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Hearth restaurant in NYC

Hearth East Village: a political meal that cures your Instagram bug and more

What do the rest-deprived New Yorkers need more than anything for health is a truly nurturing, slow-paced meal at Hearth. Even in the medical field it has been proven that ...
artisan chocolate

Raaka: unroasted and fully transparent chocolates made in Brooklyn

Raaka means raw, wild in Finnish. That is the echo of how these Brooklyn-made chocolates are crafted from the organic, fair trade-certified, gluten-, nut- and soy-free, all kosher and vegan ...
The best chocolates made in America for adults: from Hawaii, through California to Brooklyn

The best chocolates made in America for adults: from Hawaii, through California to Brooklyn

A New York-based friend yesterday asked me, what were the best chocolates you have had? Knowing that I'm a chocaholic, her bets were on my well-trained global palate of a ...
José Andrés: The Bazaar in Beverly Hills is a theatrical trip to culinary wonderland

José Andrés: The Bazaar in Beverly Hills is a theatrical trip to culinary wonderland

Any meal at The Bazaar is fun, topped with the quality seal of a James Beard Awarded chef. José Andrés is a Spanish-American Michelin starred chef (Minibar) who brought the ...
KISMET: turning Hollywood dining upside down

KISMET: turning Hollywood dining upside down

KISMET is a locally sourced, contemporary bistro turning in food savvy Angelenos. Brisk, unpretentious, yet unique, past the star-studded boulevard on its quieter strip, at KISMET Eastern Mediterranean traditional cuisines ...
three Michelin star NYC

Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare: #foodporn² in low-carb, luxe tasting menu on Manhattan

The Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare has entered a legendary status on the New York culinary scene. The whispers of the hedonistic tongues have tipped the heavily Japan-inspired, in French-cuisine-trained ...
The Single Thread experience: seamless Japanese omotenashi hospitality in the agrarian California

The Single Thread experience: seamless Japanese omotenashi hospitality in the agrarian California

There is nothing comparable to Single Thread in the complex genre of seasonal kaiseki in America. The Chef's Table famed N/naka in LA, curated by Japan-born chef Niki Nakayama nods ...
Zuni Café: slow food in San Francisco is worth waiting for the best chicken in America

Zuni Café: slow food in San Francisco is worth waiting for the best chicken in America

Zuni Café is to San Francisco what Chez Panisse is to Berkeley, an institution where locals gather over sustainably sourced superb food. Like Alice Water, Judy Rodgers was authentic with ...
The Charter Oak: "simple is the hardest thing in the world", declares the culinary star of Napa Valley

The Charter Oak: “simple is the hardest thing in the world”, declares the culinary star of Napa Valley

The Charter Oak restaurant is a relative newcomer to the indulgent Napa Valley dining scene, yet the historic farmhouse has already lifted up, literally, the ceiling of culinary experiences around ...
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