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San Brussels: An Eclectic Dining Experience in Belgium

By: Sean Hillen   |   March 14, 2017
Luxury Travel & Leisure Writer | World Itineraries

Popular? A severe understatement. By 8:45 pm on a Saturday evening not only were all tables at this downtown restaurant full, so were all counter seats around the well-lit, open-style kitchen at the end farthest from the entrance. San Brussels,...

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Pop Bottles in Style with Your Own Sommelier Saber

By: Kat Ward   |   March 09, 2017
Assistant Editor | JustLuxe

After winning a major battle, Napoleon unknowingly began an international tradition when he sliced the top off of a bottle of champagne with a sword. The rest, as they say, is history. These days, sabrage is less about winning battles and more about...

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The Whaling Club

Fork Monkey: The Latest Foodie Underground Network

By: Beth Graham   |   March 08, 2017
Writer - food, wine and travel |

The travel industry is full of disruptors—Airbnb, Uber, HomeAway and others. So it should come as no surprise that the culinary industry is getting in on the game. There's EatWith, the food equivalent of Airbnb, while supper clubs and...

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Grand Velas Los Cabos Unveils the World's Most Expensive Taco

By: Kat Ward   |   February 28, 2017
Assistant Editor | JustLuxe

By now, it's likely that you've heard about the world's most expensive hamburger, the world's most expensive ice cream sundae, or another infamous ultra-indulgent dish. Though it comes from humble beginnings, tacos are now...

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Shaya

Three Chefs Who are Disrupting New Orleans’ Food Scene

By: Beth Graham   |   February 21, 2017
Writer - food, wine and travel |

New Orleans will always be a tourist favorite for cajun, but in recent years, there’s been a movement of chefs bringing their roots and ethnic passions to the city and changing up traditional flavors. Three chefs are leading this movement with...

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The Culinary Energy of ZUMA: An Interview with Chef Rainer Becker

By: Susan Kime   |   February 11, 2017
Staff Journalist/Luxury Lifestyle Expert | JustLuxe

On January 28, 2017, a new culinary energy emerged as ZUMA opened its doors for the first time at The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas. This opening marks the brand’s eleventh location in its international collection.  Created and co-founded by...

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Chocolate & Mezcal: A Perfect Pairing

By: Camille Austin   |   February 01, 2017
National Brand Ambassador | Montelobos Mezcal

There are two ways you can arrange a pairing: the first is by combining flavors that are similar to accentuate the obvious flavors found in the spirit. The second, is by choosing contrasting flavors to bring out "hidden" flavors or...

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Wines of Roussillon

The Widest Diversity of French Wines Come From Roussillon

By: Steve Mirsky   |   January 27, 2017
Writer | Persuasive Type

Surrounded by mountains and numerous topographical features resulting from a turbulent geological past, France's Roussillon wine region is cradled in a massive amphitheater-like bowl nestled in the South of France. The unique area...

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Forget Provence and Savor the Rosé of Texas Hill Country

By: Tricia Conover   |   January 18, 2017
Wine and Travel Writer | GrapeStone Concepts

Dry Rosé has been the darling of the wine industry for the last three years. Rosé is a refreshing, crisp, light style of red wine grapes that can be enjoyed year-round. Most people think of Provence in Southern France as the...

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Pop-Up Eatery Will Serve Food Waste Made by Michelin-Starred Chefs

By: Nicolle Monico   |   January 17, 2017
Travel Editor | JustLuxe

Fine dining can, at times, be a practice in daring eating. Whether it’s a cultural delicacy or a creative use of rare ingredients, top chefs love to mix it up in the kitchen and surprise diners with dishes they may not expect. One way...

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Bourgogne Wine Heritage: A Journey in Flavor

By: Steve Mirsky   |   January 16, 2017
Writer | Persuasive Type

Hilly terrain running roughly 37 miles from Dijon to Santenay in the Bourgogne region of France defines a patchwork of more than 1,000 climats (microclimates) producing a wide variety of mostly Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays. The sheer diversity of...

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7 Restaurants with Some of the Best Views in the World

By: The LuxeNomad    |   January 06, 2017
Dream a little. Travel a lot. www.theluxenomad.com

At these seven restaurants around the world, the food is just as magnificent as the landscape. And luckily, the views are on the house. Don’t let your food get too cold while you’re off taking pictures…...

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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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