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Published on January 9th, 2013 | by iDidGo Blog Team

Road Foods: American Style

RoadFoodReviewAmerica is well known for its intricate coast to coast highway system with plenty of adventures, sites and FOOD between the coasts. Many American restaurants, secret recipes and food traditions started on one of these interstates. Finding the right road trip food is a key to a successful trip. Sure, one could say that food makes or breaks any type of vacation. But it’s different with road trips.

If you eat the wrong things, you could end up light-headed, sleepy at the wheel, or even too sick to drive. If you eat the right things, you’ll have the energy you need to both maintain your focus on the road and explore all the little roadside attractions you find. Having said that, there’s no such thing as a perfect road trip food. It all depends on your typical diet, your likes and dislikes, and your budget.

Roadfood offers enticing, satisfying meal-time alternatives for chain restaurant–weary travelers. The Sterns provide vivid descriptions and clear regional maps that direct people to the best lobster shacks on the East Coast; the ultimate barbecue joints in the South; the most sizzling steakhouses in the Midwest; and dozens of top-notch diners, hotdog stands, ice cream parlors, and other terrific spots to stop for a bite countrywide.

It doesn’t have to be a long and boring road trip. We suggest that you check out RoadFood and map your eats!

Do you know the best places to eat on the road? Let us know in your comments below!

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