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by Amanda Terillo


Our last stop in Europe brings us to Switzerland. One dish that’s famous in Switzerland is fondue (what a shocker–a country known for great chocolate and cheese would also be known for fondue). Head to Cedar in Penn Quarter and stagger up to the bar to order yourself the goat cheese fondue, served with beet salad.


U!S!A! U!S!A! Where to begin with M’erica? With so many options to choose from, only one place truly represents our nation. On a beautiful summer night sit under the stairs on Red Derby’s rooftop deck and order an Oskar Blues Ten Fidy, and a grilled cheese with fries. Drinking outdoors, a beer with 10.5 % alcohol and an awesome sandwich smothered in cheese? That sounds pretty American to me.


Our last spot brings us to the South American powerhouse of Uruguay. A famous food from Uruguay is the chivito sandwich. In Penn Quarter, a restaurant known for making a delicious version is Del Campo. Theirs comes with ribeye, mortadella, ham, olives, heart of palm, fried egg, and fries!

That’s it for now, folks! That should keep your restaurant hunting covered for the next month. Happy eating!