The Best (and Oddest) Burgers in the World + 10 Ways to Say 'I Love You' in Paris + a lot More from PASSPORT Magazine

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This month the PASSPORT editors travel the world to find out who makes the world’s best burgers, sample the romantic pleasures of Paris, and lick the most unusual and delicious ice creams in San Francisco!

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In the May issue of PASSPORT Magazine, the hetero-friendly gay travel magazine, the editors present several articles that are bound to delight foodies around the globe.

Readers will discover 10 Ways to Say I love You In Paris ...From decadent dinners for two, to sensual spas, to the tastiest chocolates in France! Learn where to go to light up your love life in the City of Lights.

In Search of… The Best Burgers in the World ... The results are in! PASSPORT’s Top 20 choices for the world’s most palate pleasing burgers are guaranteed to tantalize everyone’s taste buds. The editors have traveled from Taipei to Texas and you won’t believe what they found along the way. How about a chopped octopus burger? Or would you prefer a lamb burger with curry, onion bhaji and mango chutney? Mouthwatering is putting it mildly.

It’s that time of year when everyone screams for Ice Cream and San Francisco’s Ice Cream Scene is scooping some of the freshest and most bizarre frozen treats on the Planet! How about a dip of Lychee, Jackfruit, or Ube (that’s purple yam to you)? Get ready for some sugar cone kookiness.

This and a lot more is in the May issue of Passport magazine!

To schedule an interview with one of our editors or writers, contact Paul West at 212-594-6520 x 102

About PASSPORT Magazine: PASSPORT, the hetero-friendly gay travel magazine, is the only travel publication dedicated to serving the Gay and Lesbian community, their families, and friends. In September 2010 PASSPORT will celebrate its ninth anniversary. PASSPORT can also be found on line at

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