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This 250-Year-Old Colonial Home Serves Up Some of the Best Steaks in Boston

Mar 6, 2015  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

If you haven’t yet been to Scarlet Oak Tavern, you are in for a special treat. Situated in a beautiful 250-year-old house, the restaurant sources from local farms such as Webber Restaurant Group’s Gibbet Hill Farm and Scarlet’s own on-site garden.

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What Do You Really Know About Sashimi?

Mar 6, 2015  |   Contributor: Dennis Payne

While Beluga caviar is adored for whetting the appetite and Cristal champagne is a choice elixir to enliven the spirit, there is still no rival for the one delicacy that is quickly becoming the world’s most beloved food when it comes to nourishment, delicate taste, and happiness of mind. We are talking about sashimi.

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Five Icelandic Eateries That Offer Much More Than Just Adventurous Fare

Feb 24, 2015  |   Contributor: Danika Garlotta

From fermented shark and sheep’s head to sour rams' testicles, it’s fair to say that the type of food Iceland is traditionally associated with can be described as adventurous. These bold dishes aside, what many people outside of Iceland may not realize is that this small island country boasts a culinary scene that could soon be on par with the creativity of New York and San Francisco.

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New Israeli Restaurant Joins NOLA's Award-Winning Culinary Scene

Feb 23, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

The city that is known for being a mecca of amazing food, is now home to yet another great dining venue. Opened this week, Shaya, a restaurant from Chef Alon Shaya (Domenica and PIZZA domenica) and Chef John Besh will feature Israeli cuisine fused with influences from North Africa, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Turkey and Greece.

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Never Sign a Check at Mexico's Royal Hideaway Playacar

Feb 22, 2015  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

It’s kind of a coming-of-age awakening when you first venture outside the hectic city of Cancun in search of a more grown up resort experience on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. And if you value classic luxury, service and style, you will most likely find yourself at the Royal Hideaway Playacar. Part of the Occidental Hotels and Resorts collection is an adults-only, all-inclusive resort.

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Stare Into the Eyes Of One of the World’s Priciest Delicacies at La Trainera in Madrid

Feb 21, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Founded in 1966, Madrid’s La Trainera is a classic seafood restaurant located in the middle of the Salamanca district. Using all of its own boats, fish farms and markets, the eatery serves customers food that is literally straight from the sea. The interior décor is very fisherman-minimalist, with ship helms and lifebuoys on the walls, which allows the fresh fish to take the spotlight. 

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Explore Southern Tastes at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival

Feb 18, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

If you love food (who doesn’t?) and plan on being in Georgia at the end of May, you definitely need to factor the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival into your plans. Launched in 2012, the culinary event was created by entrepreneurial friends Elizabeth Feichter and Dominique Love as a way to bring an international spotlight to the rich traditions of the south—from Texas to D.C.

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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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