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Platea Offers Not One or Two, But Six Michelin Stars to Madrid

Feb 17, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Plaza de Colón in the heart of the Salamanca district is known for its honoring of the famous explorer Christopher Columbus (there are even two statues of the man); so it’s no surprise that it’s where the unique gastronomic experience Platea Madrid can be found. Spanning two floors, Platea explores a variety of global regions (just like Columbus) with their array of international cuisine.

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Which 10 Restaurants Get to Sit With the Forbes Five-Star Cool Kids?

Feb 13, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Forbes Travel Guide recently announced its 57th list of Star Award Winners, and it's everything we have come to expect from Forbes. The 2015 list has many familiar names across the three categories of luxury hotels, restaurants and spas, but it’s the new additions that are the most exciting. Using over 500 criteria points for giving establishments their five-star ranking, 

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Husk Nashville: An Edible Love Story Courtesy of James Beard Award-Winning Chef Sean Brock

Feb 6, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Over the past few years, there have been a handful of restaurants that  have lingered in my memory long after the fact. These include Nobu in Las Vegas, Addison at The Grand Del Mar in San Diego, Sea Side by Notos in Greece, and now, Husk in Nashville. More than just a dining destination, Husk is an epicurean journey.

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Boston's Legal Crossing Continues to be a Local Favorite for Fresh Seafood

Feb 6, 2015  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

The Legal Sea Foods name is a well known commodity here in Boston. Every New Englander knows dining at this seafood mecca guarantees some of the freshest fish in town. Last spring the group introduced Legal Crossing, a new dining concept in Downtown Crossing. This revamped district is one of the hottest new scenes for restaurants, theaters and shopping.

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Will Beyoncé's New Home-Delivery Meal Service Help Us Look and Feel Like the Queen?

Feb 3, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

At one time or another almost every woman has tried one of Beyoncé’s diets. She started us off on the maple syrup, lemonade craze and went vegan for 22 days last year, undoubtedly prompting others to follow suite. But if you weren’t one of the Queen Bey fans to jump on the vegan train, now is the time to join in.

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Experience Burgundy Through the Eyes of a French Chef With a 7-Day Cooking Program

Jan 29, 2015  |   Contributor: Beth Graham

When traveling abroad, I tend to visit familiar destinations, such as Italy, my former home. But when the opportunity arose to experience France through the eyes of a chef, I could not resist. Nothing on this trip felt touristy, it was authentic France. I shopped at the market for dinner ingredients, prepared gourmet meals alongside Frelon, visited with family winemakers and enjoyed leisurely afternoons in the village.

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The Edge Steakhouse Opens at The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage With Cuisine to Match its Stunning Views

Jan 27, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Perched cliff-side, 650 feet above the Palm Springs desert floor, the Edge Steakhouse at The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage is definitely on our must-try list. Encased in glass, the restaurant makes for a pretty dramatic dining atmosphere and promises cuisine to match, like foraged mushrooms with house-milled rice and braised lamb shank.

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Foie Gras is Back, Local Chefs Celebrate with a Special Prix Fixe Dinner at Kitchen 4140

Jan 26, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

After the California ban on foie gras was lifted earlier this month, many restaurants have been wasting no time getting the delicacy back to their tables. Farm-to-table restaurant Kitchen 4140 will be hosting a special event to celebrate the reinstatement of the French dish called the Welcome Back Foie Gras Dinner. The evening will showcase the culinary talent of eleven local chefs during a six-course meal on February 2.

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The Truth About Juicing: How Healthy Are Your New Year's Resolutions?

Jan 5, 2014  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Okay, we get that juicing might not always be the best thing for you, especially if it mostly consists of all those sugary sweet fruits instead of blending down some good ol’ fashioned kale. There are times when it’s more beneficial both in body and mind (and hungry cravings) to just sit down and eat an apple rather than squeeze a whole bushel into juice. 

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Sketch: The Coolest London Spot You May Not Know About

Jan 20, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The Michelin-starred Sketch in London is a triple threat. It has food and tea time, is a destination hot-spot, and acts as a cultural mainstay for art lovers. Started by French chef Pierre Gagnaire and restaurateur Mourad Mazouz, Sketch spans two floors of an 18th-century historic townhouse on Conduit Street, Mayfair and has been one of the city's coolest spots since it opened back in 2002—though it's recently been renovated. 

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Double Standard Gives Fine Dining a Casually-Chic SD Twist in the East Village

Jan 20, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Upon entering the East Village's Double Standard Kitchenetta & Craft Bar, you may notice that nothing seems to necessarily match, yet at the same time it all perfectly syncs together. To the left, floor-to-ceiling windows take up two walls and a vintage-industrial style decorates the space with exposed beams and bricks (a décor that many eateries are using these days). 

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Del Frisco Grille NYC Tenders Twists on Comfort Food Classics

Jan 20, 2015  |   Contributor: Merilee Kern

When I travel to New York City, I seek out those venues where I can be “one with the locals,” and immerse myself in the culture to get a true sense of an area. More often than not I find these opportunities off the beaten path, in mom-and-pop eateries or neighborhood watering holes where authentic atmosphere and Provincial fare reigns supreme, but nary a tourist can be found. 

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300 Chefs Gear Up for DineL.A.’s Winter Restaurant Week 2015

Jan 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

Well there go our New Year’s resolutions to lose a few pounds. DineL.A.’s Winter Restaurant Week is here and the two-week, bi-annual foodie event features special menu items at more than 300 Los Angeles area restaurants. Occurring January 19 through February 1, attendees can ventures through 14 days of prix fixe lunch and dinner menus prepared by hundreds of acclaimed LA chefs. 

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Time to Try Thomas Keller's Purée of Sweet Carrot Soup Recipe

Jan 16, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Whenever the weather cools down, soup always starts sounding more delicious than ever. Especially if the soup has been created by Thomas Keller of The French Laundry and Per Se. Keller crafted this Purée of Sweet Carrot Soup for All-Clad Cookware, of which he is an ambassador, and we can't get over how tasty it looks. With fresh vegetables and very little butter, it looks perfect for sticking with our healthy eating resolutions.

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7 New London Restaurants Debuting in 2015 for Your Foodie Pleasure

Jan 16, 2015  |   Contributor: Emyr Thomas

London's restaurants are at the top of their game at the moment and they don’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. Here’s a list of seven of the best new London restaurants opening in 2015.

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