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America’s Best Food & Wine Festivals 2017

America’s Best Food & Wine Festivals 2017

This monthly guide covers the largest and best culinary festivals in the United States in 2016. January Jan 25 – 29  Key West Food & Wine Festival; Key West, FL, keywestfoodandwinefestival.com, 305-292-1622 Jan 27 – 29  Oregon Truffle Festival; Eugene, Oregon, oregontrufflefestival.com, 503-296-5929 Jan 27 – 29  Naples Winter Wine Festival; Naples, FL, napleswinefestival.com, 888-837-4919 Jan 27 – 29  Mohegan Sun Winefest; Uncasville, CT, www.sunwinefest.com, […]

Eating & Drinking in Montreal

Eating & Drinking in Montreal

Since our last visit to Montreal a number of years ago, the dining scene has exploded. Part of this can be traced back to the 2005 debut of Joe Beef  – now part of a buzzy mini-group of three hotspots – and its perennial inclusion on the World’s Fifty Best Restaurants list. But just as […]

Europe’s Best Beer Drinking Destinations

Europe’s Best Beer Drinking Destinations

Beer experts Bob and Ellie Tupper have just released their new book, Drinking in the Culture, an exhaustive guide to all the best places to drink beer in Europe. Here are their top 10 favorites in an excerpt from the book. #10.  Sheffield, England.  Hop off a train and into a bar. Many European cities […]

Eating Through Austin Texas

Eating Through Austin Texas

The state capital of Texas, Austin is also culinary ground zero for delicious barbecue, Tex-Mex, food trucks, even pizza. Whether you hit the city for SXSW (South by Southwest), the University of Texas or as the gateway to Hill Country, you won’t lack for great dining options. Barbecue Texas barbecue may revolve around world famous […]

Paris Dining & The Rise of the Bistronomie

Paris Dining & The Rise of the Bistronomie

In the past few years, a new breed of chef has brought influences from around the world and a hyper-seasonal touch to French cooking with a wave of casual restaurant openings in Paris. In a society with rigid designations for its eating establishment – the bistro, the brasserie, le restaurant – a new category has […]

Wining and Dining in Florence Without Breaking the Bank.

Wining and Dining in Florence Without Breaking the Bank.

Like most destinations, Florence, Italy has numerous restaurants of varying quality and authenticity. However, with a little effort and patience, it is possible to have an authentic Italian experience and find great value for exceptional food. Famous for its bustling street market, the area around San Lorenzo overflows with eateries just waiting to rip off […]

Venice Eating & Drinking

Venice Eating & Drinking

Venice’s restaurant scene is centered around fish and seafood. Be prepared to pay for quality, though, as good restaurants only serve ingredients from the Rialto market or caught by fishermen who still ply their trade in the lagoon or sea beyond. Unfortunately, the captive tourist market means that many restaurants traffic in pizza, cheap prix-fixes and frozen […]

Affordable Eats in Melbourne Australia

Affordable Eats in Melbourne Australia

A decade ago, a good meal in Melbourne meant you were limited to a handful of places, many of which have been serving the community for decades. Nowadays, hip new places open every month, and just as many change hands or close. Here is our guide on where to eat cheap in Melbourne, Australia. Melbourne […]

Barolo, Italy

Barolo, Italy

Barolo holds an exalted place in the pantheon of Italy’s winemaking tradition. The town and its surroundings, about an hour south of Torino in Piedmont, produce some of the most highly prized wines in the world. While luxury often comes with a cost, the town of Barolo itself has plenty of affordable options for wine […]

Yarra Valley, Australia

Yarra Valley, Australia

There’s a joke Australians like to make about their wines: we drink the best and export the rest. While this bravado is often for the benefit of tourists (indeed, Australia exports 60% of their wine), those who visit the country can find remarkable wines in lesser-known regions with picturesque estates and charming cellar doors. An […]

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Rabat, Morocco

Rabat, Morocco’s capital city, is flush with history and culture unbeknownst to the many Morocco-bound tourists who flock to Tangiers and Casablanca. For those who venture off the beaten path, however, Rabat will prove just as rewarding.

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