Welcome to Czyk Publishing's Eat Like a Local series of travel guide books!
At Czyk Publishing, we strive to provide travelers with the best possible resources and guides to help them explore the world like a local. Our Eat Like a Local series of travel guide books provide insider tips, tricks, and advice on how to eat like a local no matter where you are in the world.
Our Eat Like a Local series of travel guide books provide the most up-to-date and comprehensive information on the local food scene in your destination. We provide detailed information on local restaurants, cuisine specialties, popular dishes, and traditional recipes. Our books also include information on local food markets and grocery stores, as well as tips on how to find the best street food and where to find hidden gems.
With our Eat Like a Local series of travel guide books, you can have the confidence to explore the local food scene like a local. Whether you're looking for the best restaurants, a traditional meal, or an off-the-beaten-path experience, our guides provide you with the information you need to make the most of your visit.
We understand the importance of eating like a local when you travel, and our books are the perfect way to experience the local food culture. Get your copy of our Eat Like a Local series of travel guide books today and start exploring the local food scene with confidence!
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Our Story:Traveling has always been a passion of the creator of the Eat Like a Local book series. During Lisa's travels in Malta, instead of tasting what the city offered, she ate at a large fast-food chain. However, she realized that her traveling experience would have been more fulfilling if she had experienced the best of local cuisines. Most would agree that food is one of the most important aspects of a culture. Through her travels, Lisa learned how much locals had to share with tourists, especially about food. Lisa created the Eat Like a Local book series to help connect people with locals which she discovered is a topic that locals are very passionate about sharing. So please join me and: Eat, drink, and explore like a local.
Read and learn more about our authors at Eat Like a Local Author Biographies
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Eat Like a Local-Book Series Reviews
Eat Like a Local- Sarasota: Sarasota Florida Food Guide
have lived in the Sarasota area since 1998 and learned about many great places
that I want to try. –Conoal
EAT LIKE A LOCAL-CONNECTICUT: Connecticut Food Guide
a great guide to try different places in Connecticut to eat. Can’t wait to try
them all! The author is awesome to explore and try all these different
foods/drinks. There are places I didn’t know they existed until I got this book
and I am a CT resident myself! –Caroline J. H.
EAT LIKE A LOCAL- LAS VEGAS: Las Vegas Nevada Food Guide
food guide for any tourist traveling to Vegas or any local looking to go
outside their comfort zone! –TheBondes
Eat Like a Local-Jacksonville: Jacksonville Florida Food Guide
recommendations. Great book from someone who knows their way around Jacksonville.
EAT LIKE A LOCAL- COSTA BRAVA: Costa Brava Spain Food Guide
book was very well written. Visited a few of the restaurants in the book, they
were great! Sylvia V.
Eat Like a Local-Sacramento: Sacramento
California Food Guide
a native of Sacramento, Emerald's book touches on some of our areas premier
spots for food and fun. She skims the surface of what Sacramento has to offer
recommending locations in historical, popular areas where even more jewels can
be found. –Katherine G.
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This new guide to Maine food and drink takes a fast, fun look at what and how we eat
'Eat Like a Mainer' is a roundup of Maine food and drink, both traditional (think Moxie, whoopie pies and Indian pudding) and modern (lobsticles, craft beer and coffee shops).
These books can be found in Paperback, ebook, and Audiobook format on Amazon.
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