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Villanelle

There are a handful of restaurants in New York City that I refer to as hidden gems. These hidden gems you learn about through various ways. What you are unaware of, though, are the city’s precious gems. Some restaurants I enjoy so much, I tend to keep them as little …

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Weekend in Bray: Waterside Inn

Culinary enthusiasts have been flocking to the 16th century village of Bray to dine at the Waterside Inn for over 40 years. Scenically located alongside the Thames River about an hour drive outside of central London, the unique heritage of Bray has continued to remain a hospitality haven for its …

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WastEd: On The Roof of Selfridges

Before cheering on the 163rd boat races and sipping a glass or two of Chapel Down’s English Sparkling along the banks of the Tideway this Sunday, make your way over to the rooftop of Selfridges department store to savor the last few days of WastED. American Chef Dan Barber, created WastEd …

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International Waffle Day! 

Våffeleldagen, what we know as waffles are a wonderful treat that have become a global phenomenon. March 25th, Waffle day began in Sweden and historically signifies the beginning of spring. Celebrate this weekend by exploring the variety of waffles that the globe has to offer! For a hearty, healthy and …

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Faro

With five cooks aligned in an open kitchen, the farm to table Italian restaurant Faro is creating intricately plated dishes that are approachable, mouthwatering, and simply delicious.  Without a doubt, since the earning of their Michelin star this past fall, the restaurant which translates into Lighthouse in Italian has intrigued …

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Burns Night

Auld Lang Syne! A saying made famous by Scottish poet Robert Burns to commemorate past experiences as well as new beginnings. Scottish Chefs have been inspired by celebrated poet Robert Burns since his Address to a Haggis was first published in 1787. Haggis, a dish that is lamb offal in a casing …

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Bill’s Townhouse

Christmas is certainly in the New York air as 5th Avenue department stores begin to display their store fronts. It is a classic New York image painted in our minds; walking down the Avenue on the arm of our loved one admiring the beautiful windows. This holiday spirit entices friendly …

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Stumble until you find something

The first step is admitting you have a problem. I, Savanah Dickinson, suffer from a chronic fear of eating alone. Yes, I said it. I absolutely despise eating by myself in public places.   Since I’ve moved to D.C., I’ve been faced with the predicament of being hungry while wandering …

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Ann Arbor

I recently embarked on a week long trip to Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA to pay a visit to a friend who is studying there. I was pleasantly surprised by what this quaint city has to offer in the realm of entertainment, food, coffee, and culture. Along with being a welcome …

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Green Fig

New York is a melting pot. The variety of cultures that make up the big apple contribute to why this city is such a food enthusiast’s paradise. With cuisine options from all over the globe; even the most obscure, one will never go hungry.  When it comes to choosing dinner, …

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Restaurant Latour

As tourists soar into the city, New Yorkers are working hard for the weekend. Some flock east to the Hamptons, and some jet north to Cape Cod. While that weekend beach getaway is idyllic and offers a sense of romanticism, an escape to the rural countryside of Sussex County New …

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Trademark Burger

New York is full of restaurants, bars, and diners that offer everyone’s favorite treat. Since 1884, we all have been enjoying the hamburger. But, ask yourself a serious question. Was it delicious, was it worth the price? Do you now have a “burger hangover?!” It amazes me so much how …

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Le Coq Rico

Opening a restaurant in New York City is no easy challenge. Hiring and training staff,  late nights followed by early mornings, and last minute menu changes are the realities of opening a new restaurant. Perhaps, unless you are adept 3 Michelin starred Chef Antoine Westermann. Le Coq Rico, Chef Westermann’s …

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The healthiest drink in town

Our bodies may depend on water for health and life, but if you are looking for a drink that can inject your body with concentrated nutrients, a cup of freshly juiced vegetables is the best around. If, like many people, you think that a savoury drink would be about as …

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RSVP Social Club NYC.

New York City. It is a place the world admires, and a city that many covet to live in – and we do! We are the few, the very happy few who grin, bare, and flourish in the sometimes harsh reality of living in the big apple. We have the …

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New York Restaurant Week

 It’s that time of year again when many restaurants humble themselves, and when hospitality professionals cringe. Yes, I’m afraid to admit that I am referring to Restaurant Week. You either love it, or you hate it. Beginning January 18th and running through February 5th, 372 restaurants in New York City …

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New Years Eve at June

Manhattan chic in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. That is June.  Who knew? I certainly didn’t. I am one of those New Yorkers who does not like to leave their parameter. However, Upper Eastside and Upper Westside New Yorkers have no excuse to not visit this richly decorated Parisian all-natural wine bar! …

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Redlight Ramen

Bowls of noodles and steaming hot broth. These days almost everyone loves Ramen. It is a quick and easy meal, and it is popular amongst people of all ages. Ramen has three key components – the noodles, the broth, and the toppings. It is the broth, however that soothes our …

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White Truffles

While taking a stroll through Central Park the other day the colours of the leaves were magnificent. Autumn has arrived! One of the world’s most rare ingredients has arrived too; the white truffle. These are not the black truffles of Burgundy, France seen on menus all over the world.  The …

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