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Where Do They Grab Grub?

Where Do Notable Gays Grab Grub Around the Globe?

Where Do Notable Gays Grab Grub Around the Globe?

Let notable locals guide you on a colorful culinary tour.

What’s the best charcuterie plate in San Francisco? Where can you find the most delicious fries in Phoenix, Arizona? Visiting Iceland? Find vegan fare in Reykjavik. Check out these favorite food spots across the world and get a local's take on his or her beloved city. There’s something to satisfy every craving. 

Rockaway Taco in NYC

Photo by Elizabeth Lloyd

Klaus Biesenbach says:

“Co-owned by the ruggedly handsome Rockaway impresario David Selig, this is the pulsating heart of the Rockaways in the summer. It has attracted the foodies and the beauties, the surfers and the locals, the hipsters and the helpsters, to enjoy the best tacos on the peninsula.”


Barbaccoin San Francisco

Photo courtesy of Barbacco

Yigit Pura says:

"My go-to restaraunt. Chef Steffan Terje puts real heart into his cooking. Come with friends and order a ton of small plates."



Bucharest GrillinDetroit

Photo courtesy of Bucharest Grill

Daniel Caudill says:

“This place is a hidden gem near the Detroit baseball field. Try the Bucharest shawarma: grilled marinated chicken, garlic sauce, tomatoes, and french fries in a pita.” 



Tilted KitcheninPhoenix

Photo courtesy of Tilted Kilt

Brittney Griner says:

“My favorite place to watch a game. It’s close to US Airways Center [the arena where the Phoenix Mercury play] and has a great gameday atmosphere. Plus, the fish and chips are awesome.” 



Earth Food StoreinSydney

Photo courtesy of Dean Tirkot

Murray Bartlett says:

“When I lived in Sydney I’d get a juice from this place almost daily. Near the beach, it sells top-quality organic produce, juices, and smoothies and has an adjoining natural food bar. It’s been around more than 20 years and has a super-friendly, old-school Bondi vibe.”


Terroirs inLondon
Photo courtesy of Terroirs Wine Bar & Restaurant

“I love this restaurant. I had a plate of life-changing snails there, as well as some ambitious terrines and pâtés. The wine is surreally good; everybody seems to possess a mysterious ency- clopedic knowledge of lightly sparkling Basque whites. I recommend a glass with a hearty lunch.”


GLÓ in  Reykjavik
Photo of Glo Courtesy of Addi 

“Run by a lovely and dynamic lady named Solla, Gló does serve meat, but the menu is mostly about raw and vegan options. I’m afraid I won’t do it justice—just go there.”


Café du MondeinNewOrleans

Big Freedia says:

“When you leave the party, go here for hot chocolate or coffee.”

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