Fine Dining

Emily Hunt is a writer and editor living in Los Angeles. She studied critical theory and comparative literature at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the Paris Center for Critical Studies. Since then, she has lived and worked in Los Angeles, holding positions at the Los Angeles Review of Books, the world-literature and translation publisher Phoneme Media, and Robb Report.

The temporary eatery will serve “refined country-club” dishes and take reservations through March 2.
The six-seat booth provides an intimate meeting place in the nation’s capital and has its own rotating menu.
Executive Chef Thomas Lents and the culinary team at Sixteen are pleased to debut the first in a quarterly series of menus at the restaurant at Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago.
Head to two of Urgo Hotels & Resorts’ Florida locations, Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa and Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa, to soak up the sun...
The focal point for the festivities will be the hotel’s highly reputed Gaby Brasserie Française, where Executive Chef Sylvain Harribey has planned delectably French Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and...
This elite event features everything barbecue, including an old-school competition among 24 of the world’s best pitmasters and their talented teams.
3800 Ocean’s Executive Chef Larry LaValley of the luxury all-suite Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa, will take diners on a culinary tour of the truffle via their taste buds at...
It took less than three years for the exclusive abbey hotel and winery, dating from 1146 in Spain’s Duero wine region, to achieve the gastronomic recognition.
Urgo Hotels & Resorts is celebrating Thanksgiving Day on Nov. 27 with Ocean-inspired feasts at two of its Florida locations.
La Banca's authentic Italian cuisine meets stylish design and art by Olivia Steele
The island of Palm Beach, Fla., will welcome foodies from across the country this December for the eighth annual Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival.
Celebrating Coachella Valley’s fresh bounty, acclaimed Chef Jimmy Schmidt invites food lovers to a Friends of James Beard Foundation Weekend in November.
The intimate 11-suite luxury resort located in the heart of Chiang Mai welcomes the changing season with a luxurious winter menu.
Exclusive cooking videos launching by Sheraton Macao’s best chefs.
There’s nothing quite like Thanksgiving in the Big Apple. The festive atmosphere paired with a holiday feast at Gaby Brasserie Française makes for a scrumptious start to the holiday season.
Chef Thomas Keller is now hosting his own contest to find the next generation of talented young chefs.
Autumn brings a number of gourmet dining options to the five-star, luxurious Hotel Arts Barcelona.
In anticipation of holiday guests arriving at the Thanksgiving table with appetites emboldened by the crisp mountain air and Adirondack adventures, Lake Placid’s Whiteface Lodge is whipping up a...
An exclusive five-course prix fixe dinner with wine pairings from Maison Trimbach on Oct. 15, 2014
Famed New York eatery slated to debut fourth restaurant at Miami’s Biscayne Beach condominium in the City’s East Edgewater district.
Retired Anaheim Duck right winger and restaurateur Teemu Selanne accepted two dining awards – “Best New Restaurant” and “Best Steak” restaurant – on behalf of the staff of Selanne Steak Tavern.
The tasting will highlight dishes utilizing oysters harvested from waters spanning Provincetown to Nantucket.
Malibu, Calif., is better known for providing respite from the hustle and bustle of Los Angles than for its fine-dining scene.
Click to see which up-and-coming chef has been named our new Culinary Master for 2015…
Abadía Retuerta LeDomaine, the exclusive abbey hotel and winery dating from 1146, is calling on food and wine lovers to experience the “Gourmet Bliss” package.
Chefs William Bradley of Addison at The Grand Del Mar and Claude Bosi of London’s Hibiscus will present an elegant eight-course dinner at Addison, in San Diego.
It is fairly well settled among all but the grimmest misanthropes and most grasping misers that it is better to give than to receive.

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