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Where to Eat Cheap (And Well) in Every Domestic Sun Country Destination

  • May 23, 2017
  • By Brittany, Marketing Team
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Where to Eat Cheap (And Well) in Every Domestic Sun Country Destination

While traveling, easy and cheap eats can be a sacred practice. We all know we’ve been there. Where can I get something fast and under $10? But also, really good? No matter where you’re traveling with Sun Country, you can have your cake and eat it too. Literally.

Here’s where you should be snacking in every domestic Sun Country destination:

Seattle: Copal. One word, tacos. Two more words. Under $10.

Portland: The Grilled Cheese Grill. This city is known for its food trucks; this comfort food is a “must try.” One more thing? You dine in a bus.

Anchorage: Moose’s Tooth. Cheesecake and pizza. All you need to know.

Los Angeles: Project Poke. They turn sushi into donuts. Sushi donuts. Sushnuts. What’s not to love?

San Diego: Snooze. A breakfast diner gone completely rogue. And one that doesn’t mess with pancakes.

Santa Rosa/Sonoma County: Ramen Gaijin. Nothing beats a quick bit/sip of ramen. And of course, one that goes well with wine.

San Francisco: Brenda’s Meat and Three. Cheesy grits that look like heaven? We’re here for it.

Las Vegas: Wahlburgers. Tucked right into the Strip, this place makes the best secret burger sauce. Also, there’s a chance you’ll see Mark Wahlberg himself. His family does own the business.

Palm Springs: Xanadu Café. Ever heard of a tartine? Ask for it at this café. Worth the healthy lunch.

Minneapolis/St.Paul: Hot Plate. This little gem is right near the airport and a breakfast experience you won’t want to miss.

Denver: Rosenberg’s Bagels and Delicatessen. Whew, that’s a mouthful. A really flavorful one, at best. A little New York tucked in Denver.

Phoenix: Republica Empanada. Hummingbirds and soda pop. Empanadas and bright tables. Sounds lovely, Phoenix!

Harlingen: Marquez Snow Cones. Slushies still count as a meal, right? Try the Cherry Piccadilly.

Austin:  Kerlin BBQ. For the kolaches, of course. And the restaurant dynasty of pulled pork. Yum.

Dallas/Fort Worth: Spec’s. This deli is actually connected to a Wine and Spirits. Two birds with one stone? Either way, they make one serious Rueben.

Gulfport/Biloxi: Monster Subs & Sandwiches. Truly, the Katz’s Delicatessen of Gulfport/Biloxi.

Tampa: Mini Doughnut Factory. This tasty spot puts mini donuts on top of their smoothies in place of a cherry. Sweet!

Fort Myers: Delicious Raw. The beach pairs well with fresh juice and acai bowls. This fresh spot does it well.

Miami: La Muse Café. Food as tasty as its unique design, this café will inspire Instagram photos and your love for poached eggs.

West Palm Beach: Hullabaloo. An Italian gastropub with a trendy retro Airstream on the patio. Romantic with farm-to-table charm.

Orlando: Audubon Park Community Market. Take your healthy pic. This unique stop has everything from Rolex wraps to s’mores.

Savannah/Hilton Head: Vinnie Van Go’Go’s. This delightful hole-in-the-wall makes your heart-skip-a-beat-for-pizza.

Washington, D.C.: Dolcezza. Pretty as it is tasty, this gelato and coffee hybrid spot is worth the try.

Boston: Mei Mei. Scallion pancakes, rib tips, and dumplings – oh my!

New York: Gyro World. For a quick, affordable eat in the city – this Greek cuisine will make you drool. Careful, you’re in public.

Tucson: Tucson Tamale Company. Authentic tamales. 30 different types of them (including vegetarian and vegan options).

By Brittany, Marketing Team, May 23, 2017 Brittany is the content and communications Marketing Manager for Sun Country Airlines. Her favorite things about Sun Country are the close-knit family vibe and the passion behind the people, as if the employees and customers grew up loving the “airline next door.” Her favorite destination? The whimsical forests and rain of Seattle’s coast.

Brittany, Marketing Team

Brittany is the content and communications Marketing Manager for Sun Country Airlines. Her favorite things about Sun Country are the close-knit family vibe and the passion behind the people, as if the employees and customers grew up loving the “airline next door.” Her favorite destination? The whimsical forests and rain of Seattle’s coast.

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