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24 Hours in NYC: Where to Find the Best Eats for a Single Day in the Big Apple

Apr 4, 2015  |   Contributor: Maria Yates

They call it “The City That Never Sleeps.” But you, you do need sleep. And now you’re down to your last full day in NYC. You came here to see a few sites, maybe take in a Broadway production and enjoy the culinary offerings the city is famous for. NYC is a gastronomical delight for any foodie, with no shortage of restaurants to tease and tantalize the palette. With 24 hours remaining in your whirlwind tour, where to go? Here are my picks for a truly indulgent New York City foodie fest with one day left in the Big Apple:

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5 Restaurants in Paris Offering Picture-Perfect Views of the Eiffel Tower

Apr 1, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Yesterday, the Eiffel Tower turned the ripe old age of 126. On March 31, 1889, Chief Architect and Civil Engineer Gustave Eiffel’s two-year project came to an end. And Paris had its first look at what would become the city’s most recognized attraction in the coming years. 

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How Three Top Chefs Collaborate to Make Machneyuda One of Jerusalemís Best Restaurants

Apr 1, 2015  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

Machneyuda, Jerusalem’s award-winning, wildly successful restaurant is definitely unusual. The homey, hodge-podge space is filled with mismatched hand-me-downs, colorful wallpaper embellished with childhood photos of the wait-staff, and stacks of wooden crates full of fresh produce gathered during the chefs’ daily market runs. Even more extraordinary is the fact that it’s owned by three highly accomplished Israeli chefs: Asaf Granit, Yossi Elad and Uri Navon.

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Why Spain and Portugalís Iberian Peninsula Needs to Top Your Culinary Travel Wish List

Mar 30, 2015  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

Some things are worth traveling around the world for; great sights, sounds, and experiences that engage all the senses. That’s why culinary tourism is such a growing trend. Great food and drink are always at the top of my list. One of the most prized foods in the world that any foodie visiting Spain must try is Jamon Iberico, a.k.a. iberico ham, the country’s most prized national delicacy. Costing $1,200 and up for a 15-pound leg, the highest grade is more pricey than Champagne and more esteemed than truffles or caviar.

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La Jolla's Cafť la Rue Restaurant Rightly Reimagined

Mar 30, 2015  |   Contributor: Merilee Kern

Have a hankering for some European fare, but can’t fit a trip across the pond into your schedule? No problem. A visit to the recently re-launched Café la Rue, nestled in the heart of San Diego’s La Jolla Cove, will give you a satisfying taste of Europe, and then some. 

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ICH Hong Kong Teaches Guests How to Recreate Michelin-Starred Dishes With New Dining Experience

Mar 25, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Experiencing exquisite cuisine is one thing; learning how to make it at home from celebrated chefs is another. Recently, InterContinental Hong Kong announced their 2015 Cooking With the Culinary Stars series. The hands-on dining experience gives guests the opportunity to learn from and cook with chefs from the property’s Michelin starred restaurants.

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Quick Guide to 4 of the Most Expensive Atlantic City Restaurant Menus

Mar 20, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Atlantic City is full of great restaurants, but sometimes you want to dine in style—what better reason to dress to the nines than a night out at a fancy eatery? There may be a lot of options, but we narrowed the selection down to our four favorite fine dining establishments that will certainly leave you satiated.

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Stylish Moxi Restaurant Brings Cosmopolitan Concepts to Traditional Mexican Cuisine

Mar 20, 2015  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Enrique Olvera is without a doubt one of the best chefs in Mexico today, with his flagship restaurant Pujol ranked number 20 on the San Pellegrino list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. More recently, he opened an eatery in New York City's Flatiron District called Cosme that’s been getting rave reviews and has several other outposts across Mexico. Our favorite one is definitely Moxi, which is situated in the beautiful San Miguel de Allende city (a UNESCO World Heritage Site).

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32nd Annual Atlantic Cape Restaurant Gala to Serve Up Thousands of Hors D'oeuvres, Raise Money for Culinary Arts

Mar 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Bally’s Atlantic City will be hosting the 32nd annual Atlantic Cape Community College Restaurant Gala on March 26. A night of local cuisine, music, raffles and games, the event will highlight seasonal menus from over 40 of the area’s best restaurants with a special opening from the students at the Academy of Culinary Arts.

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LA's 2015 All-Star Chef Classic Treats Audience to Restaurant Stadium Experience

Mar 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss

It is always a special occasion when your meal is prepared by an award-winning chef, but it’s even more special when there’s an entire stadium of them working together. Back for its second year, the All-Star Chef Classic was held at L.A. Live last week, giving the rapt audience an exciting experience where every bite is prepared by a different star-studded chef. 

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Bay Ho is Home to a Local Farm-to-Table Restaurant You May Not Yet Know About

Mar 18, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

If you're a food lover in San Diego, you may have seen the name Kitchen 4140 gracing the pages of local food blogs and online magazines. But you most likely have no idea where it is located. That’s because the farm-to-table restaurant is situated off-the-beaten bath in a neighborhood called Bay Ho, where Clairemont, Pacific Beach and La Jolla meet.

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5 Dublin Restaurants to Check Out For a Thoroughly Irish Experience

Mar 17, 2015  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Dublin is full of great dining options, but sometimes something a little quieter and quainter is in order, making it necessary to branch out. But how do you narrow down the options? Well, we look for the five C's—classic, casual, Celtic, chic and country—and these fine restaurants happen to encapsulate them all. 

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Event Recap: Relais & Châteaux's GourmetFest Once Again Delivers a Foodie Affair for the Books

Mar 13, 2015  |   Contributor: Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss

GourmetFest is an incomparable annual four-day extravaganza featuring an exclusive roster of Relais & Châteaux Chefs and fine wine estates. This year’s event took place from March 5-8 in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. The Relais & Châteaux brand is an exclusive curated collection of over 500 of some of the finest, most discriminating lodgings and gourmet restaurants in 60 countries.

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Sip & Savor Vino and Local Fare at the Third Annual Cheese & Wine Festival

Mar 6, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

If you’re in Los Cabos this weekend, make sure to visit the third annual Cheese & Wine Festival tomorrow being held at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar Golf & Spa Resort. The occasion will feature cheese, wine and bread from 10 different vendors, including Vinoteca, Casa Madero and L.A. Cetto.

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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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