Travel guides created by the pros: chefs, bartenders, sommeliers and food artisans recommend where to eat, drink and food shop around the world.


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2. Philadelphia, PA

3. New Orleans, LA

4. Chicago, IL

5. Palm Springs, CA

1. Josh Marcus | Miami

2. Adam Leonti | Philadelphia

3. Emeril Lagasse | New Orleans

4. Baked NYC | NYC

5. Marc Vetri | Philadelphia

Ocean Drive

What Are Chef Sean Brasel’s Favorite Miami Restaurants?

The Drink Factory

The Hop Gimlet By Zoe Burgess.

Fork In The Road

The 10 Best East Village Restaurants.

T Magazine

A Photographer’s Evocative Portraits of Rivers in Flux.

The Independent

Festive cocktails to get the Christmas party started.

Travel + Leisure

Best Stocking Stuffers for Travelers.


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The Philadelphia Empire Builders

Four chefs / restaurateurs who have made a mark on the Philadelphia restaurant scene, all with new places that have just opened or are coming soon.

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24 Hours in Philadelphia

Local chefs, sommeliers and bartenders give you their crib notes for where they recommend eating, drinking, and shopping if they only had 24 hours in the City of Brotherly Love.

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Affordable Charleston

Chef John Amata’s philosophy about picking a restaurant is to get good food at a fair price. Here are six affordable Charleston restaurants that fulfill chef John's needs.

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Emeril & His Chefs' New Orleans Guide

Chef Emeril Lagasse and his team of chefs give their chosen spots for everything from the classics to off the beaten track to where they’d take a visiting chef in the Crescent City.

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Toast & Sweet Treats at Baked in Tribeca

The All-American Red Hook bakery opens in Manhattan and adds toast, beer and wine to the menu. Owners Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito pinpoint where to find the best toasts in California and sweet treats in New York City.

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