Food + Drink

Where to Eat During Miami Art Week 2018

Between the socializing, the swimming, and the actual seeing-the-art thing, Art Basel and its fellow fairs can work up an appetite. Lucky for you a whole slew of beautiful restaurants popped up this year, and they’re all ready to serve the high-brow masses this week. Whether you’re needing breakfast...

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L.A.’s Wittiest Sandwich Spot Gets a Second Home

Wax Paper. It might be one of the greatest names for a sandwich spot SIXTY has ever laid eyes on. It brings to mind 1950s lunch counters, picnics in the park, mothers in gingham with well-manicured nails. Oh, how two words can make you nostalgic for a time you...

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The Prettiest New Restaurant in Miami

Sometimes to make one gorgeous restaurant, you need a trifecta of talent. Case in point: Swan. The new Miami Design District hot spot brings together the talents of David Grutman (the hospitality guru behind LIV, Planta, OTL, and more), Jean Imbert (Top Chef winner), and Pharrell Williams (we’ll let...

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6 Cozy L.A. Restaurants to Curl Up At This Fall

Autumn in Los Angeles might not immediately conjure up visions of falling leaves and nights spent by the fire — but that certainly doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go searching for a charming hearth. Come November, temperatures get chilly enough at night to justify pulling on your wooliest of wool sweaters....

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At the Sushi Bar with Derek Feldman

Derek Feldman didn’t want to go into food. Not initially. He loved sports, studied sports management, graduated with the intention of going into the business of sports. But then he got sidelined. Put up in the hospital with an illness that would set him back for the better part...

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Where to Carbo-Load Before the NYC Marathon

In New York, on the first Sunday of every November, the streets fill with lithe limbs and pumping hearts. Runners of all sizes and shapes (and speeds) snake their way through the triumphant path that is the New York City Marathon. It is a literal journey, yes, but also...

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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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