The reincarnation of Charlie Palmer’s Manhattan flagship restaurant, Aureole, includes a display of 3,500 wine bottles in a vaulted mezzanine
When chef Timothy Hollingsworth took over the helm at The French Laundry (TFL, to insiders) one might have expected some anxiety on his part.
If you’re seeking stylish ambiance and a star-studded New York social scene along with great cuisine, check out the Standard Grill, the la
"I apply Coco Chanel’s theory of getting dressed to my cooking," says Michael White, the Michelin-starred chef of Manhattan’s new and alre
A top French chef will open a restaurant in the Bright Light City while a young American chef expands his presence in the City of Ligh
Holiday Dinner by Kelly Wearstler
Twenty years after he opened Aureole, his first restaurant, culinary impresario Charlie Palmer decided it needed a makeover.
Built in 1907 as a men’s-only bar within the Plaza Hotel, the Oak Room has remained a legendary establishment for more than a century.
"Simplicity is luxury," says hotelier Phil Sherburne in describing his vision for Bardessono, a resort and spa in the Napa Valley town of
There are many components to a memorable meal—food, wine, company, and setting.
Walk into Minetta Tavern on any night of the week and it’s as though you’ve gone from black and white to color; the joint, it jumps.
Just in time for the hot summer days, French chocolatier La Maison du Chocolat unveiled a special collection that echoes the flavors, aromas,
When acclaimed chef Andrew Carmellini left A Voce, there was much debate over where he’d next cook and, in his absence, where his devotees wo
Michael Chiarello may be a native of Northern California, but he is a son of southern Italy.
When Le Cirque opened in 1974, it received immediate criticism.
As part of a recent $1 billion renovation, Fontainebleau Miami Beach has added three new fine dining restaurants to its culinary offerings: G
It’s no secret that Sam Nazarian loves Los Angeles.
The secret is out—sort of.
Before Steve Wynn opened Encore in December, interior designer Roger Thomas described the resort as "Wynn Las Vegas’ little sister who wen
Standing at the edge of Tivoli Gardens—the 19th-century amusement park in Copenhagen that inspired Disneyland—one begins to understand why a
The German kitchen-design company Poggenpohl further blurs the line between workplace and home—specifically the kitchen—with its new
With a fire blazing in the hearth, we sit around Otahuna Lodge’s massive dining-room table discussing the day’s activities and past travels.
To the restaurant’s other diners, everything at our table no doubt appears in order.
"You know what i would like to do?" begins Alain Ducasse, the peripatetic French chef. "I would like to build a restaurant on Mars."
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Serious practitioners of the art may cite endless rules for successful barbecuing, but Steven Raichlen grills by just three: "Keep it hot
The private dining rooms at Gordon Ramsay at the London West Hollywood (