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LùBar: A Slice of Sicily in the Heart of Milan

June 29, 2023 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

LùBar is an enchanting oasis nestled in the bustling city of Milan, offering a delightful escape from the city's fervent heat. Located on Via Palestro, this chic locale is the brainchild of the three eldest children of designer Luisa Beccaria - Lucilla, Lucrezia, and Ludovico.

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Rome's Culinary Gem Roscioli Opens in New York City

July 12, 2023 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

In exciting gastronomic news, the legendary Roman culinary institution, Roscioli, has expanded its operations to New York City. For those with refined tastes, this news is nothing short of a gastronomic delight.

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Takenoko: The Delicate Flavors of Japanese Spring Cuisine

July 18, 2023 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Takenoko, the young bamboo shoots that just sprouted from the ground, is a traditional dish of the Japanese spring cuisine. Initially covered with brown leaves that are removed during cooking, what remains is a fresh spring vegetable, rich in vitamins and fiber. The shoots are harvested while they're still small, before they fully harden.

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Parisian Department Store Printemps Opens Messika Jewellery Brand Café

July 19, 2023 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

"Printemps, the iconic Parisian department store, has added a new luxurious facet to its vibrant shopping experience – a café by the renowned jewelry brand Messika. Now, patrons can indulge not only in high-end retail therapy but also in a sumptuous culinary journey.

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Louis Vuitton Opens a Resort Boutique and Café in Taormina, Sicily

Aug. 4, 2023 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Stepping into the charming city of Taormina, Sicily, luxury fashion house Louis Vuitton has launched its new resort boutique and café. With this venture, the LVMH Group brings its first gastronomic initiative to Italy, reaffirming the brand's commitment to exceptional customer experience.

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Nōksu: A Hidden Gem of Fine Korean Dining in NYC's 34th Street-Herald Square Subway Station

Sept. 1, 2023 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Hey foodies and New York explorers! Ready for the newest hidden treasure in the city's food scene? Nestled right in the 34th Street-Herald Square subway station, there's a restaurant that takes 'hidden gem' to a whole new level. Say hello to Nōksu, a Korean fine dining experience that'll make you rethink the definition of 'subway food.'

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Stanley Tucci Partners with GreenPan for an Exclusive Cookware Line

Sept. 23, 2023 in Design & Décor by Charlotte Sinclair

Stanley Tucci, widely recognized as Nigel from “The Devil Wears Prada,” has a long-standing passion for culinary arts. The actor, embodying true Italian essence, is a connoisseur of food. He has already penned several culinary books, and his video recipes are utterly captivating. Thus, his decision to collaborate with cookware brand GreenPan seems wholly justified.

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Your Ultimate Guide to Exploring Hong Kong: Where Tradition Meets Modern Luxury

March 17, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Hello, globetrotters! 🌍✈️ Are you ready for an adventure through the vibrant streets of Hong Kong? Grab your passports because I've got the perfect itinerary for you, mixing heritage, luxury, and gastronomy in one of Asia's most dynamic cities.

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The Legendary Red-Blue Presidential Train Embarks from Porto's São Bento Station

April 2, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Starting April 6th, the historic red-blue presidential train will once again grace the tracks from São Bento station in Porto, offering a journey steeped in grandeur and history. This train, a moving legend from 1890 to 1970, was once the esteemed carrier of presidents, ministers, and monarchs, with notable passengers including Queen Elizabeth II and Pope Paul VI.

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Michelin Recognizes Mexican Restaurants for the First Time: A Belated Tribute to Great Cuisine?

May 17, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Julian Everett

While we were sleeping, Michelin made history by awarding stars to restaurants in Mexico for the first time. This belated recognition of Mexico’s rich and varied cuisine challenges the mistaken belief that it is limited to tacos and burritos. However, the absence of three-star restaurants across Mexico suggests a lingering French bias among the inspectors. With only two restaurants receiving two stars and 16 earning one, the result seems laughable for such a large and gastronomically diverse country.

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