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5 Best New Restaurants In Vancouver, BC

This Canadian city is way serious about its food
Feb 11, 2013 11:31 am

Bordered by the Pacific Ocean and Coast Mountain Range, Vancouver is able to supply local chefs with an abundance of pristine and unusual seafood, produce and game. It has also been rumored that its residents dine out more than in any other North American city. Here are five buzzy newcomers that are well worth a visit.

5 New Hotels To Watch In London in 2013

High design, celeb chef restaurants and more
Jan 8, 2013 5:01 pm

London had a big 2012 but the swinging capital shows no sign of slowing down as the New Year kicks in—particularly when it comes to hotels. A stylish slew opened in time for the Olympics but a new crop has already stolen some of their thunder, with more on the way. From hip boutiques to reborn classics—many designed by world-class architects—here are five new lodgings to land on during your next jump across the pond.

You Travel, You Eat: Where To Find The Best Food & Drink In Bangkok, Thailand

Insider’s guide to eating and drinking really well
Jan 7, 2013 3:01 pm

With Bangkok's vibrant street-food culture, it's possible to feast for a week without setting foot in a restaurant. (Since many street meals cost just over a dollar, this is an excellent option for travelers on a tight budget). But the Thai capital also is home to excellent restaurants, ranging from simple shophouses to swanky hotel dining. Here's where to go.

This Column Was Written From Ian Fleming's Desk At Jamaica's Golden Eye Resort

Simon Ford pays tribute to two of his heroes
Dec 13, 2012 2:01 pm

Today, December 13 is columnist Simon Ford's 40th birthday. After years of traveling in search of quality drinks and bars, he wanted to go somewhere with some friends for an ultimate imbibing experience — "a sort of summary of my last 10 years in the business of drinking," he writes. So he headed to Jamaica and wrote this week’s column from the very desk that Fleming wrote every Bond novel while sipping a Vesper Martini. Welcome to the GoldenEye Hotel.


A Gourmand's Guide To Art Basel Miami Beach 2012

Cuban Coffee, soup kitchens for jet setters & more
Dec 5, 2012 4:32 pm

It's that time of the year — Art Basel Miami Beach kicks off this week and art aficionados (plus an army of scenesters) are flocking to Miami from every corner of the world. Check out the ultimate guide to everything you need to known about Art Basel from a food and drink (and food and drink as art) perspective.



The 20 Best Places To Eat And Drink If You're Skiing In Colorado This Winter

Dining out in Telluride, Vail, Aspen & Beaver Creek
Nov 26, 2012 3:01 pm

Each year, thousands of people travel to Colorado to hit the slopes. With ski season fast approaching, Food Republic is here to offer suggestions on where to eat in Telluride, Vail, Aspen and Beaver Creek, four of the state’s most storied ski towns. Elk carpaccio and rattlesnake/pheasant hybrid hot dogs included.

Eating High And Low In Mexico's Second Best Food City, San Miguel De Allende

A mountain town with amazing food at any price
Nov 8, 2012 1:01 pm

Aside from Mexico City, this is easily the best city in Mexico for food, from street food to fine dining. Warning: Do not look at the food photos in this post if you're extremely hungry.

Where To Stay And What To Eat In Matera, Italy

Check out this mountain village in southern Italy
Oct 24, 2012 9:01 am

Matera will move you to tears. And if it doesn’t, there’s something wrong with you. In a nutshell, here’s what you need to know about this remote, otherworldly village in the mountains of Basilicata in Southern Italy.


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