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The farm-to-table movement has taken the U.S. by storm with restaurants highlighting native ingredients on their menus, but Loews Hotels is taking things to the next level with their new food and beverage experience rolling out nationally this year: Flavor By Loews Hotels. 

Instead of simply featuring local ingredients as part of their menu items, Loews Hotels across the country are partnering with their cities’ resident artisans to bring guests locally-known products from baked goods to ice cream.

The Flavor By Loews Hotels program gathers some of the best and most popular local foods and beverages and allows guests to sample them all under one roof. In Miami, the birthplace of the program, guests can cool off with a scoop of Cuban ice cream from Little Havana’s Azucar Ice Cream; and in Tucson, they can unwrap tamales from Tucson Tamale Company. In Seattle, guests can sample smoked salmon from Jensen’s Old Fashioned Smokehouse, the main supplier of smoked goods at Pike Place Market for 30 years, and the list goes on. Whether it’s through the hotel’s restaurants, room service or activities, guests will get a taste of their destination brought straight to them.

For more information, visit loewshotels.com/flavor.

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