2009 Bentley Mega-Coupe

2009 Bentley, the mighty new Brooklands. Summer travel featuring North American adventures, three highly civilized wilderness excursions. Plus, the ultimate yacht charter and the international guide to our 100 favorite restaurants.

The Brooklands, the new high-performance coupe from Bentley, is mechanical eye candy. The vehicle’s...
Journeying into the wild need not mean sacrificing the trappings of civilization, as these three...
We are enjoying a 2003 Bredif Vouvray Chardonnay and awaiting the crab cake appetizer’s arrival...
A boat engine roars, prompting thousands of birds to take flight. Their retreating formation...
Polar Bear Provincial Park, on Canada’s Hudson Bay, seems an unlikely spot for an extravagant...
Hudson Bay was the geographic heart of what has become, over four centuries, the world’s oldest...
Makers of custom shoes might employ centuries-old techniques, but their footwear still can appear...
The next-best thing to eating Peking duck at the Forbidden Palace—where it was invented centuries...
Robert Mondavi, Naoko Dalla Valle, Ann Colgin, and dozens of other winemakers are among the...
Australian winemaker Chris Ringland never had tasted paella until a business partner took him to...
Nadine Brown encourages oenophiles to broaden their palates without leaving this country. She is...
To be the best at shucking oysters, you need power, speed, and finesse, and the staff at Wiltons, a...
Isidoro Gonzalez opened La Super-Rica in Santa Barbara, Calif., 28 years ago because he wanted to...
The most popular dish on Marc Haeberlin’s menu at Auberge de l’Ill, in the Alsace region of France...
Wine and Indian food are just beginning their courtship, and Vikram Vij, a 44-year-old native of...
Te Mataré Ramírez transforms dining into an R-rated experience. Sensual artworks decorate the walls...
Each of the 100 featured restaurants was selected by one or more of the following vintners...
The Duo Grand, a conjoined pair of 6-foot-long grand pianos from Brunswick, Germany’s Grotrian...
1952 Siata 208S Spyder The 208S represented a reversal of roles for two Turin, Italy, automakers:...
The young customs man is at a loss. On this sweltering December afternoon in Grand Bahama Island’s...
Martin Lo is just one of the leaders of the Chinese boatbuilder Cheoy Lee: The others are his seven...
Though the winemaking traditions of the Italian peninsula are almost immeasurably old, the push...
Although history’s most storied smoker has a cigar shape named after him, his grandson, Winston S...
The Item. This is the passport that Wilt Chamberlain carried during his travels to Europe and the...
For close to 20 years, Robb Report’s sister publication ShowBoats International has hosted the...
The Massachusetts-based boutique speaker company Revel kept its original Salon speaker unchanged...
Life’s finer things sometimes have dubious origins. Such is the case with Springbank Distillery’s...
During the week beginning July 20, as many as 12 wine lovers will have a chance to sample each of...
This summer, Rolls- Royce Motor Cars will begin production of the Phantom Coupé ( www.rolls-...

FrontRunners: Third Impressions

Through June 6, Adelson Galleries in Manhattan is offering a collection of artworks by the American...
An exceedingly rare 1960 Ferrari 246S Sport Dino Fantuzzi racecar could fetch as much as $6 million...
Cirrus Design cofounder Dale Klapmeier says that when he thinks of the Cirrus SRS sport plane ( www...
Call it sculpture for your wrists. Armrevolution ( www.armrevolution.com ), a design firm with...
Atop a table in Geneva’s Grand Théâtre and surrounded by dozens of male dancers, Elisabet Ros moved...
The bicycle jockey was working so hard at being good. Perspiring profusely, he downshifted and then...
Gently prod the start button and it glows red, then pulses, like a beating heart. Touch it again...
A mock-up of the spn, the upcoming light business jet from Grob Aerospace, displays one of the...
The St. Johns river in DeLand, Fla., is not a good place to tip a rowing shell; it is home to...
The 16th tee of the Powerscourt Estate’s West Course invites lingering. You will want to stop at...
The Garden at Arrows, the Ogunquit, Maine, restaurant run by chefs Clark Frasier and Mark Gaier,...
Too many chefs usually spoil the pot, but this was not the case during the blending of the Jameson...
It is January, and David Calvo’s studio is quiet, just as he prefers at this time of year. The two...
"Why don’t you play something for us?" asked Dan DeMars, owner of DeMars Guitars, an instrument...
William Jamieson’s wares are not for the faint of heart. His 6,500-square-foot triplex apartment in...
When Traditional Arts made its debut on January 31, 2007, the London-based tableware maker kept a...
Last year, Robb Report ’s inaugural dining guide, "America’s Finest Dining: 57 of Our Favorite...
"I am a great artist." This declaration issues from the lips of the Communard refugee whose...
Elite winemakers cannot afford to let their knowledge stop at the cellar door. Just as they tend...
With all due respect to Joël Robuchon, Thomas Keller, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and other world-...
The way the owner of Mine Games sees things, a yacht’s sundeck should be more than just a place to...