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Bon Appétit: the top 7 foodie destinations

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New York, USA

In tribute to the city’s multicultural heritage, a conglomeration of different foods from around the world can be found in New York. Italian, Puerto Rican and Chinese cuisines, brought over by first generation migrants, are just a couple of the popular international dining options available in the Big Apple. Despite the towering structures and populous streets, this metropolis is easy to access by superyacht, offering an exciting stop-off in the Atlantic with Michelin-starred restaurants by the dozen.

Speciality dish: Brunch is a big deal all over the US, but namely in this city, which New Yorkers claim is the birthplace of Eggs Benedict. Legend has it that Wall Street broker Lemuel Benedict started the trend in the 1980s when, attempting to nurse his hangover one morning at the Waldorf Hotel, he ordered two poached eggs on toast slathered with hollandaise sauce.

Where to eat: While you may be tempted to fill up on burgers and hot dogs, you’ll be more satisfied making your way through the memorable tasting menu at Eleven in Madison Square. For your after-dinner drink stop off at the 21 Club for a signature Manhattan in an original speakeasy setting.

How to visit by superyacht: Leave the superyacht in Brooklyn before exploring the concrete jungle. MarineMax Manhattan accommodates yachts up to 91 metres.

Picture courtesy of Shutterstock.com / Rene Pi

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