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Times change, and so does food - spin up the taste buds

6 Things You Should Eat in Philly Besides a Cheesesteak

MARRIOTT TRAVELER    5/20/2016

Everyone knows that Philly is known for its cheesesteaks, pretzels and hoagies — all of which are an absolute must in the City of Brotherly Love. But don’t miss the chance to test the city’s international flavors and other favored local bites.

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As a species we have to travel, so discover along the way

10 of the most eco-friendly destinations in North America

Salon    5/22/2016

Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the world Scouting movement, was an early proponent of not only treading lightly when you travel, but also doing some good while you’re there. In his last message before his death in...

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Irish pubs are options year-round, for good reasons...

The Best Irish Pubs in Las Vegas

Thrillist    3/16/2016

A pint of Guinness and a shot of Jameson shouldn’t just be reserved for St. Patrick's Day. There are more than a few pubs here in Las Vegas that know how to celebrate the spirit of Ireland all year round. So take a look at some of ‘em below and gear up for a good time, some good music,...

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Emerging even from the briefest winters, the outside calls

The 10 Best Outdoor Bars In Boston

5/20/2016

If there’s one thing Bostonians knows how to do, it’s drink, and as the weather gets warmer, al fresco drinks make the local bar culture even more appealing. Whether it’s an exclusively outdoor spot or a laid-back seasonal patio, here are ten outdoor drinking establishments in Boston to put on your...

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Technology & style, historic, athletic, airline-owed & more

Where to Stay in Chicago Now

Fodor's    5/10/2016

While easy to avoid during winter months, Chicago turns a new leaf come summer, thanks to beachfront activities, vibrant street fests, outdoor concerts, and patios galore. The arrival of a host of new hotels that span price ranges and neighborhoods only makes that trip easier. From the history-rich to the...

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"there’s an air of refinement...to impress a date or..."

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6/1/2016

There’s a saying that friendship and business don’t mix. That doesn’t seem to be the case for siblings Craig, Mark and Trevor McDowell and their longtime buddy, Chad Ahrendt. The foursome, who attended Saguaro High School and started the CleanFreak Car Wash empire together, clearly had a well-defined vision when they tapped a stellar team of restaurant management pros to open Drexyl in Scottsdale’s Gainey Village Shops.

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Try the rotisserie chicken, focaccia, oysters - & chocolate

What to Eat at Providore Fine Foods

Portland Mercury    4/27/2016

PINE STREET MARKET, that new fancy food hall with nine stalls from Portland's heavy-hitting restaurants, is now open for business. But the Eastside hasn't been totally left out: Providore Fine Foods opened in February. It's a more traditional, European-style market anchored by the new home of...

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Reservations are hard to come by, & a daily updated menu

First Look: Herb & Wood

Zagat    5/17/2016

Herb & Wood, a stunning restaurant by executive chef Brian Malarkey and partner Christopher Puffer, was on our list as one of the most anticipated openings this spring. The restaurant opened on April 29, but this isn't Malarkey's first run. His other ventures — Downtown and Del Mar’s Searsucker, the Farmer & The Seahorse, Green Acres in the Torrey Pines/Golden Triangle and Herringbone in La Jolla —...

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It's a simple recipe that has complex flavors

Where to Buy the Best Loaves of Bread in the City

Seattle Magazine    4/1/2016

Artisanal bread has deep roots in Seattle’s food culture; Essential Baking has been making organic hearth breads here since 1998, and Grand Central (based in Portland, Oregon) arrived to open its first Seattle bakery in 1989. But since Columbia City Bakery—maker of what many consider the best breads in...

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NOLA has a level of charm that is hard to find

Insider’s Travel Guide to New Orleans

Vogue    5/18/2016

Perhaps Tennessee Williams said it best: “America has only three cities: New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans.” Arriving in the latter, the sultry, enchanting French-founded Crescent City feels like a mystical mix of tipsy euphoria and subtle seduction. Maybe it’s the sweet, fragrant air of olive...

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Go Eat This: Nashville Hot Chicken At WesBurger 'n' More

SFist    5/2/2016

At the Mission's newest burger spot, the first brick-and-mortar location...

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The 5 most surprising beer bits I discovered in North Carolina

DRAFT Magazine    4/25/2016

I traveled to western North Carolina this past week to brush up on the exploding beer scene in Charlotte, pay a visit to some hot breweries in Asheville and inadvertently experience my first zipline (more on that later). It was an exhausting, fun, educational trip that really upped my respect for the...

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No chain restaurants here, these are real-deal local seafood

Drop Anchor at These Must-Stop Seafood Shacks Between San Francisco and L.A.

7x7    4/12/2016

Sun and seafood shacks are what coastal dreams are made of. There's nothing better than biting into a soft abalone taco or slurping hot, creamy clam chowder when your stomach is growling after a day on the road. If you're thinking of hitting Highway 1, here are five of our favorite stops for seafood...

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Classic locations, with new - maybe classic - places to stay

New U.S. coastal hotels in time for summer

CNN    5/23/2016

With summer near, beach hotels are on our mind. Well, they always are, but especially now. A spate of new coastal hotels are opening in time for this weekend's Memorial Day holiday -- the unofficial launch of summer in the United States. Here are six of the best in the United States.

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Seafood, Italian gourmet, Spanish, pizzeria, Indian & fish

6 Great Places to Eat In Bethesda

Washingtonian Magazine    5/13/2016

From delicious sushi to comforting curry and pizza, enjoy these six great places to eat the next time you're in Bethesda.

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Needless to say, the beauty inside matches what's outside

The 5 Best Designed Hotels on Maui

Architectural Digest    4/22/2016

Hawaii’s second-largest island encompasses everything from dense, verdant jungle and black-sand beaches to chilly, extinct volcano craters reminiscent of a moonscape. The variety on Maui isn’t just limited to its...

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There's a Wes Anderson-like attention to period detail...

Central Standard - South Congress bar and grill is pleasingly out of time

The Austin Chronicle    2/26/2016

I'll admit that I was primed to like the atmosphere of New Waterloo's not-quite-a-steakhouse Central Standard from the start. Few design eras are quite as appealing as the cocaine Seventies, and Central has Halston slink right down to the font. Depending on your opinion of South Congress' latest...

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Elevated dutch food, but without losing their be­loved roots

Going Dutch in Pennsport

5/18/2016

“I’m Dutch Dutch, he’s Pennsylvania Dutch,” says Jon­carl Lach­man about him­self and his part­ner of the new bruncher­ie The Dutch, Lee Sty­er. Al­though between the two there’s a lot of Dutch to go around, the menu should have a de­cidedly Philly fla­vor to most long-time res­id­ents. Dishes like creamed...

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The gold in Las Vegas is not just inside the buildings

Summer pool season opens in Las Vegas! 11 resorts that rock it

Los Angeles Times    5/20/2016

Pool season brings the best of summer party time to Las Vegas. There’s a pool experience for just about everyone, whether you’re looking to splash to the latest electronic music, get some poolside beauty tips, rock to a live band or just catch some rays.

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Detroit-style - square, deep, & sometimes sauce over cheese

Detroit Style Pizza - America's Most Overlooked Pie

Men's Journal    4/27/2016

"New York has its style, Chicago has its style, Philly has its style, California has its style — you know, it's about time Detroit-style got recognized," says Wesley Pikula of Buddy's Pizza in Detroit. Pikula believes that the Motor City is a "pizza mecca," noting that big chains like Domino's Pizza and Little Caesar's got their start and are headquartered in the area. But being local to the city...

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Places to get away from it all, while in the middle of all

The 15 Best City Parks in America

Thrillist    5/16/2016

In the midst of the teeming bustle of a city, there is nothing better than time spent in a city-park oasis, getting away from it all in a cool green expanse. But these days, there's a whole lot more to America's great city parks than a swing set and an open field -- if it doesn’t have a botanical garden, a zoo with exotic animals, or a natural wonder of some sort, well,...

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What lies beneath is sometimes rather interesting

A Cathedral-Like Cistern Beneath Houston Is Now Open to the Public

Gizmodo    5/20/2016

Public infrastructure is known for being utilitarian, uninspiring, and downright ugly. But not always. At first glance, this giant water storage system under Houston looks more like the pillared nave of an ancient cathedral. Now the lost space that’s larger than a football field is open for visits.

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Enjoy retro supper club fare, dairy products, beer & more

Made in Madison: Flavors only found in Wisconsin's capital

USATODAY    5/21/2016

Madison, Wis., enjoys an unusual combination of factors that have made it a hot spot for food lovers. With a population of around 240,000, Madison is the capital of Wisconsin and much of its public life centers...

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The space is surprisingly bright and open...

Desert Rose Steakhouse

5/1/2016

Entrepreneurs Peter Gliniak and Teresa Outzen (Old Towne Glendale Wine & Beer Bar, Gaslight Inn) possess the kind of brash, ambitious spirit that may yet turn the tide. The husband-and-wife team invested in an old welding shop last year with the goal of turning it into a chic, locally owned eat-and-play hub. Named Desert Rose, the multipurpose gathering space is reminiscent of The Yard and The Newton with its outdoor courtyard, pizza gastropub and manly cigar lounge. But where the aforementioned...

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