Calling on all foodies! Put these 3 cities on your Canada bucket list and start discovering all of the culinary greatness the Great White North has to offer.

Wellington, Ontario

The small farming community of Wellington may be difficult to find on a map, but if you’re up for a road trip, you can follow the area’s 100-kilometer-long Butter Tart Trail. Learn about — and eat your fill of — one of Canada’s most well-known contributions to the culinary world.

Must try Restaurants: East and Main Bistro, Drake Devonshire

Full menu: East and Main Bistro

Full menu: Drake Devonshire

Fredericton, New Brunswick

If you just can’t get enough of Canada’s fresh, East Coast seafood, Fredericton is another town that thrives on salty eats straight out of the Atlantic. But when springtime rolls around, you’ll find folks in Fredericton munching on delicious fiddleheads sprinkled with salt, pepper and butter.

Must try Restaurants: Wolastoq Wharf, Caribbean Flavours Restaurant & Catering

Full menu: Wolastoq Wharf

Full menu: Caribbean Flavas Restaurant & Catering

Kelowna, British Columbia

The B.C. city of Kelowna has been growing rapidly, and the foodie scene has grown alongside it. The city is now home to award-winning restaurants that thrive on the area’s locally-supplied fruits, vegetables, meats and cheeses. But if you’re seeking a funky diner or cafe over farm-to-table eats, the city is ready to serve you that too.

Must try Restaurants: Bouchons Bistro, Raudz Regional Table

Full menu: Bouchons Bistro

Full menu: Raudz Regional Table