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A Day With The Duchess

Palermo, Sicily--Anyone who has grown up with visions of princesses and castles and binge watched “Downton Abbey” will be intrigued by spending a day with a Duchess....

Charleston Charm

Recently voted the #1 city in the world, Charleston, South Carolina is a pretty port city founded in 1670, defined by its charming cobblestone streets, horse-drawn buggies and ...

Daily Bread

Before we answer that question, let’s indulge in a hypothetical:  You have twelve dollars. Which of the following two items would you rather spend it on: a glass of middling wine or a ...

Copenhagen: The Land of Great Danes

The capital of Denmark, which has itself earned the top spot as a country in the United Nations’ “World’s Happiness Report,” is a magical place that’s worthy of multiple visits. Home to ...

Food With A Sense Of Place

Growing up in Corsica, Alex Apparu, the chef at Southampton’s Tutto il Giorno, waited tables from an early age at his parents’ restaurants. His dad’s place was in the mountains, and it presented the young waiter with no particular challenges. His mother’s place was a different story. Located within the walls of a thirteenth century ...

Unmatched Waterfront Dining at The Pridwin Hotel

From the shores of the North Fork or from a boat traveling the Peconic River from the bay to the sound, a grand white structure sits peacefully atop a hill for all to see that pass by. A steep and lush green lawn spans the front of the building, while large trees shroud the surrounding property. It’s hidden away and protected by the ...

Marais Modern

August is an underrated time to visit Paris. In that month, it seems as though half the city has decamped to the beach. The streets are quiet, the blare of traffic having given way to a kind of Sunday-morning hush. And speaking of mornings, one of the nicest ways to spend it is with a stroll around the Marais in the third and fourth arrondissements...

Avant-Garde Cuisine Goes Casual

The South Fork of Long Island is no mecca of avant-gardae cuisine. Like most summer resorts, classics and old time favorites trump innovation. And why shouldn’t they? At the end of a day at the beach, people want good-tasting wine and...

Brits Gone Wild

London’s restaurant scene has undergone many changes in the last decade, all of them to the better. But the real sea change came about in 2012, when the global financial crisis triggered an improbably wonderful shift in the city’s restaurant culture...

Where to eat in Paris now

Not so long ago, Paris had a reputation as being a city in gastronomic decline, one whose hallowed culinary traditions have been overshadowed by new ones created by inventive upstarts in Barcelona and Denmark. But that’s not the case...

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