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Chef Jeanie Roland Dishes on her R.I. Eatery, Taylor Swift & Bobby Flay

By: Steve Mirsky   |   September 29, 2016
Writer | Persuasive Type

Several long blocks outside the picturesque village of Westerly, Rhode Island sits the casually-elegant Ella's Fine Food & Drink, helmed by seven-time James Beard-nominated Chef Jeanie Roland. The eatery serves seasonally-influenced...

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A Culinary Marriage of Savory Proportions

By: Susan Kime   |   September 23, 2016
Staff Journalist/Luxury Lifestyle Expert | JustLuxe

Even though we dined at Andiron Steak & Sea months ago, the flavors of the meal still linger in our memory. While in Las Vegas, we had heard about this restaurant by two food writers. The eatery, which sits about 30 minutes outside of town in...

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Dined at the Best Michelin Starred Restaurants in Asia Yet?

By: The LuxeNomad    |   September 14, 2016
Dream a little. Travel a lot. www.theluxenomad.com

Dining at a Michelin Star restaurant is a bit like booking a night at a five-star hotel. You don’t know exactly what these stars mean, but you know you’re getting the best of the best. So before we dive into telling you where and what to...

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A Passion For Wine, Redefined

By: Beth Graham   |   September 01, 2016
Writer - food, wine and travel |

As a grad student at Stanford in 1989, Argentinean Santiago Achaval discovered a passion that many college scholars are just experiencing: the love of wine. And not just any brand, fine wines. Weekend road trips to Napa and Sonoma bested his...

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Understanding the History & Profiles of Southwest France Wines

By: Steve Mirsky   |   August 31, 2016
Writer | Persuasive Type

Southwest France is defined by a wide range of geographical distinctions yielding diverse landscapes, each with their own unique microclimates producing a total of 300 grape varieties, 120 of which are native to the area. Wine trade throughout much...

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The Winning Wines of the 2015 En Primeur Campaign

By: Alexander Westgarth   |   August 08, 2016
CEO | Westgarth Wines

Now that all the excitement and anticipation of the 2015 En Primeur campaign has diminished, merchants, collectors and even consumers have had the chance to more clearly reflect on what is truly a vintage of mixed reviews. While many hoped that this...

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Farm-To-Bottle: The Importance of Going Organic With Your Spirits

By: Iván Saldana    |   August 04, 2016
Co-Founder and Creator | Montelobos Mezcal

In the last 100 years, the food and drink industries have experienced an immense transformation. As companies begin to take over and mass produce, naturally the demand for raw materials increases drastically, and the emphasis on quantity over...

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An Evening at One Of The Most Prestigious Private Dining Clubs In The World

By: Parm Parmar   |   August 02, 2016
Travel & Food Writer, Photographer | Planet Blue Adventure

Having planned a trip to the U.K., Jason Bangerter Executive Chef of Langdon Hall, provided me with an introduction to Mosimann’s in London. As most people in the know recognize, Mosimann’s is one of London’s premiere private clubs...

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Top 4 Mountain Restaurants in Val d'Isere

By: Danny Frith   |   July 19, 2016
Owner/Director | SkiBoutique

In France, Val d’Isere is among the region’s best ski resorts. Along with terrific slopes, the destination is known for having some pretty great restaurants. And as avid ski bunnies know, one of the highlights of any ski day is your...

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The Rise of Natural Wine

By: Jackie Bryant   |   July 18, 2016
Lifestyle Editor | JustLuxe

There are big changes afoot in the wine industry. Generally, what trends in food extends to wine and spirits—take the craft cocktail movement, for example. Spurred on by farm-to-table eating and using local, small producers, sourcing premium,...

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Nice to Meat You: Penn & Teller Take On Guy Savoy

By: Kat Ward   |   July 13, 2016
Creative Assistant | JustLuxe

Leave it to Penn & Teller to try to do something outside of their typical comedy wheelhouse. The famed comedy duo turn to Michelin-starred Guy Savoy—sister to the flagship restaurant of the same name in Paris—to learn a little bit...

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Houston's Blossoming Summer Bar Scene

By: St. Regis Houston   |   June 29, 2016
Five-Star Resort | Texas

Summer is officially in full swing and Houston is ready to celebrate with fresh, seasonal food and more importantly, fabulous cocktails. If you’re looking for a place to start, The St. Regis Houston is it. Inside, Remington Bar is mixing up...

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WP24 by Wolfgang Puck
Los Angeles, CA | Chinese

Esquire Magazine - One of the Best New Restaurants of 2010! Food & Wine Magazine - One of the Best New Restaurants in America! Los Angeles Times - Three Stars!

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Craft Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA | Contemporary American

Tom Colicchio's Craft in New York City received the James Beard Award for Best New Restaurant nationwide in 2002, and five years later brought Craft across the country to join the other "top chefs" in Los Angeles. His new American dishes marry the finest

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Melisse
Los Angeles, CA | French, American

Melisse is both a two Michelin Star Award winning restaurant and the recipient of Zagats highly coveted number one rated restaurant in Los Angeles since 2003. Situated in Santa Monica, Melisse inspires all of the senses with its chic ambiance, superb,

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