Spring break: A week-long adventure to get you out of the late winter rut and relax before the final weeks of school. Although hanging out on the beach or shopping with friends is always a good time, traveling allows you to explore different cultures, and more importantly, their local cuisine. It can be difficult to choose exactly where to go, so if you’re still searching to make plans or convince your friends of an ideal destination, let your zodiac sign tell you exactly which foodie spring break destination you should travel to.

Aries—New Orleans, Louisiana 

March 21-April 19

Aries are enthusiastic and confident, a perfect compliment to the unique culture of New Orleans. Highlighting the diverse history of Spanish, French, and American influences are well known foods such as gumbo, jambalaya, and beignets. Cafe Du Monde showcase their world famous beignets all over the city, with some locations open 24 hours a day.

Taurus—Austin, Texas

April 20-May 20

Taurus bulls will feel right at home in Austin because the city itself is home to the University of Texas at Austin Longhorns. Austin's culture is derived from the young college population, as well as its Spanish, Latin, and American history. Due to this, food choices in Austin are innumerable. From classic southern barbecue, to amazing ramen, to famous Bob Armstrong Dip at Matt's El Rancho, Austin has something for everyone. 

Gemini—San Juan, Puerto Rico 

May 21-June 20

Adaptable and curious Geminis will love the diversity of San Juan, Puerto Rico. The culture of Puerto Rico is derived from its strong Caribbean, Latin, Spanish, and American roots which are reflected in the food. Classic dishes like mofongo are adored around the island. Additionally, delectable pernil and creamy augacate showcase the history of this amazing island.

Cancer—Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

June 21-July 22

Cancers love being by the ocean and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is the best place for these tenacious and passionate crabs. South Carolina is well known for their rich, southern seafood meals. It's the ultimate foodie spring break destination for shellfish lovers. Timeless dishes such as shrimp and grits, Eastern Oysters, and She-Crab soup are famous in the area, and for good reason.

Leo—Cancún, Mexico 

July 23-August 22

Although Cancún is a well known spring break destination for those who want to really live it up, it is also a hotspot for great food. Located at the edge of the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, Cancún has an abundance of high quality sea food combined with authentic Mexican cuisine. Dishes like barbacoa and pan dulce are authentic and fresh, favorites of locals and tourists alike. Lobsters from the Riviera Maya are some of the best in the world and Lorenzillos is the place to go to have them prepared any way.

Virgo—Nashville, Tennessee 

August 23-September 22

Loyal and hardworking Virgos will love the vibrant bustle of Nashville, Tennessee. This "Music City" is always working to the beat of their own drum to be the best, and its world famous foods are no exception. Nashville Hot Chicken is rumored to be one of the spiciest foods in the south, but loved equally as much, and the best can be found at Prince's. Other favorites include sweet Goo Goo Clusters and classic buttery biscuits.

Libra—Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

September 23-October 22

Cooperative and social Libras will love the free spirit of Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. This Caribbean destination has a distinct culture of its own and a rich history from their Indigenous peoples from Spanish, American, and French occupation. Local dishes draw from all of these influences and are crowd favorites. La Bandera, named after the Dominican flag, which colors it mimics, is a Dominican staple. Other favorites include Sancocho, usually reserved for special occasions, and local fried plantains.

Scorpio—Key West, Florida

October 23-November 21

Always ready to challenge the status quo, Key West, Florida is the perfect foodie spring break destination for Scorpios. The island is the last of the Florida Keys and is home to the most southern point of the continental United States. Its unique location has given way to some interesting, but also delightful, foods such as Key Lime Pie Co.'s Key Lime Pie Chocolate-Dipped Bars, conch chowder, and Cubana Mixto sandwiches. Additionally, its prime location in the Caribbean Sea provides exceptionally fresh seafood for dishes that combine the best of Caribbean flavors and Key West culture.

Sagittarius—Las Vegas, Nevada

November 22-December 21

Fun loving and travel savvy, every Sagittarius loves a diverse foodie spring break destination. Between offering world class entertainment and five star resorts, Las Vegas, Nevada is the perfect spot to explore international delicacies and experimental fusion foods. There is something for everyone, from the health conscious foodie who still loves to indulge, the bold French sommelier who will thrive at Le Cirque, to the indecisive friend who can't choose between Mexican, Korean, and American food.

#SpoonTip: Take your friends to KoMex Fusion.

Capricorn—Miami Beach, Florida

December 22-January 19 

Pleasing the traditional Capricorn, Miami Beach stays true to its roots in Cuban and Latin culture. Yet, it also infuses international influences into their most iconic dishes, making it an ideal fooding spring break destination. Loyal Capricorns will love classic arepas with an abundance of fillings, seafood dishes straight off the boat, and local ceviche served over quinoa from My Ceviche.

Aquarius—San Diego, California

January 20-February 18

San Diego, California is a cultural hub, perfect for Aquariuses who want to take inspiration from all areas of life. With strong Asian, Latin, and Mexican influences in this Southern California city, food is always treated as an experience. Try a new twist on beloved guacamole with pomegranate, walnuts, and mango, authentic Isaan Thai curry in the heart of downtown, or crazy SuperNatural Sandwiches which take their inspiration from around the world.

Pisces—South Padre Island, Texas

February 19-March 20 

Enthusiastic and selfless Pisces will love the social atmosphere and aquatic adventures available on South Padre Island, Texas. Roughly 30 miles from the Mexican border, this foodie spring break destination combines American cuisine with Mexican flavors. Get some fresh seafood while literally sitting on the pier, enjoy classic American food with a beach front view, or indulge in Tex-Mex dishes after a day playing on the water at Parrot Eyes Watersports and Marina.

No matter where you go or what you decide to do, spring break is all about having fun with friends and enjoying yourself. So let the stars make the hard decisions for you and lead you to your next foodie spring break destination.