Food + Drink

‘Hey, Bartender!’ with Manhattan’s BlackTail

If you’re looking for a lush, dark-wooded and decadent room to while away the winter days (preferably over an expertly made cocktail), look no further than BlackTail. The Cuban-inspired bar occupies the second floor of the beautifully restored Pier A Harbor House, located on the tip of Manhattan, with...

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6 Must-Try Restaurants in Beverly Hills

There’s been much ado about LA’s more easterly side food scene, but be sure that its center has just as much going for it. If you’re looking for a decidedly adult, white-table-cloth sort of experience, Beverly Hills is the place to be. From the classics this town just can’t...

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6 Killer Avocado Toasts to Try in Miami

Avocado toast. Has there been a more played-out food trend in recent memory? In our estimation, likely not. But just because a certain dish has made itself the subject of countless ‘grams, that doesn’t make it any less delicious. We’ve gone through and selected some of our favorites in...

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13 Reasons to Hit Sessanta Ristorante This Week

As if you needed another reason. SIXTY SoHo’s Sessanta Ristorante, helmed by the talented Chef Paul DiBari, is taking part in NYC Restaurant Week, running January 23 through February 10, 2017. The food? Delicious. Chef DiBari has distilled Sessanta’s Southern Italian menu into a perfectly compact selection. For just...

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‘Hey, Bartender!’ with Ghost Donkey

Fun is the name of the game at NoHo’s recently opened Ghost Donkey. Here, nachos (fun finger food of note) and mezcal (a drink guaranteed to get a party going) take center stage. There’s a drink topped with flowers and served in a ceramic donkey, bouquets of churros served...

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Where to Eat in Highland Park Right Now

Los Angeles has been turning its interest eastward for a long, long time. As rents increase at the city’s center, innovative creatives move towards the perimeter. Case in point: Highland Park. Over the last three years, HP has started giving the likes of adjacent Echo Park or Silver Lake a run for...

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6 Guilt-Free (and Delicious) NYC Restaurants

New York City. This is the place people used to come to for gut-busting pizzas, pastas, and everything in between. Health food? Not so much. The tides have long turned, however, and this town plays host to the very best this country has to offer. Yes, even the healthy...

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Three Cheers for Carbs: Miami’s Best Bakeries

The new year too often calls for diets and fixes, cutting things out and keeping things at bay. Phooey to all that, we say. In 2017, we believe it’s time for you to sensibly indulge in all of the things you love. And if you love baked goods (and...

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A Toast to the New School of LA Bars

Gone are the days when the term “wine bar” summoned visions of condescending staff and high-maintenance dates. Likewise, beer has moved from man-cave property to something you can collect, savor, and be snobby about, if you like. The joy of the new school beer and wine joint can’t be...

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The Best NYC Restaurants of 2016

When it comes to restaurant critiques, few–if any–do it better than Pete Wells of the New York Times. He can be scathing (see his epic Guy Fieri pièce de résistance), elated, transported, thoughtful, sharply humored, or eloquently disappointed (who knew a chocolate soufflé could lack “conviction”?). Reading his work, how...

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