Food + Drink

The Most Historic Bars in Los Angeles

Drinking and history go together like beer and bar nuts. Wherever you go in the world, chances are your beverage of choice has deep roots. You might go to Italy to taste an ancient grape, or you to Brazil for an education in cachaça and caipirinhas. In Los Angeles,...

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Enter the New Home of Miami’s Best Cuban Sandwich

When you’re in Miami and you want Cuban food, you head to Calle Ocho. Located in Little Havana, the street is known for its cigars, coffee, and, of course, giant roosters. And, as of this month, it’s where you’ll find the new permanent residence of the newly beloved Sanguich...

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Oxomoco Is the Hottest New Restaurant in Brooklyn

Four years ago, a funny thing started to happen. Greenpoint, a neighborhood once ignored by friends and refused by cab drivers, began to buzz. First came a pizza spot, then a coffee shop, then a solidly decent restaurant. Next: one bakery, two bakeries, a flower shop, a place to...

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Milk Bar Comes to Los Angeles (Finally!)

Let’s be honest: everything chef Christina Tosi whips up for her famed Milk Bar sweets chain is anathema to a California diet. You will find no beet sugar and coconut oil here, no oat milk or almond milk or non-soy non-dairy alternatives. Tosi only works with the real deal:...

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Where to Eat During Miami Spice 2018

Miami Spice–that famed multi-month smorgasbord–is well underway, with the culinary festivities officially winding down September 30. With just two weeks left to go, it’s time to get moving on some incredible once-a-year deals at some of Miami’s best restaurants. This year sees the most participants in the event’s 17-year...

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Where to Eat During New York Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week is undoubtedly about what happens on the runways, but of equal import are the goings-ons at local restaurants, where editors, buyers, and fashion industry insiders catch up between shows, parties, and presentations. Whether you’re of this particular world or outside of it, these restaurants are the perfect...

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‘Hey, Bartender!’ with Bar Caló

The tiny flames from tea lights leap, hotly glinting against rows of glass bottles behind the bar. On banquettes of rust-colored suede, the youthful and elegant of Los Angeles’s Eastside sip on smoky cocktails, nibble on fresh ceviche and crispy tostadas. Its soft pink walls glow, giving the Echo Park’s latest...

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6 Must-Try French Bistros in NYC

Trends and whims are forever shaping the New York City culinary landscape. What’s on the plate and what’s in the room are both in a forever state of flux. Out with Brussels sprouts, in with cauliflower. Farewell to old-timey Americana, hello to clean California chic. But there’s one constant,...

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Where to Eat in Miami’s Wynwood Right Now

First came the artists. Then came everything else. In the past decade, Miami’s Wynwood, internationally recognized for its colorfully graffitied walls, has become a hotbed of cultural and culinary offerings. Art walks, food trucks, galleries, bars: Wynwood has it all these days–and it’s not at all far from South Beach. (If...

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‘Hey, Bartender!’ with L.A.’s Checker Hall

Once so popular, the speakeasy format–snaking your way through a kitchen, around a telephone booth, under a pizza box–has become a well-worn cocktail cliche that has thankfully faded into obscurity. The feeling, though, of being part of something secret is one humans will always crave, and it’s a feeling...

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