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London's Secret Small Hotels

These small hotel gems are among London’s best assets. The biggest perk? They’re so homey you’ll forget you’re a paying guest.

From Farm to Truck: The Grub Street Food Festival

My foodie friends used to be horrified by my penchant for street snacks. For years it created a significant rift between us. While they spent...

London's New East End

Among the historic (and historically hardscrabble) corridors of London’s East End, a new energy has taken hold, marked by the efforts of trendsetting artists, designers,...

Magnificent Montreal

Both Canadian and Québécois, part anglophone and part francophone, with one foot in the past and the other firmly in the future, Montreal is a...

New York's Top Restaurants

T+L reveals what’s cooking at the top restaurants in New York, from a classic steakhouse to a hip West Village gastropub.

London Neighborhood Walk: East End

Among the historic (and historically hardscrabble) corridors of London's East End, a new energy has taken hold, marked by the efforts of trendsetting artists, designers,...

Best Sandwiches From Around the World

T+L celebrates the far-flung appeal of the ingeniuous simple invention: the sandwich.

6 Well-Stocked Kitchen Stores

Whether they are small specialty stalls tucked into food markets or big epicurean halls, these six well-stocked kitchen stores are built for browsing—and planning your...

Montreal's Moment

Stylish, historic, and full of great dining options, this Québécois hot spot has evolved into North America's own City of Light.

Best New Restaurants 2007

From Tokyo to Las Vegas, T+L picks the brightest stars in eight global food capitals.
RESTAURANTS

Fairmount Bagels

If you think you love the New York bagel, your loyalty might be tested by Montreal’s small, dense, and sweet version of the boiled classic. The best place to sample them lies beyond the... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Whisky Café

Entering the stylish Whisky Lounge is a little like stepping (one imagines) into a Havana lounge, circa 1952. It’s not just the real Cuban cigars—you’re in Canada, after... more ›


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