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Omni Resort’s New 2,500-Sq.Ft. Herb Garden May Soon be the Envy of Scottsdale’s Top Chefs

May 7, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Scottsdale’s Omni Resort & Spa in Montelucia is pretty excited about their new 4,000-square-foot Chef’s Kitchen and Herb Garden. Which makes sense, since it will enable Executive Chef Michael Cairns and Chef de Cuisine Tom Vykulil to offer guests the freshest of produce. Not only will the garden provide ingredients for the entire resort, including their flagship restaurant Prado, the new kitchen space will also be home to various epicurean events

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One Dock Prime: Kennebunkport’s First Stylish Steakhouse Set to Open in June

May 6, 2015  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Maine’s famed seaside resort town Kennebunkport, where the Bush family spends its summers, is gaining acclaim for its great roster of restaurants. This summer another major player will add some heat to the scene with the opening of One Dock Prime, the town’s first steakhouse, which will be found in the chic Kennebunkport Inn.

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Chicago Cut Steakhouse Claims They Are “The Place to be For a Power Breakfast,” Do You Agree?

May 5, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Chicago Cut Steakhouse owners David Flom and Matt Moore are striving to redefine the classic American steakhouse, offering diners not just a menu full of famous steaks, but also tasty side dishes, seafood, and unique salads.

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Spice Up Your Cinco de Mayo Celebration in a Flash With These 4 Los Cabos-Style Recipes

May 5, 2015  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

The best place to celebrate Cinco de Mayo is, of course, at one of Mexico’s unbeatable beach resorts with a feast, a fiesta, and fireworks adding bright colors to the starry sky. Unfortunately, everyone can’t jet to paradise for the festivities, so your amigos at the ocean-front resort Hacienda Encantada on "Millionaire's Row" in Los Cabos decided to share a taste of their hospitality with some easy recipes from their team of culinary masters. 

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The Hermosa Inn’s Cavernous Dining Experience Brings Castle Living to Scottsdale

May 1, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

It may be accidental (doubtful), but The Hermosa Inn’s new underground dining experience looks like a yummy nod to Game of Thrones' Westeros with its cavernous setting. As part of LON’s at the Hermosa, the newly opened dining space features a brick floor that contrasts with rock walls, while medieval furniture accented with red velvet cushions bring castles and dragons to mind. The small space is actually the restaurant’s wine cellar, but from now to September, it is a neat little hidden space for Scottsdale locals and visitors. 

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Sweetgreen Goes Healthy By Only Serving Farm-Fresh Cuisine at the Music Festival

Apr 27, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

It seems like each year puts a new music festival on our radars, events that give both an alternative and an accompaniment to the majors, like Coachella. The sweetlife festival in Columbia, MD—less than an hour drive from Washington DC—takes place May 30-31 and is put on by sweetgreen, a culinary lifestyle brand that dedicates itself to connecting the community with farmers and growers.

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Air France Debuts New Star Chef Guy Martin Menu For La Première Fliers

Apr 27, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Air France La Première customers may be noticing that their flights have gotten a little more Parisian lately and that's because the airline brought on star chef Guy Martin to design new signature dishes. Running through May, the new menu includes a starter and five dishes.

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A High-Flying Luxury Hotel in the Sky? Four Seasons Private Jet Opens its Doors

Apr 24, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Almost a year has passed since we first reported on the Four Seasons Private Jet and its around the world trip and now we can finally see what it looks like, inside and out. The Four Seasons has customized a Boeing 757 to be a high-flying luxury hotel designed to give you the same experience 30,000 feet in the air as you get on land. 

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Julia Child and Kurt Russell Make a Splash at Bacara Resort’s Food and Wine Weekend

Apr 24, 2015  |   Contributor: Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss

Although Julia Child is no longer with us, her spirit is alive and cooking. Besides the film Julie and Julia, there is probably no finer tribute to her memory and culinary contribution than that of the annual Bacara Resort’s Santa Barbara Food and Wine Weekend. After all, Julia chose to live out her final years in the area and, as we and many others can attest, she was a regular at the Saturday Farmers’ Market and her favorite neighborhood restaurants. 

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Six Tasty Reasons to Explore Malta’s Historically Diverse Cuisine

Apr 22, 2015  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Found in the Mediterranean, Malta is packed full of centuries-old historical and cultural diversity. As one of the smallest countries, the island has been used as a naval base for many different powers, from the Romans and Sicilians to the French and British, which means a wide range of cultures have called it home. Plus, with nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites—including seven Megalithic Temples—it's a pretty great spot to put on your travel list. With so much going on, it's no surprise that the Mediterranean island offers cuisine that is every bit as varied as the people who call it home. Here are our picks for the nation’s best restaurants to try.

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Houston's Top 10: The City's Best Restaurants, Museums, Shops & Hotels

Apr 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Houston is without a doubt one of the most overlooked and underrated destinations in the country. Which just makes it that much more fun to explore. With incredible museums and art collections, nearly 63,000 acres of parkland, more theater seats than New York City and burgeoning art, fashion and food scenes, there’s lots to keep you occupied. 

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Mario Batali's Babbo Pizzeria e Enoteca Finally Opens After Two-Year Wait

Apr 16, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Last night, celebrity chef Mario Batali finally opened the doors to his long-awaited restaurant Babbo Pizzeria e Enoteca. Co-owned by restaurateur Joe Bastianich, Batali tweeted about a new restaurant opening “very soon” almost two and a half years ago. Since then, Bostonians have been dying for a taste of the chef’s home-style cooking.

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James Beard Foundation & Celebrity Chefs Make Their Way to SD in May

Apr 16, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

San Diego is in for a serious treat come May. The James Beard Foundation has chosen The Lodge at Torrey Pines to host three days of culinary experiences overseen by celebrity chefs. Partially benefiting the foundation, the weekend’s chefs will include Food Network Star Beau MacMillan, JBF Award Winner Carrie Nahabedian and Executive Chef Jeff Jackson.

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James Beard Rising Star Nominees Gather in Chicago for Chef Dinner Series at Intro

Apr 15, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

We love a good dinner series, especially when its lineup of chefs includes rising stars in the culinary industry. It’s always nice to get in on the ground floor to savor a chef’s cuisine before getting a seat at their restaurant means a month-long waitlist. 

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Carluccio’s Sets Sights on America With New Restaurant Location Near Washington DC

Apr 14, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

With over 80 restaurants already open, Carluccio’s offers authentic Italian food all throughout the UK and Middle East. They've finally decided to venture to America, with their very first US location coming soon to Old Town Alexandria.

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