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Exploring the Sacramento Fried Chicken Trail is one of the best ways to satisfy your chicken cravings. Known to offer the best-fried chicken in California, this trail is also quite reasonable and does not put much weight on your pocket. This trail is meant for those who love fried chicken. Get a deep insight into fried chicken varieties without shelling a single penny. You will also get an opportunity to win special prizes by hitting the various spots on the trail.
Situated in the central sands region of the state, this is a self-guided scenic highway that also acts as a rich cranberry growing region. The cranberry beds stretch across 50 miles and are a treat to the eye. You will also come across several wildlife creatures like Trumpeter swans, deer, Bald Eagles and Sandhill cranes, making it a great site for photography enthusiasts as well. Try to visit the highway during the harvest season during which the growth of cranberries is at its peak.
Beer Cheese Trail comprises eight restaurants and is a great option to enjoy authentic beer cheese. Some of the famous eateries that form a part of the Beer Cheese Trail include DJ’s Steakhouse, Waterfront Grill and Wildcat Willy’s. While DJ’s Steakhouse features a beautiful patio, Waterfront Grill offers an amazing view of the Kentucky River. In addition to beer cheese, these eateries also offer other items like burgers, pork chops and chicken. To get started you need to register yourself at a participating restaurant. Collect stamps from at least 5 stores if you wish to win a free t-shirt. However, no outlet will hand you down a stamp unless you purchase a beer cheese item from their menu. Hand over your cheese log to the Winchester Tourism office after collecting the stamps. Try to visit the trail during the Beer Cheese Festival.
Comprising 13 doughnut shops that span 80 miles, the Butler County Donut Trail is a must-visit attraction in Ohio. To bag a free t-shirt you need to get a stamp from each of the stores. Keep the Donut Trail map and passport handy if you wish to conquer the trail. During the trail, you will come across some of the doughnut moguls of the city that have been in the business for over 50 years. Each of the stores will give you a sugar rush but will also motivate you to keep going since you just won’t seem to get enough until you make it to the last stop. If you wish to visit the trail during the weekend, make sure you reach early in the morning since the doughnut stores tend to get crowded later in the day.
This trail is dotted with 14 buffalo-wing taverns that offer delicious Buffalo style chicken wings cooked using unique recipes. Buffalo Wing Trail comprises quirky places, some of which have a long-standing history in the buffalo- wing department. Dig into mouth-watering chicken sandwiches or opt for a salad if you wish to eat something healthy. A visit to two taverns is enough to satiate your hunger pangs. A great place for those who wish to expose their taste buds to hot and fiery delights. Make sure to visit the trail on an empty stomach.
Explore the Iowa Tenderloin Trail dotted with 14 pork eateries, during your visit to Des Moines. Nosh on sinful tenderloin delights whilst you collect 10 stamps that enable you to bag a free t-shirt at the end. This trail comprises some of the best pork eateries in Des Moines that are sure to make you drool. Some of the eateries found along the trail include Iowa Taproom, Birdies, Burgers & Brews, Wood Iron Grille and Stumble Inn. All these eateries are known to offer classic American delights that will only keep you wanting more. The burgers and sandwiches served at each of these eateries are to look out for. This trail is a must-visit for those who have an appetite for pork.
An ice- cream a day can keep sadness at bay and if ice cream is your guilty pleasure then New Hampshire's Ice Cream Trail is where you need to be. The trail is dotted with 42 stores comprising regional as well as international outlets, some of which are regarded as the most famous parlors in the city. Some of the ice-cream stalls and stores found along the trail include Bruster's Real Ice Cream, Dudley’s Homemade Ice Cream, Granite State Candy Shoppe and Memories Ice Cream. In addition to sinful ice-creams, several stores along the trail also offer savory items, cheese, meat and other milk products. Grab a fruity scoop, a seasonal special or classic chocolate, whichever suits you best. Gaining a few calories here is definitely worth it!