Ask any Roman about Hotel Hassler and he will immediately tell you that it’s the most historical luxurious five-star hotel in Rome.
Sometimes when classic meat dishes go vegetarian, we are wary. But this recipe for a vegan BLT with eggplant “bacon” and an eggless sriracha mayo has our tastebuds dancing. Plus, check out what other meat dishes chefs are revamping to be plant-based.
Trying to find a great local spot to impress an out of town guest? Look no further, travel to NYC’s East Village for an unforgettable Italian meal at Tramonti.
Celeb chef Anne-Sophie Pic arranges her second gourmet market featuring passionate artisans and their products at Switzerland’s luxury Beau-Rivage Palace.
A Michelin-starred Alsatian wine and food restaurant, L’Atelier du Peintre is open for lunch and dinner and takes time to make sure the palates of their youngest patrons are pleased, too.
Princess themed cocktails and the “lit” brunch menu are only a few reasons why the Murray Hill pub, the Flying Cock should be on your radar for the season
Eit is a newly-opened restaurant in Rome from one-Michelin starred Chef Luigi Nastri. They don’t have a menu with traditional dishes listed but instead a list of 8 ingredients that the diners can choose from. Everything about the restaurant is about the number 8. Eight half seasons, 8 wine varieties for the wines and 8 tastes and flavors, even 8 tables.
Graffiti Earth an environmentally conscious, vegetable focused eatery using Persian and global flavors by Chef Jehangir Mehta in Tribeca, New York.
Explore America’s obsession and fascination of Chinese food with a special dinner led by Chef Lucas Sin of Junzi Kitchen and Jonathan Wu of Fung Tu hosted at the Haven Kitchen in New York.
Although quite a westernized dish, the birthplace of fettuccine alfredo is indeed in Rome. Discover the restaurant that created it.
An authentic Tuscan “trattoria” located in the East Village serving freshly made Tuscan food including pasta, bread & prosciutto carved in the restaurant.
Guava, mango and lilikoi flavors are some of the traditional Hawaiian flavors used by a classically French trained chef in Hilo, Hawaii. Baking with butter and squeezing fresh fruit juices are the heartbeat of the kitchen.
Taste Chef Franck Deletrain’s gourmet french dishes at Brasserie 8 1/2. With items such as the Loup de Mer and finish with a classic rendition of a french street dessert; the beignet.
Nestled in the famed rock ‘n’ roll Andaz Hotel along the iconic Sunset Strip, Riot House Restaurant & Bar offers a menu of fresh, local California flavors in a sleek setting perfect to start a night out on the town.
After exploring many corners of the world, honing his craft, the Michelin-chef Paulo Airaudo, is embarking on an exciting challenge as he opens his first solo restaurant, named after his daughter.
Striving to introduce diners to unique seafood that is often uncommon, Pascucci al Porticciolo Restaurant creates fish dishes that are some of the freshest in Fiumicino.
Pop-up restaurants have been around for a while, but now a foodie tech-startup is making it even easier for creative chefs and restaurateurs to plan and communicate their pop-ups to a global network of diners.
Nothing is better on a cold winter day than a steaming bowl of soup. Specifically, a hearty Greek-style fish stew, because no one does fish stews better than the Greeks, right?
At a young age of 33, Danish-born chef Kamilla Seidler has made a huge impact in Bolivia, now she’s ready to embark on new adventures with her upcoming 4-month expedition around the world.
For those of us who are impatient to visit Rider located in Williamsburg for brunch, read this post to see how you can create the Lemon + Fennel Doughnuts recipe featured on the menu
New York City’s Il Buco Alimentari now has a Chef’s Counter complete with the usual house-cured meats and home baked breads, but also sophisticated plates, too. The perfect blend of casual and enchanting.
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.
Spending the weekend in Manhattan and want something more than the typical bagel or hot dog to nosh on? Head to Café Americano for impressive fare to fill the hungry gaps for a mid morning, afternoon, night or any food break needed.
As preparations for his new and rapidly evolving venue in San Sebastián, Michelin-accoladed Chef Paulo Airaudo works non-stop on dishes for the new menus that will delight the foodie destination from spring 2017.