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Utah Destinations You Didn’t Know About

From its gritty heyday, to one of the renowned film festival destinations, Utah not only beckons the adventurers to the great outdoors, its sleepy cities have grown diverse in entrepreneurship, budding with popular native and international flavors alike, even local craft alcoholic beverages, it’s no wonder many flock to Utah as an all-around destination; some even come to stay.

Brunching at Glass and Vine in Miami

Glass and Vine is located in Peacock Park in Coconut Grove. It was an ideal place, surrounded by lush vegetation, birds chirping in the trees, children playing in the park and a distant view of the bay. It was a beautiful day, with a mild wind wafting everywhere, slightly cloudy and not hot at all.

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pork roast with plums

Forget the fondue, it’s the meat in Zurich

It was time for a change, bring back traditional Swiss food from the land to the plate. Hung’ER Butchers Shop and Restaurant in the Park Hyatt Zurich is more than locally sourced. Chef de Cuisine Frank Widmer has been working exclusively with a butcher in the village Jona who makes sausages, dry ages meat and pork and with no waste.

Restaurant Find: Tuome NYC

Asian fusion restaurants are a dime a dozen in Manhattan, with Eastern-inspired eateries popping up all over the city. Whether it’s a mishmash of Korean and Mexican flavors stuffed into a burrito, or a hybrid of traditional Western dishes peppered with Thai spices, it’s safe to say that ‘East meets West’ is most certainly here to stay.

How to Ruin Eating Out

If you do these things, don’t. We bring you the do’s and don’ts of dining out. Follow these tips and for a more enjoyable evening for all, your server, too.

DC Dives: Ivy and Coney

Tiger and Cub banners are the only markers outside this bar. Equipped with a hot dog warmer, the bar does 3 things: Chicago dogs, Detroit coneys and booze.

DC Dives: American Ice Company

A turn-of-the-century ice company is reinvented as a “beers and steers” hangout in DC. Whiskey, mason jars, and barbecue abound.

DC Dives: Earl’s Sandwiches

Earl’s fresh roasted sandwiches in DC are “homemade without the hassle.” The sandwich joint boasts a menu of 40 options.