Newfoundland

Newly-revamped “Iceberg Finder” makes it easy for visitors to find the best spots in Newfoundland for iceberg viewing 

Five unique geothermal hot springs to visit in Iceland

From a five-star luxury spa atop a lava flow to a volcanic crater lake filled with mineral-rich blue water, here are the best ways to experience Iceland at its source

A bartender at Deane House mixes a cocktail. (Photo: Christopher Amat/Deane House)