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Topgolf Takes Golfing to New Heights

Jun 29, 2016  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

  What happens in Vegas is usually pretty impressive… and play time at Topgolf is no exception. As far as golf entertainment complexes go, Topgolf is top notch.... Read More

Madison on Park's Brunch Cocktails Steal the Show

Jun 28, 2016  |   Contributor: Jackie Bryant

San Diego’s brunch options are always improving—which is great news, considering the crowds that flock for weekend eggs and cocktails. Recently-opened University Heights hotspot, Madison on Park, has just added brunch to its Cali-Med-inspired roster, complete with a creative cocktail list.... Read More

Race Season is Almost Here With L’Auberge's Opening Day After Party

Jun 28, 2016  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

L’Auberge Del Mar’s yearly after party following Opening Day at the Races has become the place to see and be seen. Attended by the city’s most fashionable locals, this year’s event will take place on July 15 from 5 p.m. to midnight.... Read More

A Peaceful Escape from City Life Awaits You at Oakwood Resort

Jun 23, 2016  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

A convenient escape from the city, made simple. If you want style, luxury, and taste to be words that describe your next big gathering, look no further than Oakwood Resort. With spacious suites, vacation homes, and event spaces, Oakwood is the place to begin planning your next group excursion.... Read More

Guadalupe Valley Culinary & Music Festival To Hold Inaugural Event

Jun 22, 2016  |   Contributor: Jackie Bryant

Mexico’s buzziest region and San Diego’s neighbor to the south, Baja California, will host the Guadalupe Valley Culinary and Music Festival over Fourth of July weekend. This is the Festival’s inaugural year, and from July 1-3 foodies and music lovers will descend on the Valle de Guadalupe for wine, craft beer, good music and expertly prepared food. The Valle de Guadalupe has been getting a lot of international press lately, all of which has focused on its winemaking, restaurants and boutique hotels. The leader of the... Read More

The Park Hyatt Aviara Invites You to Go Surfing With the Chef

Jun 22, 2016  |   Contributor: Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal

Surf, sand, sun and good food are basically the essentials of a perfect getaway. But we’re always looking for new ways to mix up a tried and true formula, and the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, Golf Club and Spa has pretty much outdone themselves with their new “Surfing with the Chef” experience. Executive Chef Pierre Albaladejo came up with the program as a way to merge his two loves—cooking and surfing—to take advantage of the resort’s prime location right on the Pacific Ocean in Southern California.... Read More

Le Virtu Takes You to Italy This Summer

Jun 21, 2016  |   Contributor: Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal

The chef and owners of Le Virtù in Philadelphia really want you to feel like you’ve taken a trip to the Abruzzo region by tasting their cuisine. The menu has been inspired by their experiences dining with family and friends there. The locally-sourced food takes its cues from one of Italy’s boldest regions, serving house-cured and butchered meats, pastas cut by hand and ragus that aren’t ready until they’ve simmered all day long. Le Virtù already makes you feel like you’re dining in someone's home—and takes that experience a step further this summer with their intimate chef’s table experience.... Read More

Queen + Adam Lambert & Kylie Minogue Headline The 2016 Singapore Grand Prix

Jun 20, 2016  |   Contributor: Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal

The 2016 Singapore Grand Prix is shaping up to be one of the hottest weekends for music and race car driving fans this fall. A stellar lineup of performers that ranges from dance to old school funk and rock has been announced for the weekend of September 16-18. Queen + Adam Lambert and Kylie Minogue will headline the event which also features KC and The Sunshine Band, Bastille and Pentatonix.... Read More

Wineries That Put Napa on the Map | Presented by Meadowood Napa Valley

Jun 17, 2016  |   Contributor: Meadowood Napa

While more than 400 wineries now call the Napa Valley home, it was the hard work of the pioneering vintners who made this distinct Northern California region what it is today. Here are five wineries that helped put Napa Valley on the map.... Read More

The Only Club to Frequent in Hollywood (If You Can Get In)

Jun 17, 2016  |   Contributor: Susan Michals

Imagine going to a club and spotting Norman Reedus, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sofia Vergara, Prabal Gurung, Joan Collins, Daphne Guinness and Mick Jagger all in the same place. Talk about multi-generational glamour. This what you can expect at Giorgio's, the invitation-only club at The Standard in Hollywood.... Read More

The Adventurous Omakase Dinner at Seito Sushi

Jun 16, 2016  |   Contributor: Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal

Although Disney Springs (formerly Downtown Disney) is chock full of big, celebrity-backed restaurants, those seeking a quieter dining option away from the crowds still have plenty of great eateries to choose from in the area. Seito Sushi in Baldwin Park was named Orlando's Best Sushi restaurant this year and offers an adenturous experience for those who love Japanese cuisine.... Read More

Chef Nobu Takes His Iconic Sushi to Paris

Jun 15, 2016  |   Contributor: Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal

If you haven’t been to one of Nobu Matsuhisa’s restaurants, you’re doing your taste buds a disservice. With signature dishes such as Black Cod with Miso, the Albacore Tuna Sashimi with Jalapeño Peppers and Sashimi Tacos, the master chef has created a following across the globe. But dining at Nobu is more than just a culinary experience, it’s evolved into a full-fledged luxury brand. Nobu hotels—with residences on the way—have popped up in chic destinations ranging from Miami Beach to London. Surprisingly, the cultural mecca of Paris hasn’t been privy to the chef’s cuisine, until now.... Read More

Say Goodbye to the Monte Carlo in Las Vegas

Jun 14, 2016  |   Contributor: Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal

One thing we know that definitely happens in Vegas is that the strip is an ever-changing work in progress. And the latest hotel to get a complete makeover is the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino which will soon be known as the MGM Park come late 2018. The new name is part of a $450 million renovation of the property that includes a complete overhaul of the guest suites and the addition of tons of new restaurants and shopping.... Read More

Surf City USA Catches an Opulent New Wave

Jun 13, 2016  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

For the past 20 years, Hilton’s Waterfront Beach Resort and the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa have been the only four-star resorts in town, with the uber-cool, surfer-chic Kimpton Shorebreak leading the boutique pack. But this month, Surf City USA catches a hip new wave with the grand opening of Paséa Hotel & Spa, Huntington Beach’s newest luxury beach resort.  ... Read More

Delano South Beach Launches Privileged Sundays Pool Party

Jun 9, 2016  |   Contributor: Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal

The beginning of summer means poolside lounging and plenty of Instagramable moments. To ring in the new season, Delano South Beach launched Privileged Sundays, a weekly pool party featuring tasty bites, cocktails and live DJs. Taking place at the hotel’s chic 7,000-square-foot pool, the party kicks off at 2 p.m. and doesn’t stop until the sun goes down. ... Read More

Grand Velas Set to Open Los Cabos Resort in November

Jun 8, 2016  |   Contributor: Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal

Grand Velas Los Cabos is set to open in Mexico’s Baja Peninsula this November, and is touting itself as “Beyond All Inclusive, Beyond All Compare.” Among its accommodations, a standout are the six two-level Wellness Suites. The spaces feature a spa concierge, Vitamin C sprinkler and crudité minibar. Or should you need a little extra room, the oversize designer suites boast ocean views, private terraces and plunge pools.... Read More

New York for the Untourist | Presented by The James New York

Jun 8, 2016  |   Contributor: The James New York

With virtually endless things to see and do in NYC, it’s important to be strategic when planning your sightseeing—so many landmarks, so little time. The good news is: swapping out some of the major tourist traps for more local attractions means skipping the massive crowds, long lines and unnecessary stress that goes along with them. Here are five savvy suggestions for having a relaxing and authentic New York City experience:... Read More

Hollywood Bowl Sets the Table for New Gourmet Food & Wine

Jun 7, 2016  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

Los Angeles’ most irresistible al fresco summer tradition has just gotten more delicious. The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association debuted its new premium dining program for the 2016 summer season at the Hollywood Bowl under the guidance of James Beard Award-winning chef Suzanne Goin and business partner Caroline Styne of Lucques. The former's team redefined LA tastes, and now that they’re taking over from previous concessionaire The Patina Group. ... Read More

Providence Hosts Two James Beard Award-Winning Chefs for One Night Affair

Jun 6, 2016  |   Contributor: Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal

Providence, a two Michelin restaurant, has made its mark as one of LA’s premiere fine dining restaurants in its almost 11-year run. To celebrate the milestone, Chef/Owner Michael Cimarusti is hosting a collaborative, multi-course prix-fixe dinner for one night only on July 19. Cooking with Cimarusti are James Beard award-winning chefs Daniel Patterson (of LocoL Watts) and Dave Beran (formerly of Next in Chicago). ... Read More

Downtown Miami Dining Adventure by the Pubbelly Boys

Jun 2, 2016  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

Everyone in Miami with any grasp on the culinary or social scene knows of the Pubbelly Boys, and loves their restaurants. People rave about the original Miami Beach location and inquire of newcomers: have you had their brunch? Have you been to Pubbelly Sushi yet? And if they work or live anywhere near downtown, they’re heading to the historic Langford Hotel to check out their latest, PB Station.... Read More

Out to Lunch in London

Jun 1, 2016  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Like most major cities, dining options are plentiful in London, and sometimes it can be difficult trying to navigate which to try. If you’re in the city for lunch, we scoured the scene to find a few choices to get your culinary experiences started. From hotel restaurants to river cruise boats and traditional afternoon teas, here are a few of our favorite destinations within the bustling city:... Read More

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