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
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
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
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
Estates, salt marshes, and tastings await in this southwestern region
The fruits of the French wine-producing region Languedoc-Roussillon go beyond the grape. While the coastal wine country has long combined salty sea air, mountainous landscape, and medieval architecture, it has more recently seen promising biodynamic developments by local winemakers like Gérard Bertrand, whose boundary-pushing sustainability efforts have ... More
This region’s rolling hills are a quick jaunt from Venice and the birthplace of Prosecco
Veneto, a region known for its luscious landscape stretching from Venice to the Dolomites, is a dream destination, offering with plenty of flowing Prosecco without the crowds of Tuscany.
Where to Stay:
Fairytale-esque but full of modern-day comforts is the beautiful Borgoluce – an Italian villa-style bed and breakfast ... More
This charming city boasts some of the best food and history in the country
A mere two-hour flight from New York City, South Carolina’s oldest and largest city Charleston is a perfect weekend getaway, especially for those who love to eat and drink, play golf, visit historic homes or just chill out. Here are some of our favorite spots visited during a recent December ... More
Your guide to this metropolis set at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains
There's a stark contrast between the urban center of Denver, Colorado and the crisp air of the adjacent Rocky Mountains, and it's this duality that makes the Mile High City such an appealing destination. All in one quick weekend getaway, visitors experience cosmopolitan delights in the restaurants, breweries, cafés and shopping, plus ... More
The lakeside city has as storied a history as it does a promising future in food and entertainment
If you haven’t heard: Geneva is so much more than the Swiss counterpart to, say, Monaco. Sure, you’ll still feel a sense of being transported into a fairytale-like setting where the world’s problems seem just so far away. But Geneva’s scene has expanded past its reputation for merely being ... More
Your guide to getting cozy at this coastal California hamlet
Take respite from tech-driven San Francisco with a weekend in the rustic, coastal hamlet of Half Moon Bay, situated just south of the city. Ahead, our guide to unwinding in and around town.
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What’s better than bundling up around a bonfire when temperatures begin to drop? Doing so ... More