Foodie Travel

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8 Mocktails that Everyone Can Toast To
Whether you’re a mom-to-be, an underage traveler, or someone looking to make healthier lifestyle changes, ditching alcohol doesn’t mean you have to miss out of on the fun! At the Ritz-Carlton in Atlanta, explore the alcohol-free menu that even cocktail connoisseurs will appreciate. We recommend The Delicious Sour and the G-rated version of a Cosmo.
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7 Must-Have Summer Treats In New York City
Head uptown to Harlem’s Sugar Hill Creamery to try savory scoops like roasted corn and jalapeño (trust us) or blackberry pistachio! Deee-lish!
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7 New Alfresco Spots In New York City
Llama Inn's rooftop features a lighthearted cocktail program. We recommend the Dolly Llama, a wine slushy made with Singani 63, quinoa orgeat and Tempranillo grapes.
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6 Unbelievable New York City Brunches
At Sadelle's the grand tradition of bagels and lox are taken to a whole new level with market-priced smoked-fish towers and insanely delicious bagels that are baked on premises in a glass-enclosed oven in the center of the restaurant.
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7 Must-Have Summer Treats In New York City
Most New Yorkers boast loudest about the incredible food scene. To come unprepared would be a sin. We cooked up a list of our must-haves for this summer. Try as many as you can during your next visit.
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5 Reasons You Need to Try Korean Patbingsu
5 Reasons You Need to Try Korean Patbingsu
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5 Underrated NYC Museums And Where To Eat Near Them
Wander the halls of famed industrialist Henry Clay Frick's extravagant former 5th Ave residence, and browse the permanent collection, including works by Monet, Renoir, Rembrandt, and Vermeer. Afterwards, head over to Daniel Boulud's swanky 5-star Daniel, where flawless French cuisine reigns supreme.
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7 New Alfresco Spots In New York City
Jue Lan Club's Imperial Garden is an urban escape from the city's commotion. Relax underneath the clouds while enjoying a rebellious tea on classic Chinese cuisine.
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6 Unbelievable New York City Brunches
Arabelle just might be the most dignified place to brunch on a New York weekend. Located at the Hotel Plaza Athénée New York, enjoy a 3-course prix-fixe Sunday brunch menu filled with indulgent dishes and innovative daytime cocktails within a lavish dining room.
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5 Fabulous Afternoon Teas To Warm Up With In New York City
Americans have embraced all things British - from the Royals to Harry Potter to high tea. The latter is a time-honored afternoon tradition that has become somewhat of a weekend ritual in New York. Whether you are looking for a bit of solitude, some gossip with the girls, or fun with the family, there's a tea time out there for you.
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7 Must-Have Summer Treats In New York City
I scream, you scream, we'll all scream for unique scoops of ice cream. Braving the heat in Brooklyn? Head to the rooftop park of trendy The William Vale to savor soft-serve creations at Mr. Dips. Uptown? Head to Harlem's Sugar Hill Creamery. Downtown? Check out Morgenstern's Finest Ice Cream.
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The Local’s Guide To Manhattan’s Second Avenue Subway
For Prohibition-style cocktails, solid brunch and bar food, The Milton has a laid-back, relaxed atmosphere. There is an outdoor garden in the back where you can bask in nice weather. This Upper East Side watering hole offers both lunchtime and late-night happy hours, plus live music late into Thursday evening.
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5 Underrated NYC Museums And Where To Eat Near Them
The Jewish Museum is dedicated to Jewish artists, innovators, and the preservation and understanding of their heritage. Don’t leave without stopping at Russ & Daughters at the Jewish Museum and try some of their legendary smoked fish.
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4 Reasons Cincinnati Is On Our Radar
No matter how long you stay in Cincinnati, there won't be enough time to sample all the amazing food it has to offer. For fried chicken (and spoonbread) that's worth the 2-hour wait, head to The Eagle.
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6 Quintessential New York Experiences For Spring
Get into a New York 'steak of mind' at Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House, a place that serves up premium cuts in a larger-than-life atmosphere composed of 2-story windows with panoramic views of Midtown.