Inside The Jane, Antwerp's Palatial New Designer Restaurant

A former chapel, resurrected with serious style
Apr 10, 2014 1:00 pm
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Thanks to Dutch superstar designer Piet Boon, this site once associated with the casualties of wartime is now an elegant yet undisputably cool place to break bread. Details and slideshow after the jump.

10 Places to Eat and Drink Incredibly Well in Reykjavik, Iceland

The contemporary Nordic movement is thriving
Apr 10, 2014 9:00 am

Today, Iceland's capital of Reykjavik, which hovers close to The Arctic Circle but is only a six hour flight from JFK airport, is experiencing a food renaissance, as chefs proudly serve dishes hovering at New York City restaurant rates comprised of fresh, Icelandic ingredients in a contemporary, Nordic style. Here are 10 places you need to check out.

13 Best Dishes In The East San Gabriel Valley

It's an Asian food mecca outside Los Angeles
Apr 7, 2014 1:00 pm

The San Gabriel Valley, a sprawling area east of downtown L.A. that encompasses almost 300 square miles, houses the best regional Chinese cuisine in the U.S., plus impressive representatives from countries like Vietnam, Japan, and Indonesia. Here are 13 of the east’s best dishes.

10 Iconic Dishes To Hunt For In Hue, Vietnam

Eating around Vietnam’s Imperial City
Apr 2, 2014 9:00 am

With such a rich history, Hue claims home to several distinctive dishes — from delicate creations created to please the appetites of Nguyen feudal lords, emperors (and their hundreds of wives) — to sausages with complex, explosive and satisfying flavors. Here are the dishes our contributor saw, and ate again and again, on a recent visit to Hue.

Swedish Swizzle: How A Bartender Was Blown Away By The Craft Cocktails In Sweden

Hinoki and the Bird's barman reports on his trip
Mar 11, 2014 4:00 pm

My recent trip to Sweden marked the first time I crossed the Atlantic Ocean. I split my time between the town of Bonäs – which is four hours northwest of Stockholm along Orsa Lake – and Stockholm. I learned a lot about the country's strong culinary scene, and even more about its cocktails.

Gregory Gourdet Enjoyed The Cod Sperm Sac And Blood Clam In Japan

Portland chef is helping write a Japanese guidebook
Feb 28, 2014 2:00 pm

Chefs love to travel — for inspiration, to experience the cuisines of other cultures or just to get away from the heat of their own kitchens. When they return, we hit them with some questions — where'd they stay, what'd they do and WHAT DID THEY EAT?! Next up, Portland chef Gregory Gourdet.

5 Reasons To Believe Airline Food Is Actually Getting Much Better

Is it time for optimistic eating in the sky? Maybe
Feb 27, 2014 10:00 am

The truth is, food on planes these days is still pretty bad. Plenty of factors from dried-out tastebuds to limited meal prep facilities contribute to gripe-worthy selections (or lack thereof), but here are five shining beacons of hope — barbecue and artisanal ice cream included — that in-flight dining is well on its way to losing that reputation.

Photo Essay: Eating On The Road, Almost Literally, With Foster Huntington

A former New Yorker now travels 365 days a year
Feb 26, 2014 2:00 pm

Foster Huntington publishes his site A Restless Transport like he eats and sleeps — on the road. Here, he shares photos from his travels, including some inspiring shots for those who've ever dreamed of leaving the big city in their VW van for a life with few attachments. 


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