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The World’s Best Destination for Foodies? Spain!

In the past few years, Spain has rocketed up the popularity charts in terms for North Americans, and for many good reasons. Dollars go further, the people are warm, so is the climate, its history and landscape are rich and diverse, and recreation runs the gamut from world-class cycling and hiking to skiing, sailing, and […]

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Michelin Stars: Italy’s Essential Restaurants

The original Michelin Guide was published in France in 1900 as a tool for motorists, with instructions for changing flat tires and a list of petrol stations. Food did not become a focus until the Twenties, when the guide’s undercover inspectors were first hired. The now famous One to Three Star rating system was launched […]

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Food Travel

Fine Dining and Fast Cars at Miami Supercar Rooms

For exotic car connoisseurs, a visit to Miami SuperCar Rooms is a heart stopping experience, not only for the chance to get up close and personal with some of the rarest autos in the world. The 15,000 square foot gallery of 16 of the world’s sexiest auto masterpieces is also a late night, haute boite […]

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Food People

My 9 to 5: Event Manager Emma Dubois

From casual Caribbean beachside dinners to corporate fine dining and event services, Fabulous Feasts’ Emma Dubois does it all. When she’s not planning and executing these lavish gourmet catering events on the luxurious island of St. Martin, she’s playing with her kids, competing on the tennis court, or traveling the world. Here’s her account of […]

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Michelin Starred Restaurants in France: Our Must-Visit List

Well over a century ago, the very first Michelin Guide was published in France and given away free to motorists. It was 1900, there were only about 3,000 cars in the country, and the guide covered everything from locations of gas pumps to instructions for changing flat tires. In the 1920s it began to cover […]

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Where to Eat in Napa and Sonoma Right Now

Napa Valley and Sonoma County are well known for their vineyard-covered hillsides and award-winning wine. With more than 800 wineries to choose from, most visitors to this legendary stretch of Northern California come ready to indulge, but there’s more here than just wine. The culinary scene is exploding. Wine country eats from Michelin star restaurants to under […]

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Park City Dining Guide

With more skiing than any other American mountain town, Park City, Utah is home to two very different but one-of-a-kind destination ski resorts. Thankfully, the town has more than enough breakfast, lunch, après, and dinner options to satisfy all its hungry skiers. Deer Valley, just outside the southern edge of downtown, is perhaps the nation’s […]

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Jackson Hole Dining Guide

A cowboy town with a big skiing problem, Jackson neatly melds the best of the old and new in one spectacular setting, at the base of the mighty Teton mountains. With the highest vertical drop in the United States and some of the sport’s most infamously difficult trails – beyond double black runs like Corbet’s […]