Give Us a Destination, and We’ll Give You A Snack for the Road

The draw of the open road is a summer staple. Maybe it’s the heat, or the time off, that plants the seed of wanderlust in most people. Regardless, summertime is primetime for all kinds of travel. However, one type of travel is uniquely suited for the slowness of summer: road trips. Hours in a car might seem like a nightmare for some, but when done right, it transforms you. One of the best parts of a road trip is absolutely engorging yourself with snacks of all kinds. No matter where you’re headed this summer, there’s a snack for you. Pick a place and let us tell you which road trip snack is a perfect fit for your adventure!

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Road Trip Snacks - New York City
New York City
Los Angeles
Road Trip Snacks - Portland
Portland
Road Trip Snacks - Austin
Austin
Road Trip Snacks - Laredo
Laredo
Minneapolis
San Antonio
Road Trip Snacks - Washington D.C.
Washington D.C.
Seattle

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Want to see all of these destinations and snacks in one place? Head on over to the POMEmag Patreon and check out Alejandra’s full multi-city road trip snack shopping list.

Alejandra Martinez

Alejandra Martinez

Alejandra Martinez is a Tejana archivist, writer, and scholar. When she's not thinking about preservation and access, you can find her reading a good book, watching a David Lynch film, or writing about pop-culture at your local coffee shop.
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