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  1. The picturesque harbor in Portofino seemed almost too small and ill-equipped to handle the two dozen 55-foot sailboats that converged on the Italian seaport last May for the final Ermenegildo Zegna...
  2. For those with sufficient foresight, the wait for jamón Ibérico bellota is nearly over. In 2004, La Tienda, a Williamsburg, Va.,–based online purveyor of foods imported from Spain, began accepting $...
  3. Jing Tio opened Le Sanctuaire four years ago for a selfish but sensible reason. The 34-year-old Indonesian, an amateur chef who came to America in 1991 to study accounting at UCLA, started his...
  4. Following his 2005 U.S. debut in Las Vegas, French chef Joël Robuchon has introduced his L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon to New York at the Four Seasons hotel ( www.fourseasons.com/newyork ). True to the...
  5. You Must Try This Al Forno, Providence, Rhode Island Nothing bars patrons from sharing dishes at top-tier restaurants, but few of these establishments are suited to the practice. Often, one or more...
  6. Creole Classic Arnaud’s, New Orleans Arnaud Cazanave opened his doors in 1918 intent on offering New Orleanians a spot where they could, in his words, “throw all care to the winds, relax completely,...
  7. Taking the Plunge Alinea, Chicago Grant Achatz does not serve comfort food. On the contrary, he sometimes wants diners to fear his cuisine. The 32-year-old chef considers dinner a theatrical...
  8. Friendly Fire The Anasazi Restaurant, Santa Fe, New Mexico The Anasazi Restaurant. (Click image to enlarge) Martin Rios’ menus showcase the chilies of New Mexico in such dishes as cinnamon-chili-...
  9. San Francisco Treat Restaurant Gary Danko, San Francisco If he wished, Gary Danko could make this San Francisco restaurant the flagship of a celebrity chef–driven empire. But instead, he concentrates...
  10. To his surprise, chef Walter Scheib III does more talking than cooking these days. Since leaving the White House in 2005, following 11 years of feeding presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush and...

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