Now more than ever, restaurants need our support. These are the places I’ve been returning to again and again during this pandemic.
Timeless but also of the moment, every detail about the dining experience was thoughtful and delightful.
Worth a visit for the pain perdu alone, The Ninth is an elegant expression of Chef Jun Tanaka’s talent.
An at-home tasting menu from Wine Vault and Bistro paired with Saxon Brown 2010 semillon and 2013 zinfandel.
I had the best solo dining experience of my life at Pujol, #12 on the list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants.
The geometric chicken on their logo says it all: this is a place that understands fried chicken.
A few things you can do to support your favorite restaurants while still protecting yourself and others from COVID-19.
The Boxty House lives up to their ethos “the humble spud, made beautiful,” serving potato boxty and other traditional Irish dishes.
You can’t beat Buck a Shuck weekday happy hour at The White Horse in Edinburgh, where the oysters are a crowning achievement.
The most famous restaurant in LA’s Venice Beach has lost some of its luster.
A whimsical, delightful experience dining at Weingalerie und Café NÖ! in Berlin.
Of all the Michelin-star restaurants in Budapest, Borkonyha Winekitchen is a good place to start.
The 10-course Flavors of Christmas menu at Wine Vault & Bistro is a perfect way to ring in the holidays.
Is it “American” food? New York American, or comfort food American? Is the cuisine Asian, or “Asian-inspired”? And what about that fried chicken?
A few can’t-miss spots in the Hungarian capital for a short trip or weekend away.
Is it as innovative as Malarkey envisioned, or just trying too hard?
Five places you should eat in Vienna (and one you shouldn’t).
When thinking of Scottish food, you think haggis. But the food scene in Edinburgh has so much more to offer.