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Austria’s Traditional Cuisine

Delight in Austria’s overlooked cuisines on a tour of some of the country's best taverns, tasting rooms, and pastoral restaurants.

A Day in the Life of Hotelier Jason Pomeranc

Thompson Hotel’s cofounder Jason Pomeranc spends his days building—and dreaming—big. Here’s a look at his schedule, from morning to night.

Robert De Niro’s New Hotel

He’s the unofficial mayor of New York’s TriBeCa neighborhood, with two restaurants, a cinema, a film festival, and now a hotel— The Greenwich. Kevin Sessums...

Where to Eat in London Now

Veteran food critic Paul Levy finds 10 restaurants in the British capital that are worth every shilling.

Sailing to Sardinia

The Costa Smeralda is legendarily beautiful and exclusive, but sail along the coast or drive inland a stretch—away from the glitz and glamour and 300-foot...

Hudson River School

Forget pastoral scenes extolling the virtues of the American countryside. Suddenly, it's all about minimalism, earthworks, and Frank Gehry. Leslie Camhi reports

Washington, D.C.: Where to Shop

For the Home The cramped basement quarters of Millennium Decorative Arts (1528 U St. NW; 202/483-1218) are stocked with mint-condition, Midcentury furniture by Heywood-Wakefield and...

New York: Where to Eat

Best Breakfast Truffled eggs Benedict alone are worth the long wait at Norma’s (Le Parker Meridien, 118 W. 57th St.; 212/708-7460; breakfast for two $40)....

Travel-Friendly Beauty

Beauty junkies take note: chances are your favorite fragrances are now available in travel-friendly, easy-to-pack forms. These five finds look just as pretty as they...
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