Aiming to offer the keen traveler who wants to know where to eat, what to order and how to indulge in Greek cuisine, the Greek Gastronomy Guide sheds light on one of Athens’ spiciest spots: the Evripidou Street market.
Petra & Fos Boutique Hotel & Spa, located in the middle of the Mani peninsula in the Peloponnese, is supporting the "Greek Breakfast" initiative and promoting local and traditional products through its breakfast menu.
Since the launch of the "Greek Breakfast" initiative in 2010, a total of 800 hoteliers across Greece have incorporated local products into their morning offerings, upgrading their quality, promoting local gastronomic traditions and paving the way for financial benefits for local...
The newly launched Greek Gastronomy Guide, a website in both Greek and English aiming to become a tool in the hands of the keen traveler who wants to know where to eat, what to order and how to indulge in the secrets of Greek cuisine, has joined forces with Athens International...
It’s true… a person’s heart is through his stomach, and that’s what the Greek Gastronomy Guide is out to do: make you fall in love with Greece not through its picturesque villages, stunning beaches and hospitable people but through its food.
The age-old Greek favorite retsina wine came into the spotlight last week during a special event at the Varoulko Seaside restaurant with the Kechris Domaine celebrating a decade of one of its prized products.
For one Greek in New York, homemade cooking went from the kitchen to the world thanks to “League of Kitchens”, an online group of home cooks from New York’s immigrant communities offering classes on the cuisines of Lebanon, India, Japan, Argentina, Trinidad, Uzbekistan and more.
Cook-turned-cult persona Jamie Oliver did it Greek style earlier this month, promoting both the Greek islands and their cuisine while visiting Ikaria as part of his ongoing research into the role of food in longevity and quality of life.
Greek chef Dina Nikolaou joins 18 local and five European colleagues to present 29 culinary evenings as part of the Mount Athos Area Organization’s “Kouzina” event, which kicked off in the Halkidiki peninsula on May 15.
The many links between gastronomy and tourism and the opportunities for closer cooperation between both areas will be explored at the 1st UNWTO World Forum on Food Tourism, to be held at Donostia-San Sebastián in Spain on 27-28 April.