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


Cities & Towns

1. New York City

2. Austin, TX

3. Chattanooga, TN

4. Nashville, TN

5. London, UK

1. Chef Jonathan Wu | NYC

2. Chef Adam Schop | NYC

3. Chef Brendan McHale | NYC

4. Restaurateur Jason Soloway | NYC

5. Chef Ted Prater | Austin, TX

Gear Patrol

Summer in Portugal.

The Guardian

The welcome return of wine bars.

The Feiring Line | Alice Feiring

Ingredients on the wine label. Absolutely.

Gaz Regan

101 Best New Cocktails: the Midori Sour by Naren Young, New York. [Get Naren’s NYC recs.]

Spain Recipes

Slicing and Caring for Jamón Serrano.

T Magazine

A Week of Dan Barber’s Aprons.


New Pros

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Chef’s Guide to Chattanooga

Chef Erik Niel calls his restaurant Easy Bistro & Bar 'a Southern-inspired French Bistro.' Discover his favorite Chattanooga spots that include a local classic, an old school Southern joint, and an off the beaten track taqueria.

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My Weekend in Lisbon

Haven's Kitchen owner Alison Cayne recently traveled to Lisbon and she adored what she discovered there. Read about the 15 things she loved and check out her F|E|D Guide to the city.

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Chef's Austin Eats

When chef Ted Prater is not grilling up sausages at Banger's Sausage House & Beer Garden, here’s where he's eating around Austin.

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Beer Expert’s Austin Drinking Guide

Certified beer server Courtney Strange of Banger’s Sausage House & Beer Garden in Austin, TX on where to drink in Austin, TX.

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Chef Alain Ducasse in Provence

When it's good to be a photographer. Troy House gets fed by chef Alain Ducasse at La Bastide de Moustiers in Provence.

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