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America's Best Cities for Hipsters

They sport vintage bowling shoes and the latest tech gear—but they also know all the best places to eat and drink. Here are America’s cities...

A Facebook Tour of Miami

Call it a social experiment: T+L asks its Facebook community for things to do in Miami.

Palm Springs and the High Desert

Palm Springs may be all about glitz and glamour, but its counterpart is the bohemian and artsy towns up north.

A Look at Miami Design

Profession: DesignersDestination: Miami “It reminds us of Mumbai,” says accessories designer Ranjana Khan of Miami, the city that she and her husband, fashion designer Naeem...

Best Italian Restaurants in the U.S.

Where to sample the best Italian food this side of the Atlantic, whether you’re craving pizza or a chef’s tasting menu starring prosciutto and truffles.

Hotelier Vikram Chatwal's Favorite Hotspots

After opening properties in Miami and New York, peripatetic hotelier Vikram Chatwal takes T+L behind the velvet rope.

America's Best Cities for Singles 2011

Find out where to fly solo: Travel + Leisure readers have ranked the best cities for singles in America.

Miami's Fast-Changing Neighborhoods

With the opening of Frank Gehry’s New World Symphony Building, the Magic City is ready for its next act. T+L takes a tour of Miami’s...

Editor’s Note | March 2011

Such are the digital comings and goings of my life that on a quiet Sunday afternoon from a sofa overlooking the snowy hills of northwestern...

America's Best Happy Hours

Drink in the happy hour deals from Chicago to New Orleans.
RESTAURANTS

Brosia

This stylish spot in the city’s Design District serves up pitchers of white sangria—made with apricot brandy, apples, oranges, and white and sparkling wine—on a mosaic-covered... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Rubell Family Collection

It doesn't get more authentically Miami than an avant-garde contemporary art collection housed in a former DEA warehouse. Miami Beach hotel barons, the Rubell family, hosts its privately owned... more ›


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