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  1. Port may well be one of the most celebrated after-dinner drinks, especially when accompanied by a fine cigar. Despite such attributes, this digestif is far more popular in Europe than in the United...
  2. When the weather gets frightful—as it typically does in most parts of the country around this time of the year—there is no better antidote than a classic hot toddy. Perfect for warding off the winter...
  3. Few foods are as comforting as carbonara. It is the flannel pajamas of Italian food. Its historical roots are a bit obscured at this point—most stories of food origins are one part fact, four parts...
  4. Since opening on a quiet side street in the West Village in 2008, the Waverly Inn & Garden has consistently delivered one of New York City’s most illustrious dining experiences. The aesthetic...
  5. Soufflés are complicated. If not executed properly, these lightly baked French cakes will deflate in a mood-killing fashion. When they’re done right, however, they rise spectacularly from their...
  6. While many dishes and drinks are considered comfort fare, the greatest comfort of all may be the knowledge that your favorite things are always within reach. If one of those favorite things happens...
  7. No one said giving back had to come at the expense of having a good time. In fact, the Global Party , a philanthropic endeavor founded by the British hedge-fund manager Stanley Fink and the luxury-...
  8. If you’ve made a resolution to smoke better cigars this year—and you should—you’ll be excited to hear that a slew of fresh, high-end offerings will soon be available. In March, Pete Johnson’s meaty L...
  9. New Year’s resolutions may come and go—gyms will be overly crowed on January 2 and empty by March 1—but when it comes to resolutions, there are a few that are easy to keep. Drinking better is one of...
  10. In New York, the restaurant industry is more than $30 billion strong and employs about three-quarters of a million people. More than 42,000 restaurants welcome diners through their doors every day,...

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