Things to Do in Dundee

Visiting the historic Dundee neighborhood is a culinary excursion for foodies craving travel-worthy food. Dundee’s flavor is a mix of tender pork belly meat, juicy burgers, garlic-filled pasta, savory mozzarella, and sweet-salty-creamy-gooey-everything-you-crave-and-more ice cream.

Chef-based restaurants, serving locally sourced ingredients in artfully presented dishes, fill the neighborhood with tempting scents. Indulge in coal-fire pizza at Pitch Pizzeria, Northern Italian fare at Avoli Osteria, and a mixture of European fare at Amsterdam Falafel & Kabob, Dario’s Brasserie and Marks Bistro. Cap off dinner with ice cream at eCreamery, an Oprah fav, and check out the Dundee Dell’s Scotch whisky collection - one of the nation’s largest. Burn off post-meal calories shopping at Hello Holiday.

Dundee Fun Fact: In 1945 during WWII a Japanese balloon bomb exploded over Dundee. Very few of these Japanese bombs made it that far inland. Today, a plaque commemorates where the bomb exploded (Can you find it? Hint – It’s located in the perfect place to get the ‘scoop’ on what’s happening in Dundee).

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