Where to Eat Local Throughout the USA

When we travel, we are always looking for locally-owned cafes, diners, and restaurants. What’s the point in going somewhere new just to eat at the same places we’re able to experience at home? The fun of the journey is being able to try new places and experience new adventures. Last week I shared our favorite local eateries here in Charleston, WV (like Dem 2 Brothers) but I’ve recently teamed up with dozens of other bloggers to share where to eat local in their cities. 

We have plans to travel all throughout the eastern and northern USA this year so I’m excited to try out some of the places on these lists. The Abbey Burger Bistro in Baltimore, MD that Theresa shared is at the top of my list. Visiting Baltimore has been on our travel bucket list since we moved back to West Virginia and the burgers at Abbey Burger Bistro sound incredible. Plus, they have vegetarian options I know Brandon would devour. 😉  Iberian Pig made Sunshine and Holly’s list of where to eat local in or around Atlanta and I agree with that recommendation 100%; it’s one of the places we miss the most about living there. 

The Local Dish and where to eat in Charleston WV

These bloggers are sharing their top recommendations for where to eat local when you’re in their areas. Click through and take a look around, there are great recommendations in here!

Eastern US

Western US

Northern US

Southern US

No one shared any recommendations about where to eat local in Pittsburgh, PA but we’re looking for suggestions since we’ll be in the area in two weeks! I can’t wait to go; I haven’t been to Pittsburgh in ages.

Where do you recommend eating local in your city? I’d love to hear about your favorite spots!

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