Santiago, Chile, March 13, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Ever since The New York Times placed Santiago atop its "41 Places to Go in 2011" list, there has been a non-stop buzz in the Chilean capital that has tourists flocking here by the thousands.
Tuning into tourists’ need for an all-inclusive, English language guide of Santiago for both visitors and expats, Liz Caskey of Liz Caskey Culinary & Wine Experiences penned Eat Wine Santiago to give travelers the confidence to explore the city with ease.
“Food is such an integral part of life that I believe it should never, ever, cause frustration,” Caskey said.
Caskey has become an expert on food, wine and Chilean culture since settling in Santiago ten years ago.
Eat Wine Santiago Second Edition dives into uncovering the vibrant restaurant and food scene in Santiago: gourmet restaurants, local joints and eateries, open-air markets, colloquial sandwich spots, thriving wine bars, clubs, coffee shops, specialty stores and more. The guide’s mission is to help reader’s unearth the tastiest gems and buzzing culture that the cosmopolitan Chilean capital has to offer.
The second edition of the guide was officially launched on Wednesday, March 2, 2011, and has already sold many copies. The first edition premiered in December of 2009.
Liz Caskey Culinary & Wine Experiences is boutique travel design firm offering deluxe customized, private culinary, wine and cultural tours in Chile, Argentina and Uruguay. For more information on the guide or Liz Caskey Culinary & Wine Experiences, visit the Web sites listed below.
Liz Caskey, co-owner
Kelsey Bennett, PR and media department
Liz Caskey Culinary & Wine Experiences
U.S. Direct: 904-687-0340
Chile: (56-2) 632 15 11