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Boston Dining

Boston Dining

The idea of eating out in Boston can conjure up images of argyle sweater wearing diners gulping down clam chowder followed by twin lobsters, but Boston is more than one of the top destinations in the world for fantastic seafood. In fact, Boston boasts an amazing diversity in its dining scene with excellent Italian, French […]

Cafe Culture – Western Europe

Cafe Culture – Western Europe

Our author loves cafes – not only because she is a coffee aficionado but also because they reveal the social fabric of a place. In cafés, the working day is suspended long enough to allow the trading of gossip or an argument about politics over a cup of coffee. For travelers, these places are a […]

Long Island Wine Country

Long Island Wine Country

The quaintly rural Long Island wine country, which showcases world-class winemaking in the last truly working agricultural areas on the island, is close enough to New York City for a day trip but also far enough away to be worth a longer, more relaxed visit. Visiting Long Island Long Island wine country first hit the […]

Champagne Tasting in Reims

Champagne Tasting in Reims

France considers its wine a national treasure, and the crown jewel of that treasure is champagne. The houses – Bollinger, Krug, Pommery, Taittinger, Veuve Cliquot – are well known to aficionados and many welcome visitors for a look behind the mystique.

Rome Dining

Rome Dining

For a true taste of Rome, enjoy the city’s delicious specialities in its buzzing trattorias and ristorante. Romans love to eat and the cuisine is hearty, meaty and rich. Although you are half an hour from the sea, fish is not a major part of the Roman diet. Classic Roman dishes include pasta all’amatriciana (tomato […]

Small Plates Dining Favorites

Small Plates Dining Favorites

The “small plates” trend continues unabated, with some of the highest profile new restaurants eschewing appetizers and entrees for this less formal way of eating. These types of restaurants are great for groups and can be easier on the pocket too – if you order smartly. Here are some of our favorite spots for small […]

New Orleans Dining & Imbibing

New Orleans Dining & Imbibing

You can visit New Orleans to party or you can experience the unique local cuisine and long history of cocktail creation. Or you can take our recommendation and do both.

Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Bourbon is undergoing a remarkable renaissance in America. And what better way to experience its resurgence than to tour the hilly backcountry of Kentucky, which produces nearly all the bourbon in the world. Bourbon is a uniquely American product, as it must be produced in the U.S. by act of Congress. Technically a whiskey since […]

London Dining for Less

London Dining for Less

With the continued strength of the British pound, it is always a challenge to eat well for less in London. This guide will help you find the best deals, from ethnic eats to gastropubs to Michelin-star dining. One alternative is to go ethnic – the city’s diversity means you can have excellent Indian, Chinese or […]

San Francisco Dining

San Francisco Dining

San Francisco is a premier dining destination with access to California’s produce year-round and the twin wine countries of Sonoma and Napa. The diversity in the dining scene is staggering for a city of its size, offering everything from tacos to four star dining. The first stop for anyone interested in food is the Ferry […]

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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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