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Boston and Portland in Oregon, where good-value, innovative cuisine is now dished up at some 700 permanent food carts. Las Vegas continues to expand its portfolio of restaurants, many of them by celebrity chefs. Britain’s own Gordon Ramsay now has three in the city with his latest venture, Gordon Ramsay BurGR at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Top French chef Guy Savoy has teamed up with Krug Champagne to open Krug Chef’s Table at the two Michelin-starred Restaurant Guy Savoy, set inside Caesar’s Palace, offering six diners an intimate view of the kitchen as a tasting menu is prepared, then matched with a range of Krug Champagnes. Foodies can find dining nirvana at towns and cities noted


for their culinary excellence, among them Aspen, Savannah, Newport, Santa Fe, Chicago, Charleston and New York City. You can also discover great food in many unsung places around the US. Music City Nashville, for example, is being


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