Bologna and the surrounding Emilia-Romagna region is often recognized as the best area for food in a country where the cuisine is fantastic everywhere. Virginia Miller digs right in, with her picks for the best places to wine and dine in the part of Italy that birthed such illustrious Italian staples as Parmigiano-Reggiano, prosciutto and balsamic vinegar.
Because every king-sized bed first requires a feast
Sep 2, 2014 3:00 pm
Long gone are the days when hotels could skate by with offering only insipid room-service BLTs. Nowadays, food and beverage is as much of a prioritity as designer guestrooms, inevitably drawing in locals to boot. Many a new property is slated to open this fall, promising some intriguing culinary amentities as part of the package. Alia Akkam checks in for a preview of seven of the most tantalizing accomodations.
What makes the Great New York State Fair so great? A batter-coated, deep-fried, Twix-stuffed, bacon-wrapped Twinkie, among other things. Veteran state fair correspondent Laurie Woolever (along with her 5-year-old son) reports from the heart-attack-inducing scene.
From a Michelin-starred chef's latest project in Lima to a night market favorite-turned-hip cafe in Hong Kong, Emily Saladino breaks down the 10 hottest international openings for fall. Bring your passport. And a hearty appetite.
Since the dawn of man, the town of Bruñol in Valencia has been celebrating the summer tomato bounty on the last Wednesday of August by hurling it at each other for hours, making pa amb tomaquet as easy to make as wiping a piece of crusty bread on your friend's arm. Tomatina, as the annual festival is known, attracts tens of thousands of tourists from all over the world. Particularly these British dudes, who declared it the best day of their lives.
Chicago’s dining scene is all about democracy — a blend of high and low cuisines, international influences and a scintillating, broad mix of tastes and styles. So, it makes sense that both casual bite-and-a-beer spots and pinkies-up-small-plates concepts land on our “most anticipated” list with equal fervor. Find out what's in store for the Windy City this fall right here.
America's great underrated food scene gets a boost
Aug 27, 2014 1:00 pm
What does Philadelphia’s underrated restaurant scene have in store for diners this fall? Read on for details on 10 of Philly’s most anticipated autumn debuts, a mix of celebrity chefs, rising talent and under-the-radar newcomers vying for theirs in this thriving (and competitive) culinary city.
Chef Paul Qui, of Austin's East Side King food trucks and the restaurant Qui attended MAD this year for the second time. The fourth iteration of the symposium in Copenhagen just wrapped up but not before we spent a day trailing Qui for the cachaça and fermented casava–infused ride.