A gastronomic guide to eating and drinking your way through the nation’s capital
Despite Washington, D.C.’s unsavory political landscape, the city’s restaurant scene has never been more enticing—offering an international mix of new American, Asian and Latin cuisines. Herein, your weekend guide to D.C.’s local foodie agenda.
Friday evening: Start your D.C. tasting tour with Michelin-starred chef and activist José Andrés. His pint-sized ... More
Located on 29-acres of beachfront property overlooking turquoise waters, this Cancun resort is a tranquil escape
Located on Cancun's Punta Nizuc, the NIZUC Resort & Spa offers tranquil surroundings and on-site activities to match. With six world-class restaurants, three bars and an uber-luxe spa by ESPA, guests have no shortage of options when it comes to dining and de-stressing. (To name just a few, ... More
Your complete guide on how to spend a fashionable weekend in CDMX
With premiere shopping and eating—not to mention ideal hideaways with the perfect view—here’s our guide to a perfect weekend in Mexico City.
Where to Stay:
To kick off a memorable stay, book a room at the W Mexico City. The self-proclaimed “most fashionable hotel in Mexico City” is known ... More
Cartagena’s most luxurious hotel has Botero paintings, Gabriel Garcia Marquez ghosts and more
Nestled in the walled “old town” neighborhood of Colombian port city Cartagena, the Sofitel Legend Santa Clara is a blend of old and new: notable features include original wood beams, museum-worthy contemporary art, and possibly a few ghosts (more on that later).
Housed in a restored 17th century ... More
Across the river from Boston, explore a hidden designer store and many culinary delights
PSA: the fastest way out of New York City on Memorial Day Weekend is in a Jaguar. On the recent long weekend, we piled our luggage into an F-Pace and drove north to New England, passing miles of lush trees. Once we got into Cambridge, MA, it felt like we ... More
The author of Spotify's new audiovisual playlist The Minefield Girl shares her local's guide to the Swedish capital
As a financial reporter, journalist Sofia Ek traveled the world, covering economies from Greece to Costa Rica. But not all of her assignments were so scenic; when she was still in her 20s, the Wall Street Journal’s SmartMoney magazine sent her to report on Libya under Muammar Gaddafi’s tyrannical regime. ... More
This Dumbo hotel offers floor-to-ceiling views of Manhattan
What could be better than staying in a skyscraper hotel in Manhattan? Admiring the skyline from the waterfront, 10-story 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge in Dumbo. If Brooklyn were a building, this is what it would look like. And not by coincidence, the property celebrated its grand opening ... More
Strategically drink and eat your way through a weekend in The Windy City
With its flourishing food and drink scene, there’s never been a better time to drop into Chicago for a cocktail-centric jaunt. Here’s your guide to an elevated bar crawl through the Windy City, with some necessary sustenance along the way to keep your food-to-alcohol ratio on point.
Friday afternoon: Upon arrival ... More