have you ever visited a city and wanted to get a true feel for it above and beyond the standard tourist experience? kaie wellman has put an end to this struggle with her fabulous, stylish, expertly curated and supremely helpful eat.shop guides. these guides spill all the local secrets, packaged in convenient travel-friendly sized books and packed with an eclectic combination of things to do, where to go, what to buy and beyond. on monday, july 25, you can get special eat.shop guide collections for an even better price during the very special “travel” themed sale going on only at one kings lane.
- the cool(literally) pacific northwest: portland, seattle, and vancouver
the moist landscape of the pacific northwest is home to three of the most exciting cities in north america when it comes to unique independent eating and shopping.
- the “third” cities: portland, austin, and the twin cities
these cities embrace a small town attitude, bringing a fresh perspective and verve to mom + pop culture.
- yes, historical cities can be fun: boston, philidelphia, and washington dc
where american heritage meets modern independent.
- new england road trip: boston and new england
while gazing at the blazing colors of nature, experience the vibrant flavors and unique local retail of this region.
- midwest foray: chicago and twin cities
what could be better than exploring two of the most exciting cities in the midwest? both burst with local goodness.
- transcontinental “l” cities: london and los angeles
who can deny the glamorous, eclectic appeal of two of the most famous “l” cities in the world?
- multi-course prix fixe: austin, boston, chicago, london, los angeles, miami, and new england
the ultimate independent eating and shopping compendium. whether you’re an armchair traveler or have 1k status, your journey through these 16 incredible cities will be memorable.
- new orleans, nyc, paris, philadelphia, portland, seattle, twin cities, vancouver bc, and washington dc
a collection of some of the coolest travel destinations