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Out Now: Immaculate Infatuation Guide To Killing It This Summer

Here's how to start really enjoying the heat in NYC
Jun 24, 2013 11:02 am

Trust the guys from Immaculate Infatuation when it comes to staying occupied and full in New York City. Time to get your hands their second annual Immaculate Infatuation Guide To Killing It This Summer, complete with hot weather eating and drinking, where to wander when you're not doing either, and how to get to the next great eating experience from where you've been wandering.

10 Very Cool Upcoming Food Festivals You Should Think About Attending

Portland, Chicago, Copenhagen, Nashville and more
Jun 11, 2013 9:01 am

Food festivals have certainly come a long way in the past couple of years. They have become star-studded affairs, complete with heady promises of once-in-a-lifetime meals and coveted VIP ticket packages that cost north of $1,000. We are here to point you towards the most exciting festivals, from the summer through the end of the calendar year - in the United States and overseas.

Coachella: 8 Places To Eat And Drink When Not Watching Bands And Shooting Selfies

Superb Mexican, Indian, date shakes. Date shakes!?
Apr 9, 2013 2:02 pm

Now the line on Palm Springs has always been that the food is pretty much bullshit. The critique is correct. It’s not as diverse as major cities and there are some real tourist traps. But after a couple recent visits, I’ve found some really good places — and a couple that are simply outstanding. Here is a list of eight.

6 Ways To Drink Like A Craft Beer Expert

Talk the craft brew talk. And drink well too.
Feb 11, 2013 6:03 pm
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In the last three decades, America has undergone a slow seismic shift in its approach beer. 30 packs of watery Busch Light and longnecks of Bud have lost their luster, as novel beers that are as bitter as grapefruits, aged in bourbon barrels or even dosed with wild yeasts have slid into the spotlight.

The Game-Changing Vegas Buffet That Inspired A Smorgasbord Arms Race

Caesar's ups the already flashy Vegas buffet game
Jan 21, 2013 1:01 pm

Last fall, Caesar's Palace spent over $17 million to transform their Cafe Lago buffet into the new Bacchanal Buffet. Within two weeks of opening, the impact was felt. If you're headed to Vegas anytime soon and enjoy the buffet scene, here's why you'll want to check this out. Plus, five other noteworthy buffets.

8 Of The Best Places On Earth To Drink Malt Whisky

Where to receive the best dram around the world
Jan 11, 2013 2:01 pm

There are bars and restaurants known the world over for their impressive malt whisky collections. But sometimes a great whisky list sneaks up on you. It happens to the best of us. For hidden gems like these, as well as establishments famous and infamous for their whisky collections, read on.

15 Very Cool Food Festivals Around The World

Where to book tickets in the U.S. and abroad
Jan 9, 2013 10:01 am

Food festivals have certainly come a long way in the past couple of years. No longer are they sparsely attended fringe events popping up in hotel ballrooms. Festivals have become star-studded affairs, complete with heady promises of once-in-a-lifetime meals and coveted VIP ticket packages. Food Republic is here to point you towards the most exciting upcoming festivals of the new calendar year — in the United States and overseas.

The 10 Best Paleo-Friendly Restaurants Across The Country

From Seattle to NYC, where to eat like a caveman
Jan 2, 2013 10:01 am

The Paleo Diet (short for Paleolithic, also known as the Caveman Diet) has grown in popularity over the past two years. The concept is throwback — 10,000 years to be exact — and consists of eating mostly fish, meats, vegetables, roots, nuts and fruits. The diet, which some have called a fad, excludes anything “refined” — including dairy, sugars, processed oils, legumes and grains. Here's where to eat Paleo across the country.

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