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Samantha Leal



Samantha Leal (you can call her Sam) is a travel, drinks, and beauty/style writer with a love and knack for finding the best places to eat and drink in any location (that’s what makes a vacation, right?). She has a thing for classic cars, and can wax poetic about the history of your favorite cocktail. You can find her everywhere @samanthajoleal.

Recent Articles
  • Drink DuJour: Fair Winds Fizz

    Drink DuJour: Fair Winds Fizz

    Savor a refreshing cocktail on Governors Island that features a French Riviera-inspired bottle of Grey Goose

    It’s officially summertime in the city and that means sipping refreshing cocktails under the glistening sun on rooftops, terraces, or anywhere you can find a sliver of outdoor space. If you find yourself in New York City this summer, we suggest taking the ferry over to Governors Island, ... More

  • The Weekender: St. Kitts

    The Weekender: St. Kitts

    Get the perfect dose of luxury and fresh air at this sun soaked tropical paradise

    The Caribbean island of St. Kitts is exactly what you imagine a tropical island to be – lush forests and mountains surrounded by amazingly clear waters. With its quieter sister island of Nevis just a hop, skip, and a jump away (read: reachable by ferry), the larger of the two ... More

  • Visit a Luxury Waterfront Colonial Estate

    Visit a Luxury Waterfront Colonial Estate

    See why the revamped Inn at Perry Cabin is the perfect weekend escape from New York City

    When people think about an escape from New York City, they tend to think of the Hamptons, Montauk, or the Catskills. But what about Maryland? Located in St. Michaels on the Chesapeake Bay, the Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond is truly the perfect long-weekend getaway. ... More

  • Artist CJ Hendry Gives Good Instagram Candy

    Artist CJ Hendry Gives Good Instagram Candy

    Her new exhibit, "MONOCHROME," creates the living rooms of your artistic dreams

    Walking into CJ Hendry’s fifth solo exhibition, MONOCHROME, one immediately comprehends the show's title. Located in a nondescript industrial building in Greenpoint, the show centers on several cubicles styled as monochromatic bedrooms, each corresponding to Hendry's colorful framed works hung on the wall. “People generally buy art as the last item; they ... More