Category Archives: Food

New York’s Best Bets for Breakfast

A day visiting New York City’s shops, galleries, museums and more can take a lot out of a person — which is why it’s important to start your day of adventures by fueling up with a killer breakfast.

Thankfully, there is no shortage of eateries —many located right in the city’s best hotels — that can get you set for your big day in Manhattan, no matter what you’re craving.

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Our Top New York eateries by celebrity chefs

With the rise of foodie culture and interest in all things culinary, the world’s best chefs have developed a bit of a rock-star following. And, not surprisingly, a great many of them have set up shop in the center of it all — New York City.
 
No matter what kind of dishes or dining experience you’re after, some of the biggest names in the culinary world can deliver. Here’s but a bite-sized sample of some of the best eateries featuring celebrity chefs in the city.

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A stay at Le Parker Meridien

Location, Location, Location…

This is one promise Le Parker Meridien meets and surpasses. Situated in the heart of midtown Manhattan, it is next to Carnegie Hall and only steps away from Central Park, Broadway theatres and Fifth Avenue’s renowned shops.

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A Picture-Perfect Picnic in New York City

A picture-perfect picnic requires a minimum of two things: stellar food and a kick-ass location. Add in music, public art, renowned architecture, water features, the river, gardens and novelty and suddenly the simple picnic is elevated to a grand adventure. Here are three options – with two variations each – for getting out to eat al fresco, socialize and explore local neighborhoods Continue reading A Picture-Perfect Picnic in New York City

Discovering Italy in Beverly Hills

Searching for la dolce vita? A fine slice of the sweet life can be found around Beverly Hills when you know where to look for it. A Venetian-inspired luxury hotel, iconic Italian automobiles for rent, stylish European bikes to ride and, of course, a plethora of Italian-inspired food, drink, art and shopping options will round out your stay. Buon viaggio! Continue reading Discovering Italy in Beverly Hills

A Thousand Words: SLS South Beach in Pictures

SLS South Beach can be summed up in three words: Sun. Scene. Service. 

You don’t come to the SLS to hang out in your room (although the rooms are incredibly stylish). You come to stay in one of the city’s iconic buildings (the tallest Art Deco building, in fact), to see and be seen with the young and the beautiful, to drink and eat extraordinarily well, and to live out your wildest South Beach dreams. 

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10 Restaurants With Arts and Smarts

Tired of eating in the chains? Checking Yelp? Chasing down the Michelins? 

Here are ten restaurants and cafés in some of the most interesting, creative and unexpected spaces and places from New York to London, D.C. to Miami. Venues range from high-end cafeteria to two Michelin star affairs, all drawing inspiration from their unique settings. Get ready to feed your body, mind and soul.

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What to Do on a Beautiful Day in Brooklyn

Brooklyn is booming and it’s nearly impossible to narrow down a “To Do” list to just five ideas. But it’s okay to leave a few things for your next visit to the city, right?

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A Night at the Nobu Eden Roc Miami Beach

Built on the storied Warner Brothers estate on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, it’s no surprise to find a continuation of the Eden Roc’s show biz roots in its latest iteration: Nobu Eden Roc.

Think of it as two hotel experiences at the same Miami Beach address, and this, a tale of two towers.

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New York City Restaurant Week 2017

23 January 2017 to 10 February 2017

New York City Restaurant Week happens twice a year: mid-winter and mid-summer. For foodies, it’s a huge perk of visiting the city during low season, which is also the best time to catch the lowest rates on New York’s luxury hotels. It’s a celebration of fine dining with more than 350 participating restaurants throughout the boroughs, many Michelin-starred favorites.

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